Christos Boulotis Which is the Christmas Planet?

Christos Boulotis  Which is the Christmas Planet?

Christos Boulotis  Which is the Christmas Planet?

picture book | 4+
ISBN: 978-960-594-047-8 • Price: 14,15€ [VAT is not included] • 21x29 cm • Pages: 40

Christos Boulotis  Which is the Christmas Planet?
Illustrated by Aimilia Kontaiou

The book | The story of a little boy who loves Christmas so much and cannot wait for a whole year to come. So he decides to do something that no one has ever thought of: to live on a planet where there is always Christmas! Which is this planet and how can we go there?

The true meaning of Christmas through a thoughtful and funny story.

The author | Christos Boulotis was born at Myrina on the island of Limnos. An archaeologist, he is a member of the Athens Academy. Having previously taught at the Ionian University he now teaches both in the postgraduate departments of the Philosophy School of the University of Athens and at the School of Fine Arts. He has conducted excavations on Crete and Santorini, at Elis and on Limnos. Since 1987 he has also been a prolific author of children’s books, with more than seventy titles published. His first published work, «The Strange Love of the White Horse and the Poplar Tree» was awarded the Pier Paolo Vergerio prize in 1989. «The Water-Melon Thief» and «The Statue Who Was Always Cold» won the annual prize awarded by the Greek Section of IBBY in 2003 and 2000 respectively.

Aimilia Kontaiou was born in 1984 in Athens. She graduated from “AKTO” in the field of cartoons. She has illustrated more than forty books and participated in exhibitions. In 2013, her illustration was included in the Calendar of the International Library of Munich (Arche Kinder Kalender 2013, Internationale Jugendbibliothek, Muenchen).

Christos Boulotis The cat Boom Boom and the moon

Christos Boulotis The cat Boom Boom and the moon

Christos Boulotis  The cat Boom Boom and the moon

picture book | 6+
ISBN: 978-960-594-033-1 • Price: 15,00€ [VAT is not included] • 21x29 cm. • Pages: 40

Christos Boulotis The cat Boom Boom and the moon
Illustrated by Photini Stephanidi

The book | The cat Boom Boom lives in a big square and his house lies under a dustbin. He was born on a winter night when there were demonstrations and there was big commotion. One day the cat Boom Boom will meet another cat that comes from long away because his country is in the middle of war. The moon that sees this company will help each of them find their own way and meet their desires.

The hope for peace, the faith in happiness, the search for identity and humanness are depicted in this story.

The author | Christos Boulotis was born at Myrina on the island of Limnos. An archaeologist, he is a member of the Athens Academy. Having previously taught at the Ionian University he now teaches both in the postgraduate departments of the Philosophy School of the University of Athens and at the School of Fine Arts. He has conducted excavations on Crete and Santorini, at Elis and on Limnos. Since 1987 he has also been a prolific author of children’s books, with more than seventy titles published. His first published work, «The Strange Love of the White Horse and the Poplar Tree» was awarded the Pier Paolo Vergerio prize in 1989. «The Water-Melon Thief» and «The Statue Who Was Always Cold» won the annual prize awarded by the Greek Section of IBBY in 2003 and 2000 respectively.

Winner of the 2017 Greek Children’s Book Circle Prize for cover

Christos Boulotis The Old Toys’ Revolution

Christos Boulotis The Old Toys’ Revolution

Christos Boulotis The Old Toys’ Revolution

picture book | 6+ 

Christos Boulotis The Old Toys’ Revolution
Illustrated by Photini Stephanidi

The book | A delightful adventure fi lled with games that hold a message: on teamwork, companionship, standing up for one another, being competitive, asserting one’s rights, decisiveness, fulfilling one’s dreams, freedom -and above all the creative power of the imagination.

The author | Christos Boulotis was born at Myrina on the island of Limnos. An archaeologist, he is a member of the Athens Academy. Having previously taught at the Ionian University he now teaches both in the postgraduate departments of the Philosophy School of the University of Athens and at the School of Fine Arts. He has conducted excavations on Crete and Santorini, at Elis and on Limnos. Since 1987 he has also been a prolific author of children’s books, with more than seventy titles published. His first published work, «The Strange Love of the White Horse and the Poplar Tree» was awarded the Pier Paolo Vergerio prize in 1989. «The Water-Melon Thief» and «The Statue Who Was Always Cold» won the annual prize awarded by the Greek Section of IBBY in 2003 and 2000 respectively.

Included in the 2014 White Ravens list
Candidate for the 2013 Greek Children’s Book Prize, IBBY
Candidate for the 2013 State Prize

«The Old Toys’ Revolution», based on various kinds of children’s games, discusses subjects of vital importance in a way
that is strongly reminiscent of Hans Christian Andersen yet presented in an unforced, gentle way.
diastixo.gr

Each in their own delightful way, Christos Boulotis and Photini Stephanidi show how «I» gains strength without losing
its individuality when it becomes a part of «we».
kosvoice.gr

ISBN: 978-960-219-288-7 • Price: 15,02€ [VAT is not included] • 21x29 cm. • Pages: 48