The Whale Who Imagined

Because whales, like humans, need to imagine the world they want to live in first
Summary

Once upon a time there was a whale who imagined herself strolling under a colorful umbrella in winter mornings and climbing an apricot tree in summer evenings. 

Once upon a time there was a whale who could fly with the swallows. 

This was a whale that whenever sadness came for a visit, she imagined she played the double bass in an orchestra and moved to the sound of rumba, mambo and chachachá, until music soaked everything else, carrying away all sadness and suffering. 

An astonishing book that takes little readers beyond their own imagination.

Category
Children & Ya
Fiction
Text
Marcelo Simonetti
Illustrations
Sandra Conejeros
Publisher
Ulla Books
Year
2020
Language
Spanish
ISBN
978-956-09056-6-6
Pages
48pp
Cover
Hardcover
Size
31x27cm