Illustrated by: Spiros Goussis
Athens 2015, 48 p.
Sophia Kalantzakou's inspiration for the new adventure of Alexandra, Pavlos and their friends comes from the well-known myth relating to the region of Lake Stymphalia ...
Drawings: Vassilis Papatsarouchas
Athens 2011, 56 p.
Inspired by the excavation of a mass grave in the vicinity of the ancient Kerameikos cemetery and the reconstruction of ...
The tiny book that wanted to be read
Illustrated by: Konstantina Mprinia
Athens 2016, 28 p. (digital edition)
The book in this story is tiny, so tiny that in order to see it you need a microscope...
Aliki Balaska – Dimitris Foussekis
Athens 2009, 36 p.
The story of young Petros unfolds in a village on theisland of Tinos, where daily life is dominated by the processing ...
Illustration: Diatsenta Parissi
Athens 2006, 29 p.
The story of the young boy with the peculiar name of Olive’s Tears is based on a popular folktale from theisland of Samos, which ...
Illustration: Eleni Kotsoni
Athens 2017, 64p.
Built in the late 19th century, the Brikas Mansion overlooking Soufli’s “Mesochori” square still stands tall. It was the largest “koukoulospito” (literally a cocoonery, as the large houses centred on sericulture were then called) in terms of silkworm rearing, and its owner the biggest producer of silkworm seed (eggs)...