Starting from the images and the words of the book, children will have the opportunity to tell themselves, and adults to tell children as they were when they had their age. Because a unique definition of childhood does not exist. There are many experiences that become all the more useful as much as they can help reduce distances between adults and children, to establish a relationship of mutual understanding made of respect and attention. A book that invites you to explore the theme of identity, through the word, the story, but also the design. Its pages, in fact, offer a colorful gallery of portraits, each inspired by a character and a different childhood personality. In this sense, what is a child can be used to push the small readers to observe how the design tells the different characters, perhaps deepening the reflection, showing even portraits made by large artists of the past.
A book for:
- Help children repense to the question "Who am I?"