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Het kleine grote meisje

Uri Orlev (author), Jacky Gleich (illustrator)
Target audience:
6-8 years and up
Subject
Dromen, Klein zijn
Title
Het kleine grote meisje / Uri Orlev ; [ill.] Jacky Gleich
Author
Uri Orlev
Illustrator
Jacky Gleich
Language
Dutch
Publisher
Amsterdam: Leopold, 1998
[36] p. : ill.
Note
Vert. uit het Hebreeuws
ISBN
90-258-4195-3

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About Uri Orlev

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Uri Orlev (Hebrew: אורי אורלב; born 24 February 1931) is a Polish-born Israeli children's author and translator. He received the international Hans Christian Andersen Award in 1996 for his "lasting contribution to children's literature."

Biography

Uri Orlev, born Jerzy Henryk Orłowski, was born in Warsaw, Poland, the son of a physician. During World War II he lived in the Warsaw Ghetto until his mother was killed by the Nazis, and he was then sent to Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. After the war he moved to Israel. He began writing children's literature in 1976 and has since published over 30 books, which are often biographical. His books have been translated from Hebrew into 36 languages. Orlev has also translated Polish literature into Hebrew. Uri Orlev was later interviewed in the documentary film "Life is Strange" not only on his book, but also on his l…Read more on Wikipedia