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Eleven-year-old Herman is not that different from other boys-except that he is going bald. Presented with this dilemma, Herman uses his fertile imagination and comical viewpoint on life to navigate through the rough seas commonly known as growing up. In the process, he teaches everyone something about friendship, courage, acceptance, and love. Sometimes in the smallest of boys there beats the biggest of hearts.
Praise For Herman…
"An entertaining and readable book. So easy to read that one could be tempted to call it a children's book for adults. So wise and full of content that at the same time should be an adult book for children." Dagbladet
Arcadia Books, 9781905147007, 192pp.
Publication Date: August 25, 2005
About the Author
Sars Saabye Christensen is Norway's leading contemporary writer. He is the author of many novels as well as short stories and poetry. Christensen has won many prizes, including the Nordic Prize 2002, the Tarj Vesaas Prize for First Fiction, the Critics Prize and the Bookseller's Prize. His writing has been published throughout Europe, in the US and in Pakistan. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.