visión de conjunto:Críticas There are so many reasons to love the Anna Hibiscus books as wonderful stories with beautiful illustrations; but the inclusion of a mixed-race family and unfamiliar cultural setting make these important books to share with every child * Child-Led Chaos * a story of sizzling happiness that starts small and grows irrepressibly...her township is beautifully drawn...a book to put - and keep - a smile on your face * The Observer * A life-affirming way to encourage your child to celebrate simple joys * Junior * Memorable and enchanting. * School Library Journal * An interesting read in which we learn to appreciate the joys of African life. * Cork Evening Echo * In her first novel storyteller Atinuke guides us through Anna's throughly modern multicultural life and family and Lauren Tobia's evocative illustrations spill around the text. * Juno * A series of lively captivating tales. * The Scotsman * This is a wonderful collection of colourful warm and lively stories to be read over and over. * Primary Times * Reseña del editor A collection of four linked stories of family life set in modern west Africa.Anna Hibiscus lives in amazing Africa with her mother her father her baby twin brothers and lots and lots of her family. Join her as she splashes in the sea prepares for a party sells oranges and hopes to see sweet sweet snow! Biografía del autor Atinuke is a Nigerian storyteller. She draws upon her recent ancestry from Yoruba land England and Wales and more ancient origins of Spain Portugal and China to tell stories from both the world of folktales and contemporary life. She lives in Wales with her husband and two sons. Anna Hibiscus is her first title for Walker Books.Lauren Tobia worked as an intensive care nurse before graduating from the University of the West of England with a degree in Illustration. While studying she was highly commended in the Macmillan Children's Book Prize. She lives in Bristol and has two daughters and a greyhound called Mickey.