Written by Jaume Copons
Illustrated by Òscar Julve
24×30 cm | 40 pages (including endpapers)
Rights available worldwide
Duna and Lluc have the same surname, but they are not siblings or cousins; they are just neighbours and friends. But they haven’t always been friends. Duna
remembers that, until recently, Lluc didn’t pay any attention to her; instead he built a wall of boxes to separate their two gardens so that they couldn’t see
each other! Of course, friendship cannot be imposed.
There is a need to let it grow with patience and good humour. It may happen naturally. What a huge prodigious discovering!
• Jaume Copons is author of the successful series «Agus and the Monsters», translated into more than 20 languages.
• A funny story about prejudices and how important is to get rid of them.
• Friendship but also acceptance, diversity, and understanding are values that this picture book wants to point out.
• The combined talent of both Jaume Copons and Òscar Julve results in a brilliant story about coexistence, about how necessary is to build up bonds instead of walls that separate.