Il Meraviglioso Cicciapelliccia

Autore: Beatrice Alemagna
ISBN: 9788898523276
Grandezza: 70,11 MB
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Vista: 5167
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The Wonderful Fluffy Little Squishy

Autore: Beatrice Alemagna
ISBN: 9781592701803
Grandezza: 18,27 MB
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Vista: 6199
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Here Almagna stakes herself on the idea that the adventures children make for themselves are by far the very best!

Paper Zoo

Autore: Oscar Sabini
Editore: Princeton Architectural Press
ISBN: 9781616894399
Grandezza: 58,14 MB
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This ingenious and charming activity book makes it possible for anybody, ages three and up, to create colorful animal collages. Young artists tear apart decorated sheets of patterned paper, either their own or those found in the back of the book, paste them onto blank cards, also provided, and then slip them into the book's cleverly designed paper pockets with eight different animal-shaped windows, including a roaring lion, a splashing hippo, a colorful toucan, a trumpeting elephant, a snapping crocodile, a naughty monkey, a dashing bear, and a group portrait!

Imaginary Fred

Autore: Eoin Colfer
Editore: HarperCollins
ISBN: 9780062439161
Grandezza: 14,13 MB
Formato: PDF
Vista: 3445
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Did you know that if the conditions are just right, and if you add a little electricity, or magic, or luck, that an imaginary friend might appear just when you need one? An imaginary friend like . . . Fred. Fred is the best imaginary friend you could ever hope for, but no matter how hard he tries, the same thing always happens: his friend finds a real friend in the real world, and Fred fades away, bit by bit, waiting to be wished for again . . . Then one day, a boy called Sam wishes for a friend, and Fred appears! For a while, everything is perfect. But what about the day when Sam finds a real friend? Could it be that this time, something magical might happen . . . ? Imaginary Fred is a quirky, funny, utterly irresistible story from a bestselling dream team.

Tough Boris

Autore: Mem Fox
Editore: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 9780152896126
Grandezza: 80,98 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub
Vista: 6295
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Boris von der Borch's image as a mean, greedy, bossy, tough-as-nails pirate is seriously threatened when a young boy sneaks onto Boris's ship.

A Lion In Paris

Autore: Beatrice Alemagna
Editore: Tate
ISBN: 9781849761710
Grandezza: 32,56 MB
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Bored by his rural life in the savannah, a lion seeks excitement and opportunity in the City of Light, where he is surprised that even his roaring does not cause a stir while visiting Montmartre, the Eiffel Tower and the busy underground Métro. By the award-winning creator of Bugs in a Blanket.

Egg Nest

Autore: Rosamond Wolff Purcell
Editore: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674031722
Grandezza: 29,38 MB
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The beauty of the robinâe(tm)s egg is not lost on the child who discovers the nest, nor on the collector of natureâe(tm)s marvels. Such instances of wonder find fitting expression in the photographs of Rosamond Purcell, whose work captures the intricacy of nests and the aesthetic perfection of bird eggs. Mining the ornithological treasures of the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, Purcell produces pictures as lovely and various as the artifacts she photographs. The dusky blue egg of an emu becomes a planet. A woodpeckerâe(tm)s nest bears an uncanny resemblance to a wooden shoe. A resourceful rock dove weaves together scrap metal and spent fireworks. A dreamscape of dancing monkeys emerges from the calligraphic markings of a murre egg. Alongside Purcellâe(tm)s photographs, Linnea Hall and René Corado offer an engaging history of egg collecting, the provenance of the specimens in the photographs, and the biology, conservation, and ecology of the birds that produced them. They highlight the scientific value that eggs and nest hold for understanding and conserving birds in the wild, as well as the aesthetic charge they carry for us. How has evolution shaped the egg or directed the design of the nest? How do the photographs convey such infinitesimal and yet momentous happenstance? The objects in Egg & Nest are specimens of natural history, and in Purcellâe(tm)s renderings, they are also the most natural art.


Autore: Jenny Broom
Editore: Big Picture Press
ISBN: 9780763675080
Grandezza: 58,45 MB
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Showcases dozens of full-color animal specimens from around the world in a gallery format, complemented by indentification information and brief descriptions.

The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark

Autore: Jill Tomlinson
Editore: Candlewick Press (MA)
ISBN: 9780763615628
Grandezza: 53,77 MB
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Vista: 9486
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Owls are supposed to be night birds, but Plop, a young barn owl, is afraid of the dark, despite how much other people and animals tell him they enjoy it, in a title first published with black-and-white illustrations in 1968.

Little Big Boubo

Autore: Beatrice Alemagna
Editore: Tate
ISBN: 9781849762847
Grandezza: 62,12 MB
Formato: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Vista: 4009
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I'm not a baby anymore, believe me. I can walk backwards without falling over... almost! The latest book from award-winning illustrator Beatrice Alemagna is a tender and humorous reflection on toddlerhood that will strike a chord with parents and toddlers alike. Boubo is eager to show that he's not a baby anymore - he knows he is on his way to being a 'big kid' and is proud to demonstrate his new-found abilities to prove his case. Little Big Boubo portrays a unique stage of child development with empathy and humour, and is a delightful celebration of a parent's love from one of the most prominent and exciting illustrators working today.