If apples had teeth what would happen? They would bite back, of course! And if pickles were tickled? They would never be sour. If you open this book, you will also find out what would happen if turtles were chickens, if mushrooms had hair, and many other IF’s. Published for the first time in 1960,  this was Shirley and Milton Glaser’s first children’s book together and is now recovered by Bruaá in an edition that will be published not only in Portugal, but also in Spain, France, Italy, U.S.A and China.

Represented and distributed in Portugal by Bruaá, Redstone Press are the publishers of surprising books and games. From Soviet graphic arts to psychological tests to their iconic diary with a different theme each year- each subject is explored in an original and imaginative way. We hope you enjoy looking around! Visit the Redstone Press page.

Here are the most recent foreign editions of our books: A Casa que Voou in Korean, A Rainhas das Rãs in Chinese and Tu Vês o que eu vejo? in Italian. Ten more in preparation. Stay tuned.

After getting the FNLIJ 2016 Highly Recommendable mention in the translation/adaptation category, “A rainha das rãs não pode molhar os pés”, by Davide Cali and Marco Somà, was now selected by Crescer Magazine as one of the best books published in Brazil in 2016

Dear friends, it’s with great joy that we share with your these great news: Violeta Lópiz has just won the 2016 Ilustrarte edition with the illustrations made for Friends from the Heart (Amigos do Peito), with Claudio Thebas’s text. Congratulations, Violeta.
The jury, Serge Bloch (french illustrator), Juanjo Oller (spanish, illustrator and publisher), Johanna Benz (german illustrator, winner of Ilustrarte 2014) and Joana Astolfi (portuguese architect and designer), dalso awarded three special mentions were awarded to the works of Ingrid Godon (Belgium), Jesus Cisneros (Spain) and Claudia Palmarucci (Italy). Find here all the 50 selected illustrators.

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Born and raised at the Almanaque magazine’s office, this amusement happens when Alexandre O’Neill, standing before the precious “treasure box” of designer Sebastião Rodrigues, opened his ear to the embarrassed silence of those typographic elements and started recording its voices.