Dan brown, the author of the bestseller ‘Da Vinci Code’, has debuted in the literature child with ‘The symphony of animals’, an illustrated album that unites reading and music and that reaches Spanish bookstores thanks to Planeta.
This work, which has had a simultaneous worldwide launch in different countries, includes classical music for children composed by the author himself.
‘The Symphony of Animals’, illustrated by Susan Batori, is a narrative in which Master Mouse, always baton in hand, guides the adventures of a group of friendsfrom cheetahs and kangaroos to elephants and blue whales.
The book addresses topics such as compassion, patience, respect, or self-confidence. The story combines endearing animals with riddles, clues and riddles hidden between the pages. Dan Brown has been inspired by classic children’s works such as ‘Peter and the Wolf’ and illustrated stories from his childhood.