The book "Kake Make and the runaway ears" tells the story of a strange problem that sometimes happened to Kake Make - she suddenly stopped hearing. Ah, that Kake Make! He didn't hear his mother, he didn't hear his father, he didn't listen to his grandmother. And so every day, at least three times! Sometimes this happened to Kakė Makė's father as well - her mother used to call this terrible illness of her father by a strange word: ARMANKASAKEI.
What to do when the ears run away? Where to look for them and how to get them back? This booklet describes one of the more interesting abilities of both small and well-grown humans. It manifests itself in the fact that a person can be attentive to information that is interesting, valuable and necessary for him, but binding messages or unpleasant tasks often fly past his ears like two distant planets.
What parents say about the book:
- My children and I have read this book many times, as well as "Disorder Dwarf". Although we have read it so many times, the author's illustrations still continue to amaze me. After a good six months of reading, I only now found those escaped, well-hidden ears of the author. Beautiful Lina!
- We received this book, the first of the Kakė Makė series, now we want it with the Netorkas gnome. My daughter and I were skeptical about it, but after a hesitant first read, we now use it five times a day and it's our favorite. Daughter 2.4 years old.
Kake Kake's picture books are a series of books about a five-year-old girl who enjoys her childhood and tries to get to know the whole world around her! While getting to know him, the heroine faces various situations and challenges - fear, jealousy, anger, laziness. Unexpected stories, told with the help of a lot of unique illustrations, do not moralize, but help to arouse the child's imagination and encourage him to find the right answer himself. These are books that will help you negotiate with the child in difficult situations, develop the child's daily habits and develop his emotional intelligence.
Author and illustrator Lina Zutaute is an artist and writer of children's books, born and still living in Siauliai. The first author's book "Kake Make and Netvarkos nykstukas" appeared in 2010. and was recognized as the best book for young readers by the International Association of Literature for Children and Young Adults (IBBY). in 2013 Lina Zutauta was awarded the children's literature prize for her work for children, for the combination of image and word. The author's work has been translated into Latvian, Estonian, Russian, Danish, Italian, Korean and many other languages.
Recommended for children aged 3-6 years.