Ada Lovelace: the world’s first computer programmer

Isabel Sánchez Vegara, Ada Lovelace. Illustrated by Zafouko Yamamoto Published 2018 by Frances Lincoln Children’s Books, 32p   Ada Lovelace is another delightful biography in the Little People Big, Dreams series (I have already told you about the ones presenting the lives of Coco Chanel, Frida Kahlo, Marie Curie), a collection about inspiring personalities with… Continue reading Ada Lovelace: the world’s first computer programmer

The Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse: Eric Carle’s tribute to Franz Marc

Eric Carle, The Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse Published 2011 by Philomel Books, An Imprint of Penguin Group, 32p     Franz Marc was a representative figure of the German Expressionism. Because he liked to paint animals in unusual colours, sometimes unrealistic, the traditionalists often criticised his work; the Nazis considered him a degenerate… Continue reading The Artist Who Painted A Blue Horse: Eric Carle’s tribute to Franz Marc