شجرتي شجرة البرتقال الرائعة | خوسيه ماورو دي فاسكونسيلوس

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Who is this kid that everyone calls the little devil and the gutters cat? And what child is this who carries a bird in his heart that sings?
“My Wonderful Orange Tree” by José Mauro de Vasconcelos is a work that teaches in Brazilian schools and that professors in French institutes advise their students to read... It is a touching and humane work by a child poet who is no more than his age. Five years... A work that not only tells a fairy tale or the dreams of youngsters in Brazil, but also narrates the adventures of the writer in his childhood, the adventures of the child who learned to read at the age of four without a teacher, the child who carries in his heart a bird and in his head a demon whispers to him ideas that get him into trouble. With adults... This is a sweet novel, the sweetness of the sap of a sweet orange... A human novel that describes the innocence that a child's heart can hold, and introduces us to the poet's innate spirit... The story of a child bearing the blood of the indigenous people of Brazil, a child who steals every morning from the garden of a rich man a flower for his teacher. ...and he wonders with the utmost innocence: Did God not give flowers to all people?


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