This is a story about being yourself and being yourself comfortably. Paul pulls away from the herd even though they all idolise him. He doesn’t want to eat leaves any longer so he starts eating flies, but they’re far too small. Then he tries eating birds, but his teeth are too flat… In the process Paul loses his social status – sometimes it s just better to do as nature wants.
About the Author
Bárður Oskarsson is a Faroese children’s writer, illustrator and artist, who has won several literary awards. His books have been translated into Danish, Norwegian, Icelandic, French, German and Czech. He started to draw when he was a child and got some of his drawings published in the Faroese children’s magazine Barnablaðið. The first book […]
About the Publisher
Darf Publishers is a London-based independent publisher with diversity and inclusion at the heart of its work.
Established in 1981 as an English imprint for the long-standing Arab publisher Dar Fergiani which was established by the late Mohamed Bashir Fergiani in 1952 in Libya- based Arab publisher Dar Fergiani, it focussed for three decades on publishing and reprinting classical history and travel books about Middle East, Africa and Asia in English. Since 2014, Darf shifted focus to establish itself as a leading publisher in translating new emerging writers from around the world into English, including works of fiction, non-fiction and children’s books.