I've been writing to you for weeks. I'm not really sure why. I'm not really sure what for. Who are you, Julio the Pirate? I keep thinking about our story. From the very beginning. From our first encounter. From the very first question: "Are you a boy or a girl?”
Yara Kono has guests for dinner and a lot of ideas on how to prepare a very tasty meal.
But, in order to have the meal ready on time, Yara will need a hand (or two!) from the readers...
Who wants to help preparing all the recipes?
A journey is a story. And a story is a journey, isn’t it?
Behind the wheel of this book, readers will decide their destiny and how do they want to travel: taking a short walk or going on a long expedition?
Is looking the same as seeing? Is seeing the same as noticing?
Do we always see the same way or does our sight change accordingly to what our eyes find every moment?
The brazilian editions of the books 'With Time' (Peirópolis) by Isabel Minhós Martins and Madalena Matoso, and 'Supergiant' (SESI-SP) by Ana Pessoa and Bernardo P.
With Bernardo P. Carvalho's illustrations and written by Maria Ana Peixe Dias & Inês Teixeira do Rosário, the guide 'Outside' has been published all around the world.
The jury of “I Serpa International Award for Picturebooks” has chosen “Mana”, from Portuguese artist Joana Estrela, as the winner of the first edition.