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El galardonado y exitoso equipo de marido y mujer formado por Kevin Henkes y Laura Dronzek colabora por primera vez desde su aclamado libro ilustrado Pájaros. Antes de que llegue la primavera, los árboles son palos oscuros, la hierba es marrón y el suelo está cubierto de nieve. Pero si se espera, las hojas se despliegan y las flores florecen, la hierba se vuelve verde y los montículos de nieve se encogen y se reducen. La primavera trae pajaritos, semillas que brotan, lluvia y barro, y charcos. Puedes sentirla, olerla y oírla, ¡y puedes leerla! Kevin Henkes utiliza imágenes sorprendentes, repeticiones y aliteraciones para introducir conceptos básicos del lenguaje y el cambio de las estaciones. Y los magníficos y exuberantes cuadros de Laura Dronzek muestran la transformación del tranquilo y frío invierno a la alegre primavera recién nacida. Observa cómo se transforma el mundo cuando llega la primavera.

Cuando hace frío y nieva y es sombrío y marrón, la primavera parece muy lejana. Pero, si esperas, pronto verás hojas y flores. Pronto sentirás los sauces y las gotas de lluvia. Pronto olerás las flores y el barro. Pronto oirás los pájaros y el zumbido de las abejas. ¿Estás preparado para la primavera?

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First published in 1950, when digital electronics was in its infancy, I, Robot was certainly visionary and would have an enormous influence not only on all subsequent science fiction, but even on the science of robotics itself. Here Issac Asomov formulated for the first time the three fundamental laws of robotics, which he would use to raise questions that delve into the fields of ethics and psychology: what is the difference between an intelligent robot and a human being, can the creator of a robot predict its behavior, should logic determine what a robot’s behavior should be, and should it be possible for the robot’s creator to predict its behavior? Should logic determine what is best for humanity? Through a series of stories connected by the character of the robopsychologist Susan Calvin, in which all kinds of intelligent machines appear – robots that read thoughts, robots that go mad, robots with a sense of humor or political robots – Asimov invents increasingly perfect robots, which become a challenge for their creators.

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