Watermelon Madness (inbunden)
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Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
32
Utgivningsdatum
2018-05-17
Förlag
Caillou
Medarbetare
Fidawi, Maya (ill.)
Illustratör/Fotograf
Maya Fidawi
Dimensioner
284 x 221 x 10 mm
Vikt
499 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9782924786222
Watermelon Madness (inbunden)

Watermelon Madness

Inbunden Engelska, 2018-05-17
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Noura is crazy about watermelon. She wants to eat nothing else, every day, at every meal. In fact, Noura thinks there is no such thing as too much watermelon. Until one night, when the watermelon she has hidden in her room to eat all by herself begins to grow and Noura gets taken on a wild watermelon adventure! A story that can be the springboard for a discussion on favorite foods, eating a balanced diet, sharing with others and trying new foods.
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KIRKUS REVIEW Noura loves to eat watermelon all day, every day, but one night she discovers that there is such a thing as too much watermelon. When Noura, a young Arab girl, sits down for lunch with her parents, Mama puts a plate of molokhiya with chicken and rice in front of her, but she turns up her nose. "I don't like molokhiya. I don't like chicken. I only want watermelon," she says. When Baba insists, Noura shouts for watermelon. This scene is left hanging, but that evening Noura sneaks into the kitchen and finds a big watermelon. Wanting it all for herself, she hides it under her bed and falls asleep thinking of it. Noura dreams that the watermelon grows to be enormous, and she goes inside it and eats watermelon until her tummy hurts. When she screams in pain in her dream, her mother wakes her, and she feels ashamed for hiding the watermelon for herself. The next morning, Noura eats all of her breakfast--egg, zaatar with olive oil, and milk--without complaint. The wildly expressive illustrations, drawn with pencil and painted with strokes of color, highlight the gaping abyss of Noura's mouth as she devours, shouts, and cries. A cautionary tale with a swift conclusion, this is an uncommon type of picture book in the mainstream American market. A fun read for those who enjoy dramatic, spirited children and a welcome presence of Arab culture on the page. (Picture book. 3-8)