written by Markus Saksatamm & illustrated by Anni Mäger
Once upon a time there was a Postman. His had to deliver letters and newspapers. He was very accurate and the mail was always delivered on time. Quickly, almost like flying. The Postman did not brag about it. He was not a boaster. After all there is a saying, first lay the eggs, then cackle! Postman had a nice yellow house. Behind the house there was a hen house with five chickens. Postman and Chickens is a about smart chickens who solve their problems by using appropriate egg laying technique. Unconventional thinking and original views. Some people say that this book has also been laid by a chicken!Anni Mäger was born in 1977 and has loved drawing all her life. She studied graphic design at the Estonian Academy of Arts and is working as an Art Director at the ad agency. Currently she is busy raising a baby, a husband and a dog the size of an elephant. In her free time she illustrates children’s books, comics, and illustrates for magazines.
Markus Saksatamm (real name Margus Eiche, 1969) is a father and grandfather, and the author of nine books for children. His work is well-known for the rich fantasy, creative approach and smart language.
2013 – Põlvepiku (The Knee-High) Book Competition, third place
Hardback / 210 × 240 / 32 pages / Päike ja Pilv