Just start doing the things that are difficult to tackle
and all fears will disappear instantaneously.
Jane is a little girl who believes she is not good enough to
do difficult things. One day she sees an ant lifting a crumb
of a croissant which seems too heavy for the ant to carry. So
she notices that although some things look challenging to
do, they may be worth a try. This story teaches bravery and
encourages children to try different things that they love and
gain new experiences.
"During her childhood in Spain, Clara Matas Nadal loved natural sciences; accordingly, it could have never crossed her imagination that one day she would be writing children's stories. But then, she came across a Gianni Rodani book and his ingenuity demonstrated the importance of teaching children through stories."
"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."