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The ladybird who lost three spots

This beautiful, adorable children’s storybook describes a ladybird who has lost three spots and goes on a tireless search for them in her garden. When she is looking for the spots, she notices the freckles of a girl—and that girl is thrilled to see the ladybird. The purpose of the story is to remind us to accept change as a part of life. After all, it’s that very change that always makes others happy while enriching us with new experiences.

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The ladybird who lost three spots

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This beautiful, adorable children’s storybook describes a ladybird who has lost three spots and goes on a tireless search for them in her garden.

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This beautiful, adorable children’s storybook describes a ladybird who has lost three spots and goes on a tireless search for them in her garden. When she is looking for the spots, she notices the freckles of a girl—and that girl is thrilled to see the ladybird. The purpose of the story is to remind us to accept change as a part of life. After all, it’s that very change that always makes others happy while enriching us with new experiences.

The author. Tadeja Pirnat Battelli

Publisher: Multa Verba Books

Illustrations: Nejka Selešnik

Design: Mia Sivec

Release year: 2022

 

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Italiano, Slovensko, Angleško

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Fairytales aren’t just written for children. We adults need them as much, or perhaps even more. The Ladybird Who Lost Three Spots is a wonderful story about something valuable we think we have lost even when we continue to carry it within us. It teaches us that things we have lost don’t make us any less, but that we remain just as perfect and accepted. Only when the ladybird stopped focusing on what she had lost was she able to enjoy what she was and find a vanished fragment of herself. The story seems simple, but it’s precisely its simplicity that gives us an opportunity to feel its depth in a relaxed, untroubled way. It’s like gentle meditation that gives us inner peace. The details are what ultimately matters, and by focusing on them, we too can be enchanted by the intoxicating smell of lilac and jasmine—and we can relax, if only for a moment. Beautiful images help our imaginations run even wilder. Every fairytale should be written with the thought of giving something to children, and this story serves as an excellent argument for the gentle acceptance of oneself and of change, and how we can find peace in any moment. Life is simple, and it is enriched by small, beautiful things–like the three spots that never vanished after all. Congratulations to the author for a wonderful story.

Ana Hazler