Cover image for Ida and the whale / Rebecca Gugger ; Simon Röthlisberger ; [translated by David Henry Wilson].
Title:
Ida and the whale / Rebecca Gugger ; Simon Röthlisberger ; [translated by David Henry Wilson].
ISBN:
9780735843417
Publication Information:
New York : North South, 2019.

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Physical Description:
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 25 x 26 cm.
General Note:
Originally published in German as Ida und der fliegende Wal: Zürich : NordSüd Verlag, 2018.
Abstract:
When a flying whale appears at Ida's window one night, she and the whale go on an adventure beyond the sun, moon, and stars.
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Summary

What lies behind the sun, the moon, and the stars? Ida can't stop thinking about these and other very important questions. Then one night, a flying whale wakes her and takes her on an amazing journey - where some of her questions are answered and even more created. This gentle, philosophical tale is a visual treat sure to fill curious little listeners with wonder. AGES: 4 to 8 AUTHOR: Rebecca Gugger and Simon Röthlisberger were both born in Switzerland and live together in Thun, close to the forests, the mountains, and the fresh air. Rebecca is a freelance illustrator and graphic artist, studied at the HKB (Bern University of the Arts), and likes to have her head in the clouds. Simon is a trained graphic artist, is currently working as an art director, and likes sailing. Now and again the two of them work together, with pen and with paint.


Author Notes

Rebecca Gugger and Simon Röthlisberger were both born in Switzerland and live together in Thun, close to the forests, the mountains, and the fresh air.

Rebecca is a freelance illustrator and graphic artist, studied at the HKB (Bern University of the Arts), and likes to have her head in the clouds. Simon is a trained graphic artist, is currently working as an art director, and likes sailing.

Now and again the two of them work together, with pen and with paint.