Publications of students

Publications of students
An original formula and a constant commitment have made Ars in Fabula Master an avant-garde course in the international sphere in the artistic and professional training for the publishing. In recent years the Master has given many results with several dozen of published books; a success also confirmed by the continuation of all partnerships between our graduates and their publishers after their debut book. With a hint of pride we like saying that ... our history is written in your books.









Il brutto anatroccolo

It was 1843 when Hans Christian Andersen wrote one of his most famous stories: “The Ugly Duckling”. Today this story about growth and emancipation is narrated once more by the bright tables of the Master graduate Veronica Ruffato in her first book published by the publishing house ZOOlibri.

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Pollicina

Pollicina” is one of the first fairy tales written by Hans Christian Andersen in the distant 1835. The adventures of the little child, as tall as a thumb, are today renarrated by the tables of the Master graduate Elena Ceccato in her first book, published by the publishing house Carthusia. 

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CHANGEONS!

“Un livre qui ouvre la porte des questions” or, in italian, “Un libro che apre la porta delle domande” are among the few words that appear in the silent book by Francesco Giustozzi, published in 2017 by the French publishing house La Joie de Lire.

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Chi trova una volpe trova un tesoro

Previously published in 2005 in the collection “Nazar il prode e altre fiabe armene”, this fairy tale lights up in a new edition published by Sinnos, thanks to the colourful illustrations of the Master student Teresa Manferrari.

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Une somme de souvenirs

An old english man, during a market of secondhand goods, decides to sell the most unusual good of all: his memories.Published in 2017 by the french publishing house Éditions Notari and written by Thomas Scotto, it is the first illustrated book by the Master graduate Annaviola Faresin.

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Paul et Virginie

A classic of the international literature, this novel by Jacques-Henri Bernardin de Saint-Pierre was written in 1787. Today Eli, a publishing house specialised in teaching foreign languages offers a new edition adapted to didactics, enriched by the delicate illustrations made by the Master graduate Pia Taccone.

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