La Feria del Libro Infantil y Juvenil de Buenos Aires, es organizada por la Fundación El Libro como un aporte para la formación cultural y educativa de niños y jóvenes, incentivando su relación temprana con los libros en un ambiente de alegría y entretenimiento.
 
Nuestra propuesta resultó ganadora en el concurso de la imagen creativa para la 25ª Feria del Libro Infantil y Juvenil. Tuvo tan buena acogida entre el público que se usó para las siguientes campañas de promoción de la lectura incluyendo las piezas usadas en librerías argentinas para el día del niño y las fiestas de fin de año.

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