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Un Misterio En El Bosque (a Mystery in the Forest)

Un Misterio En El Bosque (a Mystery in the Forest)

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A new adventure of The Lonely Mailman's beloved characters. A charming tale, printed in stone paper, that invites readers to think about the emotional impact of jealousy, the importance of empathy, and the ability to forgive.

Deer wakes up every morning at the break of dawn, when the sun begins to rise and illuminates the entire field. Deer's daily routine consists of harvesting seasonal fruits: winter is the time for oranges, pears and apples, spring for strawberries and cherries, summer for raspberries and figs, and autumn is for chestnuts and hazelnuts. And you may wonder ... What does Deer do with all those fruits? You see, Deer loves to cook with all the ingredients that he collects every morning, but what makes him extremely happy is to gather all his friends and share his elaborate dishes with them.

One morning like any other, Deer starts his daily route, but someone seems to have already been there... Worried, Deer decides to go home, and what a surprise! The house is turned upside down and... someone has stolen his precious Secret Recipe Book! Do you dare to discover this great mystery?

Read the first pages of Un misterio en el bosque here below:

Regresan los entrañables personajes del exitoso libro Cartas en el bosque. Un cuento encantador, impreso en papel de piedra, que invita a reflexionar sobre el impacto emocional de los celos, la importancia de la empatía y la capacidad de perdonar.

Ciervo se despierta cada mañana con el Sol, que empieza a salir e iluminar todo el campo, llenándolo de colores. La rutina de Ciervo consiste en recolectar la fruta de temporada: naranjas, peras y manzanas en invierno, fresas y cerezas en primavera, frambuesas e higos en verano y castañas y avellanas en otoño. Y podréis preguntaros... Qué hace Ciervo con todas esas frutas? Veréis, a Ciervo le encanta cocinar con todos los ingredientes que recoge cada mañana, pero lo que más le hace feliz es reunir a todos sus amigos y compartir con ellos sus platos tan elaborados.

Una mañana como cualquier otra, Ciervo emprende de nuevo su ruta diaria, pero alguien parece haber estado ahí... Preocupado, Ciervo decide volver a casa, y menuda sorpresa! La casa está patas arriba y... alguien ha robado su preciado Libro de Recetas secretos! Te atreves a descubrir este gran misterio?

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Author: Susanna Isern
Publisher: Cuento de Luz SL
Published: 09/15/2020
Pages: 32
Binding Type: Hardcover
Weight: 0.95lbs
Size: 10.40h x 8.40w x 0.40d
ISBN: 9788416733910
Language: Spanish
Audience: Ages 4-8

About the Author

Susanna Isern (La Seu d'Urgell, Spain, 1978) is an award-winning children's books author. She is also professor of Psychology of learning at the European University of the Atlantic and directs the Cabinet of Psychology at Aula Dédalo in Santander. Since she published her first picture book in 2011, more than 30 children's books have seen the light of day. Most of her works are sold internationally and can be found in more than a dozen languages, and also written in Braille. Among her most popular albums we find What Are You Scared of, Little Mouse? awarded Silver Medal in the USA Moonbeam Children's Books Award 2015 and The Magic Ball of Wool, awarded Silver Medal at the USA Moonbeam Children's Book Awards 2013.

Daniel Montero Galán (Madrid, 1981) was born prematurely, at the early age of zero. His head was always full of birds. As time went by, they reproduced, and along came a lot of different kinds of creatures, making a great noise--squawks, grunts and screams... so he decided to transfer them into paper to silence them. He keeps a deal with his drawings: they live thanks to him and he lives from them. Because of this symbiosis, more than thirty illustrated books behind him stand up for him to testify that his thing in life is drawing. Day by day, and every other night, he continues to perfect spiral and rectilinear shapes to keep fit without losing shape. Watercolor fights a great battle with the marker to have a leading role on its cardboard.

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