Texto por María BautistaTraducción por Dani Moore
Ilustración por Raquel Blázquez
In the African village where Moussa lived, there was a very big problem. In reality, as it was a very poor village, there were many problems, but one was bigger than the rest. The kids had forgotten how to dream.
And although this was a very big problem, nobody seemed to care too much. In the end, dreams were only dreams. They did not feed, quench thirst, protect the house nor keep it clean. Dreams, for all the kids in this village, were something impractical and useless.