Author: Walter Moers
Translator: Haeng-sook Du
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About This Book
This is Walter Moers' latest and most popular book, staying in the top-seller
list in Korea since its release in June 2005. It is a story about books, the
pleasure of reading books, and about writing books. Wonderful imagination and
wit. It gives you the realization that this whole cosmos could be a poem!
Walter Moers (born 1957, Germany) is one of the best-known and most commercially successful comic creators and authors of children's books in Germany. He first became known with cartoon-like comics that were marked by an ironic view of the world and a conscious violation of political correctness. Many of his works first appeared in the satirical magazine Titanic. He remains a regular contributor to this day. In addition to these comics clearly intended for an adult audience, Moers also writes stories and books for children that he has been publishing since 1985. 1988, his first "Käpt'n Blaubär" story was published, a character that has since been popular on TV, in books, and on audio cassettes. Moers wrote the both the script and the song lyrics for the movie Kleines Arschloch (1997) and the script for the movie Käpt'n Blaubär (1999). Walter Moers is said to avoid publicity and very rarely gives interviews or allows himself to be photographed.
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