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Tomi Ungerer

Tomi Ungerer

  • 5 stars across 28 books
Tomi Ungerer is one of the world's most famous and best-loved children's authors. An illustrator, writer, designer, toy-collector and archivist of human absurdity, his work spans storybooks, poster designs, political campaigns and film. He is a recipient of the Hans Christian Andersen prize for illustration, and the Musee Tomi Ungerer, devoted exclusively to his work, opened in Strasbourg in 2007.
10th March 2016

Tiger in a Tutu

Max isn't like other tigers - he is a tiger with a dream! He longs to pirouette and plie, to leap and spin. He wants ... MoreTiger in a Tutu

(9 reviews) Review
10th February 2015


Heidi is a girl who has been raised by her aunt Dete in Maienfeld, Switzerland after the early deaths of her parents. Ho... MoreHeidi

(9 reviews) Review
4th September 2006

Moon Man

Walter Speazlebud intends to visit the Moon. Not when he's grown up; not even with the next NASA mission. No, Walter int... MoreMoon Man

(1 review) Review
1st June 2008

The Three Robbers

Written and illustrated by one of the world's most acclaimed and award-winning children's authors , The Three Robbers ... MoreThe Three Robbers

(1 review) Review
3rd October 2011

Christmas Eve at the Mellops'

The heartwarming Christmas story is brought to life by the world's most adventurous family of pigs - the Mellops... MoreChristmas Eve at the Mellops'

(1 review) Review
31st January 2019

Emile, The Helpful Octopus: The Helpful Octopus

Emile is an eight-legged hero who has twice as much courage and four times as many legs as most people - except, of ... MoreEmile, The Helpful Octopus: The Helpful Octopus

(0 reviews) Review
15th September 2014

The Beast of Monsieur Racine

Monsieur Racine wakes up one day to find his precious pear tree looted of all the award-winning fruit. When he discovers... MoreThe Beast of Monsieur Racine

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7th September 2015

Rufus: The Bat Who Loved Colors

Tomi Ungerer's classic tale about a bat who learns to embrace his differences through friendship. Like all bats... MoreRufus: The Bat Who Loved Colors

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6th October 2014

One, Two, Where's My Shoe?

An intriguing visual game for children aged 2-5 to find the simple shape of a shoe in Ungerer's charming and retro illus... MoreOne, Two, Where's My Shoe?

(0 reviews) Review
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