Think in Color
Four textless books full of bold colors, stylized shapes and imagination.
A graphic journey that plays with natural forms to stimulate and surprise the viewer. Animals appear, become abstract, and finally transform into new and unexpected creatures. Each page can be looked at
as a unique picture or become part of a story, a puzzle…
graphic and chromatic game across a world populated by animals transforming, page after page. With guaranteed surprise effects.
Susanna Pesenti, L’Eco di Bergamo
but their visual impact also works perfectly
on some adults, and I am one of them.
Marco Dellantonio, Lettera.com
Meet the Animals
An innovative series introducing young readers to the world of nature. In each double spread of these colorful books, an animal present itself to the child in a way that is both playful and educational. Lively and accurate illustrations portray the animals up close, and they talk about themselves and their habits in the captivating rhyming text, ending with an invitation to interact. Each book is dedicated to a different environment.
Learn with Animals
In this beautifully illustrated series, animals introduce early-curriculum concepts to young learners. Minimal text combines with bold, eye-catching art to present colors, shapes, numbers, and opposites in a simple yet captivating way.
Venerdì di Repubblica
La Stampa – Tuttolibri
The Animal Rainbow – The Owl Tree
The Animal Rainbow celebrates the beauty and diversity of nature in a bestiary enjoyable by people of every age. Young children will learn the names of the colors and the animals, while adults can feast their eyes on the vivid and elegant illustrations.
The story of a tree full of life A journey, a path, a transformation. A wordless story about natural and inner worlds.
Stefano Bucci, Il Corriere della Sera
Animal friends from the five continents meet up for a special occasion.
A magical night journey in a world full of surprises.
Mother penguin tells a story about her incredible adventures in a dream