Ferdinando Albertazzi
Tommaso has gone away

illustrations by Antonio Ferrara
40 pages, 8 euros, Isbn 88-8212-294-8

This book tells the sad and tender story of a young boy, Tommaso. “That time too he had gone out in hurry but he was enchanted by a little girl with her blue eyes and her sweet smile...” Tommaso meets this figure, both real and imaginary, with whom he finds himself dragged into adventures and discoveries which carry him towards a very moving ending. Book for children aged 10 and over.

  
THE AUTHOR

Ferdinando Albertazzi is one of the most famous Italian children’s writers and is also well known as a journalist (he writes for the Italian newspaper “La Stampa”). He is a known expert in children’s literature. For Interlinea he wrote Seizing the opportunity.
 

THE ILLUSTRATOR

Antonio Ferrara was born in Portici (Naples) in 1957 and obtained a diploma at the Istituto d’Arte Salazar in Naples. His works have been chosen more than once for the illustrators exhibition at the Children’s Book Fair in Bologna. He has exhibited all over Italy and has held a personal exhibition dedicated to Pinocchio. For Interlinea he has illustrated, among others, Andersen and Piumini.
 

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