Hide and Seek (in Greek)
Illustrations: Konstantina Brinia
Athens 2019, 27 p., 8 ill.
A visit to a museum may not be just… a visit. It may be an amazing experience, if only we let the exhibits "speak" to us. In the book To Κρυφτό [Hide and Seek], a boy visits a museum and "talks" with a horse that is exhibited there. The boy's need to communicate with someone different and the way that the horse trusts him are the starting point for our story to unfold; a human story that is moving and inspiring with its anti-war message.
The fairy tale Το κρυφτό [Hide and Seek] won an award at the contest for children's books written and illustrated by adults, organized by the Piraeus Bank Group Cultural Foundation and the Municipal Library of Kallithea in April 2017. The e-book that is the latest addition to the digital publications of the Piraeus Bank Group Cultural Foundation was created in the framework of the programmes (EMAS) carried out to reduce the environmental footprint of the Foundation.
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