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Fridos Traum vom Surfen

Fridos Traum vom Surfen
 

'Frido's dream to surf' is an inspirational sweet story about a sea turtle having an unusual dream, a dream of wanting to surf and everyone around him telling him he can't do it. He still believes in his dream. Along the way he finds friends and the trust within himself.

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ISBN 9783942929943
Barcode 9783942929943
Published 31 August 2015 by Miscellaneous
Format Paperback
Language German
Author(s) By Ballhorn, Kirstin
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ISBN-13 9783942929943
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Publisher Miscellaneous
Publication Date 31 August 2015
International Publication Date 20 August 2015
Publication Country Germany Germany
Format Paperback
Language German
Author(s) By Ballhorn, Kirstin
Category NZ, Maori & Pasifika
New Zealand & Related
Foreign Language
German
Number of Pages 36
Dimensions Not specified
Weight Not specified - defaults to 600g
Interest Age 3-6 years
Reading Age 3-6 years
Dewey Code Not specified
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Description of this Book

The book is about a sea turtle who has the dream to surf but all his friends and his mum tell him that it is not possible. He still follows his dream and finds along the way some friends who help him. In the end he'll make his dream come true. The book is written for all young and old dreamers as it carries the message to believe in your dreams.

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Author's Bio

Kirstin Ballhorn, born and raised in Neubrandenburg/Western Pomerania, studied to become an engineer for Landscape Culture and Environmental Protection in Rostock/Germany. She specialized in the field of Landscape Architecture but only worked for a very short time in this profession as she realized that this is not her way. After some soul searching, immigrating to New Zealand and having her three children, she slowly found her passion to write and illustrate children's books. A consistent studying of children's stories and its illustrations, as well as learning techniques, helped her achieving her own style. She also realized what kind of children's stories she wants to write about. Her children give her the motivation and inspiration to write the positive stories which shall help the reader to see that every one of us is special. Each person has his or her own dreams and shall achieve them. This is the kind of message Kirstin wants her kids to understand as well as all of the readers. The colourful and child appropriate illustrations shall support this message and are very appealing. Kirstin has many more ideas for stories which only wait to be illustrated. Today Kirstin lives together with her family, her three cats, two lambs and uncountable chickens and ducks happily in New Zealand.

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