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My Bed: Enchanting Ways to Fall Asleep Around the World (edición 2020)

por Rebecca Bond (Autor), Salley Mavor (Ilustrador)

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Título:My Bed: Enchanting Ways to Fall Asleep Around the World
Autores:Rebecca Bond (Autor)
Otros autores:Salley Mavor (Ilustrador)
Info:HMH Books for Young Readers (2020), Edition: Illustrated, 40 pages
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Etiquetas:geography, multicultural, bedtime

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My Bed: Enchanting Ways to Fall Asleep Around the World por Rebecca Bond

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Each double page spread shows a crafted scene of children in their beds in a different part of the world (alcove/cubby beds in Norway, hammocks in Brazil and Mexico, rooftop beds in Morocco, on top of the stove in Russia, beneath a mosquito net in India, etc.). One sentence in large type is followed by two sentences in smaller type, so there is more detail for older readers and less for younger; it's fascinating on any level.

Crafted, photographed illustrations ("all original artwork stitched by hand") resemble more elaborate versions of those of Clare Beaton (I Dreamt I Was A Dinosaur by Stella Blackstone, etc.) ( )
  JennyArch | Oct 29, 2020 |
I love My Bed! I mean this new book for children, although I do also love my own bed. I have an extra deep mattress and sleep snuggled under my handmade quilts. But not everyone in the world has a bed like mine. Rebecca Bond and Salley Mavor have created a marvelous book about the many ways children across the world go to bed. As a girl I loved learning about costumes and flags of the world. The brilliance of My Bed is how it illustrates material and cultural differences through how children go to sleep. Mavor has created handmade embellished fiber scenes, exquisite in detail. It took her several years to create the art for this book. You will study each one for a long time. I know my son loved to talk about the details of the art in his children's books. I can imagine the discussions that will arise from My Bed. "My bed rocks on the water," we are told about the Netherlands where some children live on houseboats. (I am jealous!) "My bed sways in the breeze," we are told about South and Central American children who sleep in hammocks. We see an Indian child with their nets to protect against mosquitos, the alcove beds of Norway, the open air beds of Ghana, Russian beds on the large stoves. Children sleep in yurts and in courtyards and on rooftops. The Afghan carpet these children sleep on is amazing In detail. Children will learn how houses and beds across the world are constructed, and about the flora and animals around them. Each child's house is unique to its culture, and shown in context to its environment. The Japanese house shows a flowering cherry tree. On her blog Wee Folk Studio, Mavor shares how she made her art for My Bed. I am stunned by her art. I received a free ebook from the publisher through Edelweiss. My review is fair and unbiased. ( )
  nancyadair | Sep 9, 2020 |
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