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Thumbnail imageFifi the sheep, the story writed in french for children by Catherine Arhex, is now available in the basque language of Soule, Fifi ardittoa. Born in Laguinge Catherine Arhex is also the author of the illustrations. The inhabitant of Mauleon, Panpeia Etxebarne translated the book in the basque language of Soule.

The  Osolasba's editions, from Goes Béarn, offers a bilingual edition of Fifi ardittoa.

Fifi ardittoa is not the first translation by Panpeia Etxebarne, president of Azia. In 2010, he had translated into the basque language of Soulet Sweet Promised Land (My father was a shepherd in French) by Robert Laxalt, American writer with Soule's baskland's origins, under the title Aita artzain zen, and this year he translated the famous work of Antoine Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince, (Printze Ttipia). Azia is the editor of the two books.

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Price: 10 euros + postage

Directly: Sü Azia Maison du Patrimoine 64130 Mauléon Tél : 05 59 28 05 67

 

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Price: 17 euros + postage

 

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 Price: 20 euros + postage