This illustrated album thought and drawn, is the third book in the collection, this time with the motto "Homeless people also count".
A book without words that tells the reality of many people who, at one point in their lives, lost their homes.
Here you can learn more about its content:
Drawn and illustrated by Pablo Caracol
Collection: People tell stories too
Binding: Cardboard illustrated album
(Price without VAT €15.87)
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The interview they did with us on October 24th at COPE
On the occasion of the celebration of Homeless People's Day, Ana Cristina Herreros presents our latest editorial novelty, HOME, from the "People tell stories too" collection.
To be able to listen to it, it is from minute 23: 53 (in Spanish)
Article in Biblioabrazo (03/30/2020)
A very complete article thanks to the gallery of images that it includes next to the text, from which the visual proposal of the book is better understood.
Pablo currently focuses his artistic activity on the development of his own projects, since it is the dramaturgy of the stories that move him.
Pablo Caracol has several books that already appear in the children's publishing market, as well as poster projects, book covers and, especially, illustrations for the press, both nationally and internationally.
Among his awards and mentions are:
-First prize in the “Valencia Book Fair” poster contest, 2018.
-Selected at the Babakamo Illustration Fair (Valencia), 2018.
-Selection in the 9th Catalog of Illustration Iberoamérica Illustra, 2017.
-Finalist in the international illustrated album contest Cabildo de Gran Canaria 2017 “La Espera”.
-First prize in the national billboard contest Las Rozas Lee (Madrid), 2017.