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Przemyslaw Wechterowicz

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Przemyslaw Wechterowicz

  • 5 stars across 5 books

    Przemys l aw Wechterowicz is a Polish author of children's picture books, poetry and plays. He has published 27 titles, which have been translated into English, German, Italian, French, Portuguese, Chinese and Korean.

    Przemys l aw Wechterowicz is a Polish author of children's picture books, poetry and plays.

    Emilia Dziubak is an illustrator based in Poznan, Poland, and has won many awards in her home country.

    24th August 2017

    The Secret Life of a Tiger

    Tiger is a cat with simple pleasures. He likes to spend his days wandering about, chatting with friends and having a lit... More

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    21st March 2017

    Hug Me, Please!

    When Daddy Bear tells Little Bear that the best thing is to hug someone, Little Bear has an idea: let's give Mr Beaver... More

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    23rd June 2022

    When Little Owl Met Little Rabbit

    Little Owl and Little Rabbit live in the same oak tree, but they've never met. While Little Rabbit hops through the fo... More

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    1st April 2019

    The Lost Star

    One magical night, a dormouse befriends a star that drifts down to Earth. But when the star can't get back to its home i... More

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