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Još nam samo ale fale By Ljubivoje Ršumović Dušan Petričić,

  • Title: Još nam samo ale fale
  • Author: Ljubivoje Ršumović Dušan Petričić
  • ISBN: 9788670030145
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Knjiga koju su volele, itale, nad njom jele i sa njom spavale generacije dece Za to i va e dete ne bi imalo svoju omiljenu alu Nau ite ta jedu male ale, zbog ega je tu an jedan zmaj, ko je aspida Kosana, kakvu urku prave akrepi i jo mnogo urnebesnih udesa.
    Jo nam samo ale fale Knjiga koju su volele itale nad njom jele i sa njom spavale generacije dece Za to i va e dete ne bi imalo svoju omiljenu alu Nau ite ta jedu male ale zbog ega je tu an jedan zmaj ko je aspida Kosa

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    1. Rsumovic, Ljubivoje Petricic, Dusan All We Need Are Dragons 1987 Rsumovic and Petricic s All We Need are Dragons, or Jos Nam Samo Ale Fale, is a Serbian collection of poems that is both visually stunning, as well as brilliantly organized The poems are accompanied by Petricic s illustrations of dragons, but not dragons that we are used to seeing, such as Tolkien s Smaug Petricic s rendering of the dragons is much imaginative and reminiscent of Dr Seuss drawings, creating a world that is uniform [...]

    2. Since this book consists of a number of separate poems about dragons rather than a continuous narrative and is written in Serbian, it is difficult to discern the meaning of some poems based on single illustrations, but a few themes emerge First, a couple of the poems seem to be discussing the possibility of keeping dragons as pets, including the poem that is illustrated with a woman walking a dragon on a leash that is urinating on a tree Second, there is a sense that dragons are saddened by thei [...]

    3. All we need are dragons is a Serbian book of short poems about dragons living in our world Many of the poems seem to be very silly from the illustrations such as dragons getting married, dragons sad because they re not a popular pet or dragons in jail I enjoyed reading this book even though I couldn t understand what it was about The illustrations gave me a good idea of what each poem may be about The illustrations were also very cartoony and reminded me of a mix between Shel Silverstein and Dr [...]

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