Nobody could correct or contradict Princess Rosalinda. When her Royal Highness was engaged in something, it was impossible to convince her otherwise. With the passage of time, no one in the kingdom remembered her name and began to call her The Princess Erre que Erre.
Ladies and gentlemen, come and see the Greatest Show in the World... Trapeze artists, jugglers, tigers and lions, dancers, African elephants and clowns! Pass and see, pass and see ...! Tales of the circus from the ring.
Rediscover Nobel prize winner Wislawa Szymborska's poem Tout Hasard / Por Si Acaso along with Flavia Zorilla Drago incredible illustrations! The addition of a transparent sheet of plastic between each double page and on whiwh is printed an element of the illustration renders the poem in all its liveliness...[more]
Corre is a story of searching and finding what matters in life. As the main protagonist runs around the world, he doesn’t see what is around him, doesn’t know what is important and what is not. That is until he meets his corresponding soulmate. The luminous illustrations are by the 2016 Ilustrarte...[more]
At the airport, while awaiting their plane, Dora and Tran meet. Dora is carrying an umbrella, Tran is wearing a conical hat. Each wears the characteristic of their country, the Netherlands and Vietnam. Surprised, they ask what it is they each wear and carry, and to what use? As they learn about each...[more]
Pati Aguilera celebrates the centenary of Nicaraguan poet Rubén Darío's by illustrating his poem "A Margarita Debayle". Pati's lively and colorful illustrations make for a beautiful rendition of his words and tale of reaching for the stars.
It didn't seem it would be an especially exciting day for the dog Puka. After all, it was just the family excursion to the mountain. However, everything would be different this time. At first, everything went as usual until its people began to behave a little foolish. Only Puka continued with its four...[more]
In this new title by 2016 Ilustrarte Nominee Cecilia Moreno, we play with perspective and perception. Through a first reading, we're led to believe that Don Ramón is a person. But is he really? Search for the descriptive clues to guess and find out who Mr Ramón is! A great puzzle to read and solve...[more]
This project is a Kafka-Metamorphose’s picture-flip-book. The illustrator Flavia Zorilla took the six main characters (the mother, Samsa’s boss, the Jewish tenants, the father, the sister, the cleaning lady and the insect) and she divided them in three parts: heads, chests and legs. Then she picked...[more]
A tree confesses how his shadow is, actually, a fragment of night during the day, playing hide and seek with the sunlight. This story offers a poetic thought about the fascination that awaits us in every nook of daily life, as a bridge from the trivial to the universal. In brief, an invitation to imagine.
The other hand always understand, always forgives, always knows how to share and work together. To understand things better, one need only look at the other hand
A classic from Castilian litterature, Lazarillo recounts the story of a child from a poor family, who decides to accompany a blind man in his travels. Written in verse, this version is high in colors as it brings together the main events and characters of the original work .
Life can be surprising and taking risk can change all! The little protagonist of the story hadn't planned on leaving her safe little house, but then realized, that really the first step to leave safety is the hardest and daring can be highly rewarded!
Welcome to the table of Chilean illustrador Pati Aguilera! As you'll see she loves drawing and she loves cooking, so she decided to mix the two! Discover some 40 recipes for all time of day and all typical of the Chilean cuisine in this highly colourful and illustrated cookbook! So get cooking!
A beautiful and poetic text on the in credible element that is water! Whether it is jumping in a puddle, letting a snowflake melting on your tongue, or playing in the bathtub, it is always very fun to be near water!
Raindrops are the protagonists of this intimate story of Julio Cortázar that Elena Odriozola, through her beautiful illustrations, intertwines with feelings of love and hate of a couple infected by the melancholy of the atmosphere around them Crushing of the drops is one of the stories that make...[more]
Rising Spanish illustrator Iban Barrenetxea has made his the classic Snow White tale with his incredible illustrations. The original double page illustrations are grand! 45 x 33 cm! Rights available for the illustrations only!
Little Red Riding Hood leaves home with the task of bringing a basket of food to her granny, who lives on the other side of the forest. The wolf has other plans for that basket. And for Little Red Riding Hood. This illustrated version of the classic tale, without text, offers a very unique vision of...[more]
Comino is very small boy and despite all of his mother's efforts, he doesn't grow up and remains very small. Comino wants to become as big as everyone around him. Where can he find a star to realize his wish? Especially if the desire is too big for someone so small? But after waiting for years, Comino...[more]
Feel the fresh air on your face, smell the scent of a rose, hear the sound of crickets, savor a chocolate cake, pet the kitten and, of course, play, dream and imagine. Me Gusta is a beautiful poem is exploring all senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch, to reach a much more complex phenomena...[more]
From the distant mountains, a family of black face came to a small town: the mother and her daughter, Yumma, hungry, thirsty, barefoot... Such was their poverty, people welcomed them. Soon, the mother became ill. Before dying, she took her arms and said to Yumma: \"My child, I give you this golden...[more]
The magic of this duotone album is that it is printed with two colors: an orange and a color-black shadow. The book also includes a pair of cardboard glasses with red cellophane lenses. Thus the book provides two completely different readings, changing the appearance of the artwork and plot development...[more]
Kingfisher… and blacksmiths, carpenters ... the birds are named according to countless trades. With humor and poetry, the readers revise many of these species.
Something terrible has happened. The frogs are disappearing. All of them. Someone is kidnapping them from the ancient Forest of Terragrís. Someone, or maybe... something. The Coven of Terragrís is really upset. Frogs are the main ingredient for most of their potions. Specially the important ones; the...[more]
Cornelia no longer has a job. Nothing easy for a princess who behaves like a princess. But for Cornelia, a very unusual princess, her new life doesn’t seem like a problem with no solution. And even though, she doesn´t wish to get rid off her crown, she understands that for her parents, the king and...[more]
Lucia likes to observe things how Fiona the turtle always arrives in time for breakfast, how Vicenzo the fish likes hidding in the seaweeds, how Bonsai loves hidding mom\'s slippers....but most of all Lucia loves to draw Fiona, Vicenzo, Bonsai and everything that surrounds her!
It's Lucie's first day at school tomorrow and it's time to prepare her school bag! A new collection for young readers, with sheets of cardboard. Stories full of humor and tenderness to enjoy for 3-year olds, alone or in company of parents or older brothers who can help to interpret the text. Four titles...[more]
In the storytelling pot, many stories are cooking for us to hear! The tale of the 10 mouses drinking hot chocolate. And of course there is a cat, trying to catch the mouses, but that will end up at the bottom of the river. El Puchero del Cuentacuentos was awarded the 2009 PREMIO EUSKADI for ILUSTRACION
Blanquita is a cow without spots. It is different from the others. When it hides by the white stable, it is perfectly invisible, as it blends with the wall. But thanks to her special coat, Blanquita will have her life saved
On Antonio\'s head stood a huge cloud. A drop fell first. Then dropped three. And finally, one million... And a beautiful mane grew, that Antonio took proudly around!
This poetic love story tells of the journey of a cat looking for special orange to cure its beloved cat. As it doesn’t find them in any country, it goes to the Moon. Finally, it comes back with moon oranges for its white cat. With the juice, the cat gets its meow, its forgotten singing.
When the frog decides to marry the little elephant nothing stops it, except the Elephant\'s father, that can\'t imagine his daughter marrying such a tiny animal. But the frog is resourceful and very in love! It will visit the sorcerer and go onto many trips to dry out the river and convince the elephant...[more]
A wonderfully illustrated version of Tolstoi\'s classic tale! Pajom is a farmer who the more land he has, the more land he needs. Knowing that the people of a distant region offer as much land as you can go in one day, he’ll try to cover as much as possible... Elena Odriozola has captured the narrative...[more]
This was a perfect island! Its population lived happily with its perfect society, its friendly climate and courteous people. Life was really perfect that is until Fermin showed up. Firmin was different from everyone else: his skin color was different, his way of being, his feet. So different, that really...[more]
Que fait la petite souris avec les dents qu\'elle récolte la nuit? Sais-tu où elle vit? Savais-tu que dans d\'autres pays et cultures, ce n\'est pas une souris qui récupère les dents tombées, mais une fourmi ou une fée? Il y a beaucoup de choses importantes à découvrir dans ce livre. Mais surtout...[more]
A stone inquires about the meaning of its life. It asks the sun, the rain, the hail, the snow, the autumn leaves, the river, the ants, the snails, even the other rocks for an answer. Only a little girl will finally answer her own way…
This book captures the essence of haikus, these short poems, with strict metric rules and a sense that traditionally refers to the contemplation of nature and everyday life. \"His big moustache is the perfect place for birds\"
The heartbreak inspires these aphorisms converted to images. Amortajado is nurtured by the idea of abandonment with an intensity and a strength such that we reconcile with the pain. Much calembour, much wit, a lot of spark and, above all, humor. For example: I’d give the moon, you just settle...[more]
A 4 story house, 4 scenes at each level, 24 pages to get into the deep of a home and of the people and creatures who inhabit it. In the pages of this book more than 140 situations are described through the whimsical illustrations of Elena Odriozola. Each page is cut in 4 horizontal panels to let the...[more]
Some people think our first word reveals what we’ll do in life. It can define whether we will be doctors, electricians, painters or racers. When baby Mara starts to babble, her father\'s family roots for her to say \"papa\" first, while her mother\'s family roots for \"mama\", but what they are not...[more]
The stork lives in the neighborhood, in an abandoned train station. In summer its shadow travels around streets and squares. The stork flies over the games of the children and Sunday walking. When the old man observes it, he travels back in time. He remembers the town where he lived as a child,...[more]
The war comes to a child\'s life. Without understanding anything of what happens, in his child eyes it sees as a distressing event that changes people. And to combat it, Pazlus has only two instruments: the violin and hope.
Cat and a tiger are felines. They can also become good friends. That happens to the protagonists of this story. They are such good friends that have almost unspeakable secrets. The trouble is that the tiger\'s caged. And, of course, it wants to regain freedom. Together they plan its escape. But the...[more]
While Leo is recovering from the flu, to avoid boredom, he looks at an album photographs that reminded him of the good times spent with his parents, his sister and his grandparents before something changed in their lives ...A beautiful story to talk about divorce and separation.
Many years ago our grandparents had a pillow, and only one per person. They prepared them well before the birth filling with bird feathers. The name of the future owner was embroidered and was placed next to the newborn’s crib to take with him to the grave. Every baby born, at night, began a dream...[more]
Adanya is a quiet and shy little girl until the south wind blows. It caresses her, whispering faraway sounds in her ears, filling the air with delightful and unfamiliar scents. When it blows, something about her changes and her voice fills with sounds from the past. Illustrations and words...[more]