What would it be like if there were no death in the world at all?
This story elaborates the notion of death with a funny and straightforward narration.
Ribou, a tiny frog, sees his favorite uncle get eaten by a giant snake, which makes Ribou
ask (from no one in particular),” Why must anyone ever have to die?” Ribou starts to find
answers to his question. He realizes this is all because of the circle of life. so he rubs it
out but this adds to his problems since no one dies after that. The book explains why we
die and what happens if we don’t.
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"Alongside being a hard-working teacher, Roser Matas Nadal is keenly involved with children's book illustrations. To this end, she pursued a major in illustration at Olot, Barcelona, and later at the University of Art in London. She has published around a dozen children's books, some as an author and others as an illustrator."