- Tapa blanda: 30 páginas
- Editor: Createspace Independent Pub; Edición: 1 (22 de mayo de 2017)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1546850945
- ISBN-13: 978-1546850946
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The Magical Sweeper of Raggadish: An ecological tale for children about recycling, loyalty and altruism. (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 22 may 2017
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The good people of Raggadish live happily thanks to sweeper Seraphim’s kind and silent work. He makes their rubbish disappear every day. One day their town gets a new mayor who decides they don’t need a sweeper anymore. Raggadishians will soon understand the importance of recycling. But will it be too late to save their city from a terrible waste flood?
Biografía del autor
Arándana Mayor, also known as “Mrs. Blueberry”, is a mother of two with many professions. Her greatest passion is spending quality time with her family and her life purpose is doing her best to leave her children in inheritance a better world. She has been writing stories since she was a little girl. Apart from that she has a Spanish-language blog, Tres Arándanos (Three Blueberries) where she shares her creative ideas to make this planet a greener and friendlier place. You can check Arándana’s latest works on her Amazon author page and on her website www.tresarandanos.com.
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As for the story, I love how it isn't preachy about it's message on recycling and taking care of the environment and your community. It basically warns you of more immediate consequences of not recycling, of not appreciating the people who work in that area, and also of, trusting someone and giving someone power to someone, just because they "look" the part.
Also really like the illustration work. I like her style.