Otto Goes North

By Ulrika Kestere
Illustrated by Ulrika Kestere

A cosy story about friendship, travel and knitting

Far up in the north is a blueberry-blue house with a grass roof, where Lisa and Nils live. One day a tourist arrives: Otto has cycled for months, maybe years, to visit his friends. Otto wants to do a spectacular painting of the northern lights to remember his visit, but he is from a hot country and it is very cold here. He can’t paint for shivering so hard. Lisa and Nils are surprised—Otto has a fur coat just like them! They didn’t know there was a difference between fur and fur. His friends decide to knit him a jumper.

  • A warm, funny book from an up-and-coming illustrator
  • Will appeal to knitters and people who enjoy crafts—follow the animals collect fur, spin and dye yarn, find a pattern and knit up the sweater
  • A story about friendship across borders and other lands

About the author

Ulrika Kestere is a photographer, illustrator and graphic designer based in Lund, Sweden. Her first children’s book was translated into multiple languages, and this is her second book. Kestere was born in Latvia. She loves the outdoors and the rough Scandinavian weather, and Norway’s Lofoten islands inspire many of her illustrations.

ISBN: 9781776572427
Imprint: Gecko Press
Distributor: Walker Australia-HEDS
Binding: Paperback
Release Date: August 1, 2019
Dimensions: 215 x 280mm, 32pp
Stock Status: Confirmed
Australian RRP: $16.99
New Zealand RRP: $19.99
Stock Level: In Stock

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