Hija (Little One)

Ariel Andrés Almada (Author) Sonja Wimmer (Illustrator)
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"The delightful illustrations lift this above many others of its ilk..." -Kirkus Reviews

  • A delightful story to share with inquisitive daughters.
  • To the dreamers. To the ones who love braids.
  • To the ones who prefer to wear their hair down.
  • To the ones who fill their mouths with jelly.
  • To the ones that chat away, even when they're asleep.
  • To the ones who watch in silence, and smile.
  • To the ones who discover the world in the tiniest things.

    A message of love, to remind daughters all over the world that their moms and dads will be there every step of the way through the wonderful adventure that is life.

    From the authors of best-selling children's stories Ariel Andr s Almada (author) andSonja Wimmer (illustration) comes a tale dedicated to all of the families who have a daughter in their homes. A journey that takes in their first words, the discovery of their emotions, and their dreams: a tale full of situations that are sure to be familiar to moms, dads, and daughters alike. If you have a daughter, this is the book for you

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  • Product Details

    Price
    $16.95  $15.59
    Publisher
    Cuento de Luz SL
    Publish Date
    February 01, 2020
    Pages
    32
    Dimensions
    8.4 X 0.4 X 10.4 inches | 0.9 pounds
    Language
    Spanish
    Type
    Hardcover
    EAN/UPC
    9788416733712
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    About the Author

    The award-winning author Ariel Andres Almada was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina where he graduated in Business Administration.

    After several years studying and working as a designer in her hometowns of Munich and Brussels, Sonja Wimmer decided to devote herself to illustration and traveled to Barcelona to continue her artistic training at the Llotja School of Design Art. Since then, she lives between brushes and stories, working as an illustrator and freelance for publishers and other customers worldwide. She has received many awards for her work in the United States, most notably Gold Medal for Best Illustrator for The Word Collector.

    Reviews

    "The delightful illustrations lift this above many others of its ilk..." -Kirkus Reviews Best-selling children's book on New Experiences at Amazon.es