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Abby Carnelia's One & Only Magical Power (Englisch) MP3 CD – Juli 2014


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“I admit it. When I read the last two pages of "Abby Carnelia’s One and Only Magic Power," a novel for 8 – to -12 year-olds, I cried. . . . It got me with its message of discovering and appreciating your own gifts. . . . The power here lies in the way the author, David Pogue, tells it.”  —"The New York Times Book Review"

“This is the first children’s book by tech writer David Pogue. Notably tech-free, it’s an original mix of realism, mystery caper, and the teensiest bit of magic. It contains a strong message for girls.” —"Parade.com"

 

“"Abby Carnelia's One and Only Magical Power" is smoothly written, with characters that kids can easily recognize and root for. . . . Grown-ups and kids alike should approve the message: Is every child special in some unique way? Is ‘there something waiting to be discovered inside every kid on earth?’ We all know the answer to that.” —"The Clevela

"I admit it. When I read the last two pages of "Abby Carnelia's One and Only Magic Power," a novel for 8 - to -12 year-olds, I cried. . . . It got me with its message of discovering and appreciating your own gifts. . . . The power here lies in the way the author, David Pogue, tells it." --"The New York Times Book Review"

"This is the first children's book by tech writer David Pogue. Notably tech-free, it's an original mix of realism, mystery caper, and the teensiest bit of magic. It contains a strong message for girls." --"Parade.com"

""Abby Carnelia's One and Only Magical Power" is smoothly written, with characters that kids can easily recognize and root for. . . . Grown-ups and kids alike should approve the message: Is every child special in some unique way? Is 'there something waiting to be discovered inside every kid on earth?' We all know the answer to that." --"The Cleveland Plain Dealer"

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"[This] debut makes the nice point that all kids are special, magical power or no." --"Kirkus Reviews"

"Kid-pleasing [with a message] that all gifts, no matter how absurd they seem, have value." -- "Publishers Weekly"

"This book will please fans of Bruce Coville's "Magic Shop" series (Harcourt) or other readers looking for a little magic."" -- School Library Journal"

"Thepremise that every child is magical is clearly expressed without ever being heavy-handed. Abby's triumphant finale will have young readers contemplating how they, too, are special." --"Booklist""David Pogue makes the book witty and action packed." --"Flamingnet.com" reviewer, Aged 15.

I admit it. When I read the last two pages of "Abby Carnelia's One and Only Magic Power," a novel for 8 to -12 year-olds, I cried. . . . It got me with its message of discovering and appreciating your own gifts. . . . The power here lies in the way the author, David Pogue, tells it. "The New York Times Book Review"

This is the first children's book by tech writer David Pogue. Notably tech-free, it's an original mix of realism, mystery caper, and the teensiest bit of magic. It contains a strong message for girls. "Parade.com"

"Abby Carnelia's One and Only Magical Power" is smoothly written, with characters that kids can easily recognize and root for. . . . Grown-ups and kids alike should approve the message: Is every child special in some unique way? Is there something waiting to be discovered inside every kid on earth?' We all know the answer to that. "The Cleveland Plain Dealer"

[This] debut makes the nice point that all kids are special, magical power or no. "Kirkus Reviews"

Kid-pleasing [with a message] that all gifts, no matter how absurd they seem, have value. "Publishers Weekly"

This book will please fans of Bruce Coville's "Magic Shop" series (Harcourt) or other readers looking for a little magic. "School Library Journal"

The premise that every child is magical is clearly expressed without ever being heavy-handed. Abby's triumphant finale will have young readers contemplating how they, too, are special. "Booklist"

David Pogue makes the book witty and action packed. "Flamingnet.com reviewer, Aged 15."" -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Audio CD.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

DAVID POGUE is the personal-tech columnist for The New York Times. His whimsical tech videos appear on CNBC and CBS News Sunday Morning, and he's the author of numerous books, including "Macs for Dummies." He lives in Westport, Connecticut. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Audio CD.

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