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Het vuurhuisje

Keir Graff (author), Annemarie De Vries (translator)
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9-11 years and up

De 12-jarige Dagmar moet het opeens een zomerlang uit zien te houden met haar familie in een piepklein huisje op wielen. Deze ‘quarantaine’ is verre van zelfgekozen: haar vader blijkt te weinig geld te hebben overgehouden voor de huur van hun huis en nu wonen ze allemaal in dat huisje: Dagmar, haar irritante halfbroertje van 5, haar vader en stiefmoeder. Nota bene in een bos! In dat uitgestrekt

Subject
Familie
Title
Het vuurhuisje
Author
Keir Graff
Translator
Annemarie De Vries
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
The tiny mansion
Publisher
Amsterdam: Van Holkema & Warendorf, © 2020
253 p.
ISBN
9789000375721 (hardback)

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About Keir Graff

Keir Graff (born 1969) is an American novelist and literary editor.

Biography

Graff was born and raised in Missoula, Montana. He has had four novels published and is also the executive editor of Booklist Publications at the American Library Association. He currently resides in Chicago.

Career

Graff moved to Chicago, Illinois in 1996. After quitting his job in 1997 to go on "wife support," he wrote and tried to sell screenplays before finding more success as a freelance writer. In 2001 he accepted a position as editorial assistant at Booklist. In 2005 Graff was named senior editor of the newly created Booklist Online. 2016 saw his promotion to executive editor of Booklist Publications. His first novel, Cold Lessons, was published under the pseudonym Michael McCulloch in 2007. Other books soon followed under his real name: My Fellow Americans (2007)…Read more on Wikipedia