Book “The boy with dancing eyes” by Sandra Ramos released in Faro

Book talks about hyperactivity and inclusion

The book “O Meno de Olhos Bailarinos”, the first children's work by Farense writer Sandra Ramos, which explores the theme of inclusion, will be presented on October 6th, at 18pm, at Quinta da Fantasia, in Faro.

The event, aimed at adults and children, «intends to present this story, which addresses the topic of hyperactivity, as well as the inclusion of children with special physical or mental conditions in schools».

«The narrative tells us about a boy whose eyes like to explore everything that surrounds him and who has a strong connection to music. It is also a story about love, unconditional love and what we nourish on a daily basis», according to publisher Epopeia Books.

Present at this session will be the author, Luís Caracinha representing Epopeia Books, Patrícia Palma, who wrote a note on the topic of hyperactivity, and Jorge Leitão, director of AAPACDM, who will present the book.

The session is free to access, but requires confirmation of attendance by October 4th, via email