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LET’S BE A STATUE 

written by Lucias Barros & Marcia de Luca & illustrated by Bruna Assis Brasil

In this book, the idea is to learn to practice yoga, a very old set of exercises created from Indian philosophical teachings that requires concentration and self-control. It covers the definition of the ten principles of yoga; indications of how, where, when and why to play; the step by step of eleven basic postures, each one introduced by a story;breathing and meditation tips. Continue reading

Free Drawing

written & illustrated by Andrés Sandoval
On a rainy night or a foggy afternoon, who has never seen themselves with a handful of pencils and their imagination on the loose?  More than a coloring book, FREE DRAWING is an invitation to dive into the universe of colours and strokes, filling spaces and white with a lot of imagination. From the botanical garden to the world of shadows, the reader follows a boy’s wanderings  and is invited to join, whether with crayons, wax chalk, watercolor, or just as an observer – this creative journey.

Paperback / 170 X 260 / 144 pages / Companhias das Letras

Folds

written & illustrated by Andrés Sandoval

A new world of infinite forms and colours reveals itself as the reader folds the pages as instructed in the book.  The folds bring to life various combinations and abstract figures that are open to interpretation. A unique and fascinating work for the whole family.

Paperback / 172 x 225 cm / 64 pages / Companhias das Letras

 

 

Alphabet Factory

written & illustrated by Katia Canton

Even though we are surrounded by WORDS and know how important it is for us to learn how to read and write, we do not usually stop to think about the fun words can bring us. But the truth is, we can make Art, write POETRY, and invent GAMES with the words of our alphabet, and all we need in order to do that is a bit of CREATIVITY and INSPIRATION. So open the doors of this little big factory and with each letter, from A to Z, you will find new suggestions and texts about the VISUAL ARTS, SCIENCE, CULTURE, HISTORY, and LITERATURE, as well as POEMS and ideas for several activities.  Continue reading

Teresa’s World

written by Marcelo Romagnoli & iIllustrations by Carlo Giovani

Birthdays change everything. They change our age and they change us as people. Teresa had her sixth birthday and she changed. Before, she was just alive. Now, she believes she has a mission in life, namely to discover the world. And to do so she is going to transform herself into different things, and she is going to experience what it’s like to live like that for an entire day. First she wants to be a little boy, then a dog, a plant, and then a stone… Continue reading

B is for Book

written & illustrated by Estúdio Lógos
A simple and stimulating book to learn the letters of the alphabet. The visual association of letters to daily parts of life will make the remembering process fun and easier for children. Julio founded the Lógos studio in 2012 to make graphic design projects for publishers, galleries, cultural institutions ….

Paperback / 204 x 204 / 36 pages / Companhias das Letrinhas

The World Would be Cooler

written & illustrated by Marcelo Tolentina
The world would be cooler… if post-cards arrived every day; if octopus were newspaper delivery man; if there was a storm in the desert; if dogs meowed and cats barked; if we dried on the clothesline and if penguins did not wear social attire. Did you ever think about this?

Paperback / 183 x 186 / 40 pages / Companhias das Letrinhas

It’s a Boy’s Thing

written & illustrated by Pri Ferrari
What is a boy’s thing? There are boys who like to dance. We dance when we can’t express emotions only with our faces and need to use the whole body. […] Boys know how to take care. Caring is when we do our best for others, when we give water and light to a little plant to grow. A wonderful companion book to IT’S A GIRL’S THING. Paperback / 205 x 205 / 48 pages / Companhias das Letrinhas

 

Opposites

written & illustrated by Daniel Condo

The ideas of far and close, high and low and slow and fast are introduced in this visual narrative featuring a young boy’s trips on his bicycle. He rides around the world cycling past many different landscapes and sees various modes of transportation, and runs into many friendly characters. Also check out ANIMALS’ COLLECTIVE NOUNS.

Hardback / 48 pages / 20.80 cm x 21.10 cm / Companhias das Letras

ANIMALS’ COLLECTIVE NOUNS

written & illustrated by Daniel Condo

A lovely book that introduces small children to collective nouns — words that indicate groups of animals — with simple and charming illustrations. It has never been easier to learn all about packs, herds, swarms, and more of these democratic terms. Also check out OPPOSITES.

Hardback / 48 pages / 20.80 cm x 21.10 cm / Companhias das Letras