Cloe lives in a magic garden, but she doesn’t know it. Incredible things happen there all the time: caterpillars becoming butterflies, insects changing their colors to hide, and birds knitting their nests without any training. Every corner of this garden reflect the always surprising marvels of nature and observing the environment. Mas Detalles
When the heartbroken Daedalus loses his son, Icarus, while escaping from their prison in Minos island, he finds himself a new apprentice: his nephew Perdix. Perdix doesn’t want to impress kings nor create astounding artifacts, but his inventions prove to be as much as important. A timeless story from Ovid’s Metamorphosis Mas Detalles
At the end of the 15th Century, when Leonardo Da Vinci invented a tank, a vehicle, an ornithopter, a parachute, a helicopter, a submarine and an elevator, he was taken for a dreamer or even a madman. Nowadays he’s known as a great genius who was ahead of his time. This book uses a lot of humor and wit to tell the story of ancient and modern inventions: the fun, the innovative, the failed and even the catastrophic ones… all of them product of men’s imagination. Mas Detalles
Alicia and Juan are playing in the garden when suddenly they hear a mysterious sound. “Let’s go see!” Alicia says. Holding hands, they go into the forest… With pictures by Helen Oxenbury, the renowned illustrator of children’s books (including ‘We’re going on a Bear Hunt’). Mas Detalles
As every day, Hieronymus goes outside to play. But on this day the unexpected happens. Hieronymus falls into a cliff and landed in a world full of strange creatures, who steal his cap, his backpack and ball. To get them back, Hieronymus must undertake a journey full of extraordinary appearances and take courage and cunning… because nothing is as it seems…
A picture book without words, that through images, takes us into the fascinating world of Bosch. A book for children and adults of all ages.
This is a mystery book by Arthur Conan Doyle, the creator of Sherlock Holmes, which narrates the story of a young English aristocrat in times of low finances that decides to visit his eccentric millionare cousin who just came back to England. The young man discovers that, among other curios hobbies, his patient has an inmense tropical garden filled with exotic species – rare plants, birds and reptiles- and one of the garden’s highlights is the caged animal, the Brassil cat. One of the favorite meals of this cat is human flesh. Mas Detalles
An enigmatic cabinet that connects two worlds. Parallel stories running along each other. A book that is read in two directions. In this unsettling graphic narrative, Javier Sáez Castán’s sense of magic creates a strange atmosphere and puts the readers in front of an intelligent visual palindrome that will transform them. Mas Detalles
Tomás loves to hide. His mother looks for him everywhere around the house, but Tomás travels far away with his toys: to a tropical island, to a jungle… to space! Where will Tomás be? A book for younger children with a short poetic text and vibrant illustrations.
Every sunday the boy and his father go to sell their harvest. The market bustles with sounds, colors and characters: Patocinio, the musician or Toto, the monkey thief who desn’t know where he cimes from. Suddently, an angry bull appears! No one counted that Toto would transformed into the journey’s hero