One House for All

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Raven, Crayfish and Horse have always been best friends. They’re grown up now and would like to start a family. They want all their families to live together and start planning to build a house. But what should that house look like? Will they find a solution that works for all of them? 

 

A universal story about compromise and collaboration for young readers

 

 

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This book leads to discussions about the differences between animals, along with how to work with your friends to come up with compromises. I would recommend it highly.

The power of the story lies in the simplicity of its telling: that, and the absolutely superb, vibrant illustrations make for a strikingly beautiful book.

The pages are so colourful and the unique illustrations are a nice introduction to my daughter that all book illustration don't need to follow the same style. 

Juris Petraskevics’ illustrations have a wonderful dream-like quality – flowing shapes of trees and rivers, fish and flowers, glow in rich orange-reds, warm yellow-golds and deep blue-greens. Perfectly partnered, Inese Zandere’s text has a poetic quality – it is distilled and rhythmic, and highlighted with heart-warming moments.

 

A great story for encouraging children to discuss compromise, the importance of recognising your own needs whilst valuing those of others and respecting differences between friends, 'One House for All' is beautifully produced and offers something just a little different! 

 

£11.99

Book information

Age: 
Format: 
Size: 
280 x 210mm
Pages: 
32
ISBN: 
978-1-911496-06-9
Publishing date: 
October, 2017
Origin: 
Latvia
Languages: 

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