Thursday, September 19, 2013

[Feature & Follow] Children Picture Books

Alison Can Read Feature & Follow

Q: What were your favorite picture books as a kid?


Definitely this book over here! I'm not really sure what it's translated in English but it's a Russian story about a girl named "Fedora" who was always very angry and all of her appliances were always running away from her lol It's actually kind of weird now that I think about it but I loved it! There were a lot more that I read as a kid but I couldn't find any graphics of it on Internet. 

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25 comments:

  1. Don't think I've read that one, but it looks like fun! :D Old follower via bloglovin'. :D

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  2. Haha I don't remember ever reading this book but it sounds like first grader me would've loved it!
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  3. Sounds like a fun book!

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  4. Hopping through. That sounds really cute. I wonder if it's in English.
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  5. OMG! That cover is cute & all of her appliances ran away from her. Hilarious!

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  6. Never heard of that one but it looks like it has gorgeous illustrations and it sounds hilarious! :) Old follower passing through.

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  8. I remember something about fedora but honesty can remember truthly :)

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  9. I think it is in English a book with a main character "Fedora" sounds vaguely familiar

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  10. Damn! That sounds like a fun book. I just wished I've read that as a child.

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  11. Yup! Never heard of that one but it sounds fun!

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  12. It sounds a little like Norman Lindsay's The Magic Pudding only his was obviously about a runaway pudding not appliances. Here’s my F&F
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  13. It does sound like an interesting read! New follower via bloglovin!

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  14. I'm not familiar with this one but it would be nice to read it to my niece if it were translated in english :) New Bloglovin' Follower
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  15. It looks kinda scary lol. you can check out mine here: http://caitstruelife.wordpress.com/2013/09/20/follow-me-friday-childhood-books/

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  16. Great to see everyone's old favorites! Old follower via Bloglovin'. My FF

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  17. That sounds like a really funny book. I know I would hate it if my appliances ran away from me while I was cooking.

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  18. What a cute book, it seems to have a real European feel. Are you eastern european?

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  19. New Follower here . . . .I really love your pictures and buttons . . . . how did you come across this book???

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  20. That is such a creative idea, I'm sure it's a really fun and funny book!

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  21. How unique! I love it!
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  22. Bahaha. That sounds ridiculous. Relatedly, I just learned that fedoras were originally women's hats! Neat, huh?

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  23. new follower! I love books from other countries. I think its definitely cool to learn about other cultures through their children's books. I took a class on it once in class. glad to be a new follower...I'm already reading all your reviews...Tears for Tess..whoa!

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