In March of 2020, the coronavirus forced the world to come to a stop. And eight-year-old Nayara Granados wrote a story about it. One set in 2070, with a grandmother—her future self— telling her grandchildren what it was like to live through that pandemic and what we learned in those days: how valuable life is and the importance of simple things and of human contact.
A story a girl writes for her future grandchildren in 2070.
Leire Salaberria is a young illustrator whose work has been recognized with numerous international awards.
A story written by a girl with a visual disability at only eight years of age.
The story transmits values like forgetting the material and focusing on what’s really important.