visión de conjunto:Críticas It's a lovely book and will be great for classroom use and act as a good springboard for further activities. - Parents in Touch (UK) This book along with its companion titles is a valuable resource for those wanting to explore other cultures their traditions and customs and how enriched countries have become due to the many multicultural influences. It's a must for libraries and schools tourist and travel shops. - Kids Book Review (Australia) Tina's unique interpretation lights up every page her creative illustrations capture the sights sounds and flavours that make this book an English celebration...it was lovely to see the kaleidoscope of personalities enjoying the year's festivities in their own special way. - Creative Kids Tales (Australia) Reseña del editor Meet Aman Victoria Amelia Tandi and George - English children representing a multicultural blend of culture and race that typifies our beautiful country. They will take you through a year in the life of English kids from celebrations to traditions to events to our everyday way of life and the little things that make childhood so memorable. They are our English childhood. An English Year is a picture book bursting with national pride. It is a snapshot of who we are as a nation blending our modern-day culture and lifestyle with past traditions and strong heritage. Its pages feature meandering text dates and gorgeous illustrations showcasing our five English children at play at school at home and enjoying the sights and sites of England - from the northern moors and breathtaking Lake District to our pebbly seasides bustling cities and historical country towns. Biografía del autor Tania McCartney is an award-winning author editor illustrator and founder of highly regarded children's literature website Kids' Book Review and the 52-Week Illustration Challenge. Her previous titles with Tina Snerling are Peas in a Pod Tottie and Dot and the bestselling An Aussie Year. Tina Snerling is an illustrator graphic designer creator and Mother. She is privileged to spend the most part of her days daydreaming out her sundrenched window while creating worlds that allow her to travel anywhere without leaving her studio.