Barcelona, Spain – May 25, 2018 – Conscious Art is a trend that begins to make its way into the routines of the society. Its language is based on the conscious search to directly impact the heart of those who observe, listen, read or enjoy art. And the creation of that “Conscious Art” is increasingly wide-spreading, even reaching children’s literature.
Marta (Madhú) Lasheras offers in her new bilingual book “Lolita and Chaplin Secrets” a short story with a universal message based on culture, art, friendship and which, moreover, is uniquely illustrated by Francisca as if it’s from watercolors. In short, this book touches the heart from the first word.
Two main characters, Lolita and Chaplin, will launch the adventure proposed by the sirens to discover and illuminate a magical journey. With vestiges of the magic of the work universally known, The Little Prince, the adventures and missions of these characters will not leave their readers indifferently
The trip, located in Chilean stages, meets all the requirements to make it a success among the little ones. An artistic setting represented by the spaces of the Zen Gallery of Elqui Valley, an exception guide represented by a teacher who will give you the keys to achieve your mission, mythological creatures such as fairies or unicorns all to make the story attractive to the most small, the target audience of this new project of the Catalan.
“The children speak a magical language, based precisely on the imagination, but that entails a series of messages of tolerance that it is always good to keep encouraging. Entering those little readers in a fantasy world where the simple always ends up being the most important, without the distortions of reality, is vital for their cognitive development. In addition, being able to approach the message in two languages will help them to understand even better that the language is universal,” says the author, who knows this type of project firsthand thanks to having worked for years in the world of advertising and cinematography production.
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And so, based on that knowledge, it accompanies those who approach the story through descriptions and almost animated images, where the messages that are recorded cannot be more necessary. Respect for animals, for people and for the environment sneaks into the words of its history.
About the author
Marta (Madhu) Lasheras was born in Barcelona. She studied communications and majored in advertising in the United States. She worked for twelve years in the advertising and film production industries in Barcelona and Santiago de Chile. She is an avid yoga practitioner who has studied around the world.