Ulrike Rylance Emma in Buttonland

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Button up for an exciting new adventure story!Emma is staying with her cranky Uncle Hubert and strict Aunt Mechthild during the holiday. At first it appears that this will be a long and dull visit, filled with lonely activities. However, Emma soon discovers that her aunt and uncle have countless rooms, each designated with their very own quirky collection. There is a room just for snail-shells and another for perfume samples. One evening Emma stumbles upon the Button Room, and suddenly a big gold button starts talking to her! When Emma touches it, she shrinks to button size and finds herself in the magical Buttonland. No sooner has she arrived than the Button Police are after her in hot pursuit—it is their job, after all, to persecute all Non-Buttons. Luckily for Emma, she meets Louise, a silver button, and Gustav, a stag horn button. Together they try to help Emma back to the human world. That marks the beginning of a thrilling journey through the land of buttons. Emma in Buttonland is for any child with a love for magical worlds full of adventure, and for any parent who fondly remembers classic stories such as Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Gulliver's Travels. 77 color illustrations
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    Emma in Buttonland
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    LeoLoewchen

    03. November 2013 um 12:34

    Imagine you’re in a land full of buttons! And you’re very tiny… That’s what happened to Emma! Today I’m writing about “Emma in Buttonland”written by Ulrike Rylance and published by Sky Pony Press.   Emma’s Mother is in Africa for a few weeks. So Emma has to spent her vacation with her Uncle Hubert and Aunt Mechthild. First, it’s very boring and not in the least exciting. Uncle Hubert loves collecting everything! So the huge house is full of useless things. Aunt Mechthild shows every room to Emma …but one room was locked! The button room…! Emma wanted to know what is hiding behind this mysterious door. So she tried the secret key …and it works! For the first sight, it was just a room full of buttons. But then Emma saw a big, gold Button …and it talks to her. Emma was completely fascinated, touches the Button and then… She began to become smaller and thinner! After a few minutes, the room full of Buttons was like a huge land….the Buttonland.  But Emma wanted to become big again as soon as possible. What will happen in Buttonland? Are there any more, speaking Buttons? And are they friendly…? Find it out yourself    First for my German readers…YES! There is  a German Version, too. Called “Emma im Knopfland”.   The huge story is so nice and so lovely to read! The cute illustrations makes it a perfect book for young children. The idea behind the story is totally wonderful. For me as a German it’s great fun to read German words like “Lederhosen” or “Edelweiss” in a English book… it seems to be a little strange, but it’s good for the readers attention  There’s nothing bad in this book, so I have to give these points:   I´m giving 5 points for this super cute book!   And soon, it’s over. God bye… Sincerely Yours Leo Löwchen

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