Author: Stella Nosella
Illustrator: Valentina Vanasia
Pages: 40 Size: 21x21cm
Age: +4 years
Available in: all languages
Topics and strengths of the book
- Oral traditions.
- Important values of life.
- Very trendy fantasy illustration.
A book written as a tribute to the variety of the Italian peninsula. The result of a long research, selection and rewriting of Italian regional stories. Twenty stories, one for each region, of equal length, harmoniously drawn up so that they can be read in about five minutes.
Through this journey through the Italian oral traditions.
Stella Nosella is an Italian writer of children’s fiction. Her debut novel Sebastian’s Chronicles — Books That Do Not Exist (Capponi Editore) was nominated for the prestigious Premio Strega Award, literature for girls and boys 2019. Stella has a great passion for history and has been one of the foremost lecturers and classroom readers in the Veneto region of Italy. Furthermore, Stella has worked for many years in supporting children’s charities and is an ambassador for charities such as #ioleggoperché, that collaborates with #ilvenetolegge and #libriamoci which have been selected for the #primaeffe Feltrinelli project for the school district.