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L'AUTUNNO DELLA PICCOLA OCA
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L'AUTUNNO DELLA PICCOLA OCA

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Product ID: 9788829600359
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ORIGINAL TITLE: Little Goose's Autumn
AUTHOR: Elli Woollard
ILLUSTRATOR: Briony May Smith
TRANSLATOR: Giuditta Campello
PUBLISHER: Emme Editore
YEAR OF PUBLICATION: 2020
GENRE: Children story, Fiction
RECOMMENDED AGE: 3+ (Native Italian Language Speakers); Gr.2+ (Italian Second Language Speakers)
NUMBER OF PAGES: 32
FORMAT: Hardback 28.5cm x 25.5cm
LANGUAGE: Italian 

ITALIAN DESCRIPTION:
C'è qualcosa di diverso oggi nel bosco. L'aria è più fresca. E arrivato l'autunno. La Piccola Oca sente di avere qualcosa di molto importante da fare. Ma cosa? Una storia sulla ricerca del proprio posto nel mondo. Una storia dolcissima sulla ricerca del proprio posto nel mondo.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION:
Little Goose's Autumn is a stunning story from an exciting picture book pairing and the uplifting tale of a lively young goose finding her place in the world. As summer fades to autumn, a lively young goose feels a change in the air and senses she has something important to do – but what? The beavers are chopping wood, the squirrels are storing nuts in the ground and the bears are busy building a den. The plucky little goose tries to join in, but without great success. She realizes her wings weren't built for chopping wood, or burying food, or building a den, but they were built for something magnificent – they were built for flight...
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