YOU CAN CALL ME DODÔ
DANIELLA MICHELIN and ELISA CARARETO
14x21 cm | 208 pages| R$76
Coexistence, harmony, respect, existence and resistance are central themes of the book You can call me Dodô, written by Daniella Michelin and illustrated by Elisa Carareto. Haroldo, a worm, who when interacting with other animals in the garden, brings to light issues such as friendship and respect, mixing a harmonious field with an inside-out view of the garden of a house inhabited by some strange animals, among them the wild animal. balancer (human). Humans, who hold power and exercise it for their own benefit, do not see other beings in that universe. The invisibility and the political and social relations of micro and macro powers are interspersed in the maxim of coexistence and coexistence between different beings in a common territory.