La Sayona y otros cuentos de espantos

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Whether in the Amazonian rain forest, the warm seaside or the grassland plains, Venezuelan folk tradition is filled with spooky tales of ghosts, spirits and monsters. Real stories that have been told from generation to generation, indigenous tales and urban legends form this anthology for young people with carefully crafted illustrations by artist Stefano Di Cristofaro who used chimó, a derivate from tobacco, as painting. There’s a non-fiction section at the end with interesting facts about the origins of the tales, the objects, the traditions and the characters found in them. Mas Detalles

· Mención especial: Los Mejores del Banco del Libro, 2015