“The Greatest Adventure” in English

“The Greatest Adventure” in English
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As the mother of a bilingual son also and a book lover, I try to read to him in both languages.

What we usually do is go to the public library and get several options, so, little by little, we learn the letters while we fill our eyes with illustrations full of color and life.

The unstoppable battle between technology and what I consider very important, which is the development of creative intelligence, leads me to a constant search for alternatives so as not to give up.
As long as you keep on fighting, you’re not dead yet, that’s why I keep taking the time to read to my son.

A few days ago, I brought home a book just released by Scholastic, “The Greatest Adventure” by Tony Piedra.

In this book I found a bit of everything I look for in a book to share with my little one: a boy in search of adventures; a child with strong family ties; a child capable of creating imaginary worlds; a child who can cope with a problem and find a way to overcome it. Constantine loved it.
The illustrations are simple, clean, beautiful, harmonious and sweet.
Eliot is a happy, adventurous child, with a limitless imagination.

The Captain is his grandfather, who returns home after living incredible adventures throughout the world, and who transmits to little Eliot the desire to live fantasies himself.

A book that invites you to leave the {concrete} city to reconnect with nature and, above all, remember the
importance of not giving up.
In brief, it is a perfect book with a simple and direct message: to highlight the (invaluable) importance of family,
creativity and the ability to excel. Beautiful.
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