Every day, the strongest man in the world has to face limitations imposed by his age and height. People confuse him with his aunt on the telephone, he has to take the stairs to his apartment, because he can’t reach the button for the elevator. He gets sick in the car, broccoli terrorizes him, and he hates to have his hair cut. None of this makes him feel less like the strongest man in the world, nor does it diminish his drive to be the bravest fireman of all times.
by Trill & Roser Rimbau
Takatuka | hc | 32 pp | 210 x 210 mm | 2015 | 4+
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[original title: Quan l`home més fort del món agafa el teléfon]