Content : During rehearsals for the singing show, Professor Sebastian criticizes Diego's voice. Yet like his friends, Lupita, Ruben and Itzel, the boy sings with all his heart! What if Sebastian's reproaches had nothing to do with Diego and the way he sang?
To understand this, Diego will use one of the principles of his ancestors, the Toltecs: "do not take things personally".
A series of short philosophical novels adapted to children from 6/7 year-old that are proud to read!
The 4 principles of Toltec wisdom help to live in harmony with oneself and others. They are particularly suitable for questioning of children that age.
The series portrays the Toltec principles in modern, benevolent stories, told in several chapters so that children can take breaks and reading becomes easier.
In each volume, a character experiences a destabilizing situation in his daily life. With humor and gentleness, he is guided by the village shaman to find the solution to his problem.
The bonus pages at the end of the books are an opportunity to recall the four Toltec principles and to apply the principle seen in the story in games and activities.