Eva Cafè

Eva Cafè

Il podcast dei libri per piccoli ragazzi e grandi bambini. Di tutte le età.

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September 1, 2018 7 min
Come orientarsi nel mare di informazioni che oggi ci arrivano da ogni parte? Come riconoscere le menzogne, le bufale, le fake news?
Parole chiave: verità, menzogne, narrazioni, comunicazione, cittadinanza.
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Chi sono i rom? Come vivono? Da dove vengono?
E’ il tema di Katitzi, edito in Italia da Iperborea.
Parole chiave: razzismo, pregiudizi, rom, resilienza, culture
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September 2, 2018 7 min
Che cosa significa crescere con una disabilità importante?
E’ il tema di Melody, edito in Italia da Feltrinelli.
Parole chiave: inclusione, empatia, relazioni, pregiudizi, comunicazione.
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Una storia senza tempo, che viene dalla Svezia e che la casa editrice Iperborea ha ripubblicato in Italia quest’anno.
Parole chiave: saggezza, bellezza, desideri, ricordi, destini.
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Si può viaggiare spediti come una lettera?
Succede a Johanna Pearson, una ragazzina di 12 anni. Un libro edito da Giunti nella collana Colibrì.
Parole chiave: viaggio, amicizia, avventura, crescita, giustizia.
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Cosa succede se si viene costretti a fare una vacanza all’insegna della disintossicazione digitale? Senza computer, senza tablet, senza smartphone, senza internet?
E’ il tema di questo libro, edito da Einaudi Ragazzi, nella collana Storie e rime.
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Il mio libro preferito!
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December 4, 2019 11 min
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December 5, 2019 7 min
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December 5, 2019 6 min
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December 15, 2019 14 min
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December 17, 2019 12 min
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December 17, 2019 9 min
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