And That Was The Oddest Of Things

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Autor:
Daniel Errico

Lengua original:
inglés

Lengua lectura:
inglés

Lee:
Joyce
Monroe


 

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And That Was the Oddest of Things by Daniel Errico displays a refreshing narrative style that combines fantastic facts and exotic (at least for Europeans) animals such as lemurs, penguins, octopuses or giraffes. A very attractive and funny way to get introduced into the universe of fantastic animal tales, the formula chosen by Errico resorts to versified epic, with simple catchy rhymes and with a metrics that helps an easy memorizing. Children can follow the plot effortlessly and even anticipate words due to the versified forms. All in all, a lovely incursion into fantasy for little and not so little ones.

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