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Fairy tales about... fruit and vegetables, A'
Some were studious. Others, however, had to learn through trial and error. From the banana that dreamt of becoming a ballerina, to the greedy strawberry that couldn't resist chocolate, each and every fruit and vegetable starring in the pages of the fairy collection has a very specific lesson to teach us, so that we may too learn, without having to go through the same mistakes.
From the chili pepper that wanted to become a fire-fighter, to the plump pomelo and the tangerine that wanted to learn Greek, the heroes in the second book of our series come to entertain and teach us with their troubles. Was it that they weren't perhaps as studious as the Fruit and Vegetables in the first book? Maybe, maybe not... In any case, they got their lesson... the hard way.
The fruit starring in the pages of this book know very well what it means to be an outsider. Yet they also how to not give up so easily. From cute little miss Lee Chee that came from China to Greece and the red-haired rambutan to the kumquat that laughed at his own jokes and the well-travelled coconut, the protagonists of the third book of our collection of fruit and vegetables are here to give us strong lessons about what it truly means to be a citizen of the world.
A house just like any other. Twenty - four protagonists one would never suspect. From the teapot that was ashamed of singing in front of others and the box that couldn't keep secrets, to the flatterer mirror and the coffee pot that spread malicious gossip, the silverware of this household each have a story to tell us, so we may learn from their mistakes without having to go through the same.
They say talent is rare these days, yet the musical instruments of the most famous music school in Athens did their best to prove the opposite. Restless and driven by creative impulse by nature, each comes with their own story about what talent and overcoming oneself really means. This way, we might also learn from them, perhaps even share in their glory, if only for a moment.
Straight from the shelves of the biggest electrical appliances stores, the protagonists of this fairy tale collection know very well how to handle daily routine with humor and even a touch of sarcasm. From the unemployed fan and the laptop that wanted to be come a pirate, to the telephone that rang all the time and the steam iron that had forgotten its dreams come to give our reality a lighter, almost surreal dimension.