NubeOcho Picture Book Spotlight & Giveaway

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Today, we’re delighted to be featuring a series of wonderful new picture books that celebrate diversity. Launched in Spain five years ago, NubeOcho began distributing their books in the U.S. earlier this year, and today we’re spotlighting two of their most recent titles.

Each NubeOcho book focuses on promoting and celebrating respect towards all types of diversity, with most titles available in both English and Spanish, as well as some bilingual editions.

Keep reading to learn more about today’s spotlight titles, and enter for your chance to win a copy:

bogo-the-foxBogo: The Fox Who Wanted Everything by Susanna Isern and Sonja Wimmer

Bogo watched many animals around him. Some of them were so incredible that they made him feel less special. One day he decided to invent amazing things so that he could have everything he wanted.

A pair of wings to fly like a bird. It never worked.
A pair of night glasses to see like an owl. It never worked . . .

Susanna Isern works as a child psychologist and writer. Most of her books have been translated into over a dozen languages. She has been awarded the Silver Medal in the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards 2013 in the United States.

Sonja Wimmer is a renowned international illustrator. Her books have been translated into several languages. In the United States, she received the Independent Publisher Book Award and was a two-time winner of the Moonbeam Children´s Book Award and International Latino Book Award.

i-wasnt-invited-to-the-birthdayI Wasn’t Invited to the Birthday by Susanna Isern and Adolfo Serra

The children leaving the school are all very excited.
There is a birthday party, but someone is not invited . . .
What will happen when the enormous whale with the tiny hat appears?

This title is also available in Spanish as No me invitaron al cumpleaños.

Susanna Isern works as a child psychologist and writer. Most of her books have been translated into over a dozen languages. She has been awarded the Silver Medal in the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards 2013 in the United States.

Adolfo Serra has won many awards, and including being selected for the Bologna Book Fair, the fourth Ibero-American Catalog of Illustration, and the fourh CJ Picture Book Awards. He was also selected for the Fondo de Cultura Award in Mexico.

We think any of NubeOcho’s beautiful, thoughtful books would make a wonderful addition to any holiday gift for a child in your life. Learn more about NubeOcho and peruse their other titles here.

contestWe’re giving away a set of both books featured in today’s post, Bogo: The Fox Who Wanted Everything and I Wasn’t Invited to the Birthday to one lucky winner.

To enter, tell us in the comments why you think diversity is important in children’s literature, then fill out the Rafflecopter form to complete your entry and earn more chances to win.

Contest is open to the U.S. only and runs through midnight (PT) on Tuesday, December 6th.

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6 thoughts on “NubeOcho Picture Book Spotlight & Giveaway

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  1. Both these books look so cute! Thank you for the giveaweay, I think Diversity is important, especially for young readers, because their minds are more open to possibilities and ideas of acceptance 🙂

  2. Diversity is important in all literature, espeically childrens’ because they learn that we are all people, we all have feelings and basic needs and rights, no matter where we come from. If children learn that not everyone is the same, then maybe they won’t feel the pressure to try to be different than who they are already.

  3. Diversity should exist everywhere, in jobs and film and literature. Culture and jobs should reflect the population fairly.

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