La niña que tenía las lágrimas más grandes del mundo by Gioconda Belli
This is the story of a girl and her giant tears. Find out what happens in her home when she cries. An ideal bedtime story
La niña que tenía las lágrimas más grandes
(The girl who had the biggest tears in the world)
By Gioconda Belli and Lara Sabatier (Illustrator)
Genre: Children Books (recommended age 2 to 10)
This is the story of a girl and her giant tears. Find out what happens in her home when she cries. An ideal bedtime story or learning book for children of young age that shows us that the power of words is more effective than crying. Beautifully illustrated by Lara Sabatier and written by the internationally acclaimed Nicaraguan writer Gioconda Belli, author of the books The Inhabited Woman (1988), Waslala (1996), The infinity in the palm of the hand (2008), among others.
Gioconda Belli is a winner of numerous international awards: Casa de las Américas de Poesía in 1978, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz in 2008, among others. Political and feminist activist, she participated in the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) since 1970, and was part of the Nicaraguan Revolution.
ISBN 978-987-47471-0-5 Pages: 36 Size: 21 x 21 cm Soft-binding