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Entertaining A book f fantasies to infuse great dreams into the heads f young explorers and eccentric crayon virtuosos Blau s detailed illustrations and Janisch s clever retellings bring legendary German folk hero and liar Baron Munchausen to life Retells Baron Munchausen s boastful account f some f his incredible adventures around the world including riding a cannonball during a spy mission and entering a whale s mouth to hear a musical concert wwwhcplnetTall Tales The adventures f a rather hyperbolic and creative baron are fascinating This book When You Lose Your Job offers a few tales from Munchausen is the fatherf all fantastic liars and as such he is part magician and entertainer and part scoundrel but a charming ne f course Here in simple language Heinz Janisch retells the best known Munchausen stories with humor and playfulness making for a lighter and whimsical presentation than usual These retellings are mixed with never before heard adventures that were supposedly found Isabel the Queen: Life and Times only recently among the long lost possessionsf the well known Baron Fantastic Post Office 03 of Lies Could it be that new Munchausen materialnly recently came to
His unusual hero I enjoy the lovely illustrations that accompany the clever and highly imaginative Tim Crouch one page stories that blend seamlessly into the legends already toldf this great lord This feels like a new treasury to introduce children and adults to this character Delightful vignettes to be used as bed time stories hopefully ne s wn imagination is fed and fired to add even I read a few Drawing the Human Head of the stories here but wasn t wowed by them It s pretty long for a picture book I m not even sure how much children would enjoy the tales and I have so manyther books to read that I m not Ight Or might Janisch be playing with us weaving magic and mischief into Munchausen as he goes along compounding the tallness Twin Block Functional Therapy: Applications in Dentofacial Orthopedics of these already tall tales Only Janisch knows for sure but it hardly matters given the thrill and pleasuref the stories he has to relate Aljoscha Blau illustrates Munchausen's fabulous journeys and exciting adventures with gorgeous imaginative pictures that are sure to entrance both children and adultsHeinz Janisch was born in Austria in 1960 and studied German literature in Vienna He has published numerous
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Oing to finish this But the illustrations are interesting and I could see where some people might enjoy the tall tales I wish this book had been longer It made me want to dig ut my ld book f Baron Munchausen stories and read it again I wasn t thrilled with the illustrations here For example the illustration for the first story showed the people n the street wearing clothing from the 20th century while the Baron was wearing his 18th century utfit There were Dead Man Riding (Nell Bray, other anachronisticutfits in ther pictures Nevertheless I would recommend this for anyone who enjoys a good tall tale. Ooks including many children's titles which have been translated into than twelve languages He was nominated for the 2009 Lindgren Memorial Award and has been nominated for the 2010 Hans Christian Andersen Award In 2008 he received the Austrian picture book award He lives in ViennaAljoscha Blau was born in 1972 in St Petersburg and has been living in Germany since 1990 He studied art in Hamburg has received several awards and has exhibited his works in Paris New York Hamburg and Bologna He lives in Berlin with his wife and two children.
Heinz Janisch is an Austrian author of children's books