Right or Wrong
What is right and what is wrong? Do you always know?
If someone bites you, is it okay that you bite them back? Is it okay to make a slip-n-slide out of of jam on the kitchen floor as long as you clean up after yourself? Should a pizza always be shared equally? Is it always best to say what's true?
The stories in this book give you something to contemplate. It's not always easy to know what's right and what's wrong, and it's often a good idea to talk to others about it. Perhaps you won't always agree! Birte Svatun's successful book Right or Wrong is now coming out in a new and updated edition with illustrations by Tiril Valeur. The book is a good starting point for conversations between adults and children, in preschool, at school or on the sofa. A number of dilemmas from the lives of young children are presented here, and it's not always easy to know just how to solve them. Birte has traveled quite a bit and talked about the theme and about the book, and she is constantly getting requests for a book that you can use as a starting point for such conversations. And now it is here again!
Tiril Valeur Holter-Andersen (1975–) trained at the National Academy of Arts, where she specialized in visual communication. She has designed and drawn many covers for books and CDs and exhibited her work on several occasions.