Mar Benegas (Valencia, 1975), writer and poet, and graphologist. She also studied economics, but she decided that she preferred taking care of other things. She has been publishing editor of a children’s books imprint, República Kukudrulu, and also of a poetry imprint, Candela. She is specialized in children’s poetry. She collaborates with libraries, schools and wherever they call her. She teaches both to adults and children. Nowadays she is the director of the online school for teachers and librarians El sitio de las palabras. She has published in quite a few publishing houses poetry books for toddlers, children and adults. In A buen paso she has published: Abecedario del cuerpo imaginado, illustrated by Guridi, Con el ojo de la i, illustrated by Olga Capdevila, Versos como una casa, illustrated by Francisca Yáñez, Blanco como nieve, illustrated by Andrea Antinori.
Join this toddler in its trip through the day. Each day is an adventure and, when you are a toddler, everything is new. Saying “Hello!” to the cat, the piano, playing with the turtle. Greeting the clouds or a friend. Exploring, looking, touching… This way the hours pass by and, when you go...[more]
Abecedario del Cuerpo Imaginado is on its third printing! Discover its new cover as well as an epilogue recounting the success of the book since its first edition! The ABC of the imagined body is a work that with only 27 haikus and 459 syllables is able to talk to the reader of the lucidity and complexity...[more]
This book tells the story of Mouse, a little animal who’s as white as snow. Mouse seldom gets out of his home, because he doesn’t want to stain his beautiful white fur. But one windy day, as Mouse is trying to catch as many seeds as he can, he gets lost. Fiu, Cris, Glub, Brum… What adventures await...[more]
“Building a home out of poems” is the title of the new poems written by Mar Benegas. Each one of them talks in a festive tone about the importance of feeling at home. There are haikus, songs, poems dedicated to seasons, to a house areas, and to parties. The author talks about her poems proposing...[more]
By opening this book the reader has to be ready to start on a journeys through words: the reader will find calligrams , secret languages and other mysteries awaiting to be solved, songs, tongue-twisters, poems composed using one vowel and even one poem in gliglic, the language invented by the writer...[more]