Don't go to school! NUA Leagan Béarla
- Tairge: 9781910945384
NOW available in English
Benno is REALLY excited about his first day at school.
He’s up early and ready to go, but there’s just one problem –
Mommy can’t bear the thought of being separated from him!
This laugh-out-loud tale of a brave little bear an his anxious Mummy will charm little ones and their parents alike.
A very funny story with a very useful, reassuring message about starting school or playschool.
Máire’s tale of the Mommy bear who can’t let go will charm little ones and their parents alike.
Dublin-based Tarsila’s illustrations are adorable.
Máire Zepf’s debut children’s novel, the time-travelling thriller ‘Tubaiste ar an Titanic’
was short-listed for Gradam Réics Carló, the Irish-language children’s book of the year award.
She juggles fulltime motherhood and writing.
Tarsila Krüse is a Dublin-based illustrator who loves storytelling, color and fun.
Her work is character-focused and is influenced by everyday relationships with a whimsical and heartwarming touch to it.
You can see Tarsila’s work featured in magazines, books, advertising, posters, exhibitions, fanzines,
and even around the streets of the Fair City! This is her first picture book which was published in Irish as 'Ná Gabh ar scoil!'
and is now available in English.
Krüse’s art, in bear-friendly shades of honey and moss, is as warm and balanced as Zepf’s story.
The New York Times
Publication Date : June 2018
Publisher Futa Fata
Adapted from the Irish Version 'Ná Gabh ar scoil'
Author Máire Zepf
Illustrator Tarsila Krüse
Extent 32 Pages , PB Portrait
Format 265mm x 230mm
Illustrations Full Colour