"In my opinion, the entire literature lives in childhood, there it lies its maximum potential."
David Wapner is a poet, narrator, musician and puppeteer. Since the end of the eighties, he has published about twenty books, many of which oriented to children. His short stories and poems are included in anthologies of Argentina and Spain. He worked for several literary media outlets oriented to children, and translated into Spanish works by T. S. Eliot, by Heinrich Hoffman and by the Grimm Brothers. Since 1998 he lives in Israel accompanied by his wife, the plastic artist Ana Camusso.