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Mario and the aliens

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Mario is a computer fanatic who spends day and night in front of the screen. Suddenly he hears a commotion coming from the garden and discovers that aliens have landed on our planet – and right in his house! – attracted by what they heard about the fantastic games that children play on Earth.
At first Mario shows them his beloved video games, but the aliens are tired of computers and electronics, they want to learn about traditional toys! Thanks to them, the protagonist rediscovers the games he had put aside, such as the bicycle and the ball, and realizes how fun they are. Satisfied at having discovered the secrets of Earth's children, the aliens return to their planet, while Mario finally rediscovers the pleasure of being outdoors.

A very timely fairy tale that communicates a positive message: the importance of having fun in company and playing with real and not virtual things!

Three strange creatures land in Mario's garden, and he will rediscover the pleasure of having fun with traditional games!

Reasons of interest:

  • Nice and imaginative characters, made even more extraordinary by the wonderful and colorful illustrations of an original Vietnamese artist.
  • A very current fairy tale, which helps children rediscover the importance of playing outdoors: an invitation to dust off traditional toys.
  • Size: 23.5 × 34.6 cm
  • 40 pages
  • 4 color printing
  • Hardcover
  • ISBN 978 2 88935 162 6

Carolina Zanotti, journalist specializing in music and theatre, collaborates with magazines in the entertainment sector and has written various children's stories. For NuiNui he created Giacomo the monster hunter, Camilla the plump princess, Hide... monsters!!, Nasù. Ugly Ugly Beautiful Beautiful and Puntino, Earth and The Wall with Giancarlo Macrì.

Tamypu is an illustrator, art editor, graphic designer and author of fairy tales and comics. After graduating in Interior Design at the University of Architecture in Ho Chi Minh City and a Master of Arts in Sequential Design and Illustration at the University of Brighton, he worked for the Nha Nam Publishing House and for various other publishing houses, magazines and companies, creating about fifteen books for children and adults. With NuiNui he published Nada and the magic fruit.

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