When Margarita draws something with the magic pencil, it becomes real! But what will she draw when there is only a little piece of the pencil left?
Cuando Margarita dibuja algo con el lapicero mágico ¡se hace realidad! Pero, ¿qué hará cuando quede tan solo un trocito de lapicero?
When Margarita, Daniel and Charlie see a hungry little cat, they decide they have to feed it. Even if that means going into Mrs Cranky´s yard! But when she sees them, instead of telling them off, she rewards the children with three very special gifts: a pencil, a sharpener and an eraser. Margarita starts to draw and something incredible happens! The drawings become real! What will the three children choose to draw? A story of friendship, equality, diversity and inclusion.
Margarita, Daniel y Carlos ven un gatito hambriento y deciden darle de comer. Su dueña Garrapata, agradecida, les hace tres regalos mágicos: un lapicero, una goma y un sacapuntas. Margarita empieza a dibujar y ¡ocurre algo increíble! Los dibujos se hacen realidad. ¿Qué elegirán dibujar los tres niños? Una valiente historia de amistad, igualdad y diversidad familiar.
Luis Amavisca is a well-known visual artist and children´s
writer in Spain. He has worked and written about equality, solidarity,
environment and non-violence. His Bang Bang I Hurt the Moon, was runner-up for the Most Inspirational Children’s Picture Book in the International Latino Book Awards.
He is the author, along with Alicia Acosta, of two highly successful co-education books: I Love My Colorful Nails! and Benji’s Doll. The Ugliest Monster in the World is one of his recently published books.
Alicia Gómez Camus is primarily a painter but also works in photography and
illustration. She has combined her work as an artist with teaching for more
than fifteen years. She has received various awards.