Who’s stolen the Moon?

Mario Catelli & Madalena Matoso

ISBN: 978-84-9871-141-7

Kip, the youngest of the pack, wants to howl like the big wolves; one night with a full moon he runs off to the mountain and breathes in so strongly, the moon falls from the sky… The most active way of acquiring knowledge in infancy is through imitation; the world is absorbed by children through the senses and, able to imitate, they respond to their surroundings. Play is also a fundamental part in the intellectual and emotional development; it allows the world to be explored and sets the imagination and creativity off.

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Páginas: 36 pages

Encuadernación: hardback

Medidas: 25x23 cm

Publicación: October 2009

Kip, the youngest of the pack, wants to howl like the big wolves; one night with a full moon he runs off to the mountain and breathes in so strongly, the moon falls from the sky… The most active way of acquiring knowledge in infancy is through imitation; the world is absorbed by children through the senses and, able to imitate, they respond to their surroundings. Play is also a fundamental part in the intellectual and emotional development; it allows the world to be explored and sets the imagination and creativity off. Not only this, through play children put into practice their social knowledge and learn to socialize, respecting the rules and norms. Mario Catelli tells an amusing story about learning and discoveries in life, which suggests wisdom, is acquired over the years, as is the need to enjoy each stage. The expressive illustrations by Madalena Matoso recreate the narrator’s sensitivity underlining, in the use of collage, the harmony in the compositions and elements from nature. A simple tale for an intuitive understanding of the essence of things. Text by Mario Catelli Illustrations by Madalena Matoso Translation by Mark W. Heslop

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