Yoshiko Noda "Yocci"

Little Tree Folk

Gli Omini degli Alberi | Die Baummännelein


Are you ready for an exploration of Merano's monumental trees?
Equipped with backpack, map and binoculars, we begin our walk through the city, and through green spaces and ancient trees we meet our tree friends and their little men, all different from each other.

The London Planetree is very strong, the Horse Chestnut loves horse riding, the Himalayan Cedar Tree is very very tall, the Tilia Tree is sociable and always offers a home to those who don't have one...

Little Tree Folk by Yoshiko Noda, aka Yocci, is the eighth book in the series created on the occasion of "Primavera Meranese", an event that promotes the area's extraordinary natural and cultural heritage, so that people can discover - or rediscover - Merano in a new and exciting way.

After the stories by Harriet Russell (2015), Katrin Stangl and Michael Heinze (2016), Steven Guarnaccia (2017), Alessandro Sanna (2018), Noemi Vola (2019), Andrea Antinori (2020), and Sarah Cheveau (2021), Yocci tells the story of the city from its most spectacular trees.

The project draws inspiration from the holdings of Ópla, the Children's Book Archive of the Merano Public Library, which has been based in Merano since 1997.

isbn:  9791254930953

With:  ÓPLA - Archivio del libro d'artista per bambini

Languages:  Italian, English and German

Binding:  staples

Pages:  40

Width:  22

Height:  22

Edition:  2024


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