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0 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 50 out of 5 0.00 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Tomi Ungerer Narrator: Gene Deitch Publisher: Weston Woods Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: June 2015 ISBN: 9780545258777
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Ungerer’s little blonde orphan Tiffany is far from helpless—she is not afraid of the robbers and instead reforms them, converting their evil into goodness. By the end of the story, the robbers are using their ill-gotten gains to create a kinder, better world for other unhappy children who have been neglected by a thoughtless society. At the time of the book’s first publication, Tomi Ungerer summed up the moral of the story as, ‘Whatever the color of money, it is never too late to make good use of it,’ an intriguingly ambivalent statement that serves as a good indication of the playful, unconventional, sometimes provocative and always entertaining nature of this author.

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About the Author

Jean-Thomas “Tomi” Ungerer is a French illustrator and a writer in three languages. He has published over 140 books ranging from much loved children’s books to controversial adult work and from the fantastic to the autobiographical. He is known for sharp social satire and witty aphorisms. Ungerer received the international Hans Christian Andersen Medal in 1998 for his “lasting contribution” as a children’s illustrator. Born in 1931 in Strasbourg, in the Alsace region of France, Ungerer now divides his time between his farm in Ireland, near the ocean that he loves, and Strasbourg, where a museum dedicated to his work opened in late 2007.