[ARC] from Kids Can Press – 4

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Here follow my comments about various children books Kids Can Press will publish in April 2017.

The books – listed in random order – are:

  • Spork by Kyo Maclear
  • The way home in the night by Akiko Miyakoshi
  • Lines, Bars and Circles: How William Playfair Invented Graphs by Helaine Becker
  • Stop Feedin’ da Boids! by James Sage
  • The Last Tree by Ingrid Chabbert
  • A Horse Named Steve by Kelly Collier

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[ARC] da Kids Can Press – 4

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Seguono i commenti relativi a diversi libretti della Kids Can Press in uscita in Aprile 2017.

Seguono, come sempre in puro ordine casuale, i commenti a:

  • Spork by Kyo Maclear
  • The way home in the night by Akiko Miyakoshi
  • Lines, Bars and Circles: How William Playfair Invented Graphs by Helaine Becker
  • Stop Feedin’ da Boids! by James Sage
  • The Last Tree by Ingrid Chabbert
  • A Horse Named Steve by Kelly Collier

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[ARC] from Kids Can Press – 2

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As I did some years ago, I collect in a single post the comments to some arcs received from Kids Can Press – publisher of children books.

The comments are about the following books:

  • The Animals’ Ark by Marianne Dubuc
  • Mr. King’s Machine by Geneviève Côté
  • Life Without Nico by Andrea Maturana
  • The Storm by Akiko Miyakoshi
  • Willow’s Smile by Lana Button

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[ARC] da Kids Can Press – 2

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Come avevo fatto qualche anno fa raccolgo in un unico post i commenti alle copie ricevute dalla Kids Can Press – casa editrice dedicata a libri per bambini e ragazzi.

I commenti sono relativi ai libri:

  • The Animals’ Ark by Marianne Dubuc
  • Mr. King’s Machine by Geneviève Côté
  • Life Without Nico by Andrea Maturana
  • The Storm by Akiko Miyakoshi
  • Willow’s Smile by Lana Button

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[ARC] The Tea Party in the Woods by Akiko Miyakoshi

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Kikko has to go to her grandmother house in the woods to take there the cake her father forgot home. Because of the snow she loses her way and she in the end finds an unusual home where it’s happening the most unusual tea party.

The Tea Party in the Woods it’s a nice, very well illustrated story that tells a sort of retelling of Red Riding Hood where the wood is not something to fear and nature is not evil.

Thanks to the publisher for providing me the copy necessary to write this review.


* The Tea Party in the Woods by Akiko Miyakoshi ★★★★★

*I read this book in english

[ARC] The Tea Party in the Woods by Akiko Miyakoshi

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Kikko deve raggiungere la casa della nonna nel bosco per portarle la torta che il papà ha dimenticato a casa. A causa della neve la bambina si perde fino a trovare una casa inaspettatata e la più inusuale merenda del mondo.

The Tea Party in the Woods è una storia molto gradevole, molto ben illustrata, che racconta una versione alternativa di Cappuccetto Rosso, in cui il bosco non è qualcosa da temere e la natura non è nemica.

Ringrazio l’editore per avermi fornito la copia necessaria per scrivere questa recensione.


* The Tea Party in the Woods by Akiko Miyakoshi ★★★★★

*Ho letto questo libro in inglese