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Pamela Panamá ya no cree en cuentos de hadas
Author: Violeta Monreal
Illustrator: Violeta Monreal
Ages: From 8 to 11 years old
Collection: Pamela Panamá (serie)
Publisher: Anaya
Publication Year: 2002
ISBN: 978-84-667-1643-7

Pamela Panama no longer believes in fairy tales

8 th edition: January 2011

Duende Verde Series # 130

Format: 12.50 x 19.00 cm.
Binding: Paperback

Pages: 96


Pamela is a girl who feels herself too old to read fairy tales. On her birthday she receives a gift from his grandfather. The gift is a box in which there are three little bottles. Pamela drink the contents of one of them and is transported to the incredible world of Jipi-Japa where all people wear hats. Illustrious beings, fantastic beings and human beings held a hat contest every year that whoever wins meet any of their wishes ... Magic, spells, feelings of friendship and loyalty are among the ingredients that populate this story where reality and fantasy are mixed. A story in which all the characters are named with hats names. At the end of the book there is a dictionary in which, in an entertaining way, you will find descriptions of all the hats from different eras that have appeared.


Pamela Panamá is a series of three books, up to the moment, that reflect the conflict that is given when there comes the age in which the infancy opens way to the adolescence and the doubts come. By enterteining adventures in which there are mixed both, real and imaginary worlds, Pamela Panama and his friends will know the commitment with the others across the human relations, as well as the overcoming of the own fears.

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