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New Shoes af Sara Varon
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New Shoes (udgave 2018)

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Francis the donkey is the best shoemaker in the village. He uses the finest coconut wood for the soles and wild tiger grass for the uppers. Best of all, he embroiders the shoes with colorful designs and patterns. One day he receives a very special order--Miss Manatee, calypso queen and Francis's own personal hero, needs a new pair of shoes. But he's all out of tiger grass! To make these shoes, Francis must journey deep into the jungle . . . which means leaving his village for the first time. From star talent Sara Varon (Robot Dreams) comes a new favorite. New Shoes introduces young readers to variety of animals to teach a valuable lesson on embracing other people's differences.… (mere)
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A nice, little story for kids with cute animal drawings. I was under the impression that it was a graphic novel, but it is more like an extended pictured book. ( )
  DestDest | Oct 11, 2018 |
Francis the donkey is a renowned shoemaker in his tropical village. One day he gets an order to make shoes for the famous singer Miss Manatee, the River Queen. But Nigel has gone missing and he's Francis' supplier of wild tiger grass, a material he uses to make his shoes. Francis who has never left his village sets out with parrot Rhoda to find Nigel. There are some charmingly random moments during Francis' adventure: a kinkajou expounds on all the fruit available in the jungle, Francis consults his animal manuals, the jaguar gives a tour of his garden and later invites everyone in to hear his collection of Miss Manatee records. Colorful and fun reading. ( )
  Salsabrarian | Jun 27, 2018 |
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Francis the donkey is the best shoemaker in the village. He uses the finest coconut wood for the soles and wild tiger grass for the uppers. Best of all, he embroiders the shoes with colorful designs and patterns. One day he receives a very special order--Miss Manatee, calypso queen and Francis's own personal hero, needs a new pair of shoes. But he's all out of tiger grass! To make these shoes, Francis must journey deep into the jungle . . . which means leaving his village for the first time. From star talent Sara Varon (Robot Dreams) comes a new favorite. New Shoes introduces young readers to variety of animals to teach a valuable lesson on embracing other people's differences.

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