Angelou Angelos & Sini Emi

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A tender story about of isolation unfolds and makes us realise how children’s spontaneity can break down barriers

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A red ball gives the residents of a block of flats the chance to meet. As the ball rolls down the stairs, a tender story about of isolation unfolds and makes us realise how children’s spontaneity can break down barriers and bring all sorts of people together.

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Pages 36
Dimensions 24x22
Availability Άμεσα Διαθέσιμο
Weight 314 g
Bookbinding

Hard cover

Age

4+

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Published Date 18/03/2019
ISBN 978-960-569-971-0

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Angelos Angelou and Emi Sini both received their degree in engineering from National University of Athens in 2003. Since 2005 they have started their successful career by writing a great number of theatrical plays, songs and books for children. In 2007 they won the Greek State Theatrical Play for Children Award, in 2016 How to Make an Elephant Dance won the Greek State Picture Book Award while their picture book An Alphabet Journey was included into the White Ravens list of the International Children’s Library of Munich. Some of their books have been translated into other languages while others have been turned into theatrical plays. They have also established one of Greece’s most successful artistic theatrical group “Kopernikos”(www.kopernikos.gr), where every year, since 2009, they write original and notable theatrical plays for children of every age, accompanied by original songs and music.

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Greek-born and Athens based Sophia Touliatou has studied Graphic Design and works as an illustrator, doing mostly books for children, many of which have gained merits and awards. You can find her work in Greece, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, the United States, and other countries around the world.Since 2010 she’s represented by Advocate Art Illustration Agency. FBpage: Sophia Touliatou

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