Once upon a time there was a fisherman and his wife. One morning the man caught a golden fish, which in exchange for freedom promised him to fulfill his every wish. The fisherman, who had a large and generous heart, left him free without asking for anything. His wife, who instead had a small and dissatisfied heart, when she heard of the little fish, she started asking and could no longer stop. This fairy tale teaches you to weigh the value of things, to enjoy what you have, what you are and what you can conquer without ’burning’ the continuous thirst for more.
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Aleksandr Puskin - Elena Ceccato
Elena Ceccato, illustrator from Cremona graduated in painting at the Academy of Fine Arts of Brera and subsequently in illustration for publishing at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, she specializes in illustration for children with the Master Ars in Fabula, where she realizes the first project for an illustrated book. Since 2016, she has worked with various Italian publishers including Carthusia and Rizzoli Education.