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A series that invites the game from the ingenious reinterpretation of the geometric patterns present in the basketry of the Ye'kuana ethnicity, inhabitants of the heart of the Amazon jungle. Ana Palmero Cáceres, creator of the Kanwa series, talks about the references she used to develop the three books that make it up: Cuéntame del 1 al 10, Búscame and Opuestos.
Yolanda De Sousa Ilustraciones de Luisa Uribe
Have you ever wondered how certain moms are able to find all lost objects? They seem to have super powers that help them find balls, marbles and even awfully-tasting medicines. At least Enrique’s is the kind of mom that can find everything… or lets say, almost everything: is she a clairvoyant? Mas Detalles
She is my Nani and I am her Kari. Karishma Chugani explains through beautiful miniatures the story of her grandmother Nani: a great traveller, pastry chef, and above all, a magical woman. The saga of this Sindh originated family is the backdrop that brings us to the experiences of migration as a consequence of political conflicts. At the end of each chapter there’s a small recipe of Nani’s best culinary secrets. Mas Detalles
Lindsay Lee Johnson Ilustraciones de Carll Cneut
“When the full moon blooms bright and fills up the night, curious piglets are dazed by the sight”. Ten very lunky little pigs roam the dark night. After singing, swimming and dancing, the moon hides and everything remains in darkness… Everyone holds their breath! A nocturnal adventure told in verse to laugh and read aloud at bedtime. Mas Detalles