Mimì and Minù look at the sky and discover that the clouds are the people who are no longer there: when they die their mind, which is thin like air, goes to the sky. That's why clouds often have such a familiar shape! Mimi and Minù recognize their grandfather, the old aunt and even Garibaldi and Napoleon. The space up there is immense and it must be fantastic to float in the air lightly among the swallows. A light and delicate story on an intimate, difficult but also so natural theme, like death.
Eloisa Guarracino (Author), Daniela Spoto (Illustrator)