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Oleg The Giant

Graham Fletcher & Eva Sanchez-Gomez

Oleg is a junior giant who just doesn't fit in with his village. He cries because he is lonely, but this floods the village. There's no getting away from it: Oleg is different. 

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-136-7
Published : 29/11/2018
Pages : 35
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Graham Fletcher

Graham Fletcher has always written. When he left school he started out to be an accountant. It bored him. He taught English for over thirty years. He was never bored. He has written English textbooks for all ages from 7 to 16.  Now he spends his time inventing imaginary worlds and writing stories for children about the people who live in them and the problems they face.

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Eva Sanchez-Gomez

Eva Sánchez Gómez was born in Puigcerdà (Catalunya) in 1986. She graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona and then she focused on illustration in “Escola Francesca Bonnemaison” in the  “Diputació de Barcelona”. There she started her professional career creating her own style where  pencil, watercolour and a descriptive and sometimes nostalgic perspective are, at least for now, her main interests.

Since then she has illustrated several novels and picture books from different countries and her works has been showed in numerous collective exhibitions and Art markets.

She was selected to take part on the ‘IV Iberoamerican Illustration Catalogue’ and she has won the 4th edition of the Edelvives International Picture Book Contest with her project “Dip” published in Spain in 2015. This picture book also won the CCEI Illustration Award ISABEL NIÑO in 2016.

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About Book

Oleg is a junior giant who just doesn't fit in with his village. He cries because he is lonely, but this floods the village. There's no getting away from it: Oleg is different. 
When the Lord Mayor tells Oleg that the villagers want a proper giant, who ‘Raaah's' a lot and rips up trees and eats cows, Oleg knows that he can't be like that, so he has to leave. While he is away, a ‘proper' giant, Igor, moves into the village and behaves exactly as a ‘proper' giant should. The villagers are horrified and the Lord Mayor wants Oleg's help. Can he save them from the ‘proper' giant?
If you knew Oleg, what would you tell him to do?

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