Impressions from FIL

Day two of FIL meant more interviews for Kitty Crowther. We also had a chance to meet with Eliana Pasaran from Fondo de Cultura Economica who showed the latest picture books from Mexico, Chile and Argentina. Several had participated in the picture book competition A la Orilla del Viento, such as Quénino más Lento! by Lucía Serreno and Irupé y Yaguareté by Mariana Ruiz Johnson.

The interviews continued …

… as well as impromptu signings:

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