A Mouse lays down on the grass on a bright sunny day. The quiet of this moment is interrupted by a series of animals and insects, all asking her to move. It seems there is no place for her.
Suddenly, a bird with a broken wing cries for help. The Mouse helps him, and the two become friends, and the little Bird will be the one who teaches the Mouse to stand for her rights.
A story for all ages about empathy, generosity, the need to respect others, and defend our space.
Because there is room for everyone!
Marco Pirotta is an engineer living in Genoa. His strong passion for reading always accompanied him. Thanks to Silvia, he discovered picture books, and this is his first text for children.
Silvia Venturi is an Italian illustrator, founder with other colleagues of Studio Rebigo in Genova. She got a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Art at the Academy of Fine Art in Urbino and a Master in Illustration at the ISIA of Urbino. She works with agencies, publishers, and brands in Italy. She loves mice, and she draws them all the time.