Oliver Jeffers – The Fate of Fausto
OLIVER JEFFERS is an artist, storyteller, father, cartographer and part-time explorer. His work encompasses many forms, from picture books to portraiture, using a variety of media. THE FATE OF FAUSTO is a poignant tale about a man who acts upon his self-proclaimed domination of all he can see.
About the author-illustrator: Oliver Jeffers
About the book: The Fate of Fausto
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