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Book Title: Im Zeichen des Seepferdchens: ein Spiel von Habgier und Herrsucht in zwei Akten|
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The author of the book: Graeme Base
Date of issue: 1994
ISBN 13: 9783860421604
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According to my mom, this was my favorite book growing up. I think it must have been the pictures because it's quite long for a children's book. That being said, I read it to Jackson over two nights for his goodnight book and personally thought it great! Would I recommend it for a regular. Children's book? No. But it is a great book for a little older audience. Has that epic plot with a fun twist in characters based from the sea. Something that generally bothers me about children's books is that many times lines are looked over that are supposed to rhyme and don't quite work perfectly. With this book I didn't feel that conflict; it was a smooth read :)
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Read information about the authorGraeme Rowland Base is a successful Australian author and artist of picture books that have been sold internationally. He is perhaps best known for his second book, Animalia published in 1986, and third book The Eleventh Hour which was released in 1989.
He was born in England but moved to Australia with his family at the age of eight and has lived there ever since. He attended Box Hill High School and Melbourne High School in Melbourne, and then studied a Diploma of Art (Graphic Design) for three years at Swinburne University of Technology at Prahran.
He worked in advertising for two years and then began illustrating children's books, gradually moving to authoring them as well.
Graeme resides in Melbourne with his wife Robyn and has three children.
Winner of the Dromkeen Medal (1998).