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作       者:(美)婉达·盖格

出  版  社:天津人民出版社

出版时间:2015-03-01

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Millions of cats Winner of Newbery Honor, Wanda Gág's timeless tales tells of an old man who sets off in search of a beautiful cat to bring home as a companion for his wife. But instead of one cat, he comes back with “Hundreds of cats, thousands of cats, Millions and billions and trillions of cats”… Snippy and Snappy In this charming book, we are introduced to brother and sister field mice living with their mother and father in a cozy nook in a hay field. Their father enthralls them with stories about gardens in big fields, houses in big gardens, kitchen cupboards in big houses, and big yellow cheeses in big kitchen cupboards. One day Snippy and Snappy wander away from home while playing with their mother's yarn ball. Their journey takes them to a large house full of mysterious things, including cupboards full of wonderful-smelling cheese. Just as Snappy begins to nibble at a piece of cheese in a mousetrap, their father jumps down to rescue them and lead them safely back home. Gág's delightfully detailed illustrations capture the coziness, wonder, and playfulness of Snippy and Snappy's adventures. Nothing at all "Nothing-at-all" is the name of an orphaned puppy living with his two brothers until two children come to adopt them. Unfortunately, Nothing-at-all gets inadvertently left behind-not out of cruelty, but because he is invisible! He is horribly lonely until he meets a bird, a Jackdaw, who says that he knows how to make the puppy visible. Nothingat- all doesn't think much of the bird at first, but follows the instructions anyway, and after a little time, hard work, and a lot of dizziness, the puppy becomes visible and is adopted along with his brothers. The Funny Thing The Funny Thing is Wanda Gág’s follow-up to her well-loved classic, Millions of Cats . It tells the story of a curious dragonlike “aminal” that eats children’s dolls. A kindly man named Bobo cannot stand by and allow this to happen. 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婉达·盖格(Wanda Gag),美国著名图画书女作家、画家。1893年3月出生于美国明尼苏达州的新乌尔姆。父亲是一位画家和摄影师,他不但用他的绘画才能替别人装饰房子和教堂来养家,还把他的艺术天赋传给了所有的孩子。婉达·盖格或许就是为画画而生,在她17岁时的日记中曾这样写道:“我自己的座右铭——画是为了活着,而活着是为了画。”画画一直都是她生活的动力。 1928年婉达·盖格出版了《数不清的猫》。这本图画书为她赢得了极大的声誉,先后获得了1929年的纽伯瑞奖银奖和她逝世后才设立的刘易斯·卡洛尔书架奖。并选纽约公共图书馆“每个人都应该知道的100种图画书”、日本儿童文学者协会编的《世界图画书100选》、日本儿童书研究会/绘本研究部编的《图画书·为了孩子的500册》。 她的主要作品包括《The Funny Thing》、《Snippy and Snappy》、《The ABC Bunny》(获1934年纽伯瑞奖银奖);《Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs》和《Nothing at All》分别获1939年和1942年凯迪克奖银奖。
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