A series of 17 titles split according to four themes:
Growth and Independence
Personality and Sociality
Experience and Travel
Coexistence and Respect
These books provide advice and useful tips from experts in the field as well as individual projects for readers to complete at the end of each book. Readers are inspired to find their own areas of interest while building their knowledge and personalities.
Hardback / 200 x 250 / 96 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig
written and illustrated by Marta Cunill
Captain Nino is bored. He hasn’t sailed for far too long. How about a treasure hunt as the best medicine against boredom? Let’s go! But Captain Nino will need the reader’s help. First title in this new READ AND PLAY SERIES.
Comics / 230 x 200 / 52 pages / Mamut Comics
written & illustrated by Liebet Jooste
Liebetland is a wacky world where anything that might be imagined is true. It is a place where strange creatures of all sizes and shapes live amongst wonderful plants and things in colourful landscapes. A world of diversity, adventure, and of making impossible things possible. Unlike most colouring books, this one’s illustrations run onto one another (forming a 6-metre long illustration if you connected all the pages). Paperback / 200 x 200 / 32pp / Imaginary House
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.
RIGHTS SOLD: French
Paperback / 170 X 260 / 144 pages / Companhias das Letras
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
written & illustrated by Katia Canton
An almanac for children, parents and teachers, divided into the following sections: Making Art, Little Cultural Factory, Once Upon a Time Factory, and Not Mincing Your Words. This book includes a range of more than eighty traditional-style games and activities that are well able to compete with today’s Ipads and the like. As well as being simple and extremely good fun, they involve information about language and literature, the art world and famous artists, ecology and the environment and the many different cultures today. Continue reading
written & illustrated by John Macfarlane
Goggy is hungry and his tummy is growling. He can’t decide what to eat. So he looks at his cat, who know what he wants, “Ah! banana bread, what a treat!” Go with Goggy and his cat to the grocery store to buy the ingredients for a simple to make banana bread, Help Goggy prepare the bread for baking and enjoy the result! The perfect read for mums, dads and carers to keep hungry tots up to six years old entertained and introduce them to identifying colours, shapes, sizes, and quantities – and eat a delicious banana bread, too! Continue reading
written & illustrated by Renata Bueno Mafalda collects leaves and carefully puts them inside a book she received as a gift from her uncle. The snail ate a leaf from Mafalda’s sequence. Can you tell which one? Tiago collects blue things. To continue Tiago’s sequence, what could be the three other blue things to add in? Under the bed of Luca lives a spider named Victoria who collects in her web insects. Can you guess how this sequence was organized? Continue reading
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
written by Şiirsel Taş and illustrated by Gökçe Akgül
Knowing which way is right or left can be confusing for children. Enjoy a walk through the woods and learn about directions. An interactive book in which the author addresses the reader and asks them to point to some elements on the right or left page. A clever book on an important topic that will help young and older readers figure out which way is right and which way is left.
Rights sold: Spanish, Catalan, Italian, Portuguese (Brazil) & Complex Chinese
Activity Book / 200 x 200 / 36 pages / Redhouse Kidz