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Cornelia Funke

Dragon Rider (Series): A Griffin’s Feather [Drachenreiter: Die Feder eines Greifs]

Die Feder eines Greifs is the sequel to Drachenreiter / Dragon Rider (1997, Engl. transl. 2004). The main character of the novel is 14 year-old Ben who was also the protagonist of Dragon Rider. In the first book, he was rescued by the dragon Lung / Firedrake as an orphan in London and became his dragon rider. Now Ben has been adopted by the Wiesengrund / Greenbloom family and is living with them in Norway, where they run a sanctuary for mythical (and non-mythical) creatures, MÍMAMEID(...)

literary

YEAR: 2016

COUNTRY: Germany


Natalia Kapatsoulia , Filippos Mandilaras

The Twelve Gods of Olympus

The text and illustrations in the book offer a humorous overview of how the Olympian gods came to establish themselves. The book’s opening page presents snow-laden and surprisingly barren-from-trees Mount Olympus, with a bird, perhaps a blackbird but painted red-brown here, and a goat in hiking boots looking at the text, and directing readers’ attention to it. The text summarises the book, telling us where the gods lived and how they became conquerors of the world by combating beasts(...)

literary

YEAR: 2016

COUNTRY: Greece


Kalliope Kyrdi, Evi Pini

Young Visitors to the Acropolis Museum [Mikroi Episkeptes sto Mouseio tes Akropoles]

Both authors show that a museum guide should be informative, interactive, and fun, and far from a long catalogue of exhibits. In addition to children of pre-school and early-school age, the target audience is parents and teachers. The latter will find “ideas” for organising the museum visit in the opening page and additional information about the Museum, the Acropolis, and the Parthenon at the end of the book. Indeed, the book’s content is exceptionally rich. There is informati(...)

literary

YEAR: 2010

COUNTRY: Greece