From 1934, with the football World Cup win, to 1945, Liberation Day, an Italian square watches History passing through.
This is a story of war, exclusion, losses. And, in the end, rebirth.
A picture story of Liberation and the birth of the Italian Republic, told through the poetic gaze of a little girl.
Pierdomenico grew up in an old house with a library containing more than 20,000 volumes. A writer and journalist, his books have sold millions of copies worldwide and have been translated into over 30 languages. Today he is considered one of the greatest Italian children’s authors.
Alessandro is one of the best-known award-winning Italian illustrators. With Rizzoli he has published Fiume lento (Super Premio Andersen 2014) and Come questa pietra (2019).