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The Fearless Little Farm Boy | Hardcover | Children’s Book
The Fearless Little Farm Boy | Hardcover | Children’s Book
The Fearless Little Farm Boy | Hardcover | Children’s Book
The Fearless Little Farm Boy | Hardcover | Children’s Book
The Fearless Little Farm Boy | Hardcover | Children’s Book
The Fearless Little Farm Boy | Hardcover | Children’s Book
The Fearless Little Farm Boy | Hardcover | Children’s Book
The Fearless Little Farm Boy | Hardcover | Children’s Book
The Fearless Little Farm Boy | Hardcover | Children’s Book

The Fearless Little Farm Boy | Hardcover | Children’s Book

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One beautiful spring day in Sweden, Goran the bull charges furiously out of his stall and into the farmyard. People gather from miles around to see the angry bull, but no one can calm him down. Then Karl, the farm boy, has a brave idea. Can the little boy save the day?
A charming, traditional story from Astrid Lindgren, bestselling author of Pippi Longstocking, with illustrations from acclaimed Swedish artist Marit Tornqvist. Her delicate depictions of wooden houses, characterful villagers and silver birch trees wonderfully evoke the spirit of a Swedish farm from long ago.
Authors: Astrid Lindgren, Marit Tornqvist
►Reading Age: 4 Years and Older
Details: Hardcover | 32 pages | 21.1 x 26.9 cm
►About the Authors: Marit Tornqvist was born in 1964 in Uppsala, Sweden and divides her time between the Netherlands and Sweden. She studied illustration at the Gerrit Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam. In 2011 she was awarded a Golden Plaque from the Biennial of Illustration Bratislava, one of the most prestigious children's illustration awards.
Astrid Lindgren (1907-2002) was born on a homestead in Smaland, Sweden. Her most famous book, Pippi Longstocking, was published in 1945 to great success. She is also well known for Karlsson on the Roof, her books about The Bullerby Children and The Tomten. Her books are loved all over the world and have sold around 145 million copies. She won many awards, including the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award for Pippi Longstocking in 1973; the Hans Christian Andersen Award in 1958; and the International Book Award from UNESCO in 1993.