June 3 2018 - 14:34 At the seventy six years the writer died, who fed three generations with stories. His "Tales for look without mascara" and "Cuentos para Verónica" sold 3.6 million copies.

The writer Poldy Rooster, author of "Stories for Veronica" and "Tales for look without mascara" with which she sold more than three million copies, died at seventy six years, in the City of Buenos Aires, reported their relatives.
Through his Twitter account, his sister Fabiana Rooster Mosconi, reported the death of the writer. "My sister Poldy Rooster passed away. Goodbye little sister, now you are at peace and with Veronica, "he wrote.
The writer, who died yesterday, was born in the city of Paraná, on December 16, 1941, where she only lived forty five days, since her father, Enrique Rooster Mosconi, nephew of the Mosconi total, was transferred to Buenos Aires immediately after your birth.
At the age of 20 she had her first daughter, Verónica, to whom she dedicated a large part of her work and "Cuentos para Verónica", which made her famous, when she turned it into an editorial success in 1969.
These stories, pink or sky blue with drawings of girls or adolescents or young women that appear on a background of flowers, mirrors and vines, were published by their own publishing house, Orión, founded in 1975 and closed in 2001, due to the economic crisis. In 1980 the story "Mamá de niebla" was taken to the cinema with the title "Días de illusión", in a film directed by Fernando Ayala and starring Andrea del Boca.
On October 25, 2008, the writer suffered a severe blow when her daughter, Verónica Renaud, died at the age of 39, of a massive heart attack, as had happened to her father in 1997.
In 2010 and in memory of her daughter she launched her work "Tan Amada", which included unpublished stories, poems and some classics that were in the collective memory.
In 2009, the publisher Del Nuevo Extremo published "El cuento infinito", which brought together 200 of his stories.

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