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Well… today is a beautiful day, because my second book has been released
It’s all about the drawings, and the beautiful darkness inside every one of us.
I have made it with all my love and care, and I hope you like it, and it helps a bit to all those people who are different, special, insane, controversial, alone, beautiful, …perfect.
A little book. A little Broken Little Tale. As always …enjoy.
THIS HALLOWED PLACE
By TONEYE EYENOT
I am bound to walk these hallowed grounds. These derelict tombs, these burial mounds.
The weeping willows and forlorn statues dotted throughout my dark surrounds.
This be the place where I am found.
They tell you that this place is cursed, and in your mind, you fear the worst.
Before my gates, you hesitate, and cross yourself as you spy the ruined church.
Upon the steeple, a lonely crow is perched. Read more ““This Hallowed Place” by Toneye Eyenot”
The Chubby Grasshopper and His Two Friends by Shelly Krajny and illustrated by Melissa Cimino is a little lovely book for children. The story tells us about a sweet grasshopper who’s fed up of grass and decides to start baking sweet yummy goodies, such as cupcakes or cookies.
He eats and eats and eats… all summer long and he finds himself on an adventure along with two very special friends. All together will learn a valuable lesson about sharing, how important your influence over your friends is and above all, that some good things are good as long as you don’t abuse them.
“Behaviors are contagious, just like a cold.
“You are what you eat”, or so we’ve been told.”
The book is composed of fifteen poetry verses. Illustrations are abundant and very sweet, bright colors, linear figures and natural backgrounds with beautiful watercolor clouds. Very cheerful and colorful.
I love how the author makes it simple to create easy access to children. It’s fresh, quick and honey to kid’s ears.
“By autumn he felt sleepy and sad when he woke.
Nothing made him smile, not even a joke.”
Krajny doesn’t personalize the animal characters, just by the fact that they talk, but they keep their instinctive threats: they are hungry, they want to eat. I think this is very important because in children’s literature we use to make it terribly sweet and happy, and kids must learn other lessons too. Hawks hunt, snakes eat animals. So thank and the author for that.
This is a book I will definitely read to my daughter at bedtime so, of course, I recommend it to everyone.
Sweet, kind and full of energy. Congratulations!
Review written by Mar G.-Amorena
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