La oruga muy hambrienta (The Very Hungry Caterpillar) by Eric Carle - PDF free download eBook

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  • Published: Oct 12, 2015
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar is inarguably one of the most popular childrens books of all time. Now, here is the Spanish board book version of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, filling an important niche for the youngest of Spanish-speaking...

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Details of La oruga muy hambrienta (The Very Hungry Caterpillar)

ISBN
9780399219337
Publisher
Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
Publication date
Age range
5 - 7 Years
Book language
ENG
Pages
32
Format
PDF, CHM, DOC, FB3
Quality
Normal quality OCR
Dimensions
12.08 (w) x 8.56 (h) x 0.41 (d)
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Some brief overview of this book

The Very Hungry Caterpillar is inarguably one of the most popular childrens books of all time. Now, here is the Spanish board book version of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, filling an important niche for the youngest of Spanish-speaking children.

Follows the progress of a hungry little caterpillar as he eats his way through a varied and very large quantity of food until, full at last, he forms a cocoon around himself, goes to sleep, and awakens as a beautiful, colorful butterfly.

n the late 1960s, Eric Carle has remained an author whose stories reliably hit the bestseller lists and remain on kids bookshelves through generations. He began as a designer of promotions and ads, and one illustration of a red lobster helped jump-start his career. The lobster caught the eye of author Bill Martin, Jr.; Martin asked Carle to illustrate the now-classic 1967 title Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? and a career was born. Born in Syracuse, New York but brought by his immigrant parents back to Germany when he was six, Carle was educated in Stuttgart and designed posters for the United States Information Center there after graduating from art school. He finally returned to the country he missed so much as a child in 1952. He eventually began procuring work on childrens titles, and found himself becoming increasingly involved in them. I felt something of my own past stirring in me, he wrote in a 2000 essay. An unresolved part of my own education needed reworking, and I began to make books — books for myself, books for the child in me, books I had yearned for. I became my own teacher — but this time an understanding one. He began his career with the 1968 title 1, 2, 3 to the Zoo; but his next title, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, is what still endears him to young readers today. Employing his bright, collage style and lending an immediacy to the tale by manifesting the caterpillars hunger in actual holes in the pages, Carle began what would be a long career of creative approaches to simple stories. From the chirp emerging from The Very Quiet Cricket to the delightful fold-out pages in Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me, Carles books provide surprises that make his stories come alive in ways that many titles for preschoolers do not. Carles style, with its diaphanous, busy and bold artwork, is perfect for engaging new readers. His stories are also popular with parents and educators for their introductions to the natural world and its cycles. Its a particular pleasure to follow Carle into different corners of the world and see what can be learned from the creatures who live in them.

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Regularly asked where he gets his ideas, Carle is quoted on his publishers web site as responding: Of course, the question of where ideas come from is the most difficult of all. Some people like to say they get ideas when theyre in the shower. Thats always a very entertaining answer, but I think its much deeper than that. It goes back to your upbringing, your education, and so forth. He does say, however, that the idea for The Very Hungry Caterpillar came when he whimsically began punching holes in some paper, which suggested to him a bookworm at work. His editor later suggested he change the bookworm to a caterpillar, and the rest is history. Carle was unhappy to be in Germany when his immigrant parents brought him back there as a child. He hated his new school and wanted to go back to America. He said: When it became apparent that we would not return, I decided that I would become a bridge builder. I would build a bridge from Germany to America and take my beloved German grandmother by the hand across the wide ocean. Before he became a freelance illustrator and began working on childrens books, Carle worked as a graphic designer for the New York Times and as art director of an ad agency.

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A few words about book author

Eric Carle

Children learn about the natural world in Eric Carles original, charming books, which include classics such as The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me. Carles vivid tissue-paper illustrations and innovations in book design have made him an author whose longevity and continued popularity are testaments to his beloved status among young readers and parents.

Biography

Ever since he began innovating the look and function of childrens stories in the late 1960s, Eric Carle has remained an author whose stories reliably hit the bestseller lists and remain on kids bookshelves through generations. He began as a designer of promotions and ads, and one illustration of a red lobster helped jump-start his career. The lobster caught the eye of author Bill Martin, Jr.; Martin asked Carle to illustrate the now-classic 1967 title Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? and a career was born. Born in Syracuse, New York but brought by his immigrant parents back to Germany when he was six, Carle was educated in Stuttgart and designed posters for the United States Information Center there after graduating from art school. He finally returned to the country he missed so much as a child in 1952. He eventually began procuring work on childrens titles, and found himself becoming increasingly involved in them. I felt something of my own past stirring in me, he wrote in a 2000 essay. An unresolved part of my own education needed reworking, and I began to make books — books for myself, books for the child in me, books I had yearned for. I became my own teacher — but this time an understanding one. He began his career with the 1968 title 1, 2, 3 to the Zoo; but his next title, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, is what still endears him to young readers today. Employing his bright, collage style and lending an immediacy to the tale by manifesting the caterpillars hunger in actual holes in the pages, Carle began what would be a long career of creative approaches to simple stories. From the chirp emerging from The Very Quiet Cricket to the delightful fold-out pages in Papa, Please Get the Moon for Me, Carles books provide surprises that make his stories come alive in ways that many titles for preschoolers do not. Carles style, with its diaphanous, busy and bold artwork, is perfect for engaging new readers. His stories are also popular with parents and educators for their introductions to the natural world and its cycles. Its a particular pleasure to follow Carle into different corners of the world and see what can be learned from the creatures who live in them.

Good To Know

Regularly asked where he gets his ideas, Carle is quoted on his publishers web site as responding: Of course, the question of where ideas come from is the most difficult of all. Some people like to say they get ideas when theyre in the shower. Thats always a very entertaining answer, but I think its much deeper than that. It goes back to your upbringing, your education, and so forth. He does say, however, that the idea for The Very Hungry Caterpillar came when he whimsically began punching holes in some paper, which suggested to him a bookworm at work. His editor later suggested he change the bookworm to a caterpillar, and the rest is history. Carle was unhappy to be in Germany when his immigrant parents brought him back there as a child. He hated his new school and wanted to go back to America. He said: When it became apparent that we would not return, I decided that I would become a bridge builder. I would build a bridge from Germany to America and take my beloved German grandmother by the hand across the wide ocean. Before he became a freelance illustrator and began working on childrens books, Carle worked as a graphic designer for the New York Times and as art director of an ad agency.

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