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miércoles, 11 de abril de 2012

NOW WHAT WILL HAPPEN? On a bright spring morning, a walk in the countryside is always a joy. Us away from the monotony and stress in which we are immersed every day, our jobs, our problems, the rush of the city, of those gray days that sometimes we have .... Time stops, our problems are minimized and enjoyed the silence of the landscape. It may be perhaps the best day of our lives, alone or in company of others ..... Thought that the protagonists of this story tired of his monotonous life on the farm are preparing to take a walk through the countryside. But something I did not going to make that great day, supposedly idyllic, is a different day. Unexpected events one by one they make the same question over and over again. Y. .... Now what will happen? But there is always a solution, albeit accidentally, out of our problems. A book that shows us that individuality does not give us answers and get that only through unity and cooperation, that which gives us the strength to provide solutions or to our questions ... Nuria Reguera Diaz returns in this first book by the illustrator Raquel Diaz Reguera, children's literary tradition cumulative tale in a masterly way and gives way "Now what will happen? (Editorial Loguez), creating the necessary suspense for wanting to keep turning the pages to the end and making the story for young readers as amusing and fun that we want to read it over and over again, get them involved in reading the text through the use of onomatopoeia to make the text dynamic and fun while playing with the reader through repetition and the musicality of his verses. And what about the pictures of Rachel Diaz Reguera that binds to the story with their drawings and brushes giving it the necessary color to this book for young readers. The illustrator Seville achieved as long as we stop in each of the characters he draws and strolling through the pages of this story and enjoy its details, giving something as difficult as it is a touch of humor suggested by the text and wake up smiling .


NOW WHAT WILL HAPPEN?



On a bright spring morning, a walk in the countryside is always a joy. Us away  from the monotony and stress in which we are immersed every day, our jobs, our problems, the rush of the city, of those gray days that sometimes we have .... Time stops, our problems are minimized and enjoyed the silence of the landscape. It may be perhaps the best day of our lives, alone or in company of others .....


Thought that the protagonists of this story tired of his monotonous life on the farm are preparing to take a walk through the countryside. But something I did not going to make that great day, supposedly idyllic, is a different day. Unexpected events one by one they make the same question over and over again. Y. .... Now what will happen?



But there is always a solution, albeit accidentally, out of our problems. A book that shows us that individuality does not give us answers and   get that only through unity and cooperation, that which gives us the strength to provide solutions or  to our questions ...


Nuria Reguera Diaz returns in this first book by the illustrator Raquel Diaz Reguera, children's literary tradition cumulative tale in a masterly way and gives way "Now what will happen? (Editorial Loguez), creating the necessary suspense for wanting to keep turning the pages to the end and  making the story for young readers as amusing and fun that we want to read it over and over again, get them involved in reading the text through the use of onomatopoeia to make the text dynamic and fun while playing with the reader through repetition and the musicality of his verses.


And what about the pictures of Rachel Diaz Reguera that binds to the story with their drawings and brushes giving it the necessary color to this book for young readers.The illustrator Seville   achieved as long as we stop  in each of the characters he draws and strolling through the  pages of this story and enjoy its details, giving something as difficult as it is a touch of humor suggested by the text and wake up smiling .

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