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Here Comes the Bride

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Filomena is a seamstress who spends her days creating gorgeous wedding dresses for many lovely brides. And when it’s finally her turn to be the one to walk down the aisle, she can hardly contain herself. She gets right to work, putting her heart and soul into making her dress. But Filomena gets carried away. She adds so many frills, feathers, and lace that her groom barely ...more
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published January 12th 2010 by Tundra Books (first published March 11th 2003)
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Filomena the seamstress finally finds herself getting married, but ends up losing herself and possibly her love while focusing on her dream dress. Very cute love story or "Not seeing the forest for the trees" story. An opportunity to use an Italian accent. Might be good for older school-aged kids if they are interested in some romance!
Wonderful illustrations in this quirky book
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HELL!! I wanna own this book :-<
Rather a silly story, but cute.
Silly and fun!
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Beatrice Masini è una giornalista, traduttrice e scrittrice italiana.

Ha vinto il Premio Pipì per Signore e signorine - Corale greca, il Premio Elsa Morante Ragazzi per La spada e il cuore - Donne della Bibbia e il Premio Andersen - Il mondo dell'infanzia come miglior autore.

È anche conosciuta per aver tradotto i libri della saga di Harry Potter della scrittrice britannica J. K. Rowling per la vers
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