The Chicken Kiriko
This traditional story, which we have adapted, inaugurates the collection, with a die-cut accordion format and slipcase so you can tell the cumulative tale as you unfold the book.
Listen to the story here:
Written by Paula Carbonell
Illustrated by Carmen Queralt
Size: 9 x 13 cm (closed)/90 x 13 cm (open)
Binding: Illustrated album in accordion format
(die-cut with slipcase)
(Price without VAT €10.10)
Review on the blog of Macarena Mena Santos
Nice review of our beloved “artefact” (!)
She was born in Spain, in 1970, by the sea, in Valencia, and lives inland, in Cuenca, sea and mountain, sea and mountain.
Paula has always told, read and written, and at the age of four she achieved her greatest feat:
write her name, “you just have to change an h to a u” his father told her
and, since then, she has not stopped writing.
She studied Romance Philology, graduated in Humanities and has a Master's Degree in Reading Promotion and Children's Literature. She has received numerous complementary training courses in the field of Literature, Narration and Puppetry.
Paula sees, listens, tells, writes, and tells what she writes to tell it again and again.
She has given workshops and conferences and participated in various national and international professional meetings; She has told tales in libraries, theatres, hospitals, cafes, bars, and on the street...
She has published several articles on Literature and several illustrated albums. Gallito Pelón was included in the White Ravens 2014 list and The mightiest has been awarded by the Fundación Cuatrogatos 2017.
She was born in Madrid in 1952 and trained as a teacher, although she has been dedicated to illustration for more than 20 years. She doesn't like Sundays. Going to the movies and to the countryside with friends is what she likes the most. She reads in bed and it is the first thing she does as soon as she gets up and the last thing she does when the day is over. Her favourite author is John Ford.
She has published works in Editorial COMBEL, Editorial Barcanova, Edelvives, Pearson-Alhambra, Baula, Narval Editores, the children's magazine Cavall Fort, Kalandraka, Ediciones La Fragrance and Editorial LYNX among others. In addition to being on the honour list for the 2014 illustration award.