4. Polly e le note impazzite

4. Polly e le note impazzite

author Peter Newell 

illustrations of Peter Newell 

translation of Marco Graziosi 

 

  

collection: Peter Newell
 

 

 

September 2012 

for children 3 years, pages 24, cm. 11 x 11,5 

isbn 9788896806500,  

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Piano exercises are so very boring… after a nap, the notes turn into swarms of terrible insects! Naps. Siestas. Forty winks. Little rests. Polly loves them. All of them, without preference. Sitting in an armchair, lying on the lawn, bent over doing her homework, sitting at the piano, it makes no difference. After a while an irresistible, vague torpor comes over her. Her eyelids become heavy, her eyes start closing. Many people thinks she’s a sleepyhead, a lazybones. But they’re wrong. Polly is awake, very awake. Her eyes shut so she can see better. A series of tiny books to keep under your pillow, to ward off bad dreams. To help you understand your desires and chase away your fears.