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Dla wszystkich, którzy pytają, kiedy znów coś napiszę dla odbiorcy w innym przedziale wiekowym niż czytelnicy FNiN, mam odpowiedź w dziesięciu obrazkach

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W najbliższą niedzielę (6 sierpnia) Rafał Kosik będzie gościem Festiwalu Stolica Języka Polskiego w Zamościu. Serdecznie zapraszamy na spotkanie o godzinie 11:30 w Małej Czytelni na Rynku Wodnym.

Mieszkacie w okolicach Rabki? A może jesteście tam na wakacjach?

Do you live around rabka? Or are you on vacation?
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W najbliższą sobotę (15 lipca) odwiedzę Rabkę, gdzie odbywa się właśnie Rabka Festival, czyli festiwal literatury dziecięcej. Serdecznie zapraszam na spotkanie ze mną o godz. 16:00 w Miejskiej Bibliotece Publicznej.

Festiwal literatury dziecięcej w Rabce-Zdroju, znanej jako Miasto Dzieci. Organizator: Agencja Promocyjna OKO i Miejska Biblioteka Publiczna
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Czy to urodziny Amelii czy Kuby?

Is it Amelia or Cuba's birthday? :)
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Chwalą nas "Autor w zaskakujący sposób przekazuje emocje i problemy młodym czytelnikom. Język, którego używa jest lekki, przyjemny, wyjątkowo klarowny, a wszystkie słowa, które mogłyby zostać niezrozumiałe podczas lektury, wytłumaczone zostają w zabawny sposób".
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A tu taka sytuacja: "Stuoki potwór" z nominacją do Nagrody im. Makuszyńskiego . Trzymajcie kciuki!

And Here's the situation: "Stuoki Monster" from nomination to reward them. Makuszyńskiego :) Fingers crossed!
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Decyzją jury 24. Ogólnopolskiej Nagrody Literackiej im. Kornela Makuszyńskiego w składzie: Grażyna Lewandowicz- Nosal (przewodnicząca), Aneta Satława, Jerzy Kumiega, Małgorzata Chrobak, Anna Maria …
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W sobotę Rafał czeka na Was na Stadionie Narodowym w Warszawie

Saturday rafał is waiting for you at the national stadium in Warsaw :)
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A czytelnicy czytają "Książka aż iskrzy się humorem, nie brakuje także chwil grozy".

Jedenastolatkowie: uzdolniona plastycznie Amelia i łobuziak Kuba oraz ich rodzeństwo: dziewięcioletni Albert i sześcioletnia Mi odkrywają tajemnicę starego dębu. Co kryje się pośród liści dwustuletn...
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"bo Kosik nie zapomina, że pisze dla dzieci - ucząc trudnych rzeczy, nie przygnębia" - i za to go kochamy

Artykuł: Przygoda czeka za rogiem. Śmiałam się w głos na wyprawie marzącej o własnym zwierzątku Mi do zoo, i przy jej niezwykłym odkryciu, że to miejsce to nie wielki sklep ze zwierzętami lecz więzienie - bo Kosik nie zapomina, że pisz...
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Pierwsza poważna recenzja najnowszego tomu Amelii i Kuby

First serious review of the latest volume of Amelia and Cuba :)
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W dzisiejszym filmiku pokażę Wam moich ulubieńców! Mega spodobała mi się książka! Znajduje się w niej wiele przygód, naprawdę Wam polecam :) Na instagramie t...
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Czyżby pamiętniczek Mi?

Are you telling me? :)
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Przygody Oli Radomiak z Piotrkowa Trybunalskiego

Amelia i Kuba updated their cover photo.
May 9, 2017
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To dziś Nowa "Amelka" do kupienia w Empiku.
Rafał Kosik
Amelia i Kuba. Tajemnica dębowej korony.
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"— Dzień dobry. — Mi oparła dłonie o ladę kasy. — Macie małpy? Szukam takich niewrednych....

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It's today :) new "Amelka" to buy in and. Rafał Kosik Amelia and Cuba. The Secret of the crown. (excerpt) "- Good morning. She put her hands on the counter. Do you have monkeys? I'm looking for such niewrednych. Salesgirl looked at her from behind the big glasses that made her eyes look twice as big. - the mascots are here. She pointed the bookcase next door. She came up to the bookcase and stuck her lips. There were stuffed animals on the shelves. And yes, some of them were plush monkeys. There were even hairy backpacks, which, after assumption, looked like someone was carrying a monkey on their shoulders. - they're not monkeys. - of course they are. Salesgirl took one of the mascots off the shelf. - it's... probably a chimp. - Gee, can't you see it's not a monkey? - of course monkey. Doesn't look like a crocodile or a hippo. Albert, explain. - technically, it's not a monkey, it's a monkey model - explained kindly Albert. - big eyes behind big glasses. - it's like a car model - patiently translating Albert. - car model is not a car. - Oh, of course. Salesgirl finally figured out what was going on. - we only have stuffed animals and plastic... Badziewki. She touched a basket with plastic toys. - so the monkeys are over? - she made sure of me. - we've never had real monkeys here. - but it's a zoo, right? - she was dragging me. There should be real monkeys in the zoo. - they are, of course they are. On the monkey catwalk. Over there. She pointed out the second entrance to the store. It's from the zoo. Yeah. Thank you. - I got drunk and moved towards the door. Unfortunately, when she got to them, she saw no doorknob. - what's up? - it's the door for the zoo out of the zoo. People can go to the store after sightseeing. You need to go back, buy a ticket and get in the gate. - come on! I'm running out of money for a monkey. - you can't go in there without a ticket. It's against gas - - stop it! She almost screamed at me. - this nice lady showed me to go to the monkey paddock. I'm sure there's a paragraph in the rules of procedure that you have to listen to zoo workers or something. Albert was thinking. - I haven't read the zoo rules yet. The door with the restraining order opened. She was just leaving the family who finished the tour. - see? The rules of procedure must be somewhere behind that door. - well, I was able to close the door, stop them from closing. - come and read it. They came through the door. The rules of procedure actually hung on the wall - the big board was written by small letters. It would take an hour to read it. Besides, none of the people in this room have ever seen it. - take a picture, then read it - she advised me. - I can't visit the zoo without knowing the rules. Albert was standing in front of the board and it looked like he was really going to read it all. - you already did. - I'm on a broad avenue. And how does the rules of procedure say you have to keep walking and not stop? Albert didn't know what to do with that information. What if I'm right? He took a tablet out of his backpack, took a picture. - "forbidden to take pictures" - read the first point and swallow saliva. It's too late, ' cause even if he gets the picture, it's not gonna change, ' cause he's already done it He calmed down until he read further - "the ban does not apply to photos made for personal use". He went after the girl. She didn't look at me. There wasn't much to see. The heat made animals lie in the shadows. She was walking, running with a monkey monkey. Albert followed her by reading further points of the rules of procedure: - "no balloons are allowed". - what do balloons hurt? She asked without interest. - I suspect they might scare some animals. - then ugly people shouldn't let them in either. Monkeys! It sped up the pace and stopped until it was protected by the rows of large cages. - nasty one - she rated critically the residents of the first cage. And they have red asses. - it's baboons. Why are we here? - for the monkey. - she went further to smaller runs. - THESE DON ' T... they're not... - these look like fools, and they're even worse, just sitting there staring. Oh! These are good. What do you think? She stopped in front of the cage with little black monkeys. - He's a chimpanzee. He dumped Albert and returned to reading the rules. - "you can't feed animals". - some ćwierćmózgi wrote it. Animals have to be fed or they'll starve. See how much these rules are worth? She was studying the plaque in front of the cage. - well, I don't see the price. It's probably just like the supermarket. You take what you want, you pay when you leave. - these monkeys are not for sale - said Albert. - so it's like an exhibition? - she made sure of me. All right, there's gotta be a monkey magazine out there or something. And then, the field of vision covered her big yellow dress with a big yellow woman inside. - look, Henry - said a woman improving the big yellow hat. You can't see through these bars. What's with the bars? Henry, probably the husband, was twice as small and I guess he'd rather not talk. Isn't it enough to tell these monkeys not to leave? A woman went straight to me without even noticing. I went back to avoid stomping and suddenly she noticed hidden from the side of the door that said " only for staff She approached them. - it says " only for staff - and who's that? - whoever works here. - Oh, and I'm looking for this guy. She pressed the handle. The door was open. Albert nodded. - you can't go in there. Now I should find a staff member and inform you that you opened that door. My arms moved and she threw: I'll tell him. Bye. And before Albert was able to answer anything, I went into the cool interior. The boy returned to reading the rules and read the next point: - "children under the age of 12 may be in the zoo only under adult care". Albert hid his tablet in horror and looked around. He must have left the zoo as soon as possible! He took a quick step towards the exit. If it wasn't for running, it wasn't allowed. In the meantime, she was walking down a corridor that looked pretty thin. I'm sure there were no ordinary guests. It's no wonder, ' cause ordinary guys didn't buy monkeys, so why would they come in here? She read the inscriptions on the front door: " vervets ", " baboons ", " Chimps " and so on. It just made her think she was in the monkey warehouse. I'm sorry! She called. - anybody here? Mr. Staff! No one answered, so there's nothing left to do to find Mr. Personela. She knocked on the first door. The sound that came from behind them, not a little bit like "come in". Maybe your staff is having lunch. With full mouth it's hard to say, "come in". well, there's only one way to check it out. She pressed the doorknob and opened the door. Enjoy! - she said, "good morning". Whoever she encountered next door could not be called staff. That someone ate, but a banana. He kept it in his hands. He was hairy. That someone beyond doubt was a monkey. She smiled from ear to ear ".
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Tajemnica dębowej korony już wkrótce.

The Secret of the crown crown is coming soon.
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Ja tam nie wiem, co to jest ten cały crossmarketing. Kazali suszyć ząbki do obiektywu, to suszę.

Już niedługo "Amelia i Kuba. Tajemnica dębowej korony" .

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