Un día de tormenta

Un día de tormenta

0 Publishing


Two surrealistic and amusing stories whose characters accept whatever happens no matter how weird or upsetting it seems. This beautifully illustraded two-sided book offers two stories that meet in the middle: on one side two men are walking along the street, when it begins to rain. In a pond at their...[more]


La Casa

La Casa

Paso Publishing


This story, told in 12 short chapters, describes what happens the day a child and his father go to the burial of the grandfather and get inside the family house. The grandfather was a lonely and withdrawn man, whom the child never got to meet in person. Now the child has his first chance to enter in...[more]


Mirando

Mirando

Pencil Publishing


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!


Al Cole!

Al Cole!

Pencil Publishing


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]


Un Buen Día

Un Buen Día

Pencil Publishing


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]


Papá Tatuado

Papá Tatuado

Paso Publishing


“Dad comes and goes. Like day and night”. Dad is never home, but when he is he tells his son fantastic tales, all contained in the tattoos drawn all over his body. These are tales of adventure, where dad has to fight against a two-tailed tiger, gigantic birds, never ending anacondas, hungry spiders....[more]