Translated into twenty-two languages and edited every year with a different theme, these diaries gather several quotes, ideas, and thoughts from the author’s Books. Published since 2005, the editions are beautifully illustrated by Colombian artist Catalina Estrada.
Published in five editions, The Magical Moment is an original collection of Paulo Coelho’s best tweets, delicately illustrated by Korean artist Joong Hwan Hwangm.
Always based on a theme or concrete concept, Love and Life are some of the books regularly published that rather Paulo Coelho’s most inspiring written and share quotes.
The Love editions is illustrated by Colombian artist Catalina Estrada and Life was done by Norwegian Anne Kristin Hagesæther, giving these titles a unique character and value.
Love Letters of a Prophet (by Kahlil Gibran)
The great challenge lies in discovering our unique self, asking ourselves questions, and trying to search for answers. Kahlil Gibran, with his work, has helped those searching for answers and enjoying the adventure of self-discovery. However, where Kahlil Gibran’s goodness of his soul is revealed is in his letters to Maria Haskell, the love of his life.
To discover the man behind The Prophet, Paulo Coelho has compiled, translated, and adapted part of this intimate correspondence.
The Supreme Gift (by Henry Drummond)
At the end of the nineteenth century, the young missionary Henry Drummond had to replace a famous priest. Although at first he wasn’t able to convince his parishioners, he soon captured their attention with the analysis of the words of Paul the apostle. His sermon, The Greatest Thing in the World, has become a classic and is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful texts ever written about love. The Supreme Gift is a translation and free adaptation by Paulo Coelho based on the original work by Henry Drummond.
The Way of the Bow
Paulo Coelho’s poetic and inspiring book on clear targets and on calmly letting go has been illustrated by the world renowned artist Christoph Niemann.
Tetsuya is the country’s best archer in a remote valley in Japan. When another ambitious archer comes to compete against him, he accepts the challenge. But as for his wisdom, he does not pass it onto his challenger but to an inexperienced and simple young boy from his village.