Four friends ––Cose, Lucy, Cari and Sil––enter a cave in the park near their homes. ¿What adventures and dangers will they find in that world filled with mysterious creatures?
Digital format and soft cover.
Los colores de Dani is a fun, interactive adventure full of sensations, feelings, and adventures. In it, Dani, thanks to parental care, love, and support, dares to discover and show feelings. Un Kilo de Ayuda presents this innovative project with which kids and their families will share an entertaining story that will strengthen emotional ties and communication.
Digital, hard and soft cover available
Ilustrations by Israel Barrón
Published by Ediciones Castillo, 2019
Marco is excited about the news that he has just received: his aunt Neli, the most traveled and adventuresome member of the family, has invited him on a trip to five states of Mexico. Without realizing it, Marco will discover that Baja California, San Luis Potosí, Chiapas, Veracruz, and Mexico City are full of colonial legends about pirates, witches, and slaves that continue to be told to this day.
The characters of these three tales not only have hair, feathers, and legs, they are also brave, perseverant, and know how to negotiate.
Prepare yourself to enjoy these three folktales told by the Maya, the Pima, and the Huichol, marvelously illustrated by Juan Gedovius.
Illustrations by Israel Barrón
Published by Castillo, Mexico, 2017
While Rubí practices to become an artist and Lucía reads books with her grandmother, Nico loses his dog, Elena meets a new friend, and Rodrigo refuses to believe that his dad is dead.
Discover the way in which these five characters remember their dead during the Day of the Dead, a unique Mexican celebration. Illustrated by Israel Barrón.
Ludmila and Wilberto, a pair of mischievous dragons, will have an adventure when they decide to see if some of those things called Persons really exist.
Are the stories told by the elders real? Come along for the ride and find out. Illustrated by Juan José Colsa.
These Maya tales about animals and gods, which explain why some things are as they are, will delight young and old. Beautifully illustrated by Ángel Campos.
Are you ready for the most exciting night of the year? What do you mean which? The night of the Three Kings! I have everything ready: my favorite shoe by the Christmas tree, my letter to Melchior, Gaspar, and Balthazar; and a delicious snack for them and their animals since they will surely be tired from all the work and travel.
My dog Becca is helping me to... Becca? What have you done, Becca? Oh, no, something terrible has happened. Will the Kings be angry with me and not come? Can you help me fix this disaster? We don't have much time!
¿What do a rabbit that wants to be very big, a skunk that goes hunting, and a rabbit trapped by a coyote have in common? That they're astute, hungry, and are biters.
When it's time to sleep and all the lights are off, a new world appears in front of our eyes. Hidden in the darkness are presences that, though they appear to be terrifying, are never what they seem.
The protagonist of each of the four stories in this book has a fantastic adventure that will forever change his or her life.