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3 y separately published work icon Under the Same Sky Robert Vescio , Nicky Johnston (illustrator), ( trans. Unknown with title Sotto lo stesso cielo ) Milan : Valentina Edizioni , 2020 16795644 2019 single work picture book children's

'Two children on opposite sides of the world crave friendship. Is it possible to be friends across the miles?'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

3 4 y separately published work icon The Children Who Loved Books Peter Carnavas , Peter Carnavas (illustrator), ( trans. Valentina Brioschi with title Mai più senza libri ) Milan : Valentina Edizioni , 2014 Z1879432 2012 single work picture book children's 'Angus and Lucy love books. They have hundreds of them. Then one day, all the books are taken away, and Angus and Lucy discover they need books more than they ever imagined. A warm and moving celebration of books and the way in which they bring us all together.' Source: Libraries Australia.
6 2 y separately published work icon Sarah's Heavy Heart Peter Carnavas , Peter Carnavas (illustrator), ( trans. Unknown with title Il cuore grande di Sara ) Milan : Valentina Edizioni , 2010 Z1630753 2009 single work picture book children's " 'Sarah knew the heart would always be hers to carry. She just wished it wasn't so heavy.' A magical story about a little girl's search for friendship and love." (Source: publisher's website.)
7 6 y separately published work icon Jessica's Box Peter Carnavas , Peter Carnavas (illustrator), ( trans. Unknown with title La scatola di Penelope ) Milan : Valentina Edizioni , 2010 Z1515460 2009 single work picture book children's Jessica's Box portrays 'the trauma of a child's first day at school' and the challenge of finding new friends. (Publisher's blurb)
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