Al museo [At the museum]
  We miss museums. After ‘At the beach’ and ‘At the market’, here comes the third volume of little Eva’s everyday life adventures, published...
Before the holidays I had the privilege to join a lecture by Ms Louise Livingston at the Maria Montessori Institute about FREEDOM, INDEPENDE...
Freedom, Independence and Discipline
I can get quite obsessed with illustrators, and that happened with Jim LaMarche, so there was a pile of his books underneath our Christmas t...
  This is what the Montessori revolution was really about. For the child to grow, we must become small, we must STEP BACK. STEP BACK means: ...
  “Almost everything that men have said best has been said in Greek.”  ― 𝐌𝐚𝐫𝐠𝐮𝐞𝐫𝐢𝐭𝐞 𝐘𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐜𝐞𝐧𝐚𝐫 This stunning book is a tr...
Sonya raises her three hens since they were tiny peeping chicks. she feeds them, shelters them, loves them. She is their mama. She is gratef...
It’s Christmas time. Outside, a father is heading into the snowy forest, A little fir tree is waiting to find its place in the world. Insid...
I fell in love with Maria Chiara Di Giorgio’s illustrations when I read ‘Two Wings’ [‘Due Ali’, available in Italian and Spanish] although s...
If you are around young children, you probably know that they LOVE spotting things. The smaller the better . That’s why these two art books ...
Puerto Rican icon Rita Moreno was born Rosita Dolores Alverio, in 1931. Her name change marks her personal journey from the island towards ...
A girl named Rosita - A biography of Rita Moreno
Who better than Anthony Browne could illustrate Frida Kahlo's surrealism? Who better than him could go beyond biography taking us where...
Shirley Hughes is more than a national treasure, she is a Montessori treasure. Such a shame most of her books have not been published abroad...
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