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Fairy tales of the forest

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Fairy tales of the forest

by Rina Singh, with illustrations by Helen Cann

Have you ever thought of a tree as a friend?

Trees are homes for birds, insects or animals, they are welcoming shelters from rain or summer sun, they are wonderful hiding places for children and their games. But have you ever thought of a tree as a friend? Don't trees also have thoughts and memories, or maybe they even speak and we would hear them if we listened carefully enough? Through this anthology of stories about trees, collected from all over the world, Rina Singh proposes that we rethink our relationship with trees and the forest.

Exuberantly illustrated by Helen Cann, in an abundance of nuance and detail, and with brief information about the species of trees spoken of in each story, this book will encourage children to recognize and appreciate the many gifts that trees give us offers them.

Rina Singh was born in India and has lived in Canada since 1980, where he teaches visual arts, dramatic art and creativity classes in elementary schools. "A book comes when you have an idea that you persevere with and enrich it with a little magic," she says. This recipe for writing has proven successful for Rina Singh, who is the author of numerous children's books, highly acclaimed by critics and especially readers.

Helen Cann has been drawing since 1992, after graduating from the School of Art at the University of Wales. His works are not only on paper, but also on textiles, ceramics or wood. He also deals successfully with jewelry design.

Andreea Demirgian she is the author of children's books, translator and producer of shows at Radio Romania International.

Age group: 3ÔÇô12 years
22 ├Ś 27 cm/ book with laminated cover/ 64 pages.
ISBN: 978-973-88905-6-5/ Year of publication: 2011
Translation by: Andreea Demirgian

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