THE TRIANGLE OF BAD INTENTIONS
14x21cm | 64 pág | R$27
Library Itaú 2013
Aesop, the famous fabulist, watches a fable unfolding in front of his eyes: an old greedy fox, an ambitious young fox, and a covered vulture are the protagonists of this adventure full of tricks, where each one tries to take advantage and possess the fortune. At the end, Aesop has difficulty defining the moral of the story.
Marco Túlio Costa has already won a Jabuti prize for best children’s book with Fables of Distant Love.