The mouse who longed for a palace
Wishing for a palace to live like a king is easy. Building it, however, is more complicated. That was what the little mouse, the protagonist of this story, realised. And so, looking for a thousand tools to make one, the little mouse discovered that a true king does not need a palace.
Listen to the story here:
Written by Charo Pita
Illustrated by Miguel Ángel Díez
Collection: Growing up books
Size: 21 x 21cm
Binding: Cardboard illustrated album
(Price without VAT €13.94)
Madrid Book Fair 2015
Charo Pita was present at this year's edition of the Madrid Book Fair, signing her book The mouse who longed for a palace and everyone who came to the Retiro Park could see her introducing her mouse. Media that echoed the news of the increase in sales this year did not hesitate to illustrate the news with one of the images of our author telling her story.
Review in Biblioabrazo
As always Ana Nebreda gives us good words on her blog about children's literature, with a special mention to the author and one of her little readers. Don't miss it!
Narrator, actress and writer, a lover of the word in all its possibilities, she has won some literary prizes and has published children's books translated into several languages. Illustrated albums such as: Who can beat the wind? ed. OQO; We are will not see, ed. Galaxy; The Street of the Pot, ed. OQO; Old ladies, ed. OQO; Magic, ed. OQO; O Arco da Vella, Xerais Editions; Thanks!, ed. The Fragatina; Someone from Somewhere, ed. Brosquil; Igor, ed. Kalandraka. Collections of stories for adults such as In the Shadow of the Tale, ed. Palabras del Candil. Books of poems such as: From Arcadia to Govinda, Ed. Espiral Maior. Also articles about oral narration and literary creation in specialized magazines.
As a narrator, she has been travelling for 20 years throughout the peninsular geography and throughout Europe, alone or accompanied, telling stories of both oral tradition and her own creation.
With Libros de las Malas Compañías she has also published the following titles:
Miguel Ángel Díez
He was born in Aspe (Alicante) in 1973. His first book was published in 2007. Since then, he has illustrated almost thirty books and comics for publishers such as Anaya, Bromera, Edelvives, Kalandraka and Libros de las Malas Compañías.
Among other titles we can find: My grandfather Simón knows it, Estela, The postman from Bagdad, The secret of the anteater, The shepherd of clouds, the collection I tell you a secret, and now, The mouse who longed for a palace.
He has also been selected three times for the White Raven catalogue of the International Youth Library in Munich and has participated in 5 international illustration exhibitions in the Italian cities of Sarmede and Padova and in the Slovak city of Bratislava.