When Karsten goes to the eye-doctor he is told that he has to wear a patch over one eye for a while. Karsten doesn't like this. Back in the nursery, Karsten is playing with Petra and the other children, but Karsten is unhappy. Eventually, it is big sister Siri who gets Karsten to feel happier about wearing a patch – it's good to have help if part of your body isn't working properly. Even Harry Potter uses specs!
A brand new book about the two best friends – as always, with topics which the target group recognises and loves reading about.
Tor Åge Bringsværd (b. 1939) has a considerable body of work. He has received many prizes, including the Critics' Prize, the Riverton Prize, the Aschehoug Prize, the Dobloug Prize, the Riksmål Prize and the Ibsen Prize. His works have been translated into 23 languages and his theatrical pieces have been staged in twelve countries. Bringsværd writes for all ages.