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Little mad tales

Little mad tales
titolo Little mad tales
Collana Le rane, 9
marchio Le rane
Editore Interlinea
libro Libro
Pagine 40
Pubblicazione 2002
ISBN 9788882122935_eng
How do you know that fairies are always happy? Or that windows don’t have feelings? In Anna Vivarelli’s Little mad tales this happens, and that’s not all! Spiteful shrimps that enjoy teasing the other sea fishes, a lazybones inventor who becomes mayor, a mosquito looking for a very personal tale, and a witch who is stubborn as a mule... The style is effective and simple, suitable even for little readers. Book for children aged 6 and over.

Biografia dell'autore


Anna Vivarelli was born in Turin and obtained a degree in Philosophy. She is a playwright and a fiction writer for Piemme, Feltrinelli and Einaudi Ragazzi. Together with Guido Quarzo she wrote Tales that are good to eat (Interlinea).


Cecco Mariniello was born in Siena in 1950 and is one of the most famous illustrators in Italy (among others he has illustrated many books by Roberto Piumini). He has been awarded the Andersen prize and published with Piemme (Jacopo and the abominable wild beast), Fatatrac, Giunti and others. For Interlinea he wrote How Caterina saved Santa Claus, which was awarded the Christmas Tale prize in 2001, and illustrated Peppino’s journey and Ciro and the clouds by Roberto Piumini, and Who set the library on fire? by Anna Lavatelli.

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