The Tale of Was and Das - one of the funniest picture books on the market by Marin Darmonkow

The Tale of Was and Das - one of the funniest picture books on the market by Marin Darmonkow
https://www.amazon.com/Tale-2GETHER-picture-book-collection-ebook/dp/B08NWPWQ1Z

"Gloriously funny and warm hearted with captivating visuals." /-  Goodreads

"Short, enjoyable book for the young child but fun for the adult too. Very clever with a nice message. Lovely illustrations. This is the sort of book that you don't mind reading over and over." / - Goodreads

"The theme of this strange and delightfully surreal story is one that is close to my heart: the transformatory power of literature." / - Goodreads

The Tale of Was and Das tells the hilariously funny story of two friends: an orphan gypsy boy, Was, and his German shepherd, Das. The boy and the dog live at the dumpster halfway between Fartsville and Burptown — an area where, ironically, the people come for fresh air. The dumpster provides the boy and the dog with shelter, toys, and books. The pair fell in love with children’s books, especially picture books about dinosaurs. They decide to use materials from the dumpster to build Thesaurus, the biggest dinosaur in the world. Thesaurus becomes a tourist attraction and brings Fartsvillians and Burptownians together. This children’s book is the only one of the 2GETHER picture book collection that is not illustrated by Marin; Peter Stan, a prolific European illustrator created the entertaining artwork for this title.

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