The Adventures of Pinchy Crab and Ramon D'Escargot by Dan Alatorre

A young girl’s family visits the beach, where she befriends a small crab and his friends. All is well until a little stranger washes up on shore after a storm, and she decides to work with her new friends to help him get back home – to France!

The adventures of pinchy crab and ramon d'escargot

A full-color illustrated children's book from the bestselling team that brought you Laguna The Lonely Mermaid!

An amusing picture book with many cute images for children, “The Adventures of Pinchy Crab and Ramon D’Escargot” tells the story of a little crab who discovers a lost snail named Ramon. They become friends with a little girl and a seagull, and the four of them work together to try to get Ramon home safely, but when that doesn’t work, they get creative. Teamwork is important, as is being resourceful, helping others, making new friends who are different from us, and making the best of situations that young children may find difficult, like moving to a new home. 

Great for parents to read to preschoolers or for slightly older kids to read to their parents!

Genre: JUVENILE FICTION / General

Secondary Genre: EDUCATION / General

Language: English

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Word Count: 5000

Sales info:

From Bestselling author Dan Alatorre and the team that brought you the Bestselling children's book "Lagua The Lonely Mermaid," their latest hit, "Pinch Crab" is a new full color illustrated children;s eBook release that is expected to top the charts! A promotional campaign is planned for August and Septemnber 2014 to launch the book, and having transl;ated versions and audiobook prepared ahead of time is expected to really launch the rollout! 


Sample text:

On the morning after the big storm, 
Pinchy Crab walked out onto the beach. 
 

 

He looked around.

It was very quiet, 
But something didn’t seem quite right. 
 

 

Out of the corner of his eye, 
Pinchy saw something move. 

It was small 
and dark, 
and it was stuck under an old fishing net. 
 

 

“HELP!” the thing said. 
 

 

“It figures,” said Pinchy. 
“Somebody is always trying to be smarter than the storm.”

“Help me…” the thing gasped.

“I’m coming,” said Pinchy. 
“Every time there is a big storm, 
somebody wants to ride the big waves. 
You always end up in trouble.”
 

 

Pinchy looked into the fishing net. 
“Are you okay?” he asked.

There was no reply.

Pinchy was not sure what to do.


Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

LanguageStatus
Afrikaans
Already translated. Translated by Petro Ebersöhn
Author review:
I am very happy with this translation. Fast and professional, highly recommended!
French
Already translated. Translated by Lisa Schwartz
Author review:
Fast and efficient. Great to work with. Highly recommended.
German
Already translated. Translated by Karin Kellie
Author review:
The translation was done quickly and accurately; the communication with this translator is excellent, PLUS she has a great attitude and enthusiasm for the work. Highly recommended!
Italian
Already translated. Translated by Valeria Beotti
Author review:
Fast, professional, and efficient. Works with enthusiasm and communicates well with author. I highly recommend.
Portuguese
Already translated. Translated by Raquel Gonçalves
Author review:
Fast, thorough, efficient, professional. Highly recommend.
Spanish
Already translated. Translated by Dr. José Ramón Torres Águila
Author review:
Jose is very good to work with. He is thorough, he appreciates the differences in "formality" in the various Spanish language dialects, and is able to make good suggestions. His work is terrific.
Turkish
Already translated. Translated by Peykan Nebioğlu
Author review:
Fast and professional, and aware of the details that make all the difference from one language to the next. Excellent work, highly recommended!

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