written by José Carlos Andrés and illustrated by Gómez
“I’M A ZCARY VAMBIRE! A VERY ZCARY VAMBIRE! WITH ZE FANGZ AND ALL!” This tiny vampire isn’t all that scary. Even worse, he himself is really scared of the upcoming Vampire School exam. What if he fails?
written by Alicia Acosta and illustrated by Cecilia Morena
Join Captain Skip and his crew on their amazing journey across the seas. But first, you’ll make your own paper ship with easy-to-follow instructions! Through their adventure, their ship will be damaged. At the same time, you’ll be tearing off pieces of your paper ship with a nice surprise at the end!
Just as he did every morning, George the dog went out into the garden and left a little present. Just as she did every morning, Lola, a very flitty fly, went out to buzz around and stretch her wings. Lola fly loves poop. So does Fiona fly. But Lola saw it first! Who will get to call the great big poop their own?
written by Dario Alvisi and illustrated by Amélie Graux
Berta is the perfect kid. She’s tidy, she never throws a tantrum, she never cries… Whenever she feels overwhelmed, she opens one of her boxes of emotions and puts inside tears, fear and anger. But what would happen if one day, she loses control?
written by Mariasole Brusa and illustrated by Marta Sevilla
This witch wants to steal a kid. She flies on her broom and sees Adam playing with his dolls.The winning text of the contest Narrating Equality from the author Mariasole Brusa, illustrated by Marta Sevilla. Backed by the association Woman to Be.
written by A.H. Benjamin and illustrated by Anne Vasko
On the way home we found a monkey swinging in a tree, an alligator jumping in a puddle, a zebra tap-dancing, a tiger bouncing on a trampoline and a hippo doing weight-lifting. There’s a lot to discover on the way home.
Fuzzigruff is a very big monster. Fuzzigruff is always angry. Fuzigruff is lonely. Is his bad temper the reason he isalone? The little chiggibobs are scared of him and runaway. Until one day… Affection and laughs can make an angry monster (or little kid) become a cuddly one.
written by Margarita del Mazo and illustrated by Laure du Faÿ
“Where are you, piggy?” This wolf can’t find little piggy. Will he find it behind the rock? Inside the house? Up on the tree, perhaps? What will he do when he succeeds? The classic tale re-imagined in a board book full of tenderness and fun.
Rights sold: Italian & English (UK/US)
Board Book / 155 x 200 / 26 pages / NubeOcho Ediciones