El libro de oro de los cuentos de hadas

Ilustraciones de

This illustrated edition includes twelve fairy tales from the European tradition. Along with some favorites such as Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, The Little Red Riding Hood, and Snow White, are other extraordinary but less popular stories including Bearskin. The book includes research notes and fun facts about these memorable tales. Mas Detalles

El libro de oro de los niños

Ilustraciones de

An anthology of classic children’s tales told for many generations, such as The Three Little Pigs are gathered in the pages of this attractive little book. Some favorites from the Spanish tradition are also included, along with a selection of humorous verses. This edition is illustrated with naïf-style artwork and includes historical notes and a bibliography. Mas Detalles

Bernardo y Canelo

Ilustraciones de

Bernardo and Canelo attend the fabulous performance at the Great Tibora Circus and become so impressed that decide to practice their own juggling and circus tricks… but, where did Canelo go? With a dose of humor, author-illustrator Fernando Krahn portrays an unconditional friendship between a boy and his dog. Mas Detalles

El contador de cuentos

Ilustraciones de

Three naughty children and their aunt share seats on a train with a young man. Tired of his fellow travelers, he tells them the story of Berta, a terribly good girl. Mas Detalles

El Pequeño Rey, director de orquesta

Ilustraciones de

The Little King desperately tries to sleep. He will set then a night orchestra with crickets and cicadas directed by himself. The music of each insect begins with no tuning or harmony, but with lots of humor. When finally the Little King gets sleepy, how will he stop the orchestra from singing? It is a musical tale with a glimpse of peculiarity. Mas Detalles

El Pequeño Rey, general de infantería

Ilustraciones de

One morning the Little King finds his three toy soldiers broken. Then he decides to make a new army, and this time the soldiers are neighbour insects: weevils, cochineals and slugs. Aiming for battle, he goes out searching for an enemy. After several failed attempts, the Little King is quite sure he has won! It is an anti-war story with subtle irony. Mas Detalles

En casa de mis abuelos

Ilustraciones de

In the summer, Grandpas’ house becomes a place of fun filled with witty inventions. But when autumn arrives and the kids leave, a beautiful mistake will prove that grandsons can also give surprises, even if they are not there anymore. Mas Detalles

La merienda del señor Verde

Ilustraciones de

Mr. Yellow lives in his yellow world. Same happens with the other Misters from different colors. Until one day, Mr. Green invites them to see an enigmatic sign: it’s an invitation to enter a world with no return. This criptic and artistic tale of the author and illustrator Javier Sáez Castán is an invitation to explore what’s beyond the naked eye. Mas Detalles

La tortilla corredora

Ilustraciones de

Mom has cooked a tortilla for her seven hungry children, but the tortilla will not allow anyone to eat her. She escapes, avoiding the children and other predators. A traditional story brought from South Chile with an unexpected ending. This funny version, illustrated by Scarlet Narciso, is great to be told before meals. Mas Detalles

Las flores de Cocuy

Ilustraciones de

This beautiful gift edition gathers some of the most original creations of a legendary Venezuelan gardener born in 1900. Cocuy’s flower arrangements and bouquets reflect a genuine passion and understanding of nature. This is an illustrated book for flower lovers and for all those who are sensitive to the secret delights to be found in plants. Mas Detalles

Oda a la bella desnuda y otros escritos de amor

Ilustraciones de

It is a selection of poems by renowned Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. This anthology for young readers includes many great poems written over the course of four decades, beginning with the early works from the 1920’s. Chilean artist María José Romero’s oil paintings reflect sensuality and humor found in Neruda’s poetry. Mas Detalles

Picuyo

Ilustraciones de

The day Juan turned ten his family gave him his first fishing net, according to their tradition. That day, on the beach, he discovered a bird of an amazing color that seemed to be talking to him. He named it Picuyo. A friendship between them begins, while Juan’s town blames Picuyo for all of their misfortunes. Is this a bird of bad luck? Mas Detalles