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是谁撞在了大树上 Who is it, Whoodini?

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猫头鹰侦探夏洛克和他的助手华生正在花园里惬意地喝茶,一个庞然大物从头顶掠过,砰的一声巨响……是谁撞在了大树上?

三位目击证人各有各的说法,最后到底谁能说清楚事情的真相?发生在大农场里的推理故事,等你来破案!

Eyes wide with surprise and necks twisting to see,

two owls whoo-hooted, “Now who could that be?”

When a mysterious bird crashes into a tree, two curious owls–Cahoots and Whoodini–set out to investigate. They fly down to interview their barnyard friends, but after gathering all the clues, they’re still stumped . . . until Whoodini overhears an unexpected hint.

Clever clues, teamwork, and a delightful surprise ending await young detectives in this charming mystery.

About the Author

Roman Yasiejko went from doodling as a child to drawing and designing buildings as an adult. He’s an architect who lives in upstate New York with his wife, Rosemarie (and their stealthy cat, Misty). Together they have two adult sons and two young grandchildren to whom he loves reading stories.

Gustavo is a visual artist. He was born in Brasilia, Brazil, and currently lives in Curitiba. He graduated from UTFPR (Federal Technological University of Paraná) and the Savannah College of Art and Design, in the United States. Gustavo chose to produce each of the illustrations for this project with techniques of acrylic paint and gouache on paper, in order to respect the organicity of each brush stroke.

小男孩想要画出一幅顶顶可怕的怪兽图画——长长的绿舌头,尖尖的犄角,吓人的獠牙……你猜这样的小怪兽能吓唬到男孩的家人和朋友吗?屡次尝试失败的小男孩最后又创作了什么杰作呢?小艺术家们不如一起开动脑筋,助小男孩一臂之力吧!

A humorous celebration of imagination and creativity that invites kids to create their own monster masterpieces with everyday materials. Perfect for art lovers of all ages!

What’s the SCARIEST, MEANEST, most TERRIBLE monster you can imagine? For one child, every proper monster means a green tongue! Pointy horns! And definitely extra sharp teeth. But what’s a kid to do when the entire family thinks their monster drawings are “cute” and not frightening at all? Maybe monsters aren’t what this child previously thought—and it might just take some thinking outside the box to reveal surprising lessons about fears and perceptions.

Using found objects like buttons, cereal, string, along with traditional paints and fun cutouts, My Monsterpiece encourages children to pour over the details and look around them for materials that can be turned into art.

About the Author

Amalia Hoffman is an award-winning author and illustrator of many children’s books, including ALL COLORS, one of 2019 School Library Journal Best Board Books and DREIDEL DAY, a PJ Library Book. She is the author of THE BRAVE CYCLIST: THE TRUE STORY OF A HOLOCAUST HERO, a Junior Library Guild Gold Selection Book.
Amalia frequently tells her stories in schools, libraries and bookstores with puppets and props. She lives in Larchmont, New York.