After a year of community service in contact with disabled people, the author makes some reflections on the theme of fairytale, where the protagonists are always perfect and far from reality. In this courageous book, the author presents some of the most popular fairy tales, where the protagonists are "disabled" or "disadvantaged persons". We must not be afraid of the other, but on the contrary, we should understand and respect it. This book is suitable for an adult audience that a public school children.
-If they are for us the "different", "different" we are for them. -Matthew C.
Celon Matteo was born in Monselice (PD) in 1988.
He completed his studies as firefighting and then start a different academic, which led him to attend the Faculty of psychology of Padua.
After being operated on for cancer in 2011, now seeks new studies in the field of nursing.
In 2014 the National Civil Service at the ULSS 17 di Monselice, intense experience that puts you in direct contact with a difficult because sad reality, made by disabled persons, former alcoholics and former toxic employees. Remains fascinated by this world, and composed his first opera "there is no place for us".
Also performs voluntary work at the civil protection of Agna (PD) and Ready, where volunteer Conselve plays welfare type/rescuer.
At this time he devoted himself to the writing of his biography as well as the writing of her first novel, titled "The red dress".