The third book in the series of Moser’s rhyming opposites.
The hedgehog’s cozy as can be. Now count the ravens: one, two, three.
What do an owl and a trout, a giraffe and a monkey, and a pelican and a koala bear have in common? In eleven spreads, Erwin Moser’s delightful rhymes and illustrations lets readers in on the fun.
Also in the series:
What Cat Likes Best
What Bear Likes Best
About the Author
Erwin Moser was born in Vienna, Austria in 1954 and grew up in a village on Lake Neusiedl. He trained as a typesetter, and in 1980 began to create and illustrate his enchanting tales. For more than thirty years he published numerous children’s picture books, for which he received many awards and was shortlisted for the German Youth Literature Prize. His books, imaginatively written and illustrated, are remarkable for their warmheartedness and have earned their place in the canon of German-language literature for children and young adults. In 2014 the Erwin Moser Museum was opened in his home village of Gols. Erwin Moser died in 2017.
Alistair Beaton is a book author, playwright and translator, living in London. He speaks English, French, German and Russian.
"...gentle rhythm well suited to getting kids to wind down for the night." — Kirkus Reviews, on What Cat Likes Best