Gulliver's Travels It was first published in 1726. Its author, the Irishman Jonathan Swift, tells the exciting adventures of an English doctor who decides to cross great seas and discover extraordinary worlds.
Although the original book recounts four Gulliver's voyages to strange lands, here his experiences are told in the fascinating Lilliput, where beings so tiny he is a giant live, and Brobdingnag, where everything is monstrously large and he lives in constant danger.
Capturing children and adults alike, this detailed account of travel adventures was a hit from its first publication. The story also inspired dozens of literary adaptations and was made into a movie several times. It is believed that the author wanted, through his stories, to slide an ironic criticism of the European society of his time. Analysts believe that, in each travel story, Swift details different weaknesses and failures of the world in which he lived.
Cardboard book with rounded ends, so that it can be handled by children safely.
Eugenia Perella was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is a journalist and worked for more than fifteen years in different media in her country, both in the written press and in audiovisual formats and digital platforms. She was part of one of the most important Argentine newspapers, where she wrote on different topics until she specialized in international news. In recent times, she has transformed this desire to inform and the experience she has gained into an immense passion for writing children's and youth literature. She loves books that arouse curiosity and unleash a limitless imagination. He also thinks that literature is a powerful tool to move people. She feels that by reading a book, we enter a wonderful world where there are no borders.
Ana Suarez (Terrassa, Barcelona 1987), graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona in 2010. In 2015 she obtained a scholarship to take the annual One Year Illustration Course at the IED in Madrid. She has worked at Depeapa Estudio Creativo as a graphic designer and illustrator and at CabezaPájaro Asociación Cultural, as a cultural manager and graphic designer, as well as being a co-founder of the same association. In parallel, she has worked as a teacher teaching children's and adult courses related to creativity and experimentation in art. She is currently dedicated to illustration, graphic design and teaching.