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Meškių istorijos #4

Svajonių sodas

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Meškiai dar maži, bet jų svajonės - didelės. Vienam tai gali būti stebuklingas teptukas, galintis nupiešti viską, ką tik panorėsi. Kitam - sodas, kuriame auga...svajonės. Kasdien meškiai išmoksta naujų dalykų: supranta, kad svarbiausia piešti iš širdies, godumas gali apkarsti, o su tuo, kas tau iš pradžių nepatiko, įmanoma ir net labai smagu susidraugauti.

„Stebuklingas sodas" – ketvirtoji rašytojos Evelinos Daciūtės ir iliustratorės Rasos Kaper kuriamos serijos „Meškių istorijos" knyga.

Meškiai gyvena Didžiojoje girioje, o jų gyvenime nutinka daug dalykų - taip pat, kaip ir vaikų. Meškiai pykstasi ir draugauja, liūdi ir džiaugiasi, ieško atsakymų į klausimus, patiria įvairių nuotykių ir sužino įdomiausių dalykų apie save bei kitus.

56 pages, Hardcover

First published December 1, 2016

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Evelina Daciūtė

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Evelina Daciūtė is an author of children’s books with a a collection of poetry for adults entitled Žuvys fontanuose. Her debut book was a collection of children’s stories Meškių istorijos (illustrated by Rasa Kaper). Daciutė’s book Drambliai ėjo į svečius (illustrated by Inga Dagilė) was nominated by the Lithuanian Section of IBBY in 2015 as the best children’s book and was translated into Chinese, Russian and Greek. E. Daciūtės’s best known children’s book Laimė yra lapė (illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė) received the Domicėlė Tarabildienė Award from the Lithuanian Section of IBBY in 2016 for the most beautiful book of the year, as well as illustrator prizes from Nami, South Korea, Sharjah, and the Bologna Children’s Book Fair. In 2019, it received The Batchelder Award, granted by the American Library Association for the most exceptional children’s book published in the US which has not been written in the United States nor in English. In 2018, the book was included in the IBBY honorary list for its illustrations, and in 2019, in The White Raven catalogue of the world’s most influential children’s books. Daciutė’s book was translated into English, Chinese, Korean, Latvian, Romanian, Slovak, Estonian, Turkish, Croatian, Western Armenian and Ukrainian, and two plays have been staged based on it by Lithuanian theatre directors.

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