A flip book-object full of poetic madness!
Mar Benegas raises the bar with this new book to give us a tool that generates free thought. A window that challenges us and presents us other points of view. It is a way of opening the mind and practising that of inhabiting astonishment.
Dare to create your own imaginary kitchen monsters by turning over the flaps of this new interactive book! A hardcover wiro bound book with pages in quarters to flip lets you mix and match the bodies of terrific creatures in order to create more than 200.000 imaginary monsters.
Each flap includes a little poem about each part, so you can spend many happy hours creating thousands of fabulous kitchen monsters. Let’s discover them all!
Is there a monster in the kitchen?
camouflaged in the flour
How many are there, did you see the first one?
Kitchen Monsters by Mar Benegas. Illustrated by Ana G. Lartitegui
15 × 23 cm | 48 pages | Wiro binding | Ages 8+
Publication: February 2023
MAR BENEGAS Poet and writer. She works as reading and creativity promotor at schools, libraries and cultural centers. She’s specialist in children’s poetry and coordinates the poetry area of Atrapavientos and elsitiodelaspalabras.es, while training creative writing workshops at Fuentetaja. Among other books, she’s the author of Cherry series, Nicolasa, Where is Your Home?, Who Is Inside?, I Have Eaten Nothing, What are They Doing?and Bits & Bites, which belong to Marsupiflap series.
ANA G. LARTITEGUI is primary school teacher, illustrator and scholar of children’s literature. Her work La carta de la señora González received the Best Book Award at the FIL Mexico in 2000 and a Mention in Los Mejores de Banco del Libro 2020. With El libro de la suerte she received the Euskadi Illustration Award 2015 and was Best Youth Book 2016 at Banco del Libro (Caracas).
Professor of UNIZAR’s own master’s degree “Reading, Books and Readers for Children and Young Adults” in the illustration unit from 2009-2018 and currently in charge of the non-fiction unit.
She has published several articles, conferences and essays on LIJ. Since 2004, she has been the driving force behind a number of initiatives on the www.pantalia.es platform.