¿Alguna pregunta? Elin Kelsey
Eres polvo de estrellas
(You Are Stardust)

 

From the water they drink to the trees they climb, kids are connected to the natural world in big and surprising ways. With simple, poetic text and exquisite artwork, this book does more than introduce kids to these connections. It sparks their imagination. It starts conversations, and it delights all ages.

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Awards

  • Brain Pickings 13 Best Children’s Illustrated & Picture Books of 2013
  • Brain Pickings 13 Best Science & Technology Books of 2013
  • Parents’ Choice Foundation Award, 2013
  • Best of 2012 Selection, Kirkus Reviews
  • YABC Choice Awards Winner, Non-fiction Picture Book Category, 2012
  • Green Book Festival Children’s Book Award Honorable Mention, 2013
  • Kirkus Best of 2012
  • Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator’s Award, 2013
Elin Kelsey
Este no es el típico libro sobre el medio ambiente
(Not Your Typical Book About the Environment)

We live in a time of heightened environmental awareness, and this knowl-edge is creating a generation of children with feelings of eco-anxiety—the world is doomed, isn’t it? Maybe not. This book allays kids’ fears by showing how all is not lost. Young readers learn that smart technologies, innovative ideas, and a growing commitment to alternative lifestyles are exploding around the world.

Este no es el típico libro sobre el medio ambiente

 

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Awards

  • 2011 Skipping Stones Honor Award
  • 2011 Newton Marasco Foundation Green Earth Book Award
  • 2010 Green Book Festival Award Honorable Mention
  • 2010 Moonbeam Children’s Book Award
  • 2010 ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Juvenile Non-Fiction Category, Finalist
  • 2005 USA Book News, Finalist, Best Books, Children’s Non-Fiction Category
  • 2010 CYBILS, Non-fiction Middle/Teen Category, United States – Long-listed
  • 2010 SLJ Noteworthy Nonfiction

 

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