Luis a Pulga - Luis the Flea (Portuguese-English)
by Ingo Blum (Author); Antonio Pahetti (Illustration)
Circus is fun, right? There are wild animals and clowns, artists and musicians, jugglers and acrobats, and fire-eaters and knife-throwers. Welcome to Circus Wilson where you get all that. The tiniest animal in that circus is Lee the flea. Lee is an artist. He can juggle, he can perform a four-time somersault and jump through the burning eye of a needle. Nevertheless, he is sad because nobody in the audience can see him. He wants to be BIG. One day he takes a decision that will change his life forever.
See how Lee’s defection causes so much uproar in the Circus. Lee does matter, and watching Director Wilson as he searches for Lee is entertaining indeed. Where could a flea be hiding, anyway?
The vivid color illustrations of this book make reading very easy and funny. The text is simple and partly repetitive, suitable for early age learning English or Portuguese. A book to help children who feel overlooked and like they just don't matter.
Ages 2-5; 32 Pages; Paperback (21.59 x 0.2 x 21.59 cm)