I promised the second part of the interview with writer illustrator Nadia Shireen, and by god I keep my promises, even on one of the most hottest days of the year lol. 830 more words
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The Gruffalo. Julia Donaldson. Illustrated by Axel Scheffler. 1999. Macmillan Publishers. 24 pages.
“The Gruffalo” by Julia Donaldson follows a clever Mouse who claims to be dining with a Gruffalo to avoid being eaten on his way through the deep, dark wood. 404 more words
A couple of days ago, whilst reading Coralie Bickford-Smith’s gorgeous The Fox and The Star – when did books get so good looking? – we were merrily signing Fox and Star for obvious reasons and, on the page where Fox looks up and sees a sky full of stars – which always elicits a “Yay!” from her, so there’s some sense of following a narrative going on. 224 more words
Every child should have this book. I love the way it rhymes and every page connects as the story evolves. With the award winning rhymes and illustrations you expect from this brilliant duo, Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler have delivered another fantastic book. 19 more words
O Filho do Grúfalo – tradução Gilda de Aquino
O Grúfalo disse ao seu filhinho que não devia entrar na floresta sozinho.
– Por que não? 1,202 more words