Pumpkin and Me
by Alicia Acosta, Mercé Galí
When Pumpkin, my dog, died, everyone at home was sad. The next day, a dark cloud began to follow me around and it felt like I had soap in my eyes and an octopus wrapped tightly around my heart...
Written by the renowned child author and psychologist, Alicia Acosta, Pumpkin and me, explores themes of loss and grief and the power of memories in this uplifting, beautifully illustrated story.
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Alicia Acosta is a professional storyteller from Andalusia (Spain). She works with groups of children in schools and on behalf of government organizations, combining her background as a psychologist and her love of literature to promote a love of reading in children.
Mercè Galí is an illustrator from Barcelona. She grew up surrounded by stories in her parents' bookstore. She studied illustration and Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, specializing in engraving. She is mainly illustrates children's books and works with publishing houses in various different countries. Her books have been awarded best Toddler books at the Bologna Fair and her project ‘Petit Indi’ was a finalist in the Silent Book competition.
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- Publisher NubeOcho
- Publication Date May 2021
- Orginal LanguageSpanish
- ISBN/Identifier 9788417673925
- Publication Country or regionSpain
- Primary Price 14.90 EUR
- Publish StatusPublished
- Original Language TitlePeque y yo
- Original Language AuthorsSpanish
- Copyright Year2021
- Page size220x275 (220x275) mm
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