Charlie’s Eyeglasses

It is important to know how to look at what surrounds us. This is the first book of a collection, written by Margarita del Mazo and illustrated by Guridi.

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Glasses, school, humor, friends, tenderness, irony, first love.
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Charlie desperately wants Iris to notice him. But whatever he does just doesn’t seem to work. One day when Iris shows up in class with glasses Charlie thinks she’ll surely see him now. But no, Iris’s glasses have just made everyone look at her! What if Charlie were to wear glasses… would Iris finally notice him then?

  • Picture Book
  • Years: + 5 years
  • Size: 6.5 x 9.75 in
  • Product Form: Hardback
  • Pages: 40
  • ISBN: 978-84-19253-90-3
  • $ 14,99 / 12,90 €

In each one, Charlie sets out to fearlessly represent both the smaller kids in the world and the eyeglass wearing ones (I don’t have a Venn diagram in front of me right now, but I suspect that there’s a fair amount of overlap between these two categories). But it wasn’t until I started reading some of the selections of these books that I fell in love with Charlie and his odd little world

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The theme of this book works for kids and adults alike. Sometimes one has to look beyond what is ordinary or expected to see more. Being confident and setting one’s sights on what one wants may work out, and it may not, but even if it doesn’t, there may be something even better that hasn’t even been discovered yet

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