A chapter from the Storybook, “The Story of an Invention“ is translated into Italian.
Young and talented Estonian writer Anti Saar’s Storybook contains ten philosophical tales of bizarre adults. Among these are Hillar, who takes a long time to work up momentum for everything he does; Vahur, who is practicing for a complete change of scenery; Jaanus, who is enthralled by water toys; Asko, who wishes to be average at everything; Timmy, who has lost his shadow; and others. The author smoothly and spiritedly mixes fantasy with reality, resulting in an exciting read and recognition for both children and adults.
The book is illustrated by one of Estonia’s most unique artists, Jüri Mildeberg.
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