El secreto de las hormigas (The Ants’ Secret) (Spanish Edition)
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“The art and text complement each other perfectly, creating a world that evokes Latin American magical realism, the visual distinctiveness of Lane Smith’s art, and the worldbuilding of the movie Antz.” ―Kirkus Reviews
“This picture book, with a simple structure and narrated to the rhythm of a series of illustrations, tries to recreate the interior of the underground passageways and contributes to make readers aware of the fundamental role that ants play in our daily lives, from their work fighting pests up to their pollination of plants by dispersing seeds and to their contribution to increasing the fertility of the land.” ―Canal Lector
About the Author
Baltasar Magro Santana (Toledo, Spain, 1949) is an acclaimed writer and journalist. He studied Philosophy and Literature at the Autonomous University of Madrid and, years after, studied Journalism. For more than thirty years he has worked in different television programs as a scriptwriter of cultural, documentary and entertainment programs. In 2019 the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Toledo awarded him the Literature Prize and he was nominated for the Emmy Awards for TV in the United States for a report on the 1981 Spanish coup d’état attempt.
The award-winning illustrator Dani Padrón was born in Ourense, Spain, an architect by training. He started his career as an illustrator in 2011, after winning the Pura e Dora Vézquez Award for the illustrations of his first book. Since then, he has published several picture books. In 2016 he was awarded Gold Medal at the International Latino Book Awards with the book The Little Golden Key, published by Cuento de Luz.
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