An enchanting fable about the power of self-efficacy, resulting from a creative dialogue between the Spanish painter Ignasi Blanch Gisbert and the German author Mechthild Rex-Najuch. Each individual page is the processual answer to the page before it. Originally written in the format of a leporello, the story wandered back and forth between Barcelona and Barum in Lower Saxony, at first without a fixed theme, but shaped by the common interest in resilience.
This is how the story of Violetta and her fateful encounter with the stork Adebar, who challenges her to come out of her shell, came about. He accompanies her into a world that initially belongs only to her and in which she re-learns to shape her reality - to dream, to be strong, to fly and to let other people into her world.
Violetta's journey to her inner self is touching, and she is able to remind us in a very special way of those sources of power that are within all of us.
Violetta and the Stork
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Cover by: Ignasi Blanch Gisbert
Translated by: Katrin Muser
Series: Violetta and the Stork (vol. 1)
Publication date: 07/09/2020
An enchanting fable about the power of self-efficacy. Violetta's journey to her inner self is touching, and she is able to remind us in a very special way of those sources of power that are within all of us.
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