Gabriel Alonso Alonso itibaren Hay, WA, Birleşik Devletler
A delightfully crafted coming-of-age story about a boy raised by ghosts. Bod is so terrifically normal I adored him from the start; he IS special, but it's not particularly dwelled upon. And there's a bit of a twist to the ending I found quite clever. I did not, I must confess, like the illustrations so very much.
truly a lovely introduction to birds which I hope to buy since I read a library copy. This is a great toddler book for a family that watches birds. And the pictures have identifiable, if simplified, birds in them. Appropriately, the (probably north american) child thinks birds can be green, too, but doesn't know birds like that. The pictures are child-like (note the yellow sun coming up in the page with the nice day and the storm). I especially liked the page with the imagined bird contrails. And I appreciated Sarah Ellis's review: "We have moved from bird watching through bird wondering to bird being."
Nice simple overview of the main stories of Greek mythology.
If you would like to read a book on solar cooking, I would suggest cooking with sunshine over this book.