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Little Treasures: Endearments from Around the World

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Publisher Comments:

A tender collection of endearments for children the world over.
All over the world, people express their love for their children through endearments, such as “sweetie pie” or “peanut.” A child might be called little angel, angelito, in Spanish or precious, bao bei, in Chinese or my sweet little moon, mera chanda, in Hindi.

Little Treasures offers a wealth of endearments in fourteen languages to share with your own beloved poppet and petit chou.

 

Review:

"Move over, 'sunshine.' Ogburn and Raschka give families a whole new vocabulary with which to express their love, exploring terms of endearment used around the globe. Impish, doe-eyed figures rendered in broad, calligraphic brushstrokes wear with pride terms like 'ducky,' used in England, and 'kullanmuru,' which means 'nugget of gold' in Finland. Raschka forgoes painting his characters with black, brown, or white skin, instead using gleeful pinks, blues, teals, and greens. The phrases appear both in English and in their original languages (Cyrillic, Mandarin, and Arabic characters are included), with phonetic pronunciations provided for such terms as 'xiao pie dou' ('little mischievous pea' in China) and 'yeinay filiklik' ('my bubble of joy' in Ethiopia). The message about familial love being a universal human trait is clearly and joyfully articulated; it's hard to imagine a sweeter concept. Ages 4 — 8." Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.

Synopsis:

You can begin the day by saying, and#147;Good morning!and#8221; Or you could say, and#147;Guten morgen,and#8221; or and#147;buon giorno,and#8221; too. They all mean and#147;good morningand#8221; in different languages!

In this book you can learn how to say and#147;thank youand#8221; and and#147;pleaseand#8221; in Chinese and and#147;noand#8221; in French, and and#147;yesand#8221; in Zulu.

Twelve common phrases, twelve very different languages (German, Hebrew, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Hindi, Chinese, Zulu, Japanese, Italian, French, and Portuguese), and one very fun book!

Synopsis:

In this dynamic counting book you can learn to count in ten different languages: Spanish, French, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Tagalog, Russian, Hindi, Hebrew, and even Zulu! Amaze your teachers, impress your friends, and prepare yourself for world travel with this incredible counting book that's unlike any other. Lezlie Evans's jaunty rhyme and Denis Roche's vibrant illustrations are sure to intrigue young language learners.

Synopsis:

The charming story of a cranky old ghost who haunts the bake shop she used to own is now in paperback!

Cora Lee Merriweather had a lemon pucker mouth and hair scraped back into a hard little bun. Cora Lee also baked the best pies and cakes for miles. But now Cora Lee haunts the shop she used to own. When new bakers arrive to take over her empty bake shop, she scares them away. Then Annie Washington comes to town, and it seems Cora Lee has met her match.

About the Author

Marjorie Priceman has illustrated many books for children, including the Caldecott Honorwinning books Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin and Hot Air: The (Mostly) True Story of the First Hot-Air Balloon Ride. Marjorie lives in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.
Jacqueline K. Ogburn worked as an editor at New York publishing houses for a decade before moving to a new home in North Carolina, raising her children, and beginning a second career as a children's book author.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780547428628
Author:
Ogburn, Jacqueline K
Publisher:
Houghton Mifflin
Author:
Evans, Lezlie
Author:
Karas, G. Brian
Author:
Ceccoli, Nicoletta
Author:
Raschka, Chris
Author:
Roche, Denis
Author:
Beeler, Selby
Author:
Ogburn, Jacqueline K.
Author:
Meyers, Susan
Author:
Fox, Mem
Author:
Priceman, Marjorie A.
Author:
Frazee, Marla
Author:
Oxenbury, Helen
Author:
Ogburn, Jacqueline
Subject:
Fairy Tales & Folklore - Single Title
Subject:
Horror & Ghost Stories
Subject:
Concepts - General
Subject:
Family - General
Subject:
Concepts - Counting
Subject:
Bedtime & Dreams
Subject:
General Juvenile Fiction
Subject:
Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Magic
Subject:
Children s-Concepts
Subject:
Children s-Reference Family and Genealogy
Edition Description:
Hardback - picture book
Publication Date:
20120131
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Grade Level:
from P up to 3
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Full-color illustrations
Pages:
32
Dimensions:
8 x 10 in 1 lb
Age Level:
from 5 to 8

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Product details 32 pages Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) - English 9780547428628 Reviews:
"Publishers Weekly Review" by , "Move over, 'sunshine.' Ogburn and Raschka give families a whole new vocabulary with which to express their love, exploring terms of endearment used around the globe. Impish, doe-eyed figures rendered in broad, calligraphic brushstrokes wear with pride terms like 'ducky,' used in England, and 'kullanmuru,' which means 'nugget of gold' in Finland. Raschka forgoes painting his characters with black, brown, or white skin, instead using gleeful pinks, blues, teals, and greens. The phrases appear both in English and in their original languages (Cyrillic, Mandarin, and Arabic characters are included), with phonetic pronunciations provided for such terms as 'xiao pie dou' ('little mischievous pea' in China) and 'yeinay filiklik' ('my bubble of joy' in Ethiopia). The message about familial love being a universal human trait is clearly and joyfully articulated; it's hard to imagine a sweeter concept. Ages 4 — 8." Publishers Weekly (Starred Review) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
"Synopsis" by ,
You can begin the day by saying, and#147;Good morning!and#8221; Or you could say, and#147;Guten morgen,and#8221; or and#147;buon giorno,and#8221; too. They all mean and#147;good morningand#8221; in different languages!

In this book you can learn how to say and#147;thank youand#8221; and and#147;pleaseand#8221; in Chinese and and#147;noand#8221; in French, and and#147;yesand#8221; in Zulu.

Twelve common phrases, twelve very different languages (German, Hebrew, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Hindi, Chinese, Zulu, Japanese, Italian, French, and Portuguese), and one very fun book!

"Synopsis" by ,
In this dynamic counting book you can learn to count in ten different languages: Spanish, French, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Tagalog, Russian, Hindi, Hebrew, and even Zulu! Amaze your teachers, impress your friends, and prepare yourself for world travel with this incredible counting book that's unlike any other. Lezlie Evans's jaunty rhyme and Denis Roche's vibrant illustrations are sure to intrigue young language learners.
"Synopsis" by ,
The charming story of a cranky old ghost who haunts the bake shop she used to own is now in paperback!

Cora Lee Merriweather had a lemon pucker mouth and hair scraped back into a hard little bun. Cora Lee also baked the best pies and cakes for miles. But now Cora Lee haunts the shop she used to own. When new bakers arrive to take over her empty bake shop, she scares them away. Then Annie Washington comes to town, and it seems Cora Lee has met her match.

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