Christina Björk Inga-Karin Eriksson Patricia Crampton
Vendela in Venice
April 05, 2020 Comments.. 323
Vendela in Venice Christina Björk Inga-Karin Eriksson Patricia Crampton Vendela has long been fascinated by Venice, where the streets are canals, the cars are boats, and the houses are palaces Finally her father takes her on a special spring trip to the city, which turns out to be every bit as fairy tale like as he has promised Vendela visits her special friends, the four golden horses in St Mark s Basilica She hunts winged lions, meets aVendela has long been fascinated by Venice, where the streets are canals, the cars are boats, and the houses are palaces Finally her father takes her on a special spring trip to the city, which turns out to be every bit as fairy tale like as he has promised Vendela visits her special friends, the four golden horses in St Mark s Basilica She hunts winged lions, meets a terrible dragon, and explores colorful candy stores and samples almond syrup milk.But there are floods in Venice every year Will it still be there when Vendela grows up Vendela in Venice offers a wonderful introduction to the excitement of travel, art, and culture Inga Karin Eriksson s lovingly detailed illustrations of Venice will fire the imaginations of young readers and their parents whether they read the book at home or take it along on a trip to Italy.. Vendela in Venice Vendela has long been fascinated by Venice where the streets are canals the cars are boats and the houses are palaces Finally her father takes her on a special spring trip to the city which turns
  • Title: Vendela in Venice
  • Author: Christina Björk Inga-Karin Eriksson Patricia Crampton
  • ISBN: 9789129645590
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Vendela in Venice Christina Björk Inga-Karin Eriksson Patricia Crampton

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    1. svm says:

      if you know linnea in monet s garden, this is the same author and has sort of the same premise vendela is about 10 and goes to visit venice with her dad who adores that city she explores it thoroughly in this richly illustrated tale this would be a great warm up for a trip to that magical place however, i can see this book being best appreciated with a skip in generations there s just a certain folksy quality that would be harder to share between kids and parents so, grandparents, if you re read [...]

    2. Keelin says:

      Genre International.Awards Batchelder Award Nominee.Grade level K 2This book would teach the students about travel, art, and culture After reading this I would have the students draw a picture of somewhere they hope to visit and for the 1st and 2nd graders have them write where they want to visit and why in a few sentences I want this book in my classroom to introduce students to international literature at an early age

    3. Faith Hough says:

      I think my own review may have been three stars, but my girls loved this book so much that it earned an extra It is very beautifully illustrated, and a perfect introduction to the city of Venice I d say it s a must read if you plan on traveling there with children I have no such immediate plans, but my girls sure do now I wish the translation into English was a little smoother

    4. Natalie says:

      I learned from this children s book about Venice than anything else I ve read and watched about Venice so far It is very informative and I liked how both real photographs and drawings were used Great for all ages interested in Venice.

    5. Tara says:

      Vendela, a young girl from Stockholm, visits Venice with her father This is an adorable book with lots of pictures and information about Venice and Venetian history.

    6. Lilly Fife says:

      It was a very creative book, and it was really adventurous I d recommend you to read it

    7. Mckinley says:

      Sightseeing and history of Venice wrapped around a trip.

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