Nora und das kleine blaue Kaninchen
Nora is a little six-year-old girl who is new in school after a move and has no friends there yet. One day she makes the acquaintance of a small blue rabbit, which only she can see. From now on the rabbit never leaves her side and is there for her when she needs someone to play with or talk to. When Nora discovers during a school trip that a boy in the class also has a small invisible companion, the two become friends.
The story of Nora is told with the help of stencils on walls in urban space. In the book the motifs on the walls are brought together by photos, accompanied by a short, sensitively written text, so that even smaller children can follow the story easily.
The book also contains two templates/stencils that can be used to bring the characters from the story to life in their own environment.
Nora and the Little Blue Rabbit is the first children's book by Martin Berdahl Aamundsen. For the realisation of the murals, the Norwegian author worked together with the TSM Crew, a collective of artists from Norway
Text in German
23.8 x 29.5 cm