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10 petits insectes ✈ [PDF / Epub] ✅ 10 petits insectes By Davide Calì ✸ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk In Davide Cali and Vincent Pianina's hilarious mystery ten eccentric insects each with something to hide are brought to a mysterious house on a secluded island for the weekend Then one by one very unu In Davide Cali and Vincent Pianina's hilarious mystery ten eccentric insects each with something to hide are brought to a mysterious house on a secluded island for the weekend Then 10 petits Epub / one by one very unusual things start happening to them But of course all is not as it seems.

10 thoughts on “10 petits insectes

  1. Susan Susan says:

    Assumed I was interlibraryloaning a picture book It is tagged as a YA graphic novel I am not wild about how it looks like a children's picture book for the very young in every way on the cover and size etc but the content is inappropriate beheadings corpsedead talk and so on As I read on I realized it was a take on Agatha Christie's classic Ten Little Indians While a clever idea that is well executed slight pun intended there are a lot of parents who will not be aware that this is not what their five year old should be looking at or their eight year old should be reading because of that confusion I am not a fan of the deliberately confusing book especially when children are involved Publisher a little responsibility please

  2. Seth Schleicher Seth Schleicher says:

    Book Title 10 Little insects Author Illustrator David Cali Vincent PianinaReading Level SBook Level 53Book Summary Ten insects are brought to a mysterious house when odd things start to happen Detective work is needed to solve the puzzle which will surprise the students This text was selected because there is a variety of insects written about in this story as an information introduction to the insect unit Bookshelf Mentor Writing Traits ConventionsVoice This graphic novel is filled with action and dialogue As a class we could have each student pick a character and they can create a fun voice for each insect This book will help teaching conventions as it has many mechanical pieces to the dialogue of the story This story is full of reactions and emotion to truly get the students engaged and will help build on the mechanical aspects of writing

  3. Sofie Lai Sofie Lai says:

    this book is a funny comic about ten insects that get trapped in a mansion that has a bunch of traps on turtle island can you guess why its called turtle island?

  4. Karen Karen says:

    Entertaining but very odd indeed A version of Agatha Christie's And Then They Were None with a cast of eccentric insects

  5. Sarah Wyatt Sarah Wyatt says:

    This book is essentially And Then There Were None told with insects It was humorous at moments but it was very similar to the original so I was a little bored with it

  6. Sherrie Sherrie says:

    Ten Little Insects is a retelling of Agatha Christie's Ten Little Indians using bugs as main characters I enjoyed this graphic novel and found it uite humorous but don't know that it will appeal to the middle grade audience to which it's targeted This might be better enjoyed by older teens or young adults

  7. Linda Weeks Linda Weeks says:

    When I first heard of '10 Little Insects' at a recent CBCA conference in Adelaide I thought it would be fun to read As I moved through the pages on a glum Saturday afternoon I didn't expect to be sitting and giggling much to the mirth of my familyFrom the first pages of this new graphic novel to the very end which I almost missed there was a lot to keep you laughing and musing about along the way In this whodunnit mystery we follow the trails of 10 insects invited to Tortoise Island for a variety of curious reasons Each 'guest' has come along with a different expectation of a weekend at an exclusive but mysterious mansion on a secluded islandUnfortunately one by one they meet an untimely death reminiscent of Agatha Christie's 'And Then There Were None' or 'Ten Little Indians' as it was released in the US Of course they attempt to solve the mystery of individual deaths along the way but as in any good Agatha Christie novel the crimes aren't solved completely till the very end; in an extremely humorous way'10 Little Insects' was launched in Australia by Nicki Greenberg a very clever Australian writer and illustrator with an affinity for graphic novels You can read her comments from the launch and thus understand why she was the ideal candidate to launch the book in Australia Read her comments carefully especially when she implorestry if you possibly can to slow down just a tiny bit Linger a little in the wonderful lush landscapes of the island and the fabulous interiors of the mansion Enjoy the clever use of space in the page layouts the colours and textures and the complex blocking reuired to portray so many characters’ interlocking conversations Nicki Greenberg And since Nicki spoke so elouently and effusively about this book there is little I can say except to recommend your read this whenever you get the chance then read it again to pick up what you missed either in the clever illustrations of Vincent Pianina Davide Cali's punctuating text the first time

  8. Mishaela Littlefield Mishaela Littlefield says:

    When 10 little insects receive invitations in the mail to attend an event on the infamous Tortoise Island they're absolutely ecstatic From the promise of a luxurious singles weekend to the hopes of winning a swimming competition title these insects all end up on the same fishing boat headed to the Island but all whilst believing they're headed there for different events When the boat swiftly drops them off on the Island's edge the story suddenly turns dark and mysterious The insects slowly start dying in unpredictable ways and no one on the Island can seem to figure out who the culprit is The story takes the reader through countless different scenarios of who the killer could possibly be all while constantly keeping them on their toes with plot twists hidden on every pageThis graphic novel is laid out like a comic book with multiple illustrations located inside various boxes scattered on the page There are little text bubbles that pop up alongside the characters so the reader is provided with dialogue and context throughout the whole story The illustrations use cartoons to convey the characters and scenery while filling them in with scribbles and smooth bright colors The book uses suspense to take the reader through the mystery of who could be doing such heinous things to the poor insects This book is definitely geared towards older kids since the subject matter is based on murders and ultimately trying to figure out who the killer is

  9. Kevin Dolorico Kevin Dolorico says:

    Boy interesting read We're actually going through our 3rd read of this in less than 24 hours With an almost 6 year oldCompelling storylineAmusing artworkGreat presentation It's my fault for not giving this a full read at the library before bringing it home The plot is really dark spoiler alertYeah every insect dies My son has chosen to skip over a few panes where the doctor does some work on a millipede thinking it's a worm But yeah He says he can handle it and I think it's exposing him to some fascinating themes some I probably would rather not coverNext time I'll look for a lighthearted uplifting mystery book More Scooby Doo ish and less Agatha Christie

  10. Blayne Hendricks Blayne Hendricks says:

    10 little insects is a laugh out loud graphic style novel for children The story is about ten different bugs that have crazy mysteries pop up in their lives They play detective to find out what happened The story takes twists and turns as you get to know all of the little bugs The story is great for middle aged children and up As an adult I found myself wrapped up in the story excited to get to the next page The book has the classic comic book layout of panels and gutters The text is very small with a lot happening on each page so it may be hard for a read aloud But as a solo reader it is a great book The sizing of the panels do a great job of showing the level of importance for each scene and help the reader to follow along with the author's plan

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