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Safe & Sound (Inglese) Copertina rigida – 1 feb 2017

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Loris Lora is a Los Angeles based freelance illustrator and a graduate of Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. Loris has had her work published in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Nobrow magazine. In addition, her artwork has been featured in galleries across the globe. Her first work with Nobrow was the Eisner-nominated leporello, Eventually Everything Connects. Safe & Sound is her first picture book. She lives in Pasadena, California.

Jean Roussen is a Swiss-French graphic designer and writer. He is the best-selling author of Beautiful Birds, also published by Flying Eye Books. He lives in Paris, France.

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4.0 su 5 stelle Beautiful bedtime book, will last for a long time. If the parents like it (I do!) it will get read a lot more often! 6 maggio 2017
Di GrandmaBlondie - Pubblicato su
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This is a beautifully illustrated, charming little bedtime story. The book describes the way that baby animals stay close to their parents to stay safe and warm, away from predators and the cold. Slightly stylized illustrations in vivid color really please the eye. The book is even signature bound (sewn binding, rather than glued) and seems like a very durable hardback book with good thick paper. I sort of like that the illustrations aren't glossy. It's a good aesthetic. I particularly like the last frame, where the jungle and wild animals are populating the child's dream, and filling his room.

If I have a critique, it's only that the book is rhymed but not metered. I say that authors should either do unrhymed prose or write in meter and rhyme together. It's awkward to read something rhymed but not metered, and feels forced. A little more work and we could have both.

Lovely book, and I look forward to reading it to my daughter. Right now she ignores the story and tries to eat the book. When she's older, she's going to love this one.
5.0 su 5 stelle Lovely illustrations, perfect length for a little one, great for nature loving toddlers 18 maggio 2017
Di redhed - Pubblicato su
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I received a copy of this book to review, with my toddler. We're just starting to transition to longer non-board books like this and for some reason, this particular book has become one of her favorites in the last couple of weeks since we received it from Amazon. I like that the story is nice, simple, and the illustrations are lovely. The story starts out explaining that many animals need the protection of their mommies and daddies when they are little. It then introduces animal family-child pairs and uses proper terminology (but with cute rhymes) to explain how animal parents care for their young. Our toddler is really interested in shows like Wild Kratts and PBS Nature, so I like that this book fits nicely into that development. It's also short enough and has concise enough text that it keeps my 22-month-old's attention. She brings this book to me in the morning and wants me to read it to her while we snuggle in bed - so cute. My only small criticism is that the paper on which the book is printed is very thin. My toddler looooooves turning pages herself while I read to her.and I get worried about the longevity of the pages with how thin the paper is. I would love to see this on a little bit thicker paper or even as a board book. Other than that, it's so cute and a great book for a cuddly toddler who is also exploring their independence from mommy and daddy.
5.0 su 5 stelle Cute children's book for younger ages that tells an affectionate story of young with their parents! 10 maggio 2017
Di Andrew Lade - Pubblicato su
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This is a very cute children's book suitable for my 19 month old twin daughters. It tells the story of many animals and how they stick close to their parents for safety, love and protection. The end shows a human child with their own parents, and what I love about this specifically, is it is an interracial family! It is a Caucasian father with an African American mother and their mixed race child. This is excellent and exactly what I'd like my children growing up seeing that this is normal. With them being exposed to this and it being seen as normal, my children will see love for what it truly is. I am half Asian myself, and my wife is of British ancestry. So they already see somewhat of interracial marriage, but I quite like that this is included instead of the traditional same race marriages.

Beyond that, the book is very short and suitable for the younger ages for short storytimes. Especially when they always ask for it to be re-read over and over again. I truly enjoy this book!
4.0 su 5 stelle Parent animals protecting baby animals 13 maggio 2017
Di Boaz S. - Pubblicato su
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My kids were not excited about this - but they are at a stage where they are very picky about a few preferred books, so I will review the item from my eyes as an adult.

I liked: The artwork and choice of colors are very pleasing, all those animals in family setting really tickled my maternal instinct. It was a nice surprise to see the human family had a white daddy and a black mommy like my own family.
I love teaching about animals.

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Zoological narrative is pretty accurate but kids will grow up to learn that some animals have less comforting relationships with young ones, such as eating or starving the weak etc.
The story's message here is that the world is dangerous and you should rely on your parents for protection. I'm not saying it's a bad message but you should think for yourself if you are looking for it in children's books.
2.0 su 5 stelle Not what I was expecting.... 12 maggio 2017
Di Lazy Day Gardener - Pubblicato su
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I confess, I was a bit disappointed with “Safe & Sound,” words by Jean Roussen, pictures by Loris Lora.

My first reaction was to the graphics. The colors (the book was printed in Poland) are rather dull. They aren’t the bright, interesting colors I’d expected. The illustrations themselves are okay. Not innovative or intriguing, but pretty well standard.

But it’s the text that gave me the most problems. It rhymes in a sing-song fashion which some children may enjoy, but I found a bit forced. Most importantly, I hesitate to give it to my granddaughter because of the final page which warns children that they will have nothing to fear if they stay with their parents. That’s not a message that I want to send and I fear her parents’ reaction to encouraging dependence would not be positive.