with Joana Barrios
All children’s parents, aunts and uncles, grandparents and friends have already read to them aloud. If we add all of these minutes together, we may even find that we have already read them a good few hours of text, expressed in this way as if it were one long thread. Letters after letters form words to which each person gives their own rhythm and sound. As we’re all different, each of us reads in our own way and, even if we’re not reading, we listen. This cycle is therefore dedicated to those who like to read and to listen to good stories. And, of course, we end with a conversation and a snack that is made of letters (although it won’t be a chicken soup).