Fabio flies through the streets of Bogotá on his bicycle, the children of his neighborhood trailing behind him. It is there that life feels right—where the world of adults, and their lies, fades away. But then one day, he simply forgets. Forgets how to ride his bicycle. And Fabio will never be the same again.
From Colombia comes a special debut talent, Alejandra Algorta, and a first novel of discovery and heartbreak. Algorta’s distinct and poetic prose has been translated by award-winning author Aida Salazar, and presented in English and Spanish.
Aida Salazar is the author of the verse novels The Moon Within, winner of the International Latino Book Award, and Land of the Cranes, winner of a NCTE Charlotte Huck Award Honor. She is a founding member of Las Musas. She lives with her family of artists in a teal house in Oakland, CA. Neverforgotten is her first book of translation.
Iván Rickenmann is a painter and professor from Bogotá, who has exhibited his work worldwide. He is particularly interested in abandoned spaces that allow you to witness the passage of time. This is his first book for children.