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[BOOKS] ✯ Pomelo grandit By Ramona Badescu – Salbutamol-ventolin-online.info

Pomelo grandit

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[BOOKS] ✯ Pomelo grandit By Ramona Badescu – Salbutamol-ventolin-online.info
  • Hardcover
  • 40 pages
  • Pomelo grandit
  • Ramona Badescu
  • English
  • 07 July 2018
  • 9781592701117

10 thoughts on “Pomelo grandit

  1. says:

    When Pomelo the garden elephant passes his favorite dandelion and discovers that it looks rather small, he realizes that he himself has grown. This change precipitates a period of intense questioning, as he begins to wonder just what growing up entails, and what it will mean. He wonders what happens on the inside, to cause growth on the outside, and wonders if everyone grows at the same rate. Does growing up entail growing old? Will he turn gray when he's grown? In the end, Pomelo discovers that he is no longer as afraid as he once was, setting out from his garden on a voyage of exploration...

    Originally published in France as Pomelo grandit, and translated into English by the wonderful Brooklyn-based Enchanted Lion Books, Pomelo Begins to Grow presents a gently contemplative, and ultimately thought-provoking look at an issue of interest to all children: growing up. Some of the issues that Pomelo considers may have also occurred to the young reader/listener, while others might be new to him, but by presenting her elephantine hero as a young person with lots of questions, Ramona Badescu highlights the importance and validity of questioning itself, as an essential component of the maturation process. The artwork by Benjamin Chaud is colorful, quirky and appealing, depicting Pomelo and his friends in any number of whimsically amusing ways, depending upon the question and/or imagining being discussed in the text. I particularly liked Pomelo's winding trunk! Recommended to anyone looking for picture-books with a more philosophical bent, or who enjoys Benjamin Chaud's artwork.

  2. says:

    I liked the part when pomelo learned to say goodbye to things he loved.

  3. says:

    Can we be frank? Pomelo looks like a slab of something vaguely phallic. It distracted me, even though he was a very charming character.

  4. says:

    I’ve put off reading this book because the little elephant’s trunk reminds me of a tapeworm which causes flashbacks to freshman year zoology and that was wretched.

    And yet, tapeworm and all, this book is anything but wretched. It has some very sweet messages in its pages which ultimately make up for the main character’s unfortunate resemblance to a helminth.

  5. says:

    How did it take me so long to discover Pomelo?! I will never understand the less than charming reviews this book has received. It is one of the best picture books I have read this year, with a sweet and humorous look at growing up. I want to run out and buy it for my nieces and nephew and parents and everyone in between.

  6. says:

    One of the rare children's book which when we read together I felt like I was the intended audience, especially when we came to this part:


    Perhaps I have more growing up to do.

  7. says:

    Pomelo is very cute. The art is charming, and it's a nice story about growing up, but not too fast.

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  9. says:

    Precious, precious Pomelo!

  10. says:

    I didn't really get it as a child's book.

    I think some stuff in the beginning could be used to motivate a class session on measurement (especially one using non-traditional measures).

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