A schoolbook label announces "Things I wrote down in a notebook". Next, an explosion of colour. Such is the beginning of the great little trip that will join together Laura Wittner's deliberate distractions and Ana Paula Méndez's drawings. Laura invites us to watch the world with her for a while. Her...[more]
There are two versions of the famous tale of the little Red Riding Hood. One says that the wolf ate the girl and her grandmother, and that he returned home unheart. In the other, a hunter kills the wolf and saves the Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother by cutting the wolf’s belly. But what really...[more]
Silvina Ocampo, the author of this story, is one of the most notable Argentinian writers. Her tales bring worth incredible characters with fantastic powers. And this particular story is no different. In Chingolo, a child wants to become a tiger and thanks to his encounter with a troll, his wish is granted....[more]
A little book about fairies around the world: How they eat, what they do, where they live, what their habits and customs are. Based on legends from all parts of the globe and with beautiful illustrations from Lola Goldstein, fairies won't be a secret anymore.
This is the story of the brave Scheherezade, who risked her life every night in order to satisfy King Schahriar’s thirst for stories and placate his search for retaliation. Which black bird could have nested in the king’s heart to cloud his understanding and how Scheherezade could save herself...[more]
Traveseando: is the only work thought for children conceived by poet Ricardo Zelarayán, one of the most renowned of the Argentine poetic scene. With a simple vocabulary which does not leave out a witty humour, Traveseando wonders about issues that open our curiosity to our surroundings: what is happening...[more]
Los Artistas del Bosque is a fable that retells the story of a riotous group of little animals that one day repaint the whole woods. As the rest of the animals are thrown into confusion, the young artists will strive to find a solution… Though it might not be the best! But things will return to normal...[more]
Although not everyone knows, once the winter is over all the snowmen hibernate in mountain caves – they await the return of the cold season to go back to the woods. Snowmen are very fond of children, their main makers. Because of this, snowmen take good care of them. This is the story of Baby and the...[more]
Among doses of mysticism, geniality and good literature, Jodorowsky proposes a story that is an account of a child’s relationship with his father, through which he shows two ways of living and being in the world : one clinging to the boundaries of the mind, and another open to all the magical manifestations...[more]
Eran Tres Amigos by H. G. Oesterheld. Besides being one of the most popular Argentine cartoon strip authors, the creator of El Eternauta wrote wonderful stories for children. Eran tres amigos is among the most remarkable ones. Illustrated by Mariano Grassi.
El Contador de Cuentos y Otras Historias de Miedo by Saki. With illustrations by Pablo Cabrera and a little story including maps and drawings of the country where Saki thought of his stories.
las siete puertas by Sara Gallardo. Sara Gallardo’s short stories for children keep up with the unique style of one of the most outstanding Argentine writers, in two stories full of words of magic and friendship. Illustrated by Silvia Lenardón.
la estrella de madera by Marcel Schwob. Jorge Luis Borges once said: ‘Everywhere there are readers of Schwob – they constitute secret societies.’ La estrella de madera is an invitation to become part of this grateful and select group of readers. Illustrated by Alfredo Prior.
Acknowledged as one of the most important new authors, Fabián Casas ventures into children’s literature. Rita Viaja al Cosmos con Mariano tells the story of a child tired of having to wait to complete his sticker album. He enters in a cosmic journey throughout the galaxy accompanied by his dog Rita.