Candy Pink by Adela Turin
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Curiously, there are no ramifications for this subversive behavior, and, liberated, they all turn gray. Cartoonish illustrations are largely redundant of the message-driven text, though other animals appear as observers to the elephants’ story. A simplistic, well-meaning tale.
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The book created by Adela Turin 40 years ago to promote equality between boys and girls arrives for the first time in the United States. A must.

Adela Turin is an art historian and lives in Paris. She founded a publishing house for children books in Milan in 1974. That was the origin of an editorial experience at that time where she tackled girls' rights. Her work is very well known in France, Italy, and Spain, and she has been translated into different languages.

Nella Bosnia participated with Adela Turin in founding the publishing house, and illustrated her first picture books.

 

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Adela Turin: An art historian, Adela Turin founded a publishing house for children books in Milan in 1974. That was the origin of a editorial experience at that time where she tackled girls’ rights. Her work is very well known in France, Italy and Spain, and she has been translated into different languages.She lives in Paris.Nella Bosnia: Nella Bosnia participated with Adela Turin in founding the publishing house, and illustrated her first 5 picture books
 
Published November 15, 2016 by NubeOcho. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.
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on Sep 19 2016

Curiously, there are no ramifications for this subversive behavior, and, liberated, they all turn gray. Cartoonish illustrations are largely redundant of the message-driven text, though other animals appear as observers to the elephants’ story. A simplistic, well-meaning tale.

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