What in the World Is Wrong with Gisbert?
Illustrated By: Fariba Gholizadeh
What in the World Is Wrong with Gisbert?  -     By: Jochen Weeber
    Illustrated By: Fariba Gholizadeh
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What in the World Is Wrong with Gisbert?

Illustrated By: Fariba Gholizadeh
Flyaway Books / 2018 / Hardcover

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What in the World is Wrong with Gisbert? by Jochen Weeber, and illustrated by Fariba Gholizadeh, is a unique story that teaches children about the consequences of bullying and the power of friendship. Gisbert is a tall giraffe---tall enough to do everything a giraffe might want to do. But one day something happens. . . Gisbert's friends start making fun of him and with every negative comment they say, he shrinks. When Gisbert shrinks so small, he isn't sure what to do---but with a little help from his parents, he finds his way. Recommended for ages 3 to 8 years.

Product Information

Format: Hardcover
Number of Pages: 32
Vendor: Flyaway Books
Publication Date: 2018
Dimensions: 9.50 X 8.63 (inches)
ISBN: 1947888021
ISBN-13: 9781947888029
Ages: 3-8

Publisher's Description

Meet Gisbert, a tall, young giraffe. Gisbert is tall enough to do everything a giraffe might want to do, and his life is good. But one day, something happens. Gisbert's friends start making fun of him, and with each negative comment they say, he begins to shrink! What in the world is wrong with Gisbert?

This insightful book helps teach children about the consequences of bullying and the power of friendship. What in the World Is Wrong with Gisbert? features various animal characters and bright, playful illustrations. Ideal for children ages 3-8.

Author Bio

Jochen Weeber is an author, poet, and musician in Reutlinger, Germany.

Fariba Gholizadeh was born in Iran and studied graphic design in Tehran and in Mainz, Germany.

Editorial Reviews

"Straight-up, reassuring advice on how to handle insensitive friends." --Kirkus Reviews

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