Sergio Lairla (Zaragoza, 1960) has been writing children’s stories for nearly 30 years. He is also a children’s books critic and gives lectures and courses in creative writing. His works have won numerous awards and mentions and have been translated into a dozen languages. Together with Ana G. Lartitegui he is the author of El libro de la suerte, published by A buen paso. Sergio Lairla (Zaragoza, 1960) since 1991 writes books for children and young adults. Also involved in the study and evaluation of children’s picture books and novels, has given conferences, workshops all over Spain, while, from the cultural company Pantlia Gestión de Ideas, organizes and designs exhibitions (Adivina adivinanza, 20 riddles, 2006) and other activities. His works have won several prizes and mentions and have been translated into 8 languages. Besides the stories that have been illustrated by Ana G. Lartitegui, he has also published El árbol y otros cuentos, 2011 (short stories for adults); El camino más corto, 2006, Casals; Wolf und Abel, 2004, Nord-Süd Verlag; La vida grata del pirata, 1996, Edelvives.
A letter’s imaginary journey is never easy! This latest title by Sergio Lairla (text) Ana G. Lartitegui (illustrations), is an ode to life, and mostly love and its very complex journey. It is a representation of how chance is part of life and how life itself rarely moves in a straight line. After...[more]
This book on one side tells the story of Mister Good-luck, but, if you turn it upside down and start reading it from the end, then you will read Mister Bad-luck’s adventure. Both guys live in the same building, but they do not know each other. One is an extremely tidy and organized person who takes...[more]