Nacer

De Paulina Jara
Illustrated by Mercè GalÃ

The adventure of being born
it happens in many ways,
coming out of a warm egg
or a round belly.

Coming to life is an exciting journey and nature impresses us with its diversity and creativity. Each birth is a miracle in its complexity. In this book we invite adults and children to learn how some species of animals are born through a story in verse, dynamic and entertaining, accompanied by illustrations whose loose and fresh stroke will make you even more surprised with the wonderful act of reaching the world.

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FORMAT

Recommended for 4 to 8 years
Design: Printed cloth spine
Binding: Hardcover
Size: 21 29,5 cm x
Pages: 64
Año: 2020
ISBN: 978-956-364-135-6

REVIEW

We loved this book

We read it as a family and we loved it, very beautiful illustrations and written in simple language to be understood by young and old.
In love with Amanuta's books.

Fernanda Urrutia, Amanuta client.

AUTHORS

Paulina Jara, Chilean, after her training in theater and differential education, she has developed a career focused on reading animation and oral narration; which has led her to work as an expert in advising for school libraries. He has published more than 15 titles with various publishers, such as Editorial Amanuta and Zig-Zag.

Mercè Galà it is Illustrator from Barcelona. She grew up surrounded by books in her parents' bookstore in the Gràcia neighborhood. He studied illustration at the "Llotja" art school and Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona with the specialty of engraving. He is mainly dedicated to illustration for children and young people and has published in Spanish publishers and other countries (Chile, Belgium, Germany, Korea, France, Italy, China) Occasionally he combines illustration with teaching, giving creative workshops on art and engraving for children and adults, at the Manolo Hugué art school. Selected with the book My first Haikus inside the best toddlers Books at the Bologna fair 2019. Finalist in the SILENT BOOK CONTEST in Bologna, with the project The Petit Indi 2019

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