Atlas of travels and explorers — The travels of monks, naturalists and other travellers of all times and places
A few centuries ago, we didn’t know the limits of our planet and many areas of the world remained isolated, with no connection between each other.
We didn’t know of the places and species that existed in other regions, neither of their peoples and cultures...
The great concert is scheduled for next week, but the members of the orchestra have disappeared without a trace.
Luckily, it’s not so serious... It looks like they’re all enjoying their holidays and the maestro has even been receiving some nice postcards, giving him hints of where his dearest musicians might be: the violinists went to Tokio, the harpist is in Porto, the trumpeters in Rio de Janeiro, the flutists in Abidjan…
If you’re supersticious, don’t freak out! As soon as we open The Backyards Book, we will face a half-stray black cat – one of those that cross our paths every once in a while. His name is Sneakers and he lives in multiple gardens, picking the owner and shade that most suits the season or his feline cravings.
We’ve all heard the expression:
“That’s harder than finding a needle in a haystack!”.
But who said that finding a needle in a haystack is all that hard?
The latin-american edition of the book "Brother Wolf", published by El Naranjo, was chosen to join the school libraries collection in Chile.
The book "Mountains", by Madalena Matoso, has won a Special Mention at the BolognaRagazzi Awards 2018, on the category of "Art, Architecture and Design".
"Supergiant" was nominated as one of the 10 finalists of the Premio Fundación Cuatrogatos 2018, in Mexico. This annual award is dedicated to children and young adult literature by iberoamerican writers and illustrators. Supergood!