The Arabian Nights

This book relates the legend of Scheherazade, a woman whose charming and lovely talk enabled her to survive marriage to the sultan, who used to kill his wives after the first night out of a sense of vengeance. A pop-up book with a thousand and one stories to rediscover the magic of the Middle East.
Author:
Illustrator: Mercè Canals
Translator: Carmen Gil
14 pages. Hardcover. 27,5 x 25,5 cm

2012 - International Latino Book Awards, awarded by Latino Literacy Now

Sold to: Italian (Italy)

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