Children

Discover our guide books in comic strip format. The best way to learn history, also for children.

  • The Colosseum and the Circus Maximus 14.00

    Rome’s Box is the name of a series of books that the publishing house Vision has conceived to popularize the city’s heritage amongst children and lead them to a fascinating approach to Rome’s history throughout ages.

    The project has been inspired by the texts of the writer Óscar Martínez García and from an original idea of the artist María Ángeles Vila who shares her creative talents in laboratories dedicated to childrean through an exciting educational process, where various techniques, materials and supporting media are experimented.

    In this second tale of the series, it’s the Colosseum that tells his more than 2000 years old story.

     

    Format: cm 19,5×19,5

    Pages: 30

    Text: Óscar Martínez García

    Illustrations: María Ángeles Vila

    Graphic project: Carla Ladau

  • The Roman She-Wolf 14.00

    Rome’s Box is the name of a series of books that the publishing house Vision has conceived to popularize the city’s heritage amongst children and lead them to a fascinating approach to Rome’s history throughout ages.

    The project has been inspired by the texts of the writer Óscar Martínez García and from an original idea of the artist María Ángeles Vila who shares her creative talents in laboratories dedicated to childrean through an exciting educational process, where various techniques, materials and supporting media are experimented.

    The first story is told by LUPERCA, the Capitoline she-wolf who played a key role in the birth of the Eternal City.

     

    Format: cm 19,5×19,5

    Pages: 30

    Text: Óscar Martínez García

    Illustrations: María Ángeles Vila

    Graphic project: Carla Ladau

  • Pompeii Comic Strip 14.00

    Pictures and story by Maurilio Tavormina

    Format: cm 24 x 17
    Pages: 64
    Reconstructions: 7


  • Ancient Rome Comic Strip by: Maurilio Tavormina, Federico Schneider 16.00

    by Maurilio Tavormina

    Comic book illustrator and story board author. Designer of graphic Logos; collaborator with Bulgarini-Florence and Bonacci-Rome publishing houses

    by Federico Schneider

    Managing Director of Vision S.r.l. publishing house and creator of the “VisionKids” comic book series

    Format: cm 24 x 17

    Pages: 88

    Reconstructions: 12


  • Time travellers. Hidden Rome Comic Strip by: Maurilio Tavormina 5.00

    Pictures and story by Maurilio Tavormina

    Format: cm 16 x 23

    Pages: 32

    Reconstructions: 5


  • Hidden Rome coloring book (in italian) by: Maurilio Tavormina 4.00

    Pictures and story by Maurilio Tavormina

    Format: cm 16 x 23
    Pages: 32
    Reconstructions: 4

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