“Ideal for children to learn to recognize and express their emotions in the best way.”
Seven classic tales from Perrault, Grimm and Andersen adapted for today’s readers. Each story highlights one of the seven basic emotions: “Sleeping Beauty is afraid” (fear), “Aladdin’s joy” (joy), “Beauty and the anger of Beast” (anger), “Tom Thumb surprises everyone” (surprise), “Jack’s mom is disgusted” (disgust), “Puss in Boots and his sad master” (sadness) and “The tin soldier feels repugnance” (repugnance).
Ivana Calamita: &ldquoSince I was a little girl I always drew, drew and drew. Now I'm a little bit bigger, I keep doing it. I work drawing and teaching how to draw, so that others can also paint and illustrate, and enjoy it as much as I do. My spoiled cat Magritte always has accompanied me and now also does my daughter Nina&rdquo.
Elena Luchetti: &ldquoI am a teacher and professor of Literature, graduated in Education and master in Literature for Children. I love classic tales, novels and ancient myths.&rdquo