Tag Archives: Renata Bueno

The Moon

written & illustrated by Renata Bueno

Has the MoA lua coveron ended up in the fish’s mouth, the cat’s tail or the king’s beard? Look good and pay attention! the moon is everywhere hidden in the most unlikely places. Where had the moon decided to hide now? A fun game to relate ways through poetry and illustrations.

Paperback / 170 x 240 / 24 pages / Ediçoes SM



Urban Monsters

written & illustrated by Renata Bueno
Urban Monsters coverOne day I woke up different. I started to walk in the street and found strange things. Things that I had never seen before. Was it a dream? Everything looked new to my eyes – a funny face appeared in the street, a monster in the sky or buildings with eyes and teeth. A stunning book in which city sounds become dialogues of fantastic figures.

RIGHTS SOLD: Portuguese & French

Paperback / 320 x 220 / 64 pages / Editora Martins Fontes

What is Freedom?

written & illustrated by Renata Bueno

For many, the bird isWhat is freedom cover a symbol of freedom. But after all, what is freedom? A book full of unexpected dialogues between a bird and a pencil, a chameleon, or a mirror … The poetic responses from each of them about what is such freedom will make us all realize that this feeling may be different for each of us – and not least authentic.


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Poems with Problems

written & illustrated by Renata Bueno

Poemas problemas coverA clever and fun book with lots of maths problems to solve for math lovers and for those who are less keen on numbers. Two little red fish swimming in a ring and a big orange one (this one is the king). Nine tiny dancing yellow ones, flip and roll, having lots of fun in my new fish bowl. All asked, darting round, how many fish do you think can be found?  

RIGHTS SOLD: Korean & French

Paperback / 200 x 200 / 40 pages / Editora do Brasil