Monday, April 19, 2010

Whatfood Makes Your Voice Sweet

Four chat with ... Friendship Without Borders

Sunday Luciani (writer for boys)

Monday, April 19, 2010 - h. 11

"Friendship without frontiers"
Submitted by Fernando Rotondo (Professor of Literature for Children)
Hall Theatre Institute-San Giorgio

& Andrea Andrea is a book on Sunday and Roberto Luciani Luciani. It is an epistolary novel: the whole story is told in first person by the two protagonists, through their letters. Sunday Andrea wrote letters of Cologne, those of Robert Andrew of Florence. The correspondence covers a period of thirty months. The letters of the two boys more than tell a story, or rather two stories are intertwined, there are differences of life and lifestyle among their peers who live in different countries.

Sunday Luciani, born in Florence is an Italian writer of children's books. She holds a degree in Italian literature in addition to writing and also works as a translator from German texts of literature for children and teaches letters in high school, His work is primarily aimed at an audience of readers aged 10 to 14 years, although some of his works as "What will become of Ambrogino sbrodolone? the target age is lower. He won three times Bancarellino Prize in 1997 with "Secret Cinema" in 2000 with "Holiday in the cemetery and in 2003 with" stuff out of this world. "


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