Fiabe Dritte Per Un Mondo Storto (Straight Tales For A Crooked World)

Vecchiasso and Puerino are two very different cities. In the first one there are only adults, in the second one only children. In the first city there are only problems, in the second city only smiles.

Alice, an adult from Vecchiasso, walks toward Puerino to ask for life advice: «How can I be happier?».

Will the children be able to explain to the adults the reasons of their crisis? Will the fairy tales be able to create a moment of reflection or the world will be supposed to corrupt even more? Will the children be able to make adults dream again?

N. Crippa, Edizioni Leucotea