Book
Dutch

Pelle's nieuwe kleren

Elsa Beskow (author (main)), Ineke Verschuren (translator)
Pelles lam moet geschoren worden om wol te leveren voor zijn nieuwe kleren. De prenten volgen de wol, via het kaarden, het spinnen, het verven enz. tot Pelles kleren.
Subject
Wol, Weven
Extra subject
Spinnen (handwerk)
Title
Pelle's nieuwe kleren / door Elsa Beskow ; vertaler Ineke Verschuren
Author (main)
Elsa Beskow
Translator
Ineke Verschuren
Language
Dutch
Original title
Pelles nya kläder
Publisher
Zeist: Christofoor, 1996
Note
Vertaling (1981) van : "Pelles nya kläder"
ISBN
9062381391 9789062381395
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About Elsa Beskow

Elsa Beskow (née Maartman; 11 February 1874 – 30 June 1953) was a famous Swedish author and illustrator of children's books. Among her better known books are Tale of the Little Little Old Woman and Aunt Green, Aunt Brown and Aunt Lavender.

Background

Born in Stockholm her parents were businessman Bernt Maartman (1841–1889), whose family came from Bergen, Norway, and Augusta Fahlstedt (1850–1915). Beskow studied Art Education at Konstfack, University College of Arts, Crafts and Design, then called Tekniska skolan, or the Technical school, in Stockholm.

She married former minister and social worker, doctor of theology Natanael Beskow in 1897. Elsa Beskow met her future husband at Djursholms samskola while serving as a teacher where he served as head master. From 1900 they lived in Villa Ekeliden in Djursholm which had initially been bui…Read more on Wikipedia