- ISBN: 9781771647267
- Tags: Aldana Libros, André Letria, Children's Books, Elisa Amado, Jose Jorge Letria, Middle Readers, Picture Books,
- Dimensions: 7.25 x 9
- Published On: 10272020
- 64 Pages
An award-winning, stunningly illustrated, sober depiction of war.
A recipient of the prestigious Nami Concours prize, this remarkable book of striking, often surreal illustrations and sparse prose reveals the many sides of war: where it comes from, how it creeps up on us, and how it destroys everything in its wake. During a time when wars are fought around the world, this evocative and bold interpretation may serve as a vehicle for difficult yet necessary discussions among readers of all ages. As Deborah Ellis, author of the Breadwinner series, says: “If children are old enough to be bombed, they are old enough to read about it.”
An Aldana Libros Book
JOSÉ JORGE LETRIA is a journalist, poet, and author of a highly awarded body of children’s books. He lives in Lisbon, Portugal.
ANDRÉ LETRIA has worked as an illustrator since 1992. He’s won several awards, including an Award of Excellence for Illustration from the Society for News Design. He lives in Lisbon, Portugal.