“My mountain” children’s story

7 03 2008

I have a new translation work to do!!! Yay! *dancing the happy-go-lucky dance and looking ridiculous* Ahem! I’m so happy because it means money! even if a meagre amount… th work in question is a children’s story: “my mountain”, by [a. gropius]. it tells the story of a little girl who receives a very special present from her father, a whole mountain for herself. it’s sweet and funny and the drawing style reminds me a bit of [quentin blake], whom I adored as a kid in [roald dahl’s] books. so, here’s an advance!




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