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Laura Wittner

TELAM

December 7, 2019

A children's book combines poetry and illustration to investigate the ways of inhabiting the everyday.

Roberta Iannamico

INFOBAE

December 25, 2019

"What circulates prior to alphabetic reading is poetry, the first thing that comes to us from literature."

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ETERNAL CADENCE

January 13, 2020

"We want to build a bridge between our childhood and that of our children."

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THE NATION

December 6, 2019

The Super 8. A mysterious beginning, by Melina Pogorelsky (Ralenti). With illustrations by Sabina Álvarez Schürmann and Carolina Romano, it is the first volume of a children's saga by an author that I love. In this book, a group of girls become friends after discovering that their parents (who have known each other since childhood) have a secret that they carry from their youth. The story, full of humor and intrigue, takes place in a campsite closed to the public, where Las Super 8 spend their vacations. Pogorelsky's book is one of the first titles published by the new Ralenti label, founded by publishers Joana D'Alessio and Violeta Noetinger. I highly recommend it for girls and boys from 8 to 11 years old.

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April 10, 2020

With the mandatory quarantine and social isolation, access to culture is being modified and it is no longer possible to get together to enjoy a play or a book presentation. Publishers, streaming channels and different artists are opening their content for free access.

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LA NACIÓN

29 de Agosto, 2020

Cualquier verdura, de Nicolás Schuff y Gabriela Burín (Ralenti). Una edición reciente del pequeño sello de literatura infantil con poemas dedicados a arvejas, morrones, paltas, batatas, cebollas. Entre las verduras que protagonizan las historias delirantes escritas por Schuff hay una papa sabelotodo, un rabanito indeciso, una zanahoria misteriosa y una arveja inconformista que sueña con ser artista. Con humor y mucha imaginación, este libro nos demuestra que se puede hacer poesía de la buena con cualquier verdura.

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August 15, 2020

Any vegetable (Ralenti). With poetry and humor, Nicolás Schuff brings to life unusual stories starring vegetables (yes, vegetables). A vain and individualistic pea, an intellectual potato, a lying onion and an indecisive radish are some of the characters that come together in this charming illustrated book by Gabriela Burin. Ideal to convince the little ones, 6 years and up, that vegetables can also be fun.

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THE NATION

August 29, 2020

Any vegetable, by Nicolás Schuff and Gabriela Burín (Ralenti). A recent edition of the small children's literature label with poems dedicated to peas, bell peppers, avocados, sweet potatoes, onions. Among the vegetables that star in the delusional stories written by Schuff are a know-it-all potato, an indecisive radish, a mysterious carrot, and a nonconformist pea who dreams of being an artist. With humor and a lot of imagination, this book shows us that you can make good poetry with any vegetable.

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LA NACIÓN

28 de noviembre, 2020

Las Súper 8. Un verano de película, de Melina Pogorelsky y Maricel Santin (Ralenti). La segunda parte de la saga de Las Súper 8 viene recargada: con ilustraciones de Carolina Romano y Sabina Álvarez Schürmann, este volumen incorpora recursos narrativos como la historieta, fragmentos de guiones de cine y hasta recetas de cocina. Todo junto da como resultado un libro fascinante que no van a poder largar hasta el final los lectores y las lectoras que hayan disfrutado de la primera parte. Aunque, en realidad, también puede leerse "suelto" porque en las primeras páginas las autoras retoman la trama para ubicar la historia de las siete amigas (con parentescos cruzados) que se reencuentran en un camping un año después de haber descubierto un misterio que involucra a sus respectivos padres. Esta vez, las chicas se proponen filmar una película de zombis para presentar en un concurso local. Aventuras, suspenso, humor y guiños a los millenials en esta historia que pronto tendrá una tercera parte.

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LA NACIÓN

12 de diciembre, 2020

Ralenti sacó la colección Miniaturas, dirigida a niños de 0 a 4 años, con textos de Laura Wittner e ilustraciones de Clau Degliuomini y Cristian Turdera, entre otros.

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INFOBAE

12 de diciembre, 2020

“¡HOLA, ¡HOLA, DESPIERTEN, ATENCIÓN!

ESTAMOS POR TOCAR UNA CANCIÓN.”

Así comienza este libro que invita y propone una orquesta. Un libro que es parte de una iniciativa que hace posibles más libros para las personas más pequeñas. Bebés, chicos y chicas más grandes que están empezando a leer y les leen a los más pequeños.

Es un proyecto llevado a cabo por la editorial Ralenti junto a Lecturita (Club de libros infantiles). Esta iniciativa hizo posible la colección Miniaturas: cuatro hermosos títulos para leer, jugar y morder. En formato pequeño, cuadrado, en cartoné. Ideales para el disfrute autónomo de los más chiquitos.

¿Qué orquesta es esta? Es un libro que invita a tocar y a cantar. Trae reminiscencias a la felicidad que daba escuchar y mirar a la vez Pícolo, Saxo y compañía, de André Popp y Jean Broussolle, con ilustraciones de Jesús Gaban. Un libro para leer y escuchar, jugar y bailar, cantar y tocar.

La rima de cada página se acompasa con las ilustraciones expresivas de Aimar, que, a su vez, van contando una historia que se da en paralelo. Animales que se van sumando, a la par que los instrumentos. Una delicia.

Un libro muy recomendado para las personas más pequeñas de la casa, pero también la imprenta mayúscula anima a quienes se aventuren a leer solos. Belleza de libro. Si se quedan con ganas de más, hay otros tres hermosos títulos, también escritos por Laura: ¡Qué caiga un chaparrón!, ilustrado por Clau Degliuomini (que viene con una larga hoja para pintar), ¡Qué plato!, ilustrado por Federico Bonifacini y ¡Qué bien la pasamos!, ilustrado por Cristian Turdera.

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PLANETARY

December, 2019

A little poetry!

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TELAM

December 21, 2019

A sneak peek at some of the kids' news coming to release over the next year.

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BLACK RIVER

January 2, 2020

Books 2020: children's literature that is coming.

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INFOBAE

May 11, 2020

The little ones at home say: 10 books to enjoy during the fall.

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THE NATION

January 11, 2020

Jump rope at night, by Roberta Iannamico and Pablo Picyk (Ralenti). Beautiful poems by Iannamico illustrated by Picyk that sing to the night and nature. Also, to fears, imaginary monsters, ghosts, witches and magic. And something else: at the end the characters of the poems appear, which have curious names, with a minibiography. An example that I loved: "Rod and Frank are partners in a referral company. They are doing very well." Recent edition of the new children's literature label, it is one of those jewels that should not be missed. They are warned.

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KIDS MAP

December 3, 2019

Ralenti: Poetry, narrative and images
Books from Editorial Ralenti with stimulating visual proposals.

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PLANETARY

January, 2020

A lonely and quite shy girl who reads Harry Potter, has a younger sister and some complications when it comes to becoming friends.

THE NATION

August 8, 2020

The rap of cats , by Pedro Mairal and Pablo I. Elías (Ralenti). An illustrated album to read, listen and sing. On the back there is a QR code to scan and access the rap written by Mairal . In the scenes there are many cats doing cat things like sharpening their nails on the couch and gutting a pillow. Are there thousands of cats or is it just one with many personalities? To find out, you have to immerse yourself in history and rap without stopping dancing.

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PLANETARY

August, 2020

“The little radish rode a horse, wrote poetry, worked as a waiter, as a chess teacher and as a hat maker. Now he's swimming in the sea, like a fish. "Are you nuts?" –Asks a cauliflower ”. Thus begins “El rabanito indeciso”, one of the illustrated poems of Any Vegetable, a journey through hilarious stories of tubers and vegetables. With text by Nicolás Schuff and illustrations by Gabriela Burin, in its pages readers will find out what the mysterious carrot does all day, why the pea complains and what the know-it-all potato thinks of many things.

INFOBAE

August 12, 2020

Because if something happens in the kitchen, it is any vegetable. What a joy humor turned into poetry. What can be the mystery carrot? Can you imagine a pretentious pea or a know-it-all potato?

They are any vegetable to kill yourself with laughter, which also leave you thinking about some existential questions such as not knowing what to do with your life, even if you are a radish, or having a desire for hegemonic beauty, even if you are a pea. Irony, humor, bad humor, some anger, nonconformity, complaints and other herbs make a salad, or it could also be a stew. (Follow...)

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