The Big Question by Leen van den Berg

The Big Question

Written by Leen van den Berg
Illustrated by Kaatje Vermeire


The Big Question by Leen van den Berg

Elephant has something on her mind. It's a difficult question and she can't stop thinking about it. Fortunately the annual meeting has been called, and the others will help her find the answer. A stunning picture book about the many sides of love from the illustrator of Maia and What Matters.

About the Author

Being the daughter of a Belgian publisher Leen van den Berg grew up in a house full of books. She writes mainly for children, while teaching creative writing in Flanders and the Netherlands. She strongly dislikes Brussels sprouts. Internationally acclaimed illustrator Kaatje Vermeire has an experimental approach to printmaking. According to American blogger Janet Kershaw Vermeire's work could just as easily sit in a gallery as in the pages of a book.

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28 pages


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Book Island Ltd

Publication date

1st October 2014



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