This book shows the importance of seeing both sides of life: the black and the white, the left and the right, the night and the day.
“To Fred, the world turned to the left(…). The right was all wrong. Turn around and let’s see tells the story of Fred, who has a lot of adventures while in search of a better life: the life in left-handed world. Luciana Savaget writes this to the place where being left-handed is normal, and not a big deal.
Published by: Ediouro
Illustrator: Graça Lima
Foreword by Mozambican writer Mia Couto. In His Majesty, the Elephant, Luciana Savaget tells two stories about this huge and cute pachyderm that are funny and touching at the same time. The stories bring back the ancient legends and tales transmitted from generation to generation in the region of Shona, in the southeast of Mozambique. In that corner of the world, people believe in everything that is supernatural. They say spirits exist to protect people, and that many mysterious phenomena are associated with animals.
Published by: Paulinas
Illustrator: Rosinha Campos
Magnolia is a star-flower created by Rui de Oliveira and Luciana Savaget, to enchant the dream world of the readers. Free, this star-flower floats with the winds; she doesn’t doubt what she finds in each and every one of her resting places, and she rolls, and she dances… That’s how she ends up knowing letters, colors and music. Magnolia is an invitation to the reader: it asks him to dream also while awake.
Published by: DCL
Illustrator: Rui de Oliveira
These two moths live in a library and are always having adventures. One of them is an intellectual who reads everything she sees; and the other eats everything she sees, and even the thing she doesn’t. The story unfolds through the puzzle of what happens to the words the moths eat. The characters mention with a great deal of familiarity classic books by Brazilian authors such as Machado de Assis, José de Alencar and Monteiro Lobato, which can be inspiring to the reader of today.
Published by: Larousse
Illustrator: Simone Matias
Owner Carminha Chives has a different profession - fix dreams - your way with the charming and friendly old lady kindly help sad children to discover their dreams and teaches children about how important it is to dream and never let the fantasy be blown away.
Published by: Larousse Júnior
Illustrator: Fabiana Salomão