Embroidered pockets and their contents, only seemingly the same, tell in a funny way about the secrets of children. About how much each of us is different, against the system that averages us.
A collection of European tales written by a well-known Korean author Hwang Sun-Mi. Among them are also Polish fairy tales, including: "About Warsaw Mermaid", "The Golden Duck", "The Fern Flower".
A story about the girl's maturing with the use of metaphorical heroines of popular fairy tales. The Snow Queen, Snow Whitea princess or the pea princess are experiencing similar dilemmas related to the change of a child into a woman.
A book made from recycled paper, from books withdrawn from libraries. Two circles cut in halfs tell about creating books. They show the power of the creator's imagination. In the final, they turn into bowls, in which some have too much and others too little.
"When two people live together, it is easier for them because they are together and it is harder for them because they are together." Comparing life in a duet to more and more other double-acting metaphors...
A metaphorical tale of simple, gray heroes of everyday life. Old threads found in a second-hand store come alive in the form of helpers, without which it is hard to imagine everyday life – the practical and spiritual one.
A tale of a medieval city and a town hall clock – turned to the four corners of the world – standing on the main square.
Play with shape, but also a serious book about the right to make mistakes and changing them into value. Imagination is used to repair the world and relationships.
Blumka – a pupil of Doctor Korczak, writes a diary, which contains a code of children's rights created a hundred years ago by a famous Polish pedagogue of Jewish origin.
A book from the "About shapes" series. The way "to" and "from" the school becomes full of warmth and humor with a story about the nearest world.