- Author: Florencia Esses y Graciela Repún
- Reader: Isabel Delgadillo-Romo
- Date: 3/4/12
This book has an interesting perspective on the possible and impossible by challenging the notion of what is and what could be in the question and answer format of the book. A seemingly odd question is proposed and the figures in the upcoming pages wither negate or affirm an answer. Translation of the text to English would be suitable. One of the aspects that makes the book charming is that it would be a great conversation starter to allow parents and teachers to introduce the alternative thinkers of the 20th Century and the traditionalists of the past. Another interesting aspects of the book is that although the people portrayed in the left side pages are figures that deal with the logical response of “No,” to the fanciful question proposed and the figures on the right affirm its possibility, neither is right or wrong, rather it allows the reader to consider the logic and the possibility using imagination, ingenuity or challenging the status-quo to make the impossible possible.