Gottmer Boer Boris goes to Grandma

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'Boer Boris goes to Oma' is the eighth prints book in the successful series of Ted van Lieshout and Philip Hopman. In this part, Boris goes with his brother and sister to Oma in The Hague to bring some fresh fruit.

To Grandma in The Hague
Boer Boris picked a lot of apples, pears and plums with his sister Sam and brother Berend. Nice to hear, but what should they do with so much fruit? "We're going with it," says Boris Boer, "to Oma in The Hague. She bakes apple cakes and pears makes them juice, and she makes jam on biscuits and in porridge." And so they go on their way, by train to The Hague. Once they arrived
Are, grandma does not appear to be the lovely old woman that the reader had expected! 1

Picture Book of the Year 2015
The Boer Boris series of Ted van Lieshout and Philip Hopman has already fallen a lot. For example, "Boer Boris in the snow" was awarded a Flag & Spinder and "Boer Boris went to sea" was chosen as the Picture Book of the Year 2015!

Together with his sister Sam and brother Berend, Boer Boris picked up all the apples, pears and plums of the trees in the orchard with the picking machine. But what do you need with so much fruit? Boer Boris knows it; They bring it to Grandma in The Hague, who can make delicious cakes and jams. With the sprinter, the express train and the tram they arrive at Oma. But if you're expecting a sweet kid, you're wrong. Eighth part of the successful print book series about Boer Boris, in which the main characters travel. For children, especially from the outskirts of town, the means of transport are very recognizable. Colorful detailed, page-by-side, natural-looking illustrations on which much can be seen. The two to four word text is at the bottom of the page and is in rhyme. Lovely picture book to read very often and much more. From about 3 years.
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