“¡Abracadabra!” dice Lucía, la pequeña maga, y ¡una jarra de agua se llena de ranas! Las cosas aburridas se convierten en divertidas cuando lanza sus hechizos.
Lucía, la pequeña maga, agita su varita y pasan cosas divertidísimas. Pero un día, su hermanito arranca unas páginas de su libro. Lucía se enoja y se le ocurre una idea… Mueve su varita y dice “¡Abracadabra!”. ¿En qué animal transformará al pequeño Teo?
Una divertida historia sobre el amor entre hermanos ¡a pesar de los enojos!
"Abracadabra!" says Lucía, the little magician, and a jug of water is filled with frogs! Ordinary things are transformed when she casts her magic spells.
Lucía, the little magician, waves her magic wand and hilarious things happen. But one day, when her little brother rips some pages out of her spellbook, she gets angry and waves her wand… “Abracadabra!". What has she transformed little Teo into?
A fun story that captures the best and not-so-best moments of being brother and sister!
Susanna Isern has published over 100 books worldwide, translated into over a dozen languages. She has been awarded the Silver Medal in the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards 2013 in the USA and her Bogo the Fox Who Wanted Everything, published by NubeOcho, is a Junior Library Guild Selection. She works as children psychologist and writer.
Mar Ferrero (Madrid, 1968) studied Fine Arts. She was a cartoonist for some time before becoming an illustrator, which she has now been doing for many years. She has illustrated books for Spain, USA, France, United Kingdom, China and Korea. She also writes and publishes her own short stories.
Amélie Graux is a well-renowned international artist who was born in Paris in 1977. She studied animation in Paris and directed her first and only short film Who wants some liver paté?, awarded at the Annecy Festival. She has illustrated several books with publishers such as Gallimard, Flammarion, Milan, Nathan, Didier Jeunesse, Little Urban and NubeOcho.