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Liefs van de krijtjes

Drew Daywalt (author), Oliver Jeffers (illustrator), Mirjam Hoekstra (translator)
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Target audience:
3-5 years and up
Genre:
Liefde bestaat in verschillende soorten. Dit boekje gaat over alle verschillende kleuren die liefde kan hebben. Soms zonnig en warm als geel en oranje, een andere keer bijna onzichtbaar net als de kleur wit, soms verschuilt het zich als perzikkleur krijtje en soms is het donker als zwart… Alle kleuren van de liefde mogen er zijn!

Prachtige spin-off van Zilveren Griffelwinnaar De krijtje
Subject
Kleuren, Liefde
Title
Liefs van de krijtjes
Author
Drew Daywalt
Illustrator
Oliver Jeffers
Translator
Mirjam Hoekstra
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Love from the crayons
Publisher
Utrecht: De Fontein Jeugd, 2021
[28] p. : ill.
ISBN
9789026154430 (hardback)
Placing suggestion
Kleuren (ZIZO)

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 27 times in Flemish libraries

About Drew Daywalt

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Drew Daywalt (born January 5, 1970), is an American author and filmmaker. He is best known for writing the best-selling children's picture book The Day the Crayons Quit, and its sequel The Day the Crayons Came Home, both illustrated by Oliver Jeffers. Daywalt is also known for writing scripts for American television and Hollywood studio films, and for creating a number of short horror films for release on the internet.

Early life

Drew Daywalt was born in Hudson, Ohio on January 5, 1970, the youngest of six children, to Charlene (née Bable) and Charles Daywalt. “I grew up in a house in Hudson, Ohio, that was notoriously haunted. It looked like ‘The Munsters.’” The house had a storied reputation in the local area, having supposedly been a stagecoach stop, a brothel, and a respite on the Underground Railroad at various times.

Daywalt’s older brothers, however unintentionally, fostered his interest in scary…Read more on Wikipedia