Raimundo im Land Tatipirún
A story from Brazil
Translated from Brazilian Portuguese by Inés Koebel. Illustrated by Roger Mello
Nagel & Kimche, Zürich, 1996
out of print
ages 10 and up
Raimundo isn't like the other children. His right eye is black, his left eye blue. Everyone makes fun of him. Until one day he discovers the land of the Tatipirún, where all the inhabitants look like him. A story about the power of fantasy and the courage to be different.
Original: »A terra dos meninos pelados« © by Heloisa Ramos