Did you know that there are many ways to greet each other in the world? Do you live in the country where kisses multiply? Or the one where they rub their noses to smell each other? Or where they stick out their tongue naturally? There are amazing customs that are thousands of years old and last over time. Others have a very spiritual meaning. There are also rituals that have become so popular that they are universal. On this journey around the world of greetings we explore some wonderful cultures, languages and legacies that allow us to maintain our identity and connect as a community. Because with each gesture and word, in whatever language, we weave infinite bonds so that the art of greetings endures. How do you greet? Or how would you like to be able to do it?
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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.
Lucilla Tubaro Born in Rome in the eclectic 80s, it is considered a meeting point between two extremes. Blu is her favorite color. After graduating in Foreign Languages and Cultures, he graduated in Illustration at the International School of Comics in Rome and then at the Master Ars in Fabula in Macerata. In 2021, she was the first winner of the Illustra Amanuta Contest. She lives and works as an illustrator in a tiny house since, in the distance, you can see the sea.