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Julia, Child (Inglês) Capa dura – 7 jul 2014


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Kyo Maclear is a critically acclaimed, award-winning author for big people and little people. Her previous picture books for children include Spork, Mr. Flux and Virginia Wolf, which won the Governor General's Literary Award for Illustration, Canada's most prestigious children's book prize. The Letter Opener, her first novel for adults, won the K.M. Hunter Artists Award and was shortlisted for the Amazon.ca/Books in Canada First Novel Award. Her most recent novel, Stray Love, appeared on several notable "Best of 2012" lists. She lives in Toronto with singer and composer David Wall and their two children. Visit her online at kyomaclearkids.com.

Julie Morstad is an author, illustrator and artist living in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her most recent book for children, How To, marks her authorial debut, and has received starred reviews in Kirkus, School Library Journal and Quill & Quire, as well as a Governor General's award nomination. Books she has illustrated for children include When You Were Small, recipient of the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award; When I Was Small, winner of the Christie Harris Illustrated Children's Literature Prize; and Singing Away the Dark, which was shortlisted for a number of children's literature prizes.

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5.0 de 5 estrelas Like buttah! 26 de julho de 2014
Por Evie B. - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa dura Compra verificada
1. Some friends are like sisters.

2. You can never use too much butter.

3. It is best to be a child FOREVER!

This was the cutest book ever! It was worth the wait, and probably one of the handful of books that I've ever preordered. I was so tempted to use a "like buttah" Saturday Night Live meme from the "Coffee Talk" skit, but decided against it. I'm sure you've got enough of a visual.

Julia and her friend Simca love French food. They especially love cooking and creating new, interesting recipes. Reflecting on how they don't want to end up like most adults, "who never watched cartoons and only read biographies", they devise a way to mix the "art of childhood" into their dishes, and thus help adults remember to lighten up.

I am a huge fan of Kyo Maclear; she's got fab style and wonderful ideas! I was equally impressed with Julie Morstad's illustrations–they were very retro and chic. I've only read Maclear's children's books, but I liked them so much that I went ahead and bought her two adult works of fiction: The Letter Opener and Stray Love. I'm sure she won't let me down. Check out this book if you get a chance! It's entertaining for people of all ages. One benefit to buying a copy: the dust jacket doubles as an awesome little book poster.
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2.0 de 5 estrelas I love cooking and Julia Child and I thought this would ... 7 de fevereiro de 2015
Por Sarah S. Harbin - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I was very excited about this book, I love cooking and Julia Child and I thought this would be a great gift for a dear friend who has children and loves to cook as well. The illustrations are charming and the book starts out in a lovely manner telling the story of friends who learn to cook together. But then the story takes a weird turn and a dinner part gets ugly because adults are "beastly" and rude and greedy and even violent. Not just a few adults, but ALL ADULTS. What? The premise of the book seems to be that children are good and adults are bad. This gave me sick feeling in my stomach. I know plenty of adults who are fun and enjoy riding bikes (an example in the book of something that adults never do) and cooking and sharing meals and who are kind and generous and try very much to be set good and gracious examples for the children in their life. It was very disappointing to read the way that all adults are villainized in this book. I think the idea had great potential, but the writing itself is lazy and uninspired. It seemed like it was aiming for a formula and missed the mark.
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2.0 de 5 estrelas My wife and I love to read books to our 3 month old daughter ... 23 de janeiro de 2015
Por Matt in CT - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa dura Compra verificada
My wife and I love to read books to our 3 month old daughter to try and keep her (and us) calm before nap time. We've read her a lot of the classics we grew up with (Cat In The Hat, Curious George, Chika Chika Boom Boom, etc.) and have been trying to mix in a few new ones as well. I'm a professional chef and I went to a French culinary school so the description of this book sounded perfect. However, to me it came across as a book where they came up with a good idea for a title and then lazily wrote an uninteresting and incoherent story to try and capitalize on Julia Child's name and popularity. The illustrations were fine enough but I found the story to make little sense. I understand it's a book for children but when you compare it to the other books we've purchased it just doesn't come close.
5.0 de 5 estrelas It's beautifully illustrated and written 18 de novembro de 2016
Por Katie Turner - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa dura Compra verificada
I ordered this for my 4 year old for Christmas this year. It's beautifully illustrated and written. She is a huge fan of baking and cooking and I myself love Julia Child so it was a no brianer to order this.
4.0 de 5 estrelas I loved this book 19 de julho de 2016
Por Lovely Reader - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: Capa dura Compra verificada
I loved this book! At first I thought this was a biography of Julia Child, however, its not. Its a cute story on how adults should slow down and make the most of life. A look at adults through a childs eyes! I loved it!