Last week, I shared the first part of my book loot from Book Depository courtesy of our research project that looked into building a database of multicultural/international titles for social-and-emotional learning that would be shared with teachers here in Singapore. This week, I am sharing even more titles that arrived during the Christmas holidays – the postman almost appeared like Santa Claus really, with his sack filled with books.
On With the Yummy Titles
Something Big by Sylvie Neeman and Ingrid Gordon-Noy
Tarde De Invierno / Winter Afternoon by Jorge Lujan and Mandana Sadat, Where Do We Go When We Disappear by Isabel Minhós Martins and Madalena Matoso.
Alive Again by Ahmadreza Ahmadi, The Parrot And The Merchant by Jalaluddin Rumi, Pippa GoodhartMarjan Vafaian, When I Coloured In The World by Ahmadreza Ahmadi.
No Such Thing by Ella Bailey, Now We Are Cool by Susann Opel-Götz.
My Dad Used To Be So Cool by Keith Negley, Tough Guys (Have Feelings Too) by Keith Negley, Elsa And The Night by Jons Mellgren.
The Hole by Oyvind Torseter, Coppernickel Goes Mondrian by Wouter Van Reek.
Louis I King Of The Sheep by Olivier Tallec, This Is A Poem That Heals Fish by Jean-Pierre Simeon and Olivier Tallec
In Search Of Happiness by Juliette Saumande and Éric Puybaret
What Color Is The Wind? by Anne Herbauts, Nightlights by Lorena Alvarez, The Little Black Fish by Samad Behrangi and Farshid Mesghali.
Orani: My Father’s Village by Claire A. Nivola, The Highest Mountain Of Books In The World by Rocio Bonilla.
Ancient Thunder by Leo Yerxa, The Streets Are Free by Kurusa and Monika Doppert
Sonya’s Chickens by Phoebe Wahl, The World Belongs To You by Ricardo Bozzi and Olimpia Zagnoli
The Miracle Of The Bears by Wolf Erlbruch, Ten Tears And One Embrace by Marta Sanmamed, Mar Azabal, and Jon Brokenbrow.
The Whispering Town by Jennifer Riesmeyer Elvgren and Fabio Santomauro
Refugees and Migrants by Ceri Roberts and Hanane Kai, Global Conflict by Louise Spilsbury and Hanane Kai.