: Moodie (F.) illus. & Krog (A.) & de Kok (I.) text

R 230.00
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30pp., 4to., colour illus., paperback, Cape Town, 2022


Poems for children about southern African succulents.

Also available in English.

Fiona Moodie has written and illustrated many children's books, including Nabulela: a South African folk tale; The Sugar Prince, Noko and the Night Monster and The Boy and the Giants.

Antjie Krog has written three volumes of poetry for children: Mankepank, en ander monsters, Voëls van anderste vere and Fynbosfeetjies. She is the author of several volumes of poetry including Lady Anne (1989 Hertzog Prize) and Mede-wete (2015 Elizabeth Eybers Prize). Her non-fiction books include Country of My Skull, winner of the Alan Paton and Olive Schreiner prizes. She is Extraordinary Professor of Literature and Philosophy at the University of the Western Cape.

Ingrid de Kok is the author of the poetry collections Familiar ground, Transfer, Terrestrial things and Other Signs. She has been awarded the Herman Charles Bosman prize, a SALA prize and the 2019 Fondazione Cultural e Arte prize. She lives in Cape Town.