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  • Title: El Prodigioso Viaje de Edward Tulane
  • Author: Kate DiCamillo
  • ISBN: 9788427901636
  • Page: 353
  • Format: Paperback

  • Someone will come for you, but first you must open your heart Once, in a house on Egypt Street, there lived a china rabbit named Edward Tulane The rabbit was very pleased with himself, and for good reason he was owned by a girl named Abilene, who treated him with the utmost care and adored him completely And then, one day, he was lostKate DiCamillo takes us on an e Someone will come for you, but first you must open your heart Once, in a house on Egypt Street, there lived a china rabbit named Edward Tulane The rabbit was very pleased with himself, and for good reason he was owned by a girl named Abilene, who treated him with the utmost care and adored him completely And then, one day, he was lostKate DiCamillo takes us on an extraordinary journey, from the depths of the ocean to the net of a fisherman, from the top of a garbage heap to the fireside of a hoboes camp, from the bedside of an ailing child to the bustling streets of Memphis And along the way, we are shown a true miracle that even a heart of the most breakable kind can learn to love, to lose, and to love again.
    Kate DiCamillo
    Kate DiCamillo, the newly named National Ambassador for Young People s Literature for 2014 2015, says about stories, When we read together, we connect Together, we see the world Together, we see one another Born in Philadelphia, the author lives in Minneapolis, where she faithfully writes two pages a day, five days a week Kate DiCamillo s own journey is something of a dream come true After moving to Minnesota from Florida in her twenties, homesickness and a bitter winter helped inspire Because of Winn Dixie her first published novel, which, remarkably, became a runaway bestseller and snapped up a Newbery Honor After the Newbery committee called me, I spent the whole day walking into walls, she says I was stunned And very, very happy Her second novel, The Tiger Rising, went on to become a National Book Award Finalist Since then, the master storyteller has written for a wide range of ages, including two comical early chapter book series Mercy Watson, which stars a porcine wonder with an obsession for buttered toast, and Bink Gollie, which celebrates the tall and short of a marvelous friendship as well as a luminous holiday picture book, Great Joy.Her latest novel, Flora Ulysses The Illuminated Adventures, won the 2014 Newbery Medal It was released in fall 2013 to great acclaim, including five starred reviews, and was an instant New York Times bestseller Flora Ulysses is a laugh out loud story filled with eccentric, endearing characters and featuring an exciting new format a novel interspersed with comic style graphic sequences and full page illustrations, all rendered in black and white by up and coming artist K G Campbell It was a 2013 Parents Choice Gold Award Winner and was chosen by , Publishers Weekly, Kirkus Reviews, and Common Sense Media as a Best Book of the Year.


    Commentaires:

    LolaReviewer
    I haven’t read a novel I absolutely loved from the very first sentence in a long time. I always say I have, probably because I want to believe that (and anyway, we all do it), but not every book is great and not every great book is exceptional. I want exceptional. Give me exceptional. Kate DiCamillo’s The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane is just that. It tells the story of little china bunny Edward Tulane who knows not what love means. He is loved by a little girl, and yet, he doesn’t c [...]

    Lizzie
    I looked forward to reading this book because, as the review on of Edward Tulane says, Kate DiCamillo is an incomparable children's author, and I have loved and cried over The Tale of Despereaux and The Tiger Rising in the middle of the Borders Cafe before. Edward's journey is miraculous in that the little china rabbit from which the book gets its name learns to love out of his many losses, which starts with losing his straw hat and ends with losing his hardened heart. Take the velveteen rabbit [...]

    KristenR
    What a beautiful story. I read it with my 8 year old daughter and more than once it brought a tear to my eye. It is the story of Edward Tulane, the china rabbit, who while passing from owner to owner (companions really, as he comes to love them) endures great love and great tragedy. He learns that no matter what happens in life it is most important to open your heart.let yourself love and be loved.

    Kelly
    I was just trapped underground on a backed up metro train for an hour. Never have I minded, or noticed, a terrible commute less.

    Erin
    Well-written, beautiful, and somber. This is the story of a china rabbit who learns the true meaning of love. I read this book out loud to my class and truly enjoyed the masterful way that Kate DiCamillo crafts a story. Her word choice and sentence fluency found its way into my writing lesson plans to illustrate some of the possibilities waiting to be found in words. Would I read it aloud again? Perhaps with older students. My class LOVED this story but it was sad, extremely sad in places. I fou [...]

    Roya
    You'd think I wouldn't cry after the third read, but all I can say is that I'm glad I skipped the eye makeup today

    Sylvia
    When a friend told me she was reading this book with her 3 and 5 year old kids, I immediately questioned whether they found it too sad. I purchased this book soon after its initial publication and had read it myself at that time. My recollection was that it brought me to tears, and as I have two quite sensitive little boys, I was hesitant to introduce this one to them. Inspired by my friends successful reading of it with her two (slightly) younger children, I bravely undertook this venture - for [...]

    Eve
    This story reminded me of "The Velveteen Rabbit". A little less magical, perhaps, but I appreciated the story of a rabbit who, instead of starting out full of love, learns to love and be loved until at the end of the story, he comes full circle. Easy reading, and could be a good one for reading out loud.

    Greg
    While sitting in Washington Square Park reading my Moomins novel while on a mini-lunch break I wondered about the recurring use of sadness and melancholy in the book. Do American children books usually refer to the the joys of a sweet melancholy feeling at the lose of something good that will never return? How do children relate to depressed characters? Do they even notice it? Why aren't more children books filled with melancholy, and not in a humorous way? While the sun beat down on my bench, a [...]

    Bach Tran Quang
    Những hôm nào mệt mỏi, ốm, căng thẳng tôi sẽ lôi trong tủ sách của mình ra một cuốn sách dành cho thiếu nhi để đọc. Nhân cái dịp ốm này, tôi lấy Edward Tulane ra khỏi nơi cất giấu - tôi mua chú vào một ngày tôi lượn sách cũ, trong đầu cũng nắm được một chút thông tin là cuốn này đã đi vào hồi tuyệt diệt (sau tái bản, hồi đấy hot còn vì có cái phim bỏ mẹ gì của Hàn Quốc có thằng [...]

    Debbie Zapata
    I think this book is stunning. It tells the story of a china rabbit named Edward, who is nothing more than a toy in the beginning. A much-loved toy, but he doesn't seem capable of any feeling himself, other than annoyance when he is not treated as he thinks he deserves to be treated. I really did not like Edward at first, he was just so cold-hearted!But this book is about growth. The journey is both actual and metaphysical. During his wanderings Edward has many experiences which teach him about [...]

    Winna
    My first DiCamillo read.I was blown away.I thought this was a simple story about love. I was wrong about it being simple, because it showed how complicated life and love really were. It was touching, it was classic, it was very heartbreaking.The first book to get me teary-eyed one of these days.I love it.

    Amy
    I have to say that I am quite fond of Kate DiCamillo's writing, and Maggie and I very much enjoyed reading this book together. Oh, but it was exquisitely and simultaneously joyful and sad. Maggie even asked me later last night, after we had finished the book and she was getting ready to brush her teeth, "Why do people write about sad things, Mom?" Ah - innocence slips away in small parcels. Then again, when I read her The Velveteen Rabbit, B actually came running into the room to find out what w [...]

    lita
    I moved this review to my blog

    Katie W
    What a sweet and tender journey! Edward is a china rabbit, and is quite stuck-up at that. Isn't it interesting how we often take things for granted until they're gone? Edward doesn't realize how good his life is until he isn't living it anymore. In an adventure through all walks of life, Edward learns some very important lessons and values that just might help him to grow a true heart. I adore the illustrations and the words captivated me. Although this is a children's book, my emotions were tap [...]

    Cami
    A miraculous journey, indeed.I just finished the audio version and my second time through this modern parable about learning to love.Below is my original review and it still stands.I can be quite a senimental sap at times and I have not cried this hard for joys mingled with regrets since The Last Battle by C.S. LewisThe Chronicles of Narnia.I read this book aloud with my 7 yr old son. I think Kate DiCamillo is a special writer because she can write about china rabbits being loved by little girls [...]

    Robin Hobb
    This is the harrowing tale of a china rabbit doll who is separated from his young owner and undergoes a series of harrowing adventures over a number of years before finding a happy resolution.Left to myself, I would put it alongside Black Beauty or Lassie Come Home, tales of animals who endure extended abuse, hardship and/or neglect before being reunited with owners who love them. When I read those stories in my distant youth, they spoke to me. Now, I fear, if I re-read them, I might suspect tha [...]

    'Cila
    “You are down there alone, the stars seemed to say, and we are up here, in our constellations, together. - [But] "I have been loved," said Edward to the stars.”I don't think words can accurately describe how much I loved this book, by the end of the last page, I couldn't even read the words properly because of stream of tears cascading down my face. It is poignant and heart-breaking, it will pull all the right strings and call out nostalgia from the deepest corners of your soul. Beautifully [...]

    mai ahmd
    تخيل نفسك فقط طفلا وتأكد أنك ستستمع بهذه القصة الشيقةإنك طفل هذا كل ما تحتاجه القصة أن تكون طفلا لتفهم قصصت هذه القصة على أحد الأطفال ووجدت كل انتباهه معي منذ البداية وحتى النهاية وهو مالم يحدث منذ وقت طويل

    Vu K
    Tiếc là không được đọc quyển này hồi còn nhỏ, vì hồi mình còn nhỏ thì quyển này chưa được dịch, mà khi ấy chẳng đọc được gì ngoài tiếng Việt, cũng như không thể có nguồn sách nào khác các nhà xuất bản trong nước, nếu được đọc từ cái hồi xa xưa ấy thì ấn tượng về nó hẳn rất sâu đậm và ấn tượng ấy xứng đáng cho 5*, như ấn tượng khi mình đọc những quyển Những vì [...]

    Shaun
    I first read a library copy of this book several years ago to my oldest son, after it was recommended to me by my sister-in-law and having previously read Kate DiCamillo's Mercy Watson series for beginning readers as well as The Tale of Despereaux. Recently, I picked up a copy of this book along with The Magician's Elephant, yet another gem by the same author, to have at home for the kiddos.In between books, I decided to re-read The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane while doing my morning walk [...]

    Van
    Nhân vật chính là chú thỏ sứ đồ chơi tuyệt đẹp, bằng những trải nghiệm và biến đổi tinh tế trong tình cảm và suy nghĩ đã dẫn dắt người đọc qua hành trình đầy cảm động đi tìm tình yêu - khởi đầu từ việc chỉ biết nhận tình yêu từ người khác và coi đó là hiển nhiên tất yếu, đến lúc mất rồi mới bắt đầu thấy quý giá, bắt đầu học lắng nghe và quan tâm, buồn khổ khi ph [...]

    Barry Welsh
    Two time Newbery Medal award winning American novelist Kate DiCamillo has scored a surprise 2014 best seller with her 2006 children’s book “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane.” DiCamillo is the internationally best selling and multi-award winning author of several much loved books for children. The previously obscure “Edward Tulane” has been propelled to the upper reaches of the Korean book chart for several weeks by a somewhat unlikely association. “Edward Tulane” plays a key [...]

    cọng rơm
    Mọi câu chuyện buồn bã, tăm tối, nếu kết thúc hạnh phúc đều sẽ sáng bừng lên thế này. Đến mức trái tim mình vui sướng đập binh binh như muốn nhảy tót khỏi lồng ngực :P. Nghe cậu Bảy kể, hồi nhỏ mình có một trò rất ác o.o Đó là bắt cậu bật phim hoạt hình nai Bambi lên coi, rồi ngồi khóc hu hu khi nai mẹ bị bắn. Dù cứ coi đến cảnh kinh khủng nọ là khóc hu hu, nhưng mình luôn đòi coi [...]

    FeReSHte
    می میریماگردوست داشته نشیمو دوست نداشته باشیمعشق کلید حیات و هستی ماست و از اون مهم تر ابراز عشقتا دوست داشتنی هاتون رو از دست ندادین عشقتون رو ابراز کنیناین همه ی چیزی بود که کیت دی کامیلو با سفر خرگوش عروسکی از دست صاحبی به صاحبی دیگر خواست به من بگهشاید"I'm done with being loved," Edward tol [...]

    Marian
    Loved it! I think I'll pick up a copy to save until my children are older, as the themes do seem to be a little too complex for their sensitivities. I would recommend, however, reading it rather than listening to the audio version. The narrator attempted to use different voices most of which ended up sounding like Brer Rabbit or the Wicked Witch.

    Drew Graham
    Edward Tulane is a china rabbit who cuts a fine figure, and he definitely knows it. Elegant, pampered, and hopelessly vain, Edward lives a luxurious life adored by a little girl named Abilene. But then one day Edward becomes a lost toy, and begins a long and incredible journey in an attempt to be found.This is the last in the Kate DiCamillo boxed set we bought a while ago, and I can easily say it's my favorite book of hers that I've read to date. Despereaux and Winn-Dixie are sweet and artistic, [...]

    Arminzerella
    Edward Tulane is a china rabbit, commissioned specially for Abilene Tulane by her grandmother, and he’s one vain bunny. He spends most of his time admiring himself and the fine figure he cuts in his custom-made silk suits. Abilene’s grandmother seems to know Edward’s thoughts are only for himself, for she warns him that without love, he will never be happy. And when Edward is tossed overboard by a couple of kids when he and Abilene are on a cruise he comes to know the truth of it. For the [...]

    Kelli
    I never review children's books, though I read aloud no less than three a day. This whopper of a book was 200 pages of masterful writing with gorgeous illustrations. I loved everything about this perfect story of a lost toy but what I loved the most was the intricate way that the language of this story was handled. The rabbit thought quite a lot of himself and that was evident in his choice of wordsyou could read how he felt about himself in the things he said and the way he said them. The langu [...]

    Cherie
    I am so happy that I will never be too old to read children's books! I am not too proud to say that I cried either. I love this author's sweet stories. They always have such a wonderful message of love and friendship. The illustrations in this book are exceptional works of art. I could spend days gazing at them. I am pleased to have finally met the unique china rabbit and read his story. From the bottom of the ocean to the top of a garbage heap, Edward found himself tossed on the journey of his [...]

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