Founded in 1986, Edicions Bromera offers in its catalogue, made up of 3,000 titles distributed in the Catalan language in 30 different collections, a selection of the very best of literature for children, young adults and adults, with broad, open-minded and plural criteria.
Moreover, Grup Bromera is set up by different imprints as Bromera, Algar Editorial, Animallibres, Més Llibres or Tàndem Edicions. They all share the same spirit: encourage the habit of reading and grow passion for books.
Lately, we have increased our presence in the international market in order to make our books and our authors accessible all over the world, especially regarding children’s literature. The stories created by our gallery of authors and illustrators already travel around the world, in many countries of the fifth continents, and they talk multiple languages. Stories made with enthusiasm in order to convey values and edited with care to offer quality books to the most demanding readers: the little ones.
Written by Pilar Martín
Illustrated by Verònica Aranda
Nora can imagine a thousand and one things, except one for which she can’t find an explanation. A little noise suddenly appears and is often repeated. It all happens at school, during “Professions Week”. They have to visit the police station, the doctor’s office, the town hall... Will the mysterious noise come from any of these places? Or does it only live in her imagination?
Written and illustrated by Zuriñe Aguirre.
Doodle lives inside the tip of a pencil. He is very shy, he does not want to come out of his hiding place because he feels defective, since he always sees wonderful figures passing by. Until one day, the pencil shows him that, despite not being perfect like a circle or a square, he can be very original. Because being imperfect is an opportunity to discover what we want to be.
Written and illustrated by Rocio Bonilla
Minimoni loves walking with her dog Max. They get along very well, but sometimes she doesn’t understand adults. Especially when they talk about love. They say that it can move mountains, but at the same time, we can find it in the smallest things. If love cannot be seen, touched, or painted... how can they know what it is?
Written by Bea Taboada
Illustrated by Dani Padrón
Sometimes a storm of emotions clouds my head. Mum says that these storms come up suddenly and they could bring with them clouds, rain, and thunders. It seems impossible to stop them. But mum, who sometimes has thunders in her head too, knows really well how I feel and what I can do.
Writted by Paloma Muiña
Illustrated by Anna Clariana
George wants to have long hair, like the princess in his favourite story. This way he can use it as a slide to go down the castle; he can look like a fountain and wet his classmates or play cowboys and Indians. Grandma does not like it at all, she grumbles more and more as his hair grows longer. And yes, maybe it is too heavy and too difficult to wash... What if he has his hair cut short to look like a hairless alien? Or like a tree with pink hair? Yes, awesome, because he gets to decide how he wants to be!
Writted by Cristina Oleby
Illustrated by Pablo Pino
Roland had been performing the same circus number for one thousand eight hundred and twenty-five days. However, he was not going to do it one more day. He had one goal: running away. Nevertheless, all his plans to escape had obstacles and his attempts ended up being frustrated. His determination was firm. Not another day would pass... although the days went by with each new failed plan. In the end, he realized that the answer was much easier and it was in himself: it was simply a matter of being self-confident.
Writted by Irene Verdú
Illustrated by Verónica Aranda
One day, the wind found a lost letter. The rain had wiped the letters off the envelope and it was not possible to know for whom it was or who wrote it. However, the letter has a beautiful message, «I love you». This is why the wind blew her up and pushed her hard, very hard. The wind could not imagine that the letter would fall on Mr Cat’s head, always grumpy and locked up at home. Maybe the power of words could change his life...
Written by Jaume Copons
Illustrated by Òscar Julve.
Linus Filstrup is an honest boy who has nothing to do with Arlo, his twin brother, who is a real scoundrel and the pride of the Filstrups, a family of thieves and swindlers as it should be.
He was doing well in high school, until the fateful day when he was accused of having stolen a good deal of money. Then he had to start investigating to unmask the real culprit, clear his name and... let his family down again!
Haven’t you met her yet?
Discover all her adventures!
Board book books for todlers.
The book deals with the idea of individuality from a positive and tender perspective, reinforcing the thought that it is a personal choice and avoiding stigmas.
A book about freedom and how fragile it can be if we act with indifference.
The first part of the book is silent, while the last one is based on Martin Niemöller’s classical reflection on Nazism.
A story about a neighbourhood.
A story about empathy and life in common.
A story about all of us.
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Milo, an adventurous little wolf, believes that he will suddenly become a fierce wolf. When Milo discovers that he must train to get it like the rest of wolves, he is worried about having to stop being himself to achieve it
Thanks to this friendly story readers will understand the importance of trusting ourselves in order to decide our future.
Text and image weave a story with a special sensitivity and tenderness.
Many children can identify themselves with this story.
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Topics such as friendship, harassment, integration and solidarity are included in this powerfully illustrated book.
We want to share the spirit of our books with all cultures, that’s why, every year, we participate in the main book fairs dedicated to the book world: