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Eitan and his best friend Rivka live in a place where children laugh, dogs bark and neighbours chat. But no one can leave, and once you go through the gates, you never come back…
This story takes place in Vilnius in Lithuania – but it could have happened anywhere in Europe during World War II, when Jews were forced into ghettos and suffered greatly in the hands of the Nazis. Conveying the horrors of the Holocaust in a sensitive but powerful way, Marius Marcinkevicius’s tale tells the story of two children who experience the horror of separation and Nazi persecution, only to find each other again thanks to a pebble, which becomes a symbol of endurance and survival. Inga Dagile’s illustrations are the perfect accompaniment to this story about true friendship, fear – and hope.
„This book thinks you are an inventor“ Author: Jon Milton Age: 9-12 years This interactive book helps children think like an inventor by noticing details, questioning everything, and dreaming up new ideas. Through fun activities and Harriet Russell’s hilarious illustrations, This Book Thinks You’re an Inventor encourages readers to engage with new ideas by creatively experimenting and investigating for themselves.…
„A train journey“ Author: Gérard Lo Monaco Age: 4-8 years In A Train Journey, readers will meet four iconic trains that changed the history of railroad. Each of the four picturesque pop-ups inside depicts a historic train—George Stephenson’s Rocket, one of the earliest steam locomotives; the Elevated Railway in Brooklyn; the Flying Scotsman; and the Japanese bullet train or Shinkansen—in…