Each one of us, at a point in our lives, are scared of something. Most of these fears are created unconsciously and are baseless. As we grow older, these fears change or turn into new fears. This process is a natural process and feeling scared is a natural feeling as well. The little boy of this story is talking about his fears and how he used to be scared of other things which are no longer scary to him. What is important is not letting fear stop us from living our lives or doing what we love. You know what they say: “Be afraid and do it anyway!”
Ghazal Mousavi was born in 1982 in a family of booklovers. She used to love listening to the books her mom read to her as a child. After going to school, though, she was the one reading books to her mom and others! Reading those books helped her become an adventurous person who was eager to try new things all the time. She has worked in industrial design, interior design, graphics, art MBA and even copywriting, linguistics, teaching and writing educational and non-educational books. She now works in a publication and writes children’s books in her spare time, in hopes of inspiring children all over the world to live life to its fullest
Tel Coelho is a Brazilian self-taught artist who embarked on the magical world of illustrations at the end of his adolescence. Today he has his public illustrations in national and international books and magazines. He is also a partner at Giz de Cera Studio of illustration, which has provided services to the major publishers in Brazil. In his spare time, he also ventures to write his own projects. He believes that imagination is an infinite world of possibilities and it is there that he dives to extract his inspirations.