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Ρεβιθοκοντούλης (Παραμύθια...αλλιώς)

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Δύο όψεις μιας ιστορίας σε ένα βιβλίο. Η διάσημη ιστορία του Κοντορεβιθούλη, περίπου όπως την ξέρουμε, αλλά και η ιστορία… αλλιώς, ιδωμένη από μια άλλη οπτική γωνία.

Πώς γίνεται ένας γονιός να παρατάει τα παιδιά του στο δάσος, όσο δύσκολα κι αν είναι τα πράγματα;
Και ο Κοντορεβιθούλης, αφού ήταν τόσο έξυπνος, δεν ήξερε ότι τα ψιχουλάκια δεν θα άντεχαν για πολύ στο δάσος; Κι
Hardcover, 1st, 64 pages
Published November 8th 2017 by Εκδόσεις Διόπτρα
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Πάνος Τουρλής
Mar 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Ο Κοντορεβιθούλης είναι ένα τρυφερό και όμορφο παραμύθι που μας συντρόφεψε στα νηπιακά μας χρόνια και κατεγράφη πρώτη φορά από τον Σαρλ Περώ το 1697. Ο πρωτότυπος τίτλος του («Le petit Poucet» στα γαλλικά ή «Der kleine Daumling» στα γερμανικά) παραπέμπει στο μέγεθος ενός παιδιού ίσο με έναν αντίχειρα, οπότε στα ελληνικά μεταφράστηκε με αυτό το ευφάνταστο όνομα και από τότε συντροφεύει όλων μας τα παιδικά όνειρα. Ο Κοντορεβιθούλης είναι η ιστορία ενός παιδιού που οι γονείς του, πάμφτωχοι και πειν ...more
Effrosyni Moschoudi
Delightful and clever!

This is the second book by this author that I've now read--the first one being the heart-rending picture book 'One Heart'--and I loved the concept of questioning fairy tales in this series. It's a wonderful idea that sparks curiosity in children's minds, encouraging them to think for themselves.

Filbert Numbscull is the main character throughout the series. Unlike the delightful surname that suggests otherwise when pronounced, this is actually a clever little owl that even p
Nicholas Rossis
Mar 06, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Little Thumb continues Gioti's revisionist take on old classics. These revisions have been attempted before, often with a humorous slant, but Gioti takes a more creative approach. Without ever getting didactic, she spins the familiar tales to discuss matters dear to any parent: sibling cooperation, achieving adulthood, and facing our worst fears.

More than that, her books teach children to think critically and not to judge a book by its cover. Marina's wonderful illustrations perfectly complemen
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Children’s books and art are Marina Gioti’s (Greek: Μαρίνα Γιώτη) twin passions; passions that have found their perfect expression in her best-selling children’s books. Born in Athens, Greece, Marina studied Marketing and Fine Arts at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. followed by Communication Design and illustration at Pratt Institute in N.Y. She is the 1999 recipient of the John Peter’s ...more