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1 de mayo de 2011
“How far would you go for a book? How far would a librarian travel to bring a book to you?” is a theme that author Monica Brown shares with us in our new children’s book entitled, Waiting for the Biblioburro. Creating and illustrating Waiting for the Biblioburro, was a tremendous pleasure. As I painted the book’s many scenes, I would get lost in the characters and landscapes that made this story special to me. In this narrative we are introduced to a young girl named Ana whose love for reading inspires her to create her own children’s book, thanks in part to her family and to a new traveling librarian friend and teacher. The story is based partly on the life of Luis Soriano, a real-life traveling librarian whose love for reading began a program to share and distribute children’s books from the backs of his two donkeys, Alfa and Beto, throughout the rural countryside villages of Colombia, South America.
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