Toletis

Rafa Ruiz, Elena Hormiga

The trees are disappearing and the adults seem unconcerned. Toletis, his dog Amenophis, friends Claudia and Tutan are on a mission to find ingenious ways of replacing them and turning their little valley town, set deep in the mountains, lusciously green again.
Date Published :
October 2017
Publisher :
Neem Tree Press
Contributor(s) :
Ben Dawlatly
Illustration :
Illustrations, color
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781911107149
Pages : 162
Dimensions : 8.2 X 6.4 inches
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$11.99

Overview
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The trees and grass are disappearing to make way for a new section of road. Toletis, his dog Amenophis, friends Claudia and Tutan are on a mission to find ingenious ways of replacing them and turning their little valley town, set deep in the mountains, lusciously green again. The odds are stacked against them. Can they succeed... with some very unusual help?

About The Author
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A journalist and author who has a staunch commitment to culture, art and the environment, and the majority of his career has been focused on these three topics. He spent 10 years at Spanish newspaper El Pais and 15 years at their weekly supplement. He has written numerous children's books and he co-directs the Mad is Mad art gallery in Madrid which gives a space to up-and-coming artists. He is also one of the partner-founders of the Press Association for Environmental Information (APIA).

Elena Hormiga is an illustrator with a sense of humour. Her fun pictures are imbued with irony and metaphor. She studied and worked as an engineer and later turned to illustration. She currently works creating images for stories, articles and posters. She also enjoys writing, cooking and origami.

Ben Dawlatly completed his masters in Hispanic Studies and Translation Theory at UCL. His technical translations focus on human rights and the environment, but his real calling is for fiction and poetry. He has translated several children's books for Nube Ocho, a Spanish publisher championing alternative voices, values and diversity.

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