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    Fellows and Sipsik by Eno Raud Krõll Book by Ellen Niit Nublu by Jaan Rannap Books for children with Edgar Valter s illustrations have been published in some twenty foreign languages He has also illustrated collections of humour and satire textbooks books of fiction etc he has also been a contributor to magazines The Starlet Täheke The Pioneer A Good Child Hea Laps etc Edgar Valter s caricatures have been published in several newspapers and magazines in Estonia and also in other places of the world Eight collections of caricatures by him have been published His creative work includes pieces of graphic arts book plates theatre posters film and stage settings His works have been exhibited in several personal and grpoup exhibitions and caricatures have brought their author a number of prizes In 1994 his first self written and illustrated book for children The Pokubook was published In the course of 12 years 1994 2005 he managed to write illustrate 15 books for children and turned out to be one of the most productive and appreciated writer for children He has answered the question how an artist has become a writer in the following way Having illustrated several books for

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    between different creatures Only childlike curiosity and imagination could awaken the modest or perhaps even bashful sedge hummock as if from an enchanted sleep and give it the power of speach and movement More than 70 species of sedge this triangular stemmed and rough leafed plant grow in Estonia but only two of them form the furry humps in whose shape we can recognise the characteristics of a POKUS All sedges produce runners from which new daughter plants grow In two species the Tufted and Lesser tufted sedge these runners are very short and so over time a great number of daughter plants gather closely around the parent plant and form a dense tussock At first this is only a low hump but over the years it grows wider and taller No one has been able to tell me to what age Pokus may live but I think it should be a good 20 years or so Old hummocks are so dense that they also accommodate other plant lodgers bedstraws violets forgetme nots In case anyone is curious about the sedge species forming a particular hummock then this is very simple to determine Pull one leaf from the hummock and observe the colour of its sheath if this is dark cherry or chestnut brown then you are examining a Lesser tufted sedge Carex caespitosa but if light brown or greyish yellow then the botanical name of the Poku in question is Tufted sedge Carex elata Through the hand and inspiration of the artist cum childrens writer these in themselves unspectacular lifeforms have been endowed with an mustical existence and charm of their own In spring when the Pokus population awakens from its winter hibernation March April a collection of long faded and whispering haired tousled characters can be seen standing about in puddles The sun s rays however soon draw out a fresh green down like covering on all their sleepy heads soon followed by flower stalk antennae in May June By mid summer the new head of hair is so profuse that one no longer notices the old bleached mane draping their shoulders Some more coquettish individuals adorn themselves with a brightly coloured plume of violets In the autumn when their seeds are ripe and indeed already sown morning frosts lay another layer of shaggy hair on to the shoulders of the Pokus both large and small this happens in September October The snow draped Pokus in their winter bedroom resemble rolling hills in a miniature landscape This cycle recurs year after so long as the Pokus are still toe deep in the water If however someone digs a ditch near their home which drains away the water then the Pokus too must up and leave They knew not how far nor how long they must travel but of one thing they were sure when they came upon the right place they would experience a great SENSE OF RECOGNITION And one Poku population who were left high and dry

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    E cards Print Pokuhall Pokus of Alma Maar Family of Pokus Pokus Spring Pokus at the Poku House

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    done here Information for the visitors Catering Padasoomäe farmstead Events Past events Gallery Videos Biography Illustrations Paintings Books Testimonials Edgar Valter about Pokumaa Sources Pokus Poku Book Gallery Calendar E cards Wallpapers Screensavers Games Foundation History Current state Sponsors Support Contact Write to Puuko Write to the smallest Poku E cards Print Back Data of the order Sender s name Sender s e mail Receiver s name Receiver s e

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    done here Information for the visitors Catering Padasoomäe farmstead Events Past events Gallery Videos Biography Illustrations Paintings Books Testimonials Edgar Valter about Pokumaa Sources Pokus Poku Book Gallery Calendar E cards Wallpapers Screensavers Games Foundation History Current state Sponsors Support Contact Write to Puuko Write to the smallest Poku E cards Print Back Data of the order Sender s name Sender s e mail Receiver s name Receiver s e

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    done here Information for the visitors Catering Padasoomäe farmstead Events Past events Gallery Videos Biography Illustrations Paintings Books Testimonials Edgar Valter about Pokumaa Sources Pokus Poku Book Gallery Calendar E cards Wallpapers Screensavers Games Foundation History Current state Sponsors Support Contact Write to Puuko Write to the smallest Poku E cards Print Back Data of the order Sender s name Sender s e mail Receiver s name Receiver s e

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