There was a king who had an ugly beard named Blue Beard. One day from the top of his tower he saw a wedding and decided to get married too – then started a search for bride. A series of classics tales with a modern twist.
Mary is the queen in her school. She is perfect with her ponytails and little socks. At least that’s what she claims. Nearly everyone follows her orders – there’s no other choice if one wants to be friends with her.
In a big grey castle lived a king and a queen. The queen was overwhelmed by deep sadness and nobody knew why. Until one day a small boy knocked on the castle’s heavy doors. A deeply touching book about communication, love and the power of reading.
This book introduces the Amazonia to children and young readers. It is divided into five parts: Biodiversity /The “medicines” of the forest /Parks, reserves and archeological sites / How to live from the forest (without destroying it) / Boibumbá / How Amazonia became an important part of Brazil. Each part contains two tales and each tale contains an almanac including a lot of information and curiosities.
A beautifully illustrated bookabout taking careofthe world, children, animals and nature. We follow the Spicacious family in their daily life and discover the the Red List of Threatened Species, how to separate garbage or how each of us can save water and many more interesting facts.
Something is rotten in the kingdom of Not Greenness. There is so much garbage that the king and queen can not get to the throne. This is the fault of princess Gimmina. At her command scientists have been using natural resources for years scaring the animals, cutting down forests and littering the environment.
Taking care of your teeth is extremely important. The characters of this book are: a little girl named Pola and dental tools.They will explain to children why brushing teeth is necessary, what milk teeth are, and that everyone can like a dentist.
Little Luke is a witness when his mother gives first aid to an elderly gentleman who lost consciousness in a cake shop. The boy is very impressed by his mother’s knowledge and determination and he would like to learn how to savesomeone’s life. He decides to practice on his teddy bear.
Sometimes a moment is enough –in a crowd, a shop, on the beach–when achild disappears from our sight and gets lost. The most important thing is that the children act in accordance withthe learned rules. This great book teaches children these rulesand how to prepare them for such a situation.
This witch wants to steal a kid. She flies on herbroom and sees Adam playing with his dolls.The winning text of the contest Narrating Equality from the author Mariasole Brusa, illustrated by Marta Sevilla. Backed by the association Woman to Be.