Along the Tapajós


      Along the Tapajós
Cau and Ina are a brother and sister who live in a small community along the Tapaj s River in Brazil Here, the homes are on stilts and everyone travels around by boat even to school When the rainy season comes, they must leave their village and relocate to higher ground for a while But after moving this year, Cau and Ina realize they ve left behind something important their pet tortoise, Titi Unlike turtles, tortoises can t swim, and Cau and Ina are really worried So the pair sneaks back at night on a journey along the river to rescue him Will they be able to save Titi This picture book, first published in Brazil, offers kids a unique look into the lives of children who live along Brazil s beautiful Tapaj s River. Read Along the Tapajós author Fernando Vilela – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

Fernando Vilela nasceu em S o Paulo, em 1973 artista pl stico, designer, escritor e ilustrador de livros, al m de professor Autor de 16 livros para crian as e jovens, ilustrou mais de 60 para editoras nacionais e estrangeiras, tendo recebido o Pr mio Jabuti 3 vezes Como artista pl stico, participou de mostras no Brasil e no exterior e seus trabalhos constam de importantes cole es de museus como o MoMA de Nova York, a Pinacoteca do Estado de S o Paulo e o Museu Nacional de Belas Artes do Rio de Janeiro.

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      Along the Tapajós
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  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Along the Tapajós
  • Fernando Vilela
  • English
  • 26 October 2018
  • 1542008689

10 thoughts on “ Along the Tapajós

  1. says:

    Beautifully illustrated, lovely storyIt s 5 am, I m wide awake, and it s the first of the month Kindle First, Prime First by any other name, it s a free book two this month Weary of current events, sorrows, politics and such, a children s book looks like a delightful, refreshing choice And it is With vivid illustrations that show a world away from mine, this was so enjoyable that I read it once and went back to just look at the images again It shows children well, and not so children Beautifully illustrated, lovely storyIt s 5 am, I m wide awake, and it s the first of the month Kindle First, Prime First by any oth...

  2. says:

    Nice IllustrationsThe book is disappointing her if it s clunky writing It s really bad The illustrations are good though and I would like to learnof thesepeople.

  3. says:

    Great illustrations and storyThis was a beautifully illustrated book I loved the Portuguese in it and how it educates readers about seasons and animals in Brazil on the

  4. says:

    Beautiful art and introduction to ither culturesI received this book as part ofs first reads and have never been so pleasantly surprised with my choice to write a review The illustrations are beautiful and I love that it is a book that introduces childrens and adults alike to havs a glimpse into life in a different part of the world I shouldve known it existed but was was so stunned and utterly impressed how much this hot colorful world with dangerous animals came to life for me on the Beautiful art and introduction to ither culturesI received this book as part ofs first reads and have never been so pleasantly surprised with my choice to write a review The illustrations are beautiful and I love that it is a book that introduces childrens and adults alike to havs a glimpse into life in a different part of the world I shouldve known it existed...

  5. says:

    I enjoyed this story about persons living along the Tapaj s River system who must move when the rainy season arrives each winter In this story, they forget their pet turtle, and the children sneak out on...

  6. says:

    I read this book for the ATY 2019 Reading Challenge Week 23 Something OldThe Tapajos is a tributary of theRiver This children s story tells what it is like to live along a river that is relatively dry in the summer In the winter it rises 16 feet due to th...

  7. says:

    A very beautiful book.

  8. says:

    The ending feels a little anticlimactic, but the story and images are very vivid Fascinating to see the ian rainforest as it switches into the rainy season.

  9. says:

    This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm Visit us for new picture books reviews daily Hello, friends Our book today is Along The Tapaj s by Fernando Vilela, translated by Daniel Hahn, a riveting tale of riverside life in the .Cau , our narrator, and his little sister Ina wake in their stilt home on the Tapaj s River in Brazil, one of the largest in therainforest They eat breakfast with their parents, then head to school by motorboat Along the way, they play This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm Visit us for new picture books reviews daily Hello, friends Our book today is Along The Tapaj ...

  10. says:

    I love this book Along the Tapaj s is a book that give kids a glimpse into other cultures without being boring Children know the difference between a book that is filled with facts and one that is fun with facts sprinkled throughout I ll bet you can guess which ones most kids like best If this book had been available when I had little ones, this would have been on our shelves And, it would have been one I would enjoy reading to them.Along the Tapaj s introduced me to a river I d never heard I love this book Along the Ta...

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