The Word Collector

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Cuento De Luz, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Luna is passionate about words. She loves their light and becomes tickled with laughter from them. But one day she realizes that, little by little, the beautiful, gorgeous, and fun words are disappearing from the world—so she decides it's time to act. A poetic tale about the magic of words, this delightful story invites readers of all ages to enjoy the power that positive words can have.

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User Review  - Fjola - LibraryThing

The book is lovely and beautifully illustrated, although it fell a little short for me. Sure enough, I'd been excited to read it and I liked the idea of the little word collecting girl (who looked ... Read full review

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User Review  - alyson - LibraryThing

Well this is definitely getting mixed reviews but I liked it. It is challenging to read, but it is supposed to be like literary fiction for the picture book set. Not for young kids, not for storytime but a nice book to share one on one with an older child. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

After several years studying and working as a designer in her hometown Munich and Brussels,Sonja Wimmer decided to devote herself to illustration and traveled to Barcelona to continue her artistic training at the Llotja School of Design Art. Since then, she lives between brushes and stories, working as an illustrator and freelance for publishers and other customers worldwide. She has received many awards for her work in the United states, most notably Gold Medal for Best Illustrator forThe Word Collector.

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