Two groups of people live separated by a barbed-wire fence. One group has plenty of water and the other has plenty of bread, but they have difficulty sharing their resources with each other. What happens when a third group arrives that has neither?
Created with the support of Amnesty International Spain and Amnesty International Italy.
Luis Amavisca is a well-known visual artist and writer for kids in Spain. He has worked and written about equality, solidarity, the environment, and nonviolence. He has published several books including Princess Li and Bang Bang I Hurt the Moon.
Raúl Nieto Guridi is a graphic designer and illustrator. Well known in Spain and across the whole of Europe, in the United States he has had success with The Day I Became a Bird and The Last Tree. He has written more than sixty books, many of them translated and published in the United States, Canada, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Lebanon, and more.