Siempre te querré

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Timun Mas, 2000 - 25 pages
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Maravilloso cuento en rima que trata del amor filial. El protagonista, un pequeño zorro enfadado y tristón, cree que nadie lo quiere de corazón. Pero eso no es cierto, y la madre del pequeño se lo quiere demostrar. Pareciera ser que ésa es la preocupación de todo niño. Piensan que el amor de sus padres está condicionado a sus conductas y temen que al fallarles dejen de quererlos: ¿me seguirán queriendo a pesar de mis travesuras, aunque me haya portado mal en la escuela, haya peleado con mis hermanos o haya desobedecido a mi profesora o a mis abuelos? Los padres, por su parte, desean convencer a sus hijos que el amor no tiene barreras y que no hay travesura tan grande que no se pueda perdonar. Recomendado para niños a partir de los 3 años.

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Author and illustrator Debi Gliori was born in 1959 in Glasgow, Scotland. She went to school there as well and studied design and illustration at Edinburgh College of Art. She received an Andrew Grant traveling scholarship to go to Milan for a year. Gliori is best known for her work with children's books. Her picture book Mr. Bear to the Rescue won the Children's Book Award and was short listed for the Kate Greenaway Prize. Where, Oh Where, is Baby Bear? was shortlisted for the Sainsbury's Baby Book Award in 2001. Always and Forever, written by Alan Durant and illustrated by Debi Gliori, was shortlisted for the Kate Greenaway Medal in 2003. Her work has also been shortlisted for the Scottish Arts Council Award (for Pure Dead Wicked in 2003), and for the Royal Mail Award, for Stormy Weather in 2010.

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