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Pinzón (Finch)

Pinzón (Finch)

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Finalist at the 2019 Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. Caged bird Finch will discover that the path to happiness is freedom, even if it comes with lurking dangers.

In this heart-pounding adventure, a young finch falls from his family's nest, where he lived happily and was taken care of. Finch was the most beloved son in the whole world. Two humans, father and son, picked him up and put him in a cage to heal him. Although they were well-intentional people and only tried to help, Finch felt alone and abandoned caged between those cold bars, and missed the warmth of his home. However, he soon realized that the cage that traps him is also his shield and protects him from the countless dangers existing out there in the the nature, and more than once the cage saves him from being the supper of an odd wild animal. The next day, father and son offer the bird an an unexpected chance at freedom. Will Finch take it and choose to be free, even if the world is full of dangers?

Only when we experience the real world can we know our limits.

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Finalista en los Moonbeam Children's Book Awards 2019. Pinzón, un pajarito enjaulado, descubrirá que para ser realmente feliz hay que ser libres, aunque el peligro siempre esté al acecho.

El día que Pinzón cayó del nido fue uno de los más importante de su vida. En el nido la vida era tranquila, sus padres lo alimentaban y cuidaban de él, mientras que él se sentía el hijo más querido del mundo. Hasta que el árbol que custodiaba su casa se sacudió y Pinzón cayó al vacío.

Un padre y un hijo lo recogieron y lo introdujeron en una jaula para cuidar de él. Aunque no tenían malas intenciones, Pinzón se sentía solo enjaulado entre esos barrotes fríos y extraña el calor de su hogar. Sin embargo, pronto se da cuenta que esa jaula que lo retiene también lo protege de los mil peligros que existen allí fuera, en plena naturaleza, y más de una vez se salva de ser la cena de uno que otro animal salvaje. Al día siguiente, padre e hijo ofrecen al pájaro una inesperada oportunidad: ser libre. Elegirá Pinzón la libertad, aunque esté llena de peligros?

Solo cuando experimentamos el mundo real podemos conocer nuestros límites

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Author: Javier Sobrino
Publisher: Cuento de Luz SL
Published: 09/03/2019
Pages: 28
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 0.95lbs
Size: 10.40h x 8.50w x 0.40d
ISBN: 9788416733514
Language: Spanish
Audience: Ages 4-8

About the Author

Javier Sobrino (Asturias, Spain, 1960) is a primary school teacher, award winning writer and researcher on children's literature and reading promotion. For 28 years, he has collaborted in the Santander children's and youth literature magazine "Peonza". He has planted numerous trees and published nearly twenty books, mostly picture books. He enjoys collecting spinning tops, lighthouses, and friends. He wants to finish the Tower of Babel, sail the Amazon River, discover the secrets of Samarkand, contemplate the streets of Macondo and travel through Utopia.

Federico Delicado (Badajoz, 1956) is an Spanish award winning illustrator. Attracted by the world of drawing, he graduated in Fine Arts from the Complutense University of Madrid and soon began to work as a full-time illustrator in the 70s. He has been a contributor to the Spanish newspaper El País, although most of his work consists in illustrating children's and youth books for several publishers, being selected for the White Ravens list in 2015. In addition to illustrating children's books, he collaborates in different press media, such as the newspapers El País or El Correo de Andalucía. He has won several prizes in literary competitions, such as the Emilia Pardo Bazán Prize for non-sexist literature in 2002, the second prize at the Alicante City Illustrated Children's Album International Contest in 2005 with his book El petirrojo, and the Compostela International Prize for picture books with Ícaro.

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