Collection GREEN TUCAN


Very strange things are happening in Bern’s house. Bern has four legs, dark eyes, abundant white and brown hair and, no doubt, a good brain. The rest of the family are all artists. Margaret, the mother, makes original doormats; the daughter, Luna, loves to crochet, and Dante, the father sings beautifully and cooks, as well as being an amateur entomologist and, above all, a passionate detective.

They all live very peacefully until grandma, Mrs. Moon, shows up with the news that they want to evict her from her house. The rent, very low, included the rumour that the house has a ghost... and it was true! But now the real estate company has kidnapped the ghost to get rid of the old woman. What they ignore is that the family has decided to come to her defence, all the family, including Bern.

An adventure, in which the Bernhardiner is the only one who puts sanity, or at least this is what he thinks:

“My name is Bern, short for Bernhard. I have four legs, dark eyes, abundant hair with white and brown spots on my back. I weigh..., I weigh a lot, but that doesn't matter now. The important thing is that I have a good brain. I'm the only one who thinks in the madhouse I live in. I don't know what they would do in this family without me. I always get them out of the trouble they get into. That's why I want to be the one to tell the story of what happened when Mrs. Moon showed up with a piece of a ghost…”
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ISBN: 978-84-683-6890-0
Code: 137363
Publication date: 14/09/2023
184 pages
Size: 13.0cm x 19.5cm. Paperback
Cover price: 10.95 
Rosal, Maria

María Rosal (Fernán-Núñez, Córdoba, 1961) is a poet and professor of Didactics of Language and Literature at the University of Córdoba; She has a doctorate in Theory of Literature, she has given various courses and conferences on creative writing. In addition to her poetic works, which have received several awards and been translated into English, Italian and Greek, she has published plays and essays. Her passion for children's and young adult literature has led her to dedicate herself to it in recent times. In this same collection is her novel The Secret of French Fries, which has allowed her to enjoy numerous encounters with young audiences.

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