The Boy Who Lived a War

Elvira Cordero Bonal

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The Boy Who Lived a War is inspired by the injustices that millions of children have to endure because of the war conflicts that ravage so many countries and destroy innocent families. Elvira Cordero Bonal softens and sweetens the crudeness of this reality with a story full of magic, hope and surprises, a story whose protagonists fight to the end to get ahead.

ISBN: 978-84-12011-86-9
GÉNERO: Novela
TAMAÑO: 15 x 21 cm.

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Elvira Cordero Bonal

Humorist, singer, composer, actress, figurine and writer born in Seville. Diploma in music therapy in 1994 at the Centro de Estudios naturistas de Barcelona. She has studied singing and solfa at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Sevilla and has been trained in theatrical production and performing. She has participated as a comedian in several television programs presented by Juan y Medio, Concha Velasco or Bibiana Fernández, and others like Los locos de la cocina, in Tele Sevilla, and Hoy es tu día, on Canal Sur. She participated in In the morning, RTVE program presented by Jesús Hermida. She has acted as a soprano and soloist in
polyphonic corals with the Lyric Company of Andalusia. She has appeared as a casting actress in television series as a Guardian Pharmacy or Looking for Carmen. She worked as an actress in the Torre del Oro amateur theatre group in 1987. In 1998, she worked as a figure in the opera La Bohème for the Teatro de la Maestranza. She participated from 1999 to 2002 in Onda San Pablo in Seville with the character of Doctor Pitu. In 1988 she was awarded the Art Prize with the Pimentel statuette in 7.° Festival de Humor Andaluz by the Una María Nerviosa sketch. The following year, she received the Banalmádena award at the Festival de Humor Andaluz. She has written books of poetry, short plays, sainetes, monologues and children’s stories. She has also composed boleros, coplas, sevillanas, processional marches as Queen of Angels and chapel music as Christ of thirst. Currently she has her own channel on Youtube (Sirena de la copla).