Next Sunday (11), from 10:00 to 1:00 pm, The Poet receives the launch of the children's book "the girl who collected Stones". Written by poet and student of Pedagogy Catarina Rielli Vieira, the publication tells the story of a girl who liked all kinds stones. It could be great, small, dark or light, round or square. I liked so much that even the collected.
In the book, the protagonist decides one day rise in a difficult name Mountain: Anhangava (Quatro Barras / PR). Up there you could see the whole city, who, so small, It looked like toy. As the sun began to hide the horizon she realized she was on top of a giant stone. The book "The girl who collected stones" in reading reveals the Serra do Mar and a unique character with child subjectivity.
Catarina author works with popular education methodology and interacts with society through social movements. So, also teaches workshops in diverse outskirts of schools, besides having worked in kindergarten. The publication of the illustrations are signed by Daniel Silveira Freire.
"The history of the book came from my partnership with illustrator, when divagávamos of the city that is built after the line of the Serra do Mar. The Anhangava is one of the most beautiful hills that Paraná has. Whenever I climb it, and you can see the horizon from the coast, as well as the city skyline. At the foot of the hills formed the cities and now find the need to always build the relationship from childhood to the identity and pride of Serra do Mar ", account Catarina.
The book was done through the Program for Support and Promotion of Culture of the Curitiba Cultural Foundation.
|Launch of the children's book "The Girl I collected stones"|
|Date: 11 October (Sunday)|
|Time: 10h to 1:00 pm|
|Local: The Poet – Largo da Ordem, in front of the water cooler.|
Price book: R$ 15