Developed in France in the 19th century, and which consists of placing an acetate grid over each image striated from the album, so that whenever it is moved, a surprising optical illusion of movement is created. In the mid-twentieth century this system was used to develop small toys, and was also applied to books. Visual artist Rufus Butler Seder was one of its promoters, but Michaël Leblond and Frédérique Bertrand raise the bar for quality with colorful illustrations wrapped in a modern and attractive design. If in “New York in pajamas”, the previous volume of this series, the time to go to bed became the ideal excuse for our little hero to go on a great adventure, flying over New York City; this time, in “Luna Parque em pajamarama”, a delicious smell of popcorn, screams, colorful lights and countless attractions will drag you to an amusement park. In this new adventure, it’s the party. It’s Luna Parque!
This book is recommended by the LER + National Reading Plan program. The National Reading Plan is a public initiative, under the responsibility of the Ministry of Education and was created with the aim of raising literacy levels. After their publication, the books are evaluated by experts and subsequently integrated into the list of recommendations, which is organized by age group and type of reading suggested.
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