Milo is accustomed to living without music. He’s never heard it. In fact, he doesn’t know exactly what it is. He only knows what he has been told. In the village where Milo lives, the music was turned off long ago but it unexpectedly returns. This work from Mattiangeli and Felicita shows us that a disability does not have to be a barrier.
Milo está acostumbrado a vivir sin música. Nunca la ha oído. De hecho, no sabe exactamente lo que es. Solo sabe lo que le han contado. En el pueblo de Milo la música se apagó hace tiempo, pero volverá de la mano del menos esperado. Con esta preciosa obra, Susanna Mattiangeli y Felicita Sala nos demuestran que una discapacidad no tiene por qué ser una barrera.
About the Author
Susanna Mattiangeli received a degree in Art History but has worked in theater and collaborated in the development of stop-motion animation. She currently holds workshops with children on drawing, crafts, and narrative techniques.Felicita Sala received a degree in European languages and philosophy. She is also the illustrator of La Celestina and David Copperfield.