Ylva and the Wild Goats

By Akin Düzakin, Hilde Myklebust

A poetic tale about an intrepid girl coming face to face with nature.

Ylva and her dad are out walking to their summer house down by the sea. But they
are not the only ones on the steep mountainside. The wild goat, Blackbeard, and
his flock also call the area home. The sea eagles do, too.
Ylva spies something down by the seashore. Something small, but very much
alive. A wild goat has just had some kids and the eagles are out on the prowl. Can
Ylva manage to save the two newborn baby goats, stranded there on their own?
Ylva and the Wild Goats is a story about trying to be brave when somebody
needs help, but also about caring for all life that abounds in the nature that surrounds
us. The book is suitable for children from 3 to 6 years.

Read excerpt from English sample here

Translation rights sold to Turkish and Lule Sami.

Original Title

Ylva og villgeitene