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Elephant, giraffe or stork

There is nothing impossible, as is demonstrated by the protagonist of Elephant, Giraffe or Stork, an picture album that Estelí Meza has illustrated in the Kalimat publishing house (Arab Emirates).

A viking Story

Nicolás Aznárez illustrated Full Sail Ahead: A viking Story, written by Liors Klirs and published by Great Minds in association with Wilson Language Training, publisher of Fundations.

When Cesar Chavez Climbed the Umbrella Tree

In the book When Cesar Chavez climbed the umbrella tree, published by
Capstone (USA), Rachael Hanel (text) and Álex Herrerías (illustrations) tell us the childhood of César Chávez, famous for his role as leader of civil rights.

Around the World in Eighty Days

Laura Pérez illustrated Julio Verne's classic, Around the World in Eighty Days, for the Bromera's mini CLÀSSICS collection.

Quiero una ballena

"My mother and I do not have the same idea of what a whale is." With this forcefulness begins
Quiero una ballena (I want a whale), a story by NiñoCactus illustrated by Cecilia Moreno and edited by Savanna Books.

Por encima de rama y hoja

Antonio Santos illustrated a very popular tale from the Pyrenees, which Sandra Araguás adapts for Editorial Sin Cabeza:  Por encima de rama y hoja (Above branch and leaf).

I hate everyone

Cinta Arribas illustrated I Hate Everyone, published by 
POW! (USA). In spare, poignant, direct prose, I Hate Everyone, written by Naomi Danis, paints a nuanced and honest portrait of the complex emotional lives of children.

La merienda del parque

Did you know that parks also snack? Alberto, in this fun adventure, discover us the wonderful fauna that lives there thanks to Cecilia Moreno (illustrations) and Pablo Albo (text) in La merienda del parque (Narval).

Martín

Maite Gurrutxaga illustrated Martín, published by
La Topera. This picture book won the 2015 Lazarillo Prize, promoted by the Spanish Organization for the Children and Youth Book (OEPLI) with the support of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport. 

¿En dónde viven?

A book, written by Sergio de Régules and illustrated by Estelí Meza on
Fondo de Cultura Económica, which awakens the curiosity of the little ones to know how the houses of the different animals are.

Érase una vez lo que no fue

Juan Palomino wrote and illustrated the picturebook Érase una vez lo que no fue (Ediciones Castillo)

Había una vez

The story written by María Teresa Andruetto, illustrated by Antonio Sanros, makes us travel at the beginning of the word as a narrative force, posing at the same time the claim of women as transmitter of knowledge.

Ajonjolí

There is a moment in the life of every child that comes the question: what do you want to be? And even though Ajonjolí is still a small squirrel, its teacher has asked it to think so. Ajonjolí (Grupo Edelvives - Editorial Progreso), is an story written by Roxanna Erdman and illustrated by Álex Herrerías.

Coco, ¿dónde estás?

Cinta Arribas publishes her first picture book with
Sallybooks: Coco, ¿dónde estás? (Coco, where are you?) The child protagonist looks for his dog Coco, he has lost it at the park while they walked. Coco is neither long nor boring, neither pink nor mischievous, nor small nor fearful, neither stretched nor nervous, neither fat nor smiling... Do you help him to look for it?

Abrir los ojos, oír llover

Darío is 7 years old and he hears; Mateo is 11 and he does not hear, he is deaf. A story for all, deaf and hearing, written by Adriana Zumaya and illustrated by Jesús Cisneros. Published by La Caja de Cerillos.

Maroma y la mariposa roja

Flavia Zorrilla illustrated Maroma y la mariposa roja, written by Ana María Machado and published by Ediciones Castillo.

Un mundo mejor

Eleven creators illustrated ten of the Rights of the Child at Un mundo mejor (A Better World), published by Jaguar. Among them, Jacobo Muñiz, Iban Barrenetxea and Elena Odriozola.

Adiós a los cuentos de hadas

"I like to spend time alone, look at the ceiling and think, just think ... Sing songs ... Imagine that I travel ...", tells
the protagonists of Adiós a los cuentos de hadas (Bye to the fairy tales), published by Ediciones El Naranjo), with text by Elizabeth Cruz Madrid and illustrations by Estelí Meza.

Benicio y el Prodigioso Náufrago

The awaited new story written and illustrated by Iban Barrenetxea, Benicio y el Prodigioso Náufrago (
A Buen Paso), is already in the bookstores. A story about the fragility of the human soul illustrated with elegant images that show us the sea and Benicio's boat as immense stage of a small comedy.

Nariz, naricita

A story full of rhythm about the nose, published by
Combel, can also listen to the beat of music with the rhymes by Mar Benegas and illustrations by Cecilia Moreno.

Attention gros secret!

The French edition of 
Attention gros secret!, with text by Ilan Brenman and illustrations by Anuska Allepuz, hits bookstores with p'titGlénat.

Booktrailer of 'Mi hermano pequeño invisible'

Libre Albedrío just published this delicious booktrailer of Mi hermano pequeño invisible (My little brother unseen), by Ana Pez.

Puka, el tractor y las abejas

It didn't seem it would be an especially exciting day for the dog Puka. It was wrong, as evidenced Jokin Mitxelena in Puka, el tractor y las abejas (Puca, the tractor and bee), published with Elkarlanean.

Lagartija sin cola

Azucena the lizard lost its tail of a broom! It feels incomplete and ugly. Graciela Bialet (text) and Alex Herrerías (pictures) tell it in this story published by Pearson.

Mi pequeño hermano invisible

Mi hermano pequeño invisible (My little invisible brother), by Ana Pez, has been published in Spain by
Libre Albedrío. It is a special book, designed to be enjoyed in physical and direct. This book, selected among 1,250 titles from 42 countries, won a special mention in the category Opera Prima of BolognaRagazzi Awards 2015.

O Meu Irmão Invisível

Orfeu Negro just published in Portuguese O Meu Irmão Invisível, by Ana Pez. This title had a special mention at the Bologna Children's Book Fair with the French edition of L'Agrume.

Hermanos

Hermanos (Brothers), published by
Quilombo Ediciones, a very personal book. Pati Aguilera illustrates the text written by Claudio Aguilera.

Mention for Valeria Gallo

Bostezo (Yawn), by Teresa Jimena Solinís (text) and Valeria Gallo (illustrations), have been recognized with an honorable mention in the XVIII Concurso de Álbum Ilustrado A la Orilla del Viento of Fondo de Cultura Económica.

Little Red Riding Hood, CANIEM award

Excited! Little Red Riding Hood, by Adolfo Serra and published by
Fondo de Cultura Economica, won the award of the National Chamber of the Mexican Publishing Industry Editorial Art 2014 (CANIEM) in the category of Picture Books. Congratulations, Adolfo!
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