Fascinating stories of animals that represent, like a mirror, the vices and virtues of mankind, old stories that have survived for centuries thanks to their universal and timeless meaning, created from the imagination of the greatest fable writers of all times: Phaedrus, Aesop and
A collection of 36 fables, told in a simple and ironic language that will enchant the younger readers, made even more precious by the colourful illustrations of Marisa Vestita. With her inimitable, original and modern style, she makes the legendary foxes, storks, mice and frogs even more contemporary, capable of teaching us even today the secrets of human nature.
Marisa Vestita studied painting at the Academy of Fine Arts of Lecce. In 2002 she moved to Milan, where she received her first commissions as an illustrator. Her art has been shown in major exhibitions throughout Italy, and she has worked with major Italian publishing houses and magazines, including Grazia and Natural Style.