Girls and boys think in a different way
For more than 50 years, Frato has been trying to represent what little boys and girls think, making it visible in his characters, in his cartoons.
This book does not claim to reveal what they think, but it builds on it, and because of this, each chapter opens with the words of a little girl or boy.
Simply as an example, as a stimulus for adult readers to learn to listen to their children, grandchildren or students, and for young readers to find the strength to put aside fear to express what they think, even if it is strange, different, provocative.
This book collects the cartoons drawn by Frato and published in magazines in Italy, Spain and other countries in this second millennium, from 2000 to the present.
As always, his intention is to highlight through irony and satire the different aspects of development, family, school and city, and the daily lives of girls and boys.