The Story of a Snail Who Discovered the Importance of Being Slow

Author:   Satoshi Kitamura ,  Luis Sepulveda
Publisher:   Alma Books Ltd
ISBN:  

9781846884139


Pages:   128
Publication Date:   23 March 2017
Format:   Paperback
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The Story of a Snail Who Discovered the Importance of Being Slow


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Rebelde the snail can't stop asking his fellow molluscs awkward questions, starting with: why are we so slow? When he is finally banished from the snail community because of this, he is forced to travel the world alone. As he explores in his slow snail-like way, Rebelde makes new friends and goes on plenty of adventures, gaining wisdom from every new encounter. But when he finds out his friends are in danger, he decides to rush home to warn them. Will he get there in time to save them? Luis Sepulveda's bestselling The Story of a Snail Who Discovered the Importance of Being Slow is a wonderful ode to diversity and unity, celebrating the importance of being slow in a world obsessed with speed.

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Author:   Satoshi Kitamura ,  Luis Sepulveda
Publisher:   Alma Books Ltd
Imprint:   Alma Books Ltd
Weight:   0.115kg
ISBN:  

9781846884139


ISBN 10:   1846884136
Pages:   128
Publication Date:   23 March 2017
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children's (6-12)
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In Print   Availability explained
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Language:   English

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Born in Santiago, Chile, Luis Sepulveda is the multi-award-winning author of many adult novels and stories for children. The Story of a Seagull and The Cat Who Taught Her to Fly has been translated in over 40 countries with several film and theatre adaptations.

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