written by Emily Child & illustrated by Maria Lebedeva
The Diddalum is something that everyone has deep within themselves. It comes from inside somewhere between your chest and your tummy. Sometimes it makes you strong or makes you want to sing. And sometimes it helps you say “I’m sure” even if you aren’t.
written by Murray Brodin & illustrated by Bettina Johansson
Just like in the previous titles Hamsa and Alvdis explore feelings – this time they witness someone’s older brother being scared and ask questions of what can cause fear. An important series that presents emotions from the point of view of children. Soon: WHY IS THE SISTER FIGHTING?
Ten stories about some of the indigenous peoples of Brazil and Latin America filled with fantastical elements that take the reader to a world in which rivers, trees and waterfalls have their own powers and where nothing is impossible. A captivating read!
Companhias das Letras / 155×225;144p
World excl. Brazil
Boys are used to hearing from grownups that they cannot cry, feel or act the same way as girls do. But the truth is that boy’s stuff is whenever they want it to be: a little boy can cry when he is feeling sad, hug a friend when he is happy or play with a doll instead of a ball if he prefers it. The companion book of GIRL’S STUFF.