A Fish for Luna
The book has the same magic as Aisato’s hero, Shaun Tan, that the world is both stranger and less scary than you think. Aftenposten
A beautiful picture book […] Lisa Aisato confirms that she’s definitely among the most interesting picture book artists in Norway. Dagbladet
Masterful and poetic […] Lisa Aisato confirms her position as one of Norway’s very best picture book artists. Barnebokkritikk
Nominated to The Critic’s Prize 2014
Nominated to The Brage Literary Prize 2014
Nominated to The Book Blogger’s Prize 2014
When Luna one night opens the window she finds a big fish slowly gliding between the houses. Luna decides to help the fish to find its way back home. But she doesn’t understand what the fish is saying. It talks very strangely, keep on saying words like “Maan”, “Karoo”, “Yue”, “Ay”, “Kuu”, “Tsuki” and “Luna”.
Lisa Aisato’s picture books is unique in style and original in exploring human life, always told from a child’s perspective.