Today, 23rd April, it is a Catalan tradition to go out an kill a dragon to commemorate that time when St. Jordi read a book and cropped a rose at the same time. Stuff of legend.
Happy St. Jordi’s day!
We are less than a month away from the launch of the second book of Pablo. It is really exciting!
In the mean time let us remind you that today is World Cat’s Day. A perfect day to drink loads of milk and to play with balls of wool.
— chris haughton (@chrishaughton) July 16, 2013
One of our favourite authors, Chris Haughton, reports a sighting of Pablo in the shop of the Reina Sofía Contemporary Art Museum in Madrid. He was looking for another Pablo, we believe.
Pablo was awarded a merit in this year’s juried 3×3 International Children Competition and the magazine with all the winners is out now. It was selected among +700 other entries from more than 35 countries. Looking at the magazine makes us really proud as the standard is really high.
Check the prestigious 3×3 magazine here
We learned this week that our friend and hero, Chris Haughton was awarded the Super Premio Andersen 2012 to the best children book published in Italy for “A Bit Lost”.
Pablo is absolutely delighted with it. Congratulations, Chris!
More information here (in Italian)