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Il gioco delle combinazioni
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Tullet, Hervé

Il gioco delle combinazioni / Hervé Tullet

London [etc.] : Phaidon, 2011

Abstract: Che cosa nasce dall'incontro di un cuore con una mela? Oppure di una lumaca con un limone? Gira e conmbina le pagine del libro per ottenere più di cinquanta figure! Età di lettura: da 3 anni

Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Dog Days
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Kinney, Jeff

Diary of a Wimpy Kid. Dog Days / by Jeff Kinney

London : Puffin, 2011

Tiny little fly
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Rosen, Michael

Tiny little fly / words by Michael Rosen ; pictures by Kevin Waldron

London [etc.] : Walker books, 2011

Abstract: This is a stunning, bold and funny picture book for the very young, from former Children's Laureate Michael Rosen and illustrator Kevin Waldron. My oh my! Big elephant tramping, big hippo rolling, big tiger snatching, but off flies the fly...From Michael Rosen and Kevin Waldron comes this great read-aloud story for the very young that chalks one up for the little guy. It comes with rhythmic text and clever use of sound words, this is a great read aloud.

Wolf won't bite!
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Gravett, Emily

Wolf won't bite! / Emily Gravett

[London] : Macmillan Children's books, [2011?]

Abstract: Take your seat in the front row and watch in wonder as three cheeky little circus pigs make a wild wolf jump through hoops (literally), endure feats of astounding derring-do, and even withstand perilous games of dress-up. Safe in the thought that "Wolf Won't Bite!" they even put their heads between his jaws ...but can you push a wolf too far? Sure to strike a chord with anyone who has both a pet and a young child, this is a very funny and playful story with a snappy ending!

Otto, the book bear
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Cleminson, Katie

Otto, the book bear / Katie Cleminson

London : Jonathan Cape, 2011

Abstract: Otto is a Book Bear and nothing makes him happier than when people read his book. But he also has a very special secret - when no one is looking he can come to life and explore the house. But one day something terrible happens: Otto's book is left behind when the family moves away, and now there is no one to read Otto! Otto must set off on his biggest adventure yet - to find a new home. But where is the best place for a Book Bear to live?

There are no cats in this book
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Schwarz, Viviane

There are no cats in this book / Viviane Schwarz

London : Walker books, 2011

A bit lost
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Haughton, Chris

A bit lost / Chris Haughton

London : Walker books, 2011

Abstract: A beautiful and witty picture book charting the journey of Little Owl who is just 'a bit lost'...Little Owl must be more careful when he is sleeping...Uh-oh! He has fallen from his nest, and with a bump he lands on the ground. Where is his mummy? With the earnest assistance of his new friend Squirrel, Little Owl sets off in search of her, and meets a sequence of other animals. Yet while one might have his mummy's Big Eyes, and another her Pointy Ears, they are simply not her. Chris Haughton's striking colour illustrations follow Little Owl on his quest. Which of his new friends will lead him back to his mummy? Winner of Gold in the Children's Book category at the Association of Illustrators annual awards, this title perfectly captures the timeless anxiety of separation, followed by joy of reunion, of mother and child. It features eye-catching artwork from a promising new talent. If you're not tempted to shed a tear with Mummy Owl when her son is restored to her, you must have a heart of stone.