Crazy bobos in three children’s albums

Katia Furter

columnist

Published on May 7, 2024 at 2:25 p.m. / Modified on May 7, 2024 at 3:26 p.m.

Ouch, ouch, ouch, ouch! When you fall, it hurts and it bleeds. We console you, the wound is cleaned. Later there is a nice crust. Beautiful, really? This little girl hates this crust that won’t go away. And since they are condemned to spend some time together, she decides to call her Bertha. The crust is not happy, it would have preferred a softer name. On vacation with her grandparents, the bored kid tells Bertha her little secrets. One day, the crust falls off…

Who doesn’t have, in their childhood memories, that of a fall and a scab to which we are attached, we don’t really know why? Then there is this pink mark that will whiten and go away, or not. Beatrice Alemagna has a knack for immersing the reader in the imagination and confidences of heroines full of life to whom she gives voice. His attentive listening also reflects in his drawing.

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