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The Perfect Tree

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en Limba Engleză Carte Hardback – 05 Jan 2016 – vârsta de la 3 până la 6 ani
Jack is searching for the perfect tree—one that he can chop, hack, and stack! But when it becomes too hard to find, Jack stumbles across three unlikely friends who want to show him their perfect trees.

In this lively, enchanting story, The Perfect Tree is a reminder to notice the wonders we often overlook, and to value our friendship with the natural world.

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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780762455867
ISBN-10: 0762455861
Pagini: 32
Ilustrații: Color illustrations throughout
Dimensiuni: 222 x 273 x 10 mm
Greutate: 0.45 kg
Editura: Running Press
Colecția Running Press Kids

Notă biografică

Chloe Bonfield is an illustrator and animator living in London, England, where she illustrates and teaches art and animation to children. She has a passion for handmade books and printmaking. Having grown up in Wiltshire, she loves the mixture of wilderness and urban craziness. The Perfect Tree is her first picture book. Visit her online at chloebonfield.co.uk.

Recenzii

“A subtle sustainability message is delivered in this engrossing debut picture book.”
–Booklist

The slightly quirky, dark and nature-colored images of mixed rural/urban scenes and influences keep all the jagged portraits of trees, boy, and creatures fresh and engaging. The Perfect Tree can be enjoyed by children ages 3 and older. They will enjoy poring over the complex, colorful scenes of trees and other living creatures.
–Midwest Book Review

“Chloe Bonfield has written a charming story with a lesson tucked neatly within it. The real strength of this book is the captivating, detailed illustrations that almost look like mixed media collages, but are instead beautifully creative and unusual for the genre of picture books.”
—San Francisco Book Review