Collection GREEN TUCAN


That Grandma was a witch was something Dad told us every time she was mentioned in any conversation. I always believed that he meant it figuratively, that is, metaphorically, that is, that he said the word "witch" instead of saying that she was "evil", "cruel" and things like that, which was what he thought of the who had been his mother-in-law. She probably never suspected that her grandmother was a real witch, the one who knows what is going to happen, the one who changes the course of lives, the one who moves objects from one place to another only with her mind. I didn't suspect it either until that summer when strange things began to happen. It was the night of the red moon….
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ISBN: 978-84-683-5560-3
Code: 134776
Publication date: 11/12/2021
236 pages
Size: 13.0cm x 19.5cm. Paperback
Cover price: 10.95 
Recommended subjects:
Language and literature
Theme:Children's / Teenage fiction: General, modern and contemporary fiction
Alcolea Serrano, Ana

Ana Alcolea was born in Zaragoza, she lives between Spain, Italy and Norway. She graduated in Hispanic Philology and has a diploma in English Philology, she has been a Language and Literature teacher for twenty-six years. In her years of teaching she wrote literary research articles, as well as didactic editions of classic works. In 2001, her first novel, The Lost Medallion, was published, which has been followed by more than twenty-five titles. In 2020 she made her first foray into musical theater with a play about Beethoven. Her audience includes children, adolescents and adults. Her works and her involvement in promoting reading have been awarded both nationally and internationally. Among others, he has obtained the following recognitions: in 2011 the Anaya award for The Darkest Night, which also won the CCEI award and is part, along with his other works, of the prestigious White Ravens list, issued each year by the Internationale Jugendbibliothek from Munich. Several of her works have appeared in the annual selection of the Cuatrogatos Foundation of Miami (United States), as well as in the OEPLI. She has given conferences and held meetings with readers in Spain, France, Italy, Morocco, the United States, Colombia, Mexico and Norway. In 2016 she was awarded the Cervantes Chico award for her career in children's and youth literature. In 2020 she received the prestigious Aragonese Letters Award and in 2021, the José Antonio Labordeta Foundation Award. Ana Alcolea believes that places and objects tell us many stories: we just have to ask them with curiosity, enthusiasm and respect. Every year she spends time in a lonely cabin in the mountains of Norway. The Night of the Red Moon is her first novel in Edebé.

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