- Publisher:Walker Books Ltd; New Ed edition (2006)
- Pages:272 pages
- FB2 format1870 kb
- ePUB format1775 kb
- DJVU format1676 kb
- Formats:lit lrf azw mbr
There is some reference to prostitution, which I sort of skipped over, so it's up to you how young a child you would feel comfortable reading it to, but my daughter is a pretty sophisticated reader otherwise. SPOILER ALERT: I love that while it seems it might end up being a love story, it's really about empowering girls via education.
Book was in good condition and arrived in a short space of time. It will be useful for my daughter's drama exam later on this year. There is some reference to prostitution, which I sort of skipped over, so it's up to you how young a child you would feel comfortable reading it to, but my daughter is a pretty sophisticated reader otherwise.
Daughter of Venice book. The author, Donna Jo Napoli, did a tremendous job explaining the setting and characters, making the plot and characters come to life. I found myself predicting throughout the entire book, there was a lot of action and twists. The story was about a fourteen year old girl, Donata, who lives during the 1590s in Venice. She is a noble daughter, and in noble families only one daughter and son may marry. Usually, I do not enjoy Historical Fiction novels, but Daughter of Venice was an exception.
Laura remains in the conservatory, practicing violin. But the bumpy toad and the wide, scuttling crab are almost as precious. The canals of Venice teem with crabs
Award-winning author Donna Jo Napoli whisks young readers away to glittering Renaissance Venice in this first-rate .
Award-winning author Donna Jo Napoli whisks young readers away to glittering Renaissance Venice in this first-rate historical novel about a young woman who longs to experience the wide world beyond her cloistered window. The year is 1592, and 14-year-old Donata is a pampered member of the noble Mocenigo family.
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Napoli's many fans will not be disappointed by this engrossing and exotic novel. товар 3 Daughter of Venice Napoli, Donna Jo Mass Market Paperback Used - Very Good -Daughter of Venice Napoli, Donna Jo Mass Market Paperback Used - Very Good. 245,78 RUB. + 615,99 RUB за доставку. товар 4 Daughter of Venice by Donna Jo Napoli (2003, Paperback) -Daughter of Venice by Donna Jo Napoli (2003, Paperback). 91,78 RUB. + 2 528,64 RUB за доставку.
Donna Jo Napoli is the author of Crazy Jack, The Magic Circle, Stones in Water, and many other books, and is the chairperson of the linguistics department at Swarthmore College. Библиографические данные. Random House Children's Books, 2002.
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