The camp they have brought us to is like a big city of tents. Everything is far away, there are always many people everywhere and for anything you have to wait in a very long queue. Dad doesn't know it, but what I really, really dream about is a tail that takes us back home.
A story about the refugee crisis through the eyes of a child locked up in a reception camp. Inspired by little Alan, who was found drowned on a beach in Turkey.
Laia Domènech is a Spanish illustrator. She graduated in plastic arts at the Massana School in Barcelona and participated in some individual and group exhibitions. After a few years dedicated to graphic design, she decided to take an illustration course at Llotja. She has published several illustration books for adults and children. Rita Sineiro is a Portuguese author, narrator, and reading mediator, as well as a trainer in this area. She is also a volunteer and trainer at one association that tells stories at night in pediatric hospitals in the country. Teresa Matarranz (Canredondo, Guadalajara) has a degree in philosophy and Portuguese philology.