Warm Fuzzy Tale

by Cinzia Chiesa, Claude Steiner
illustrated by Antongionata Ferrari

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Realized in partnership with the Centre of Psychology and Transactional Analysis in Milan. A metaphor of the human need to touch and recognize, written in 1969 by the psychologist Claude Steiner. The children are the protagonists of this fairytale: since they were born, they stay with a warm fuzzy; these strange beings create a warm atmosphere that makes people happy, but an evil witch spoils this ideal situation.
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