In today's interconnected world, learning to connect and communicate with people of different cultural backgrounds effectively is immensely important. The ability to speak multiple languages is essential to thriving in the global economy, and a bilingual approach to education has proven tremendously beneficial to students.
We decided to create our own publishing house, not knowing what we were embarking on. Many warned us how difficult this area was in Chile. Especially 20 years ago when there were few bookstores and children's books were something unknown to many in Chile. But we knew there was a need and that we were capable of doing it.
Relive the Live we had with Bernardita Ojeda, where she taught us to draw two of the characters from the Petit series. In addition, we were able to exclusively see the last chapter of the series, where Petit and his classmates discover the truth about their substitute teacher.
PeeyPoop are two books that deal in a creative, playful and loving way the important children's theme related to toilet training. These books take seriously and at the same time sympathetically these two central issues in the lives of boys and girls.
From the first months of life and, more especially, when the child manages to sit up without help and has advanced in the ability to pick up objects, the book appears as an excellent contribution to language development. Early reading will allow you to recognize things and their names, including your own body, people, actions, and emotions.
The most basic thing to know the informative books is to be interested in them. We already know: fire ants have never interested you, but opening a book that tells curiosities that you did not know, that brings you closer to a different world, and has been designed so that you can read it as you see fit, you are going to love it. There are books for all tastes, you just have to dare to open one and be surprised.
"Although in books for babies the texts are usually short, I like to work so that they have unity, that is, that they have a narrative development - no matter how simple it may be - and a clear ending that closes the plot and gives meaning to the whole set."
Animation based on the creation myth aonikenk (tehuelche). This myth tells the origin of the earth and the story of Elal, son of the giant Noshtex. Noshtex is envious of Elal and pursues him to kill him. The animals come up with a plan to save Elal that consists of taking him to a distant land: Patagonia.
Animation based on the Mayan-Quiché creation myth with illustrations inspired by pre-Columbian images of the Mayan culture. It tells the story of two demigods Hunahpú and Xbalanqué, those who face the gods of the underworld.
Aneki, a young Selk'nam is going to participate in the Hain ceremony. In this ceremony, several families meet to initiate the young men in their secrets and traditions, and to represent spirits that allow them to reaffirm their dominion over women.
In 1832, Charles Darwin made a voyage aboard the Beagle, from England to the shores of South America. Their passage through the Argentine pampas, southern and central Chile, together with the Galapagos Islands provided important elements for the idea of the evolution of species.
"But it is not a simple physical displacement, but a fundamentally symbolic cultural one. In both trips those involved are subjected to the otherness of the other, to the strangeness of the cultures. The experiences aredeep, in their psychoanalytic sense, all three undergo a change in the process ... "
Dove Valdivia:Illustrator, author and editor of children's books. My main passion are stories, illustrations, books and especially children. Not only the children of today, those who were or those who were our grandparents, that common territory that we all inhabit, childhood.