Sand on the Shoes

María quiere descubrir la manera de adentrarse en un libro. Finalmente, se da cuenta de que sólo podrá conseguirlo leyendo.
Author:
Biography: Pep Molist was born in Manlleu (Spain) in 1965. He has worked in a number of libraries and has introduced some creative ways to boost reading figures in Catalonia (Spain). At the moment he is responsible for the children's section of the Casino de Manresa library and he was the instigator of the Children and Young People's Book Week. He is currently working for the newspaper El País (The Country), the supplement Presència (Presence) and Faristol (Lectern). He also writes. In 2003 he won the Rovelló (Mushroom) essay prize for children's literature with a work entitled: Tranquil Books: Life As Seen Through Children's Literature.

Illustrator: Maria Espluga
Biography: Barcelona 1968. She studied graphic design in the Escuela Massana and in Elisava. Since 1989 she has illustrated children's books and she is also the author of one of them: Un Buen Día (A Nice Day). Ed. SM, 1990. She also does the costumes, puppets and masks for children's theatre plays.

24 pages. Hardcover. 21,0 x 19,0 cm

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