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A furious old dog, trees with sinister branches, a wolf running away from two monsters and a white puppy lost in the woods. All these adventures and a few more surprises come together in this story that teaches us that your family is not always the one you were born into. Sometimes they are the people by your side who look after you, love you and accept you just as you are.
On many afternoons, after fishing for a while “granddad would take me home”. There, the young narrator of this story will understand, much more so than he would in front of the sea, what it means to be a fish wounded by the “cruelty” of the hook. But he will also remember that all fish “big or small, with or without strong teeth” fight right up until the last moment in order not to be caught.
Already an old man, Cayute, the central character of the novel, undertakes an exercise in retrospection, through which we learn the history of Almoneda, an imaginary territory on the frontier between Spain and Portugal. In this species of journey through the collective memory of the nation, readers discover an unusual place, inhabited by unclassifiable characters.
Jana has travelled to Africa with her lucky winged pony. Following the advice of a little fairy, she has come to this continent in search of the answers to her questions about love and the meaning of life. On arriving in the Namib desert she comes across a flower, a fox and a lion. And she will also meet Mel, a little boy with dark skin and very white teeth...
Extremely inquisitive eyes, a long sausage of a nose, great flapping ears, feet, hands... Oh go on, tell us, what do you look like? The first title in the "Rimar i somiar" ("Rhyme and Dream") collection, which consists of ten stories that introduce younger readers to the concepts around them in a fun and ingenious way.
One afternoon, whilst they walk along the beach at Chirimena, Mariana and Arturo find an amputated finger at the water's edge. Arturo, who is under the influence of cannabis, keeps the finger. Mariana, who is always silent and enigmatic, does not say anything about it.
Coming back home from school, at weekends, on holidays … playing is always so enjoyable! There are as many games as you can imagine. Which one is your favourite? This is the latest title of the collection “Rhyming and dreaming” made up of 10 stories which present young readers with a funny and witty world.