The Kite of Dreams

Pilar López Ávila (Author) Paula Merlán (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$16.95  $15.59
Publisher
Cuento de Luz SL
Publish Date
April 01, 2020
Pages
32
Dimensions
8.4 X 10.4 X 0.4 inches | 0.9 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9788416733682

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About the Author

María del Pilar López Ávila (Cartagena, Spain 1969) is an award-winning writer of children's stories. Her passion for children's literature began when she was very young --at the age of nine she was already writing children's stories. PHD in Veterinary Medicine, she currently works as a Biology and Geology teacher at high school in Cáceres. She is married and the mother of 3 children. She is also the director of the Teatro Paraíso. In December 2010, she was awarded third position in the Joaquín Sama"Awards for Educational Innovation in the category "A more civic and caring school", for the project entitled "Use of waste materials". In Cuento de Luz she has published Ayobami y el nombre de los Animales (2017), winner of the International Latino Book Awards in 2018, and The Kite of Dreams ( 2019).Concha Pasamar is an award-winning Spanish illustrator. Words and drawings have always been part of her. For a few years, illustration has been added to her dedication to teaching and research of the Spanish language, which sometimes also takes her along the path of writing. Paula Merlán (Vigo, 1979) is a Spanish award-winning author. She graduated in Law and Education. Currently, she combines writing with teaching, her two passions. She has published more than twenty children's books, many of them translated into several languages such as Galician, Basque, Catalan, English, Italian, French and Korean. Her most important books are The Bizzies (Cuento de luz, 2019) and A Surprise for Mrs. Tortoise (Nubeocho, 2017), winner at the 2018 International Latino Book Awards.

Reviews

"The Kite of Dreams represents children's capacity for "hope," "love," and "joy," no matter what hardships they face..." -Kirkus Review