for The Fishing Lesson by Heinrich Böll and Emile Bravo
A hilarious read with an important message
A humble fisherman is taking a nap in his boat when a tourist interrupts him. The outspoken tourist points out that instead of napping, the fisherman could go out and catch more fish, which would eventually earn him enough money to buy a proper motor-boat. The tourist continues to embellish his idea, envisioning canneries, restaurants, and private helicopters. But the fisher-man has his own ideas about what success looks like.
With comic-like illustrations that emphasize the story's humor, this funny and thoughtful book will inspire readers to celebrate life's simple pleasures and enjoy the here and now.