The book recounts with great sensitivity and aesthetic beauty of the puzzles surrounding the desolate and deserted village of Huasao, northwest of Cuzco, Peru. Hilaria, a resident of the region, gives you the facts - strange, mysterious - and comes a story so well woven, so fantastic, as enigmatic as the events experienced by residents of the ancient village of Huasao. Puzzles Huasao is for young people experience the culture of Latin people.
Published by: Global
Illustrator: Gonzalo Cárcamo
What if your heart began deciding what you were going to do next, taking over your life and influencing your work and your routine? This book, illustrated by Ivan Zigg, uses a lot of humor to talk about something that isn’t childish at all: the conflict between reason and emotion. Using the adventures of the main character, the narrative helps the reader to understand a little more about ethics and shows that it’s always possible to find happiness and balance when we decide to listen to our hearts.
Published by: Larousse do Brasil
Illustrator: Ivan Zigg
Dying of laughter is based on something that really happened in the 1960’s, when a laughter epidemic was spread through the small city of Arusha, in the North of Tanzania, in Africa. The epidemic began with three girls who studied in the same school and who began laughing their little heads off and infected the entire population, in an uncontrollable laughter wave. The authorities didn’t know what to do. The doctors, the police and the scientists couldn’t solve the problem either...
Published by: Nova Fronteira
Illustrator: Mauricio Veneza
Passion, suffering, adventure and a lot of suspense in the story of this controversial Brazilian historical figure. It tells a little bit about the life of this bad (or good?) guy, whose fake eye was always watching his gun or his beloved.
Part of the sales project of the National Program of Educational Books, created by the Secretary of Education.
Considered Highly Commendable to Children by the Brazilian National Foundation for Children’s and Teenager’s Books (FNLIJ)/ 2003.
Published by: DCL
In this world where people are always in a hurry and have no time for anything, they sometimes forget to pay attention to the things of the heart. A star falls in a very important city in Latin America right when the President was making a speech. Nobody could find out what that strange object was. Only the children, used to being sensitive, knew that it was a star.
Published by: DCL
Illustrator: Vitor Tavares