Mother Earth and Her Children: A Quilted Fairy Tale

Sibylle von Olfers (Sieglinde Schoen Smith a Jack D. Zipes)
Breckling Press • 2007

The incredibly intricate and vivid illustrations in this book are details of a modern quilt inspired by Sibylle von Olfers' classic storybook Mother Earth and Her Children. This vibrant new translatio...anslation, in turn inspired by the quilt, explores the changing of the seasons and delicately touches upon the circle of life. When Mother Earth calls her children to prepare for spring, the earthly children yawn and stretch before they busy themselves with beautification. They dust off the bumblebees, scrub the beetles, paint bright new coats on the ladybugs, and rouse the caterpillars from their cocoons. Bedecked with new blossoms, the children emerge from the earth and become spring flowers that frolic through the summer and autumn, until the leaves begin to fall and they return to Mother Earth, bringing the weary bugs and beetles back to their winter refuge.
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  • Počet strán: 32 strán
  • ISBN13:9781933308180
  • Ďalšie vydania: Kořenové děti

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23. 3. 2017

Predstavujem vám najstaršiu detskú knihu, ktorú máme doma. Nie že by bola skutočne stará, ale originál napísala Sibylle von Olfers v roku 1906. Poetický príbeh o malých Korienkoch je na prvé jarné dni ako stvorený.  Všade naokolo pučia klíčky a kvety, vyliezajú chrobáčiky. Všetky tieto zázraky majú na starosti Korienkové detičky. Matka Zem prináša prvé svetlo… Continue reading Kořenové děti →

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The incredibly intricate and vivid illustrations in this book are details of a modern quilt inspired by Sibylle von Olfers' classic storybook Mother Earth and Her Children. This vibrant new translation, in turn inspired by the quilt, explores the changing of the seasons and delicately touches upon the circle of life. When Mother Earth calls her children to prepare for spring, the earthly children yawn and stretch before they busy themselves with beautification. They dust off the bumblebees, scrub the beetles, paint bright new coats on the ladybugs, and rouse the caterpillars from their cocoons. Bedecked with new blossoms, the children emerge from the earth and become spring flowers that frolic through the summer and autumn, until the leaves begin to fall and they return to Mother Earth, bringing the weary bugs and beetles back to their winter refuge.