Lucy is a curious and joyful girl. Alongside her faithful friend Lulo, her magic rabbit, what seemed to be a simple trip to grandma’s house will become a unique adventure, a journey of perseverance to find her own answers. Will Lucy solve the mystery of why the moon is following them?
The debut book of illustrator Maria Escobedo creates a world full of tenderness and magic, with an amazing story and exceptional art. The innocence of her stories and illustrations make this an indispensable book for the enjoyment of our children.
“I bought this book for my kid, he is 3 years old. From day one he has been using it non stop. He loves it. The illustrations are really well made. The colors are nice and the story is easy to understand. I really want to see more books like this one. Totally recommended.” – Amazon Reviewer
About the Author
I hold a B.A. degree in Digital Animation from Véritas University and I´m the author of the children’s book “Why is the moon following us?”. I have participated in several drawing/picture/illustration exhibitions in Costa Rica. At this time, I am in Japan, improving my professional experience and developing a completely new style of illustration through tactile exploration and exposure to new styles and cultures. One of my most important projects to date is an interactive app called “Why is the moon following us?”, which was, at first, my graduation project at Véritas University in Costa Rica. Completing the project took about a full year of research in terms of educational and aesthetic aspects. This app is an educational game for tablets that combines elements of children’s illustration, animation and interactivity. Considering my experiences with this initial project, which included intense exploration and firsthand contact with some of the most important illustrators of the country, I decided to recreate this graduation project in a book that gives children the opportunity to learn while they have fun playing. This is how the adventure begins of creating the children’s book “Why is the moon following us?”.