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Why Cats Don’t Wear Hats

$14.90

SKU: 9789810732219

ūüéĀRecommended for ages 3 and above

Victoria Pérez Escrivá
Illustrated by Ester García
Translated from the Spanish by Sylvia Hagge de Crespin

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Synopsis:
In this wonderfully illustrated picture book, a cat who puts on a hat finds the need to also put on glasses, then have a case for the glasses, then a jacket… and the list goes on. Until the overwhelmed cat decides that it is better to just not wear a hat in the first place!

About the Author:
Victoria P√©rez Escriv√° was born in Valencia, Spain, in 1964. She graduated with a degree in Musical Education from the Royal Conservatory of Music in Madrid, and subsequently studied literary analysis and creation in the Madrid Writers' Workshop with √Āngel Zapata. She has worked as a scriptwriter on the television series Los simuladores or SMS. As a writer (and sometime illustrator), her work has been published by the most important companies in Spain, amongst them, two books with Anaya Infantil y Juvenil: Ay! (with illustrations by Claudia Ranucci, 1st Prize for Illustrated Book, Ciudad de Alicante, 2004) and Antes, cuando Venecia no exist√≠a (2002). In 2010 she received 1st Prize in the XXIX Vila d'Ibi Children's Fiction Contest with her book Cuando mi hermano se subi√≥ al armario.

About the Illustrator:
Ester Garc√≠a was born in C√°ceres, Spain, in 1984. As long as she can remember, she always loved children¬īs books.¬†After graduating in Fine Arts from the University of Salamanca, Spain, she moved to Madrid to continue her studies of design in New Technologies Professional Centre, CICE.¬†Ester paints mostly with pencil, watercolors and acrylics.¬†

ISBN: 9789810732219
Format: Paperback
Size: 210 x 260mm
Pages: 32pp
Published: October 2012

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