Santi Doesn't Want to Go to Bed

Santi is not different from the majority of boys and girls of his age: when it's time to eat he doesn't feel like it; when it's time to get up in the morning he feels tired... but he has to learn that sometimes we have to do things we don't want to. The splendid illustrations in these stories show us a very expressive Santi in a very colourful world.
Illustrator: Jordi Vila
Biography: He was born in Barcelona in 1966. He studied drawing at the Escola d'Arts i Oficis, Llotja (The Llotja School of Art and Occupation) as well as music and percussion (he plays the vibraphone in jazz groups). He started work as an illustrator in 1988 and since that time he has illustrated text-books, children's stories and novels for the most prestigious publishers and magazines. He also works in other areas of illustration, working usually with graphic designers, architects, producers and theatre companies. The edition of Trafalgar which he illustrated was voted the best-edited book (2003) and with Paper Diari (Daily Paper) he won the Sant Joan de Deu Prize.

12 pages. Paperback. 25,0 x 17,0 cm

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