Books by Eveline Hasler

IN MY DREAMS I CAN FLY by Eveline Hasler
Released: Nov. 1, 2009

"If no new ground has been broken, it has certainly been turned with discernment. (Picture book. 3-8)"
A simple story spreads like frosting over weighty themes. Read full book review >
A TALE OF TWO BROTHERS by Eveline Hasler
Released: Sept. 1, 2006

"Shelve it next to Charlotte Huck's Toads and Diamonds (1996), illustrated by Anita Lobel, and Robert San Souci's Talking Eggs (1989), illustrated by Jerry Pinkney. (Picture book/folktale. 7-9)"
In this version of a common (though here unacknowledged) folktale type, two hunchbacked brothers get their just deserts. Read full book review >
THE GIANTESS by Eveline Hasler
by Eveline Hasler, translated by Laura McKenna, illustrated by Renate Seelig
Released: Oct. 1, 1997

"Seelig's timeless art does not play down the heroine's size—she is large among the other carnival attendees, but she is also lovely; the illustrations are perfect in their soft, misty beauty. (Picture book/folklore. 4-7)"
Inhabiting this tender love story is a gentle giantess who lives in isolation at the edge of the woods so that she won't scare people with her towering height. Read full book review >
Released: Jan. 17, 1994

"A highly colored tribute, which flickers back and forth in time, to a gifted woman who lived beyond her strength."
A fevered, strenuous fictional life of Swiss pioneering feminist Emily Kempin-Spyri—the first woman to earn a Doctorate of Law in Europe—that smolders with feminist mission. Read full book review >