TocToc is a very unusual armadillo; he has the tail of a reptile, the ears of a mule and a shell as hard and resistant as a rock. As well, he’s a scaredy cat, or he was, until he ends up at the beach with Arruga and Maia, a pair of tortoises. This book shows the advantages of persistence.
About the Author:
Virginia P. Ogalla
Virginia Pineda Ogalla. After getting her degree in Fine Arts, specializing in Graphic Design, Virginia’s curiousity in joining art, personal growth and social involvement led her to get her Master’s degree in Therapeutic Arts and Art Applications for Dialogue and Social Integration. Since then she has begun developing several projects with different groups that are on the fringes of society or at risk of exclusion. While illustrating the book “Siete cuentos. Viaja por tus emociones”, by Maria del Carmen Maestre Montes, she discovered the pleasure of evoking stories and narrating through drawings. Since then, she has dedicated as much time as possible to this field, bringing the sincerity and enthusiasm that it deserves. Therefore, her profesional career is a dance between graphic design, illustration, and social intervention through art. For her, drawing is an inherent necessity of life, so much so that when she ignores it, rather than becoming silent she returns stronger and more aware than ever.