Do you know how long it takes to ruin someone’s life? Two seconds. Exactly what it takes to share a picture on Whatsapp. You know it, you have been given many talks about cyberbullying in highschool, it would never happen to you, of course you would never share a compromising pic with others, we are so annoying, right? But that was exactly what Glauca thought. What could happen if she sent a spicy pic to her boyfriend Sergio, if he loved her so much?For sure he wouldn’t share it with anyone else, he promised it was just for him…What she didn’t know was that Sergio would send it to Andrea. And Andrea, who hated Glauca with all her soul, would share it with more people and upload it to the internet and social networks just for the fun of making her suffer. And you know that whatever enters the internet is not yours anymore. But Andrea didn’t count on one thing: when Glauca was about to throw the towel, feeling her life wasn’t worth living with all the shame, someone wouldn’t stop fighting for her…and would offer her a blue umbrella. MARKETING POINTS 1. In a society which lives hooked on mobile phones, “Bajo el paraguas azul” is a must-read for teenagers, parents and teachers, as it portraits the dangers of sharing pictures or personal information with others and the consecuences of it. 2. “Bajo el paraguas azul” is used as a resource for teaching about bullying and cyberbullying in Spain by police and non- profit organizations working to concienciate the Youth about the dangers of the incorrect use of new technologies. 3. By reading “Bajo el paraguas azul”, students won’t find themselves submerged into a boring school-purpose written story, but instead they will find a fast-reading, page turning novel which they won’t be able to leave, as it has been said by the thousands of readers it has already had in Spain in highschools. 4. In this novel readers won’t find a lecture about what they shouldn’t do, instead of that, they will see what happens when someone has already comited a mistake and what happens since that moment, allowing them to start a debate about the way they would have done things, and the best solutions they could find to the diferent problems that arise through the story. 5. The style of the writing is fresh, funny when it needs to be so and serious and dramatic when the lead asks for it. When reading they will find their feelings aflorate in an emotional rollercoaster, the same Glauca, the main character is living through the pages. 6. The characters are down-to-Earth, very reallistic (they are based in real-life people and their experiences), and this fact make readers identify with them, empathise with their emotions, feel they could be Glauca, or Alberto, or any of the other characters that we get to know through the pages. And this is the real success of the book: to make anyone think it could happen to them or to someone they love.