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This series of novelty board books with wipe-clean pen and fold-out pages, teaches children
basic concepts with the help of Louise Smit's most iconic characters from the well-known
TV-programs Wielie Walie and Haas Das. Learn everything about opposites with Haas Das and the
animals from Diereland. With fun activities, easy games that you can play at home and even a news
flash or two, it is easy to learn!
In die reeks kartonboeke met skoonvee-pen en uitvoubladsye leer kinders basiese konsepte ken
saam met Louise Smit se bekendste karakters. Hul leer alles van kleure saam Sarel Seemonster,
Wielie Walie se geliefde monster van die see. Met lekker oefeninge, maklike speletjies om by die
huis te speel en ’n eksperiment of twee, is dit pret om te leer!
||Bennie Boekwurm lives deeply under the ground in the Wielie Walie Park. In his little
tunnel house he keeps many, many story books. What Bennie loves most of all, is to read stories to
children. In this lovely illustrated book, Bennie tells four exciting new stories: There are Japie
the little monkey, who has to search for his mommy. Tokka the naughty gnome, Mimi the philosophical
ant and the worm, who does not like getting up early.
||Sarel Seemonster, Karel Kraai and all their buddies live in the Wielie Wielie Walie
park.The old group get a new friend, Wagga Wagga Kwag.
Louise Smit is a prolific writer of children's books. She published more than 22 books. Many of them are based
on the characters of her television programmes. Her books are best sellers and the early Haas Das books are now
collector's pieces. She also wrote The Bible for Children in 1982 and 2002 a new edition of The Bible for Children
appeared. A new book Professor Fossi en die Dinosourusse was published in 2004. On public demand she wrote two new
Haas Das books: Haas Das se Nuuskas (2006) and Haas Das raak weg (2007).
Above the earlier series of early Haas Das books (only a few shown) and illustrated by Butch Stolz, then chief
animator at South African Broadcasting Corporation, Television and the Haas Das books, illustrated by Fred Mouton
(Haas Das se Nuuskas) and Tanja Joubert (Haas Das raak weg).