Storiemuis: Boek 4 - Leon Rousseau (Paperback)

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Description

Hierdie splinternuwe reeks bevat pragtige volkleurillustrasies en wemel van stories, ryme, liedjies en leersame elemente. Die boek word vergesel deur 'n oudio-CD met 'n voorlesing, liedjies en vele meer. In ​Boek 4 ​is daar nog syfer- en letterpret, kleure, vorms, prentstories, geluide, rympies, sowel as heerlike stories. Kom luister, lees en leer saam!

Product Details

Barcode
9780798168847
Department
Books
Released
15 Jul 2016
Content Source
South African
Supply Source
South Africa

Book

Authors
Leon Rousseau
Karen Ahlschlager (Illustrator)
Marjorie Van Heerden (Illustrator)
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Human & Rousseau
Series
Storiemuis
Language
Afrikaans
Number of Pages
80
Dimensions
215 x 280mm (280g)

Classification

General Subject
Children's Poems & Rhymes
BIC Classification 1
General fiction (Children's / Teenage)

Inside Flap

Leon Gerdener Rousseau is op 5 Maart 1931 in Kaapstad gebore. In 1959 begin hy en Koos Human ’n nuwe uitgewery Human & Rousseau. Leon Rousseau se bekendste werk is Die groot verlange (1974), die verhaal van Eugène Marais. Leon is ook bekend vir sy Fritz Deelman-boeke en die topverkoper ​Storieman ​reeks.

Author Bio

Leon Gerdener Rousseau was born in Cape Town on 5 March 1931. He completed a degree at the University of Cape Town, after which he started working at the Afrikaans newspaper Die Burger. A few years later he started Uniale Persdiens, a translation bureau and press agency. In 1959 Rousseau and Koos Human started a new publishing house: Human & Rousseau. It would eventually be responsible for publishing quite a few important works, including that of the "sestigers". After Human & Rousseau was sold to Nasionale Pers in 1977, Rousseau retired and started a small publishing house called Ibis. Leon Rousseau's most famous work is Die groot verlange, a biography of Eugene Marais, which was published in 1974 and awarded the CNA Prize in 1975. Rousseau is also well-known for his Fritz Deelman series of youth novels. He was a mere 25 years old when he wrote the first book in this series in 1956. The series was a huge success and was re-published in 1974 and again in 2004. Another of Rousseau's non-fiction books, Die groot avontuur - wondere van die lewe op aarde, was published in 2006. It was awarded the Recht Malan Prize for non-fiction in 2007.