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The artist sets her doll-like protagonists off against empty black or white backgrounds. Earthy colours and soft round forms create an intriguing contrast to the stark outlines of the poses seemingly frozen in time and space. Les cuques ballaruques The dancing fireflies Barcelona: El vaixell de vapor: Completely annoyed, the other animals decide to defend themselves against this disturbance and teach their noisy neighbours a lesson.
Antoni Dalmases makes his animals act exactly like humans: They argue and quarrel, search for solutions, and arrive at decisions. The beautiful rhymed texts full of wit and puns emphasise the necessity of respecting others despite their otherness and of trying to live together peacefully.
The bold colour illustrations aptly reflect the sound of the rhymes and perfectly translate them into partly affectionate partly aggressive pictures. But this white place is definitely too cold for him. Therefore, he moves on to the dry yellow desert, to the humid green jungle, and then on to the blue sea This entertaining chain story offers simple terms and concepts that pre-school readers can easily understand.
Repeating single sentences over and over again, the protagonist arrives at the various places with their contrasting colours and characteristics. The text is accompanied by innovative abstract characters that are very different from the realistic representations commonly used for readers of this age. ISBN x French parellel edition: And what are happiness, curiosity, shame, doubt, and stubbornness?
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The Catalan illustrator Montse Gisbert has created a kind of encyclopaedic picture book for small readers. Each double-page spread of the small square book offers a short text complemented by humorous and poetic pictures in delicate pastel colours that aptly illustrate the situations described. El faedor de mentides The inventor of lies Barcelona: Naturally, nobody in the hospital his father is admitted to believes him. Since his father is unconscious, the nurses ask Alexandre to tell them his real name so that they can inform the relatives.
This novel comprises a web of interwoven chapters in which various characters tell their version of the story in the first-person. The author treats the topic of first sexual experiences in a very casual and humorous manner. O barco de vapor ; 27 ISBN Poverty — Beggar — Indifference — Exclusion — Friendship One day, Raquel looks out the window and sees a poorly dressed man with a tin and a cardboard sign sitting in front of the department store opposite her house.
People simply walk by, and except for a few children no one seems to notice him.
This leads the girl to conclude that the man must be invisible and decides to find out his secret. In his characteristic calm and simple voice, the well-known Galician author tells a gripping novel of people who live on the margins of our often indifferent and consumerist society. Spain Galician - - Mejuto, Eva adapt. O zapateiro e os trasnos The shoemaker and the elves Pontevedra: From this day on, this curious event keeps repeating itself without fail — until the two people are overcome by curiosity and surprise their little helpers.
Eva Mejuto recounts this popular folk tale with a great sense of humour. Joie de Lire, Out of thin air, a description of the thief appears and becomes successively more elaborate: A man in slippers Following the wellknown pattern of a rumour, the illustrations, supported by a short explanatory text, successfully depict the plot.
Later it was reused in the script for the film Smoke The story within a story tells of a tobacco shop owner in Brooklyn who tries to track down a thief. For this story, the Argentinean artist Isol has created sophisticated and very original illustrations mainly in shades of brown. The rich detail invites readers to look at the pictures again and again to discover new things. Thanks to the unusual technique, a fascinating mixture of painted-over photographs and collage, the illustrations occasionally seem like three-dimensional little stages on which the tale is enacted.
ISBN Animal — Physiognomy — Eating habits — Evolution It is certainly true that many non-fiction books for children are well-made but, nevertheless, they often seem a little boring because they follow conventional concepts. This non-fiction title about animals published by a small new publishing house is refreshingly different. With funny and smart headlines, entertaining yet well-founded texts, and cartoon-like colour illustrations, this book offers an original introduction to the animal world and the secrets of evolution.
Amarilla ISBN Example — Supernatural creature — Inexplicable phenomenon In this book, the author — who is nominated for the Hans-Christian-Andersen-Award — parodies the genre of medieval exemplum-literature, albeit without its characteristic moralistic elements. In a brilliant manner, Ema Wolf exploits Latin and Arabic, religious and secular sources, plays with different styles, and mixes archaic and ancient terms with modern colloquial expressions.
Thus she creates a refined intertextual blend that can be interpreted in various ways by teenage and adult readers alike. Companhia das Letrinhas, ISBN Family — Inheritance — Search for identity — Happiness The Souzas are an ordinary family and full of all those idiosyncrasies that are simply part of life. When they suddenly inherit a fortune, their lives radically change. The nervous, cranky father Luis quits his hated job, takes guitar lessons, and becomes a talented musician. Mother Ruth, who spent her life worrying about her weight, fulfils her life-long dream by taking up professional training to become a nurse.
In his letters, Tonho convinces his cousin that life out in the provinces can even be quite crazy. There are ghosts, rebellious objects, or a miraculous metamorphosis — without the slightest surgical intervention — from Paulo to Paula. The witty, playful texts and the captivating, highly graphical illustrations in bright colours make this book a particularly attractive and enjoyable read. Ana e a margem do rio: At this juncture of two very different worlds, she attempts to reassert her origins and find her own way.
As retold and slightly modified by Ana in a school essay, this Indian legend reflects the influences resulting from the encounter with Western culture. She relates her everyday life — in which H, a boy from the neighbourhood, plays an important role — with a keen sense of observation, wit, and a hint of black humour. On the cusp between childhood and adolescence, things just seem to become more complicated — especially if they concern love and the first sexual sensations. The Ecuadorian author captures happy and less happy moments of a normal young life with great sensitivity and respect for the emotional turmoil of her two protagonists.
Each of the books without words deals with one of the four natural elements: With long tentacles, sharp spines, flame-like tongues, etc. Juan inherits a gold coin. As Juan leaves this world behind, the background gradually quietens down. In the last picture, which shows the moment of happiness, there are merely two soft fields of colour: Once they finish hibernating and leave their cosy cave, the culprits will be in for it. The benefactors shall be pardoned! Overwhelming emotions, medals, happy end! This unconventional picture book owes its exuberant originality to the discrepancy between the simplicity of the pseudodidactic tale, its subdued tone, and the warm, quiet illustrations on the one hand and its elaborate form and many literary allusions on the other.
Astro-jeunes ISBN Astronomy — Planets — Stars This introduction to astronomy does not only impart well-founded basic knowledge in a comprehensible way to children; at the same time, it also encourages them to join in and conduct experiments themselves. The author, who works as an astronomer at the observatory in Montreal, begins with celestial objects that can be spotted with the naked eye.
Building on general knowledge, he gradually increases the complexity of technical requirements and of the theoretical background from chapter to chapter. Her father has fallen in love with another woman, her two older sisters blame their mother for the failure of the marriage, and the mother is in despair. When they move into a smaller flat and eventually even sell the piano, Clara almost loses all hope. Despite the depressing real-life topic, the story is presented in a lighthearted tone and particularly touches the readers because it is written in first person.
Collection Atout ; In many cases, they were the first Europeans who came into contact with the various tribes. In , the young orphan Baptistine also becomes a trapper. Fleeing from the cruel landlady for whom she has to work, the girl dresses as a boy and joins three other trappers. On the one hand, the strength of the text lies in its precise description of the various characters. Dominique et Compagnie, Whenever she closes her hand and opens it again, a toy appears on it. Toy cars, spinning tops, dolls, and balls are given to old or sick people in the village, some are used as firewood, or piled up as a sculpture of toys.
One day, after the girl has saved her father from drowning at sea with her skill, life changes: Like a recurrent theme, the girl dressed in red pops up in all the illustrations, which — even in the most dramatic situation such as the rescue at sea — are soothed by the sensitive text. Canada French - - Various text Roberts, Bruce illus. Noir, blanc ou poil de carotte: Les Coups, The result is not a didactic textbook but rather a kaleidoscope of fear of intolerance yet also of hope for tolerance and a peaceful dialogue.
All of the poems and the respective illustrations, of course have been created especially for this publication. An enclosed CD offers the poems read by their authors and allows the children to experience the sounds of the original languages. Even when their cries warn him about a thief, his heart is not softened. While the burglar empties the house, the farmer takes his geese and surrenders them to the butcher. Eventually, quiet returns to the farm.
Together with his wife, who has suddenly returned, the farmer contentedly digs into a frugal dinner in the empty house. Could the very modern moral of this bizarre fable be that you can only get rid of annoying fellows by resorting to brutal methods? Or should the adults who read this story to their children explain that the story should actually end differently? But Nis is different from others: On the one hand, he has a lot of imagination and is able to arouse that of other children. On the other hand, however, there is also a dark side to his life. When Nis finally comes back home, his mother starts singing again.
On only a few pages and with sparse language, a fascinating web of tender human relations is spread out before the readers. Thus, modern day Scandinavian Languages children do not deliberately have to travel back to the late s in their minds. They automatically slip into the past, which they might even consider an idyllic time, and will hardly be surprised that this family did not even own a television set.
Branner og Korch, ISBN Teenage girl — Boarding school — Character development One day, out of the blue, young Mia is sent to boarding school by her parents. At first, she suspects that they want to get rid of her, but the reason for this decision rather seems to be a problem between the parents themselves. Mia has to make herself at home in a new environment, leave old friends behind, try hard to find new friends, and figure out what it is she wants to do with her life. This typical coming-of-age story, written with great empathy by a psychologist, will certainly inspire readers, girls in particular, to start thinking about themselves and their lives.
One day, the girl meets Cat, an aristocratic child whose parents were murdered and who currently lives with a group of gypsies. Marie leaves her share to the convent so that they can keep the hospital running. This well-written novel combining adventures and human problems provides readers with an interesting glimpse into the chaotic life in France around Nuortenromaani vuoden Naantalista The nun Piritta Helsinki: Saint Bridget, the patron saint, and the young nun-to-be Piritta who was named after the paragon.
In the 15century, living in a convent was the only possibility for a young girl to learn how to read and write. Piritta becomes friends with Katariina who is hiding in the convent and comes from a tragic background. The book, written with great sensitivity and an aesthetic touch, deals with motifs such as moral, honour, and a sense of duty. Their literary heroes Tatu and Patu, two boisterous brothers, are familiar to many Finnish children. In this volume, Tatu and Patu visit their cousin Jori in Helsinki.
The visit is full of funny events and at the same time, the book is a guide to all the famous places in Helsinki that might interest children. The colourful, cartoon-like illustrations, with plenty of funny details to discover, perfectly complement the vibrant text. Text and illustrations work well together to form a very amusing picture book. Her latest book was on the shortlist for the Finlandia Junior Award. Huovi presents fabulous modern adaptations of fables with a wise and humorous touch.
The animals live their lives just like human beings do and deal with the same postmodern questions such as: These tales are a wonderful read for young adults. Lasten Parhaat Kirjat, He can make the house fly all the way back to his former home where he meets a boy who is in a same situation: Hamid desperately misses his home village in a far-away country.
Consequently, the two boys combine their powers and travel to the moon with the flying house. The warm, colourful illustrations aptly interpret the text and radiate with a tender atmosphere created by the play with lights and shadows. ISBN Mathematics This non-fiction book about maths is brimming with funny examples and crazy ideas. Illustrator Martti Ruokonen offers bold and brightly coloured anarchistic interpretations of the text. This book provides ample proof that learning mathematics and solving tricky problems can be a lot of fun. Katastrofer och strofer om slummer och stoj Catastrophes and verses about slumber and noise [Helsingfors]: ISBN Poetry In Finland, only very few books can be published for the small Swedish-speaking minority of roughly , people.
Most of the books in Swedish, therefore, are imported from Sweden. This book, one of the few exceptions, creates a crazy graphical spectacle with minimum ado in two colours red and black against a white background , resorting back to design concepts of the s. A girl enters the cathedral in Tampere, an Art Nouveau building, discovers the painting, and climbs into it. In her pictures, the artist fulfils the dream of many a child who wishes to overcome the unapproachability inherent in many works of art.
When the protagonist touches the angel-girl, who usually looks down with an absent-minded and sad expression, the wounded creature immediately turns into a friendly, cheerful, and attentive child, while the wounds on her wings and the head dressing fade into the background as insignificant accessories.
This touching story, which reconciles readers with the inaccessibility of art, is told in picturesque illustrations reminiscent of Finnish paintings around The egg flees and is threatened by many obstacles during its escape, either because of its fragility or its substance — by the bus, a mad group of dancers, a cook, of course, whose bowl of cracked-open fellow sufferers hints at the fate awaiting the egg, an older couple cuddling on a park bench, a golf player who raises his club.
The cat just calls after it: This witty picture book with its various allusions suggestive advertisements with a fried egg, a plucked chicken, or a bald man whose head looks like a huge egg is illustrated in pale colours and with elements of collage. It stands apart from other Icelandic books because of its grotesque style. ISBN Child — Household Most adults consider high-rise housing a nightmare of facelessness and anonymity.
For Askur, Scandinavian Languages the boy with the old Germanic name, however, the tenants are mysterious or weird creatures who turn into angels, werewolves, or witches in his imagination. His everyday experiences are told in short episodes that include a snowstorm, a flaming sunrise, and a cosy evening spent reading with his mother. The illustrator has designed each double spread in a distinct colour and mood.
In a style typical for modern painters she creates appealing pictures with bold brushstrokes, several layers of colour, and collage elements, so that every page turn becomes an exciting adventure. Stor gutt Big boy Oslo: This is equally true for this novel, which tells the story of a child who is torn between his artist mother, who wants to encourage his understanding of art, and his father, who strives to make his son a practical, down-to-earth person. The father takes the boy to the swimming pool to teach him how to swim. But the boy is afraid and even has a near-death experience and hallucinations.
Yet in the end, he succeeds, even if the ambivalent feelings inside him remain. For illustrator Fam Ekman, this hovering between dream and reality is a graphic delight. Sinna Mann Evil man Oslo: ISBN Father — Son — Violence — Fear This story about an irascible father who turns violent against wife and child is told in a very reserved and sober style.
Only the illustrations, depicting a menacingly growing father who finally burns bright red with anger, show the readers the oppressive fear that the boy and his mother feel. Innocent and open-minded, the child desperately tries to contact the increasingly irritated father. Although he does not understand what is going on, he senses that his father is not himself but possessed by an evil monster. Eventually, the state authority, represented by the king and a social worker, intervenes and takes the father away — quite possibly to a psychiatric ward from where he will return to his family cured.
Since this letter lay hidden for more than ten years, the son reading it embarks on a journey into the distant past, travelling to the beginning of his own life. He has also succeeded in creating a touching and light-hearted love story. Det Norske Samlaget, ISBN Child — Arson — Guilty conscience Two rabbit brothers and their parents live in a rural idyll seemingly free from catastrophies. Too much peace, however, inspires forbidden adventures: Thus, the two boys light a small fire with stolen matches. Although they do extinguish the fire before leaving the place, the younger brother feels guilty and hides himself when a forest fire starts that same day.
But then his parents track him down and explain that the careless farmer was to blame. They are characteristic for his style and perfectly match the country idyll. Even though he does not indulge in red seas of flame, the danger — only visible as heavy clouds of smoke hovering above the forest — is frightening enough. ISBN School — Classmate — Human relationship This typical school novel tells the readers about the beginning of a normal school day and about all the boring daily events, such as school problems, love problems, dreams of a future etc.
Naturally, the author also describes how tough it can be to approach someone you love, especially if you are a little clumsy. The author, who writes about everyday events in the lives of teenagers without resorting to stereotypes, is an experienced song-text writer and has already won some awards for the few teenage novels he has written so far. They easily manage to present the characteristics and peculiarities of the Swedish language to children in a highly entertaining way.
Readers can leaf through this book with curious eyes, play with the words, and — what is most important — enlarge their vocabulary. De tre grottornas berg The mountain with the three caves Stockholm: But how he writes it! He creates suspense, includes humorous allusions that children can understand, and also adds some irony for the grown-ups. Because reading it aloud to children namely his own grandchildren is certainly what the author had in mind.
From the primordial cell to man Stockholm: ISBN Humans — Evolution You can create a book with many beautiful photographs and still fail to say anything much. The illustrations that accompany the concise text of this nonfiction picture book were drawn by the author himself and explain the important facts. With their caricature- like style and some entertaining interludes, they make reading and understanding this book an entertaining task. Sweden Swedish - - Nilsson, Ulrika illus. ISBN Electrical appliances This book can be seen as a typical example of contemporary Scandinavian books for toddlers in general, which are modern in both content and illustration.
The pictures show simple shapes with strong black outlines. And so does this book: When he does really meet them, he learns that they simply go on with their comfortable middle- class life and seem to be very happy. Natur och Kultur, Overwhelmed, the year-old tries to come to grips with the situation.
At the same time, she is struggling along in school. In one of her classes she writes a poem about her mother. If she is to die, Jenna will commit suicide, it reads.
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When the mother really dies, Jenna discovers that the mother of her greatest enemy in school is an alcoholic. Because suffering unites, she can suddenly empathise with the girl. In the end, Jenna changes her poem: When you die, Mama, I shall live — for you. The young author has written a touching debut novel remarkable both in subject matter and language. The author demonstrates his extraordinary skill with an unusual progression of scenes and his uniquely imaginative turn of events.
The novel describes an integrated high school class in which lower-class pupils are packed together with pupils who have learning difficulties. In his clumsy and faulty language, he starts writing the novel Swedish for idiots, single chapters of which are woven into this excellent book. ISBN Animal — Habitat — Roadworks — Environmental pollution This picture book, in which animals fight against the building of a road, alludes to the construction of the motorway from Rijeka to Zagreb. In the end, the forest animals are not able to prevent the road from being completed.
Thus, cars drive on it, cutting the forest into two parts, people throw rubbish out of the car windows, and the pollution from factories and refineries increases. Since the people finally show some sense and build a few bridges for the animals across the road, the story has at least a realistic ending, albeit not an entirely happy one. This volume, illustrated in bright watercolour collages by a friend of the famous Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, is part of a series of ecological picture books with the publisher Adami?.
After his father has moved out, his mother and sister often feel they have to lecture the boy. At school, he is up to his neck in a never-ending crisis, his marks are a catastrophe, and so are his relationships with girls. Her best friend is ill and the teenage girl is convinced that she is the most unlucky person in the world and that the sun only shines somewhere else and for other people. But suddenly, there is this boy in the deserted house.
Without having any idea about who he is and what he is afraid of, she helps him to hide and brings him food and medicine. This gripping teenage novel explores how young people deal with fear and grief and search for their inner self. With a great deal of sensitivity, the author makes her readers empathise with Anka. She enables them to identify with the young heroine and to find their own identity. ISBN Bedtime story This year, the Czech publisher Brio offers two new collections to its readers, each with imaginative and sensitive tales. In one of these books,? The large-format collection is cheerfully illustrated with coloured drawings that stand out because of their originality, simplicity, and immense expressiveness.
In his second book, Pavel Radovan presents a successful retelling of folk tales from the Maori people of New Zealand. The exciting tales, which talk about how human beings encounter demons, fairies, or personified natural forces, often give mythical explanations of names for natural phenomena, focus on the fight between good and evil, and on love and courage.
The coloured pencil drawings and vignettes are inspired by traditional Maori art. In the second volume, violinist Strado and his violin Varius travel to Prague on a concert tour, where they are plunged into various adventures: They meet Papageno, in the form of an ancient owl, and, eventually, even encounter Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart himself. The versatile Czech artist Martina Skala who creates stage designs, film sets, and illustrations leads the readers through Prague with partly romantic, partly cartoon-like illustrations.
ISBN German parallel ed.: The illustrations, rendered in a style that perfectly complements the stories, entrance the readers with their brightly glowing colours. Although the stories themselves are rather unspectacular, they are delightfully unconventional and take a completely unexpected turn at the end. Junna Petrovna Moric, born in Kyiv in is one of the most important contemporary Russian poets.
In the final of four chapters, acrostics explain different terms. The author perfectly manages to present simple things in a way that renders them interesting — not only for children. Just as in her poetry for adults, she starts from specific everyday-life situations and uses them to point out a deeper reality behind them. The amusing illustrations by Evgenij Antonenkov, painted in a mixture of naturalistic and surrealistic styles, have an international flair without denying their Russian origin.
Polar animals — Folk tale — Ghost — Detective During a journey along the coast of the White Sea, Jurij Vijra has recorded 12 folk tales about the white hedgehog. All of these stories contain some characteristic elements and narrative structures of traditional folk tales, yet they are set in the present and involve contemporary objects and situations.
In the second part of this book, old Slavic myths are also transported into a modern day Moscow setting. The quirky household ghost. Slavic and Baltic Languages Snooper does some detective work. At the end of each chapter, the readers are asked to answer a question and — with some careful reading and a little bit of reflection — they should easily be able to accomplish this task. The imaginative descriptions of author and illustrator revolve around natural phenomena, objects they have found on the shore, animals that live in or around the lake, people they met there or who have a special relationship to the lake.
Readers will discover fish and shells, ducks swimming on the lake, fireflies, a bug in a calyx, music, a boat house, rain, fog hovering over the lake, or an angel who appears above the water on Christmas Eve. They all are a funny mirror of country life in Slovakia. In his nonsense verses, which often have multiple rhymes, the author plays with words, their sounds, and their meanings, and gives them a philosophical touch. She takes him home with her and Stray decides to stay.
Since dogs and girls have different needs, they have to reach a few compromises. The readers, too, might be inclined to question whether all the things people usually consider so important do really mean so much — except for love, of course. The lovingly designed book is accompanied by atmospheric watercolour illustrations in shades of brown and green. Why does the walrus have a beard?
Why does the giraffe have such a long neck? Why do hyenas laugh? Why does the crocodile cry? Why does the elephant have a trunk? Apart from a few nonsense answers, these questions are explained in a way that is both easy to understand and scientifically wellfounded. Thus, this book is more than just a standard non-fiction book. The witty and simple illustrations drawn with black outlines provide a realistic picture of the animals portrayed in this varied selection.
Rosamund therefore tells him to kidnap Leila and free a few captured Christians. As for Rosamund, she is forced to enter a convent. The book enchants its readers both with its elegant typographical design and the intensive colours of the illustrations. Roodlapje Little red rag Tielt: ISBN Solitude — Fantasy This graphically outstanding picture book tells the story of the girl Lapje Little Rag , who always wears red during her journey through life.
As she travels around, she is never alone, or is she? The red that Roodlapje i. The nostalgic-looking pages with the — sometimes rhyming — descriptions of events, alternate with texts written by the main character herself that seem to consist mainly of associations with the colour red.
This picture book lends itself particularly well to reading with adults. Mijnheer Ferdinand Sir Ferdinand Wielsbeke: He searches his entire house for it — in vain — but the feeling that something is missing stays with him. Therefore, he continues to search in the city. He meets odd people who make him realise that, when you look around carefully, you continuously find special things. The unusual, delicately drawn, slightly surrealistic illustrations, executed in a mixed technique, represent solitude and the loss of reality in a striking way. A brilliant, artistic picture book for connoisseurs.
The help of the little witch Paddenwratje is imperative to this end. This modern fairy tale, which never becomes overly moralistic, is told with mild humour and a wink at modern society. Berenklauw Hogweed Hasselt; Amsterdam: When he goes to the forest with his class, he even gets sprinkled with the poisonous juice of hogweed. The forester gives him an ointment that makes him feel as strong as a bear and is able to resist the annoying nuisances.
However, before midnight, he has to drink from the pool because otherwise he will remain a bear forever. This exciting story presents a mixture of reality and fantasy. The paralysing fear and humiliation of the bullied boy are described in a realistic way. The open ending does not answer the question whether Bruno will succeed in fighting off the bullying for good. Man en Muis Man and Mouse Haarlem: Thanks to his computer, they order everything they need online and live a life of luxury. But then the rat Belem arrives. He sells Dwelm, highly dangerous addictive spices that make a mouse have delightful dreams.
This is an ingenious fable, which draws many parallels to contemporary society, especially the world of drug addiction. Although it includes many fanciful elements, the story has a very realistic and serious undertone.
Paul Biegel once again knows how to captivate the reader from the beginning to the very end of the story with his magnificent narrative. Zie ik je nog eens terug? Will I see you again? ISBN Death — Grief One day, Sarah runs away from home and ends up in a toy museum a few blocks away, where Nestor, the owner of the museum, looks after her. At the end of the day, when he takes her home, Sarah shows him the cemetery where her little brother is buried.
ISBN Theatre — Cabaret — Musical This extremely thorough and serious non-fiction book about the many aspects of the world of performing arts is arranged according to topics. It gives an introduction to theatre, cabaret, and musicals, but also to the world of stage designers, make-up artists, and costume designers.
Classical plays and highlights of the history of performing arts are described in a well-structured way. In addition, the book also includes various interviews, in which several celebrities are given the floor. Text, illustrations, and design are perfectly adapted to young readers. The book takes the readers on a true voyage of discovery through the world of illusions, the world of performing arts. Each child has to choose a drum and an accompanying symbol. Dudu Addi helps every child to choose by telling a story. Al Lupo, Al Lupo!
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