Telephone Tales

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Enchanted Lion Books, LLC, 2019 - 140 pagine
Reminiscent of Scheherazade and One Thousand and One Nights, Gianni Rodari's Telephone Tales is many stories within a story. Every night, a traveling father must finish a bedtime story in the time that a single coin will buy. One night, it's a carousel that adults cannot comprehend, but whose operator must be some sort of magician, the next, it's a land filled with butter men who melt in the sunshine! Awarded the Hans Christian Anderson Award in 1970, Gianni Rodari is widely considered to be Italy's most important children's author of the 20th century. Newly re-illustrated by Italian artist Valerio Vidali (The Forest), Telephone Tales entertains, while questioning and imagining other worlds.

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Gianni Rodari (1920-1980) is widely considered to the most influential Italian children's author of the 20th century. Despite winning the Hans Christian Anderson Award in 1970, Rodari has rarely been translated into English.

Valerio Vidali is an Italian illustrator of children's books. His book Jemmy Button (Templar/Candlewick, 2013), co-authored with Jennifer Uman, was a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of 2013. His bookThe Ôe co-illustrated with Violeta Lop├z was published by Enchanted Lion in 2018.
Antony Shugaar┬ is a writer and translator, working out of Italian and French. He once interviewed the creator of Topo Gigio.┬

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