El Pequeño Rey, maestro repostero

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The Little King is tired of having applesauce everyday. He doesn’t despair and finds himself a team of snails, crabs and worms as kitchen helpers. Together they work on creating a new recipe: Mojiganga a la Petit Roi. An adventurous incursion into the mastering of cooking using odd methods.
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Tú y yo

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Who is this very old lady who knits on her rocking chair while her cat plays with the yarn? Is she the same one that peers out, a bit frightened, from behind that red curtain? With each page we are shown the transformation of this woman and her pet: it’s a spectacle. The first book by Chilean illustrator Maggie Maino. Mas Detalles

Animales domésticos

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A domestic dog visits Mr. and Mrs. Archibaldo with a long list of good references, looking to be hired as their pet. They are thrilled with the idea and organize a cocktail party to celebrate the adoption. This first encounter unravels the humorous universe of Jean Lecointre, where animals and humans coexist in spite of some misunderstandings. Mas Detalles

Flix

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Teo and Flora Garra, both cats, are surprised to discover that their newborn baby is a dog; still, they raise young Flix with love. Flix grows between two worlds, but maybe with time he’ll be able to reunite both canine and feline cultures. An amusing story about families and differences. Mas Detalles

Cuentos de Diego y Daniela

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The stories of Diego and Daniela were originally published as three books: Diego and the magical lemons, Diego and the pirate ship and Diego and the big flying kite. Now gathered in a single book, readers will enjoy Diego and Daniela’s adventures with their grandma: they meet with pirates, eat enchanted cookies and ride giant kites. Mas Detalles

Arrorró mi niño · Cancionero de cuna

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A careful selection of the most popular lullabies and songs in all Hispanic America, such as Arrorró, Din, don, El Noi de la Mare and Duerme, negrito. It includes colorful illustrations and simple music scores to follow the melody. Ideal for bedtime. Mas Detalles

Disparate

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In a country where everything is upside down, a boy leaves in search of a lost beloved one. The hard part will be to not lose himself in a place where shoes are filled with soup, dogs walk their owners and nobody ever dies. An oniric journey loaded with humor, suspense and perplexity by renowned poet Eugenio Montejo. Mas Detalles

La peineta colorada

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Set in a Puerto Rican village of the 19th century, this is the story of small Vitita and old healer Siña Rosa, two women that help a fugitive slave to scape. Historian Fernando Picó took characters and facts from official documents to portray a warm tale about loyalty, respect and complicity. Mas Detalles

Terrible terrible

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Alexander, a terrible blue bear, meets Alejandro, un tigre rojo terrible. They speak different languages and are both very terrible, so they decide to see who the best is. A bear can roar, and spin, and twist and fly… Un tigre puede rugir, girar, retorcerse y volar… A terribly clever bilingual book. Mas Detalles

Un perro en casa

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Dad finds a bedraggled dog on the streets and brings him home. The dog has cold, hunger and lots of dirt. The first thing he needs is a bath: the water starts running and the boy starts scrubbing. A hilarious homage to nonsense through the complex illustrations by Ramón París, showing that you can take a dog out of the streets but you can’t take the streets out of a dog. Mas Detalles

Un diente se mueve

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So mice spirit away our milk-teeth, do they? And what do they do with them? Clarisse puzzles over these matters when her first tooth loosens. When it falls out, she places it beneath her pillow and that night, has an extraordinary encounter in her dreams. A mouse leads her to the land of mice and there she discovers what they do with children’s milk teeth. Mas Detalles

El bunyip

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One night, something emerges from the black swamp at the bottom of the creek. It’s a very big and muddy thing that asks, again and again: “What am I? What am I?”. A platypus replies: “You’re a bunyip”. The problem is, that bunyips don’t exist; and if they do, they don’t resemble to anything at all. A metaphor about the search of identity, belonging and perhaps love. Mas Detalles