by Elsa Beskow
A mini gift edition of Elsa Beskow's classic story.
Pelle has a lamb whose coat grows longer and longer, while Pelle’s Sunday suit grows shorter! Pelle shears the lamb, and the wool is carded, spun, dyed and woven. Finally, the tailor makes a new suit for Pelle.
This is a wonderful book to help children understand where their clothes come from and the traditional craft of working with wool.
Recommended for children aged 3-6 years old.
Hardcover, 32 pages. Colour illustrations. 127 x 172 mm.
'Charming. This little book makes you feel all warm inside. It's very cute and the pictures are clear and easy to help explain the story.'
-- Totz2teens.co.uk member review
About the Author:
Elsa Beskow is a Floris Books featured author. Read all about this author's life and work on our dedicated author page.
Elsa Beskow (1874-1953) is the most popular children's author--illustrator in Sweden. Often described as Sweden's Beatrix Potter, Elsa Beskow's picture books have been known and loved for over a century. Her charming stories of children and magical folk, accompanied by her signature illustrations, are known and cherished the world over.