Fordító: Andrew C. Rouse
Móra Kiadó, 2010
56 oldal, Kemény kötés
"When Danny first went to nursery school he was really happy that he was going to nursery school, he just wasnt too happy about having to stay there." Because that's how it goes: people are happy, and then they aren't. And it's just the same if the person happens to be small. After all, it's a great thing rank and respect! to reach nursery-school age. On the other hand: there's no mummy, only a nursery-school teacher in a place you don't know amongst children you don't know. And you can't run back home. Well, that's how it starts. But luckily "nursery-school consciousness" prevails in the little group, and with that begins nursery school life, with its little everyday happenings, joys and tensions. The jollity and wisdom in Éva Janikovszky's book, which displays such a depth of knowledge of children and which has appeared in so many languages, is complemented by the sunny, colourful illustrations of László Réber. A(z) Nursery School, Here I Come! (Könyv) szerzője Janikovszky Éva.
Sam McBratneyTaláld ki, mennyire szeretlek tavasszal
Móra FerencA nagyhatalmú sündisznócska
Levente TaniKifli, a viking
Richard ScarryBalfogások, nyafogások Tesz -Vesz városban - Tesz-Vesz város
Steve BynghallAgymanók - Képes kalauz
Zdenek MilerA beteg hangya
Szepes MáriaPöttyös Panni 4. - Bolondos szerszámok
Jocelin SanschagrinCaillou - A bili
Janikovszky ÉvaNursery School, here I come!