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Happiness is a Fox

Happiness is a Fox

Author: Evelina Daciūtė
Illustrator: Aušra Kiudulaitė
ISBN 9786098142310
Format: 26 x 25 cm, hardcover
Pages: 48
2016

Awards:

IBBY Honour List 2018
The Best Book of the Year‘2017
2017 International book review catalog „White Ravens“
Diploma, 2017 Tallinn Illustrations Triennial „Power of pictures“
Nami Concours 2017, Diploma
2017 Bologna Children’s Book Fair Illustrators’ Exhibition – Selected illustrator
The Most Beautiful Book of the Year, Lithuanian Section of IBBY 2016
Diploma, Vilnius 2016 Book Art Competition

Once upon a time, there was a boy who lived in a big city. He had a father, a mother and a tree house. One day a fox appeared in the boy’s life. And when the fox enters your life anything can happen. A sensitive story about friendship, dreams, and happiness was written by Evelina Daciūtė and illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė. This is a story for every reader since it is centered on something that everyone cares about – happiness.

Foreign sales:
The UK, Thames&Hudson (World English Rights)
Korea, Dadam Education
Slovakia, Ikar
China, Anhui Children’s Publishing House (Magazine rights)
Romania, Cartemma Store SRL-D

About the authors:

Evelina Daciūtė, the author of 7 books for children, was born in Vilnius in 1975. She has debuted in children’s literature in 2014 with the book “Teddy Bear Adventures. Lupine Labyrinth” (published by “Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Rasa Kaper), which is now a series of 4 titles. In 2015 “The Elephants Went Visiting” (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Inga Dagilė) was published and awarded as the Most Beautiful Book in the Book Art Competition. In 2016 the book received Book of the Year Award for the Youngest Readers by IBBY Lithuania.
Currently, the most recognized and awarded book by Evelina Daciūtė, ”Happiness is a Fox“ (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė), was published in 2016. „How the Dog and the Whale Rescued Vilnius“ (“Tikra knyga, illustrated by Diana Molytė) followed in 2017 and contains not only the illustrations but also animation.

Aušra Kiudulaitė was born in 1978 in Vilnius, Lithuania. She has a master’s degree from Vilnius Academy of Arts (VAA) and is now working as a freelance illustrator and holds creative workshops for children.  Aušra Kiudulaitė is actively participating in international exhibitions, festivals, and book fairs.
In 2015 Aušra Kiudulaitė was selected by Lithuanian Culture Institute to attend Bologna Children’s Book Fair and also finished second in the Women’s Illustration Competition „Womaninovation“ in Italy. In 2016 the first picture book by Aušra Kiudulaitė “Happiness is a Fox” was published (“Tikra knyga”, written by Evelina Daciūtė), which became a national phenomenon and also gained international attention when it was published by Thames & Hudson in the United Kingdom. “Happiness is a Fox” received The Best Book of the Year Award‘2017 in Lithuania, The Most Beautiful Book of the Year Award by Lithuanian Section of IBBY in 2016, Tallinn Illustrations Triennial „Power of pictures“ and Nami Concours diplomas in 2017 and Vilnius 2016 Book Art Competition diploma. The book was also included in the IBBY Honour List 2018 and international “White Ravens” catalogue in 2017. In 2017 Aušra Kiudulaitė has been selected for Bologna Children’s Book Fair Illustrators’ Exhibition.

KIRKUS REVIEW
https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/evelina-daciute/the-fox-on-the-swing/

https://readitdaddy.blogspot.lt/2018/04/readitdaddys-second-picture-book-of.html

The friendship on the elephant‘s trunk

The Friendship on the Elephant‘s Trunk (New)

Author: Marius Marcinkevičius
Illustrator: Aušra Kiudulaitė:
ISBN 9786098142372
Format: 22 x 26 cm, hardcover
Pages: 48
2017

Awards:

The Most Beautiful Book of the Year, Vilnius 2017 Book Art Competition
2017 Diploma The 5th Tallinn Illustrations Triennial

Once upon a time, there lived a big elephant.  He had a huge house because it was a very big elephant. A mouse lived in a small house on the back of an elephant.  The small house was enough for her because it was a very small mouse. The mouse and the elephant were best friends. One day the mouse decided to find out why the elephant is her best friend. Read this beautiful story of friendship that reveals the magic of storytelling. With amazing illustrations and charming text, it will be the perfect bedtime story!

Foreign sales:
France, Rue du monde (World French Rights)
Romania, Cartemma Store SRL-D

About the authors:

Aušra Kiudulaitė was born in 1978 in Vilnius, Lithuania. She has a master’s degree from Vilnius Academy of Arts (VAA) and is now working as a freelance illustrator and holds creative workshops for children. Aušra Kiudulaitė is actively participating in international exhibitions, festivals, and book fairs.
In 2015 Aušra Kiudulaitė was selected by Lithuanian Culture Institute to attend Bologna Children’s Book Fair and also finished second in the Women’s Illustration Competition „Womaninovation“ in Italy. In 2016 the first picture book by Aušra Kiudulaitė “Happiness is a Fox” was published (“Tikra knyga”, written by Evelina Daciūtė), which became a national phenomenon and also gained international attention when it was published by Thames & Hudson in the United Kingdom. “Happiness is a Fox” received The Best Book of the Year Award‘2017 in Lithuania, The Most Beautiful Book of the Year Award by Lithuanian Section of IBBY in 2016, Tallinn Illustrations Triennial „Power of pictures“ and Nami Concours diplomas in 2017 and Vilnius 2016 Book Art Competition diploma. The book was also included in the IBBY Honour List 2018 and international “White Ravens” catalog in 2017. In 2017 Aušra Kiudulaitė has been selected for Bologna Children’s Book Fair Illustrators’ Exhibition.

Marius Marcinkevičius, the author of 5 books for children, was born in Vilnius in 1966. He has debuted in children’s literature in 2016 with the book “The faraway kingdom” (published by “Vyrų fondas”, illustrated by Elena Launikonytė). In 2016 was published another book “The spider’s leg” (“Švieskime vaikus labdaros ir paramos fondas”, illustrated by Elena Launikonytė).
The third picture book by Marius Marcinkevičius, “The Friendship on the Elephant’s Trunk” (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė), was published in 2017 and received Diploma The 5th Tallinn Illustrations Triennial, The Most Beautiful Book of the Year Award by Vilnius 2017 Book Art Competition, as well as Book of the Year Award for the Youngest Readers by IBBY Lithuania.

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The Lake of Mysteries (New!)

Author: Marius Marcinkevičius
Illustrator: Lina Dūdaitė
Format: 24 x 29, hardcover
Pages: 40
2018

One sunny winter day the Piglet and the Cow were skiing on the lake. They saw two eyes which were looking at them through the ice. The friends decided to figure out to whom those eyes belonged and what exactly they wanted. So they started to correspond.  But it was quite difficult to understand each other, as the words had to be read backward. Sweet and funny bed story about friendship.

Foreign sales:
Kazakhstan, Foliant
Korea, Dadam Education

About the authors:

Marius Marcinkevičius, the author of 5 books for children, was born in Vilnius in 1966. He has debuted in children’s literature in 2016 with the book “The faraway kingdom” (published by “Vyrų fondas”, illustrated by Elena Launikonytė). In 2016 was published another book “The spider’s leg” (“Švieskime vaikus labdaros ir paramos fondas”, illustrated by Elena Launikonytė).
The third picture book by Marius Marcinkevičius, “The Friendship on the Elephant’s Trunk” (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė), was published in 2017 and received Diploma The 5th Tallinn Illustrations Triennial, The Most Beautiful Book of the Year Award by Vilnius 2017 Book Art Competition, as well as Book of the Year Award for the Youngest Readers by IBBY Lithuania.

Lina Dūdaitė was born in 1974 in Kaunas, Lithuania. She has a master’s degree from  Kaunas Art Institute and now is working as a freelance illustrator. Lina Dūdaitė is actively participating in international exhibitions, festivals and book fairs (2009 – IIII Tallinn illustrations triennial, Estonia. 2009 – 22. Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava, Slovakia. 2011 – Illustrarium: Contemporary Lithuanian Children’s Book Illustration Bologna children’s book fair, Italy, 2011. 2013 – IV Tallinn illustrations triennial, Estonia. 2013 – 24. Biennial of Illustrations Bratislava, Slovakia. 2013-2014 – Travelling exhibition: Contemporary Lithuanian Children’s Book Illustration Italy, USA, Belgium, Luxembourg, Austria, France. 2017 – V Tallinn illustrations triennial, Estonia).
Illustrated books:
Lion’s roaring / Lauvas rūciens, Juris Zvirgzdiņš, Rīga: Pētergailis, 2015
Mennyms in the Wilderness / Žmogonai dykrose, Sylvia Waugh, Vilnius: Nieko rimto, 2013,
The Mennyms / Žmogonai, Sylvia Waugh, Vilnius, Nieko rimto, 2012.
The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales / Pasakos, Broliai Grimai, Vilnius, Alma littera, 2011.
The Elfin Family / Kaukų šeimynėlė, Gintaras Beresnevičius, Vilnius: Nieko rimto, 2009.
The Story of a Seagull and the Cat Who Taught Her to Fly / Apie žuvėdrą ir katiną, kuris išmokė
ją skraidyti, Luis Sepulveda, Vilnius: Nieko rimto, 2008.
The Elfins and a Copper Boar / Kaukučiai ir varinis šernas, Gintaras Beresnevičius, Vilnius: Nieko rimto, 2007.
Sixten / Sikstenas, Ulf Stark, Vilnius: Nieko rimto, 2007.
Awards:
2009 – diploma for the illustrations to the book The Story of a Seagull and the Cat Who Taught Her to Fly (Apie žuvėdrą ir katiną, kuris išmokė ją skraidyti) by Luis Sepulveda, Tallinn Triennial, Estonia.
2009 – IBBY Lithuanian Section diploma for the Most Beautiful Book of the Year – The Elfin Family (Kaukučių šeimynėlė), Vilnius, Lithuania.
2010 – was put on IBBY’s List of Honour for her illustrations to the book The Story of a Seagull and the Cat Who Taught Her to Fly (Apie žuvėdrą ir katiną, kuris išmokė ją skraidyti) by Luis Sepulveda, Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
2012 – IBBY Lithuanian Section diploma for the Most Beautiful Book of the Year 2011 – The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales / Pasakos, Broliai Grimai, Vilnius, Lithuania.
2012 – Premium of The Most Beautiful Lithuanian Books Competition for her illustrations to the book The Grimm Brothers’ Fairy Tales (Pasakos. Broliai Grimai ), Vilnius, Lithuania
2014 – was put on IBBY’s List of Honour for her illustrations to the book The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales / Pasakos, Broliai Grimai, Mexico City, Mexico.

 

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Small Poems For Little Ones (New!)

Author: Marius Marcinkevičius
Illustrator: Rasa Jančiauskaitė
Format: hardcover
Pages: 40

The book of poetry for the smallest of readers is original and fun. Each poem has an unexpected situation, a narrative blow. In some poems, the poet plays with paradoxes, nonsensical situations. The lyrics capture things that can be very important to a young child but overlooked by the adults.

About the authors:

Marius Marcinkevičius, the author of 5 books for children, was born in Vilnius in 1966. He has debuted in children’s literature in 2016 with the book “The faraway kingdom” (published by “Vyrų fondas”, illustrated by Elena Launikonytė). In 2016 was published another book “The spider’s leg” (“Švieskime vaikus labdaros ir paramos fondas”, illustrated by Elena Launikonytė).
The third picture book by Marius Marcinkevičius, “The Friendship on the Elephant’s Trunk” (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė), was published in 2017 and received Diploma The 5th Tallinn Illustrations Triennial, The Most Beautiful Book of the Year Award by Vilnius 2017 Book Art Competition, as well as Book of the Year Award for the Youngest Readers by IBBY Lithuania.

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The Strangers (New!)

Author: Marius Marcinkevičius
Illustrator: Rasa Joni
Format: hardcover
Pages: 40

Once upon a time, a storm brought a small house into a large city’s square. It hung there, roof down in the main square of the city.  The house hanging upside down looked really strange to everyone but not to the family that lived in this house. In fact, they did everything the other way around: the mother was happy with empty pictures on the walls and a bouquet of flowers in a rabbit’s stomach. Do you think that living like this was dreary or maybe even difficult? Perhaps, but not to this family: the mother, the father, and their little daughter. For the Strangers.

About the authors:

Marius Marcinkevičius, the author of 5 books for children, was born in Vilnius in 1966. He has debuted in children’s literature in 2016 with the book “The faraway kingdom” (published by “Vyrų fondas”, illustrated by Elena Launikonytė). In 2016 was published another book “The spider’s leg” (“Švieskime vaikus labdaros ir paramos fondas”, illustrated by Elena Launikonytė).
The third picture book by Marius Marcinkevičius, “The Friendship on the Elephant’s Trunk” (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė), was published in 2017 and received Diploma The 5th Tallinn Illustrations Triennial, The Most Beautiful Book of the Year Award by Vilnius 2017 Book Art Competition, as well as Book of the Year Award for the Youngest Readers by IBBY Lithuania.

 

The Elephants Went Wisiting

The Elephants Went Visiting

Author Evelina Daciūtė
Illustrator: Inga Dagilė
ISBN 9786098142143
Format: 26 x 22 cm, hardcover
Pages: 40
2015

Awards:

Book of the Year for the Youngest Readers, Lithuanian Section of IBBY 2015
Diploma, Vilnius 2015 Book Art Competition

Once upon a time in a jungle far away ten elephants lived happily together. There was Grandma Elephant, Grandpa Elephant, Mama Elephant, Papa Elephant, and six little elephants, who were their parents’ and grandparents’ pride and joy. One day they all went visiting. However, when a family is that big, anything can happen along the way. Ten elephants set out to go visiting. How many elephants arrived? In this book children will not only enjoy a funny story and creative illustrations, but will also learn how to count to ten and back.

Foreign sales:
Taiwan, Knowledge House Press
China, Knowledge House Press
Russia, Enas-Kniga

About the authors:

Evelina Daciūtė, the author of 7 books for children, was born in Vilnius in 1975. She has debuted in children’s literature in 2014 with the book “Teddy Bear Adventures. Lupine Labyrinth” (published by “Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Rasa Kaper), which is now a series of 4 titles. In 2015 “The Elephants Went Visiting” (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Inga Dagilė) was published and awarded as the Most Beautiful Book in the Book Art Competition. In 2016 the book received Book of the Year Award for the Youngest Readers by IBBY Lithuania.
Currently, the most recognized and awarded book by Evelina Daciūtė, ”Happiness is a Fox“ (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė), was published in 2016. „How the Dog and the Whale Rescued Vilnius“ (“Tikra knyga, illustrated by Diana Molytė) followed in 2017 and contains not only the illustrations but also animation.

Inga Dagilė – freelance designer and illustrator for children’s books. In 2003 she graduated from Kaunas Art Institute with Graphic Arts Bachelor and in 2005 with Master’s degree from Vilnius Academy of Arts. She has created designs for more than 200 web pages; she draws illustrations for children’s books and does layouts of books.
Awards:
In 2018 Diploma of Sharjah Exhibition for Children’s Book Illustrations.
In 2017 „Diary of good food“ took III place in „World Gourmand Cookbook Awards 2017“ „B10 Series“ category.
In 2016 “The elephants went visiting” won the best book of 2015 for small children category at book art contest organized by Lithuanian section of IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People).
In 2016 “The elephants went visiting” (writer Evelina Daciute) won Best Children’s Book category at book art contest “Vilnius 2015”.
In 2013 “Dream Mountain” (writer Rosita Makauskiene), the book that was illustrated by me, was selected as the most beautiful one in a National Children‘s Literature contest organized by trust fund “Educate Children“.

Four Secrets How To Learn Letters And Music Notes

Four Secrets  How to Learn Letters and Music Notes

Author: Linas Kontrimas
Illustrator: Inga Dagilė
ISBN 9786098142242
Format: 26 x 22 cm, hardcover
Pages: 40

There are a lot of different sounds in the world. They have their own houses and cities. Together they will become words and sentences. Also, the sounds can be music notes. If you know four secrets, it will be much easier to learn languages and read musical notes.

Foreign sales:
Poland, Wydawnictwo Tadam

About the authors:

Inga Dagilė – freelance designer and illustrator for children’s books. In 2003 she graduated from Kaunas Art Institute with Graphic Arts Bachelor and in 2005 with Master’s degree from Vilnius Academy of Arts. She has created designs for more than 200 web pages; she draws illustrations for children’s books and does layouts of books.
Awards:
In 2018 Diploma of Sharjah Exhibition for Children’s Book Illustrations.
In 2017 „Diary of good food“ took III place in „World Gourmand Cookbook Awards 2017“ „B10 Series“ category.
In 2016 “The elephants went visiting” won the best book of 2015 for small children category at book art contest organized by Lithuanian section of IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People).
In 2016 “The elephants went visiting” (writer Evelina Daciute) won Best Children’s Book category at book art contest “Vilnius 2015”.
In 2013 “Dream Mountain” (writer Rosita Makauskiene), the book that was illustrated by me, was selected as the most beautiful one in a National Children‘s Literature contest organized by trust fund “Educate Children“.

A Hen That Disappeared in The Fog

Adventures from Happy Farm / A Hen that Disappeared in The Fog

Author & Illustrator Dainius Šukys
ISBN 9786099557700
Format: 23 x 23 cm, hardcover
Pages: 44

The colorful company of barnyard friends take on an unexpected task – they must find the missing hen, Chicky Picky. A thick fog and a deep forest make their task more difficult. Finally, the missing hen is found and the colorful company of barnyard friends learns an important lesson.

Foreign sales:
Latvia, Lauku Avize
Kazakhstan, Foliant

A Hedgehog That Loved Secretly

Adventures from Happy Farm/ A Hedgehog that Loved Secretly

Author & Illustrator Dainius Šukys
ISBN 9786098142020
Format: 23 x 23 cm, hardcover
Pages: 44

Hedgehog Dradas is restless, not because he was beaten. He is secretly in love. What kind of extraordinary feats hedgehog Dradas will take to fulfill the dreams of cow Pelenonija, his secret crush? A vegetarian cat and a food-loving piglet will join the journey to support the hedgehog. 

Foreign sales:
Latvia, Lauku Avize
Kazakhstan, Foliant

Teddy Bear. Lupine Labyrinth

Teddy Bear Adventures / Lupine Labyrinth

Author Evelina Daciūtė
Illustrator Rasa Kaper
ISBN 9786098142037
Format: 23 x 23 cm, hardcover
Pages: 60
2014

The Teddy Bears live in the Great Forest. Just like children, they experience all sorts of adventures. They learn about themselves and others. They have squabbles and they make up. They learn how to share. Every story has its own theme and lesson. The stories can be read aloud individually or as a single narrative.

About the author:

Evelina Daciūtė, the author of 7 books for children, was born in Vilnius in 1975. She has debuted in children’s literature in 2014 with the book “Teddy Bear Adventures. Lupine Labyrinth” (published by “Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Rasa Kaper), which is now a series of 4 titles. In 2015 “The Elephants Went Visiting” (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Inga Dagilė) was published and awarded as the Most Beautiful Book in the Book Art Competition. In 2016 the book received Book of the Year Award for the Youngest Readers by IBBY Lithuania.
Currently, the most recognized and awarded book by Evelina Daciūtė, ”Happiness is a Fox“ (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė), was published in 2016. „How the Dog and the Whale Rescued Vilnius“ (“Tikra knyga, illustrated by Diana Molytė) followed in 2017 and contains not only the illustrations but also animation.

Teddy Bear. Honey Swap 

Teddy Bear Adventures / Honey Swap

Author Evelina Daciūtė
Illustrator Rasa Kaper
ISBN 9786098142099
Format: 23 x 23 cm, hardcover
Pages: 44
2014

The Teddy Bears live in the Great Forest. Just like children, they experience all sorts of adventures. They learn about themselves and others. They have squabbles and they make up. They learn how to share. Every story has its own theme and lesson. The stories can be read aloud individually or as a single narrative.

About the author:

Evelina Daciūtė, the author of 7 books for children, was born in Vilnius in 1975. She has debuted in children’s literature in 2014 with the book “Teddy Bear Adventures. Lupine Labyrinth” (published by “Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Rasa Kaper), which is now a series of 4 titles. In 2015 “The Elephants Went Visiting” (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Inga Dagilė) was published and awarded as the Most Beautiful Book in the Book Art Competition. In 2016 the book received Book of the Year Award for the Youngest Readers by IBBY Lithuania.
Currently, the most recognized and awarded book by Evelina Daciūtė, ”Happiness is a Fox“ (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė), was published in 2016. „How the Dog and the Whale Rescued Vilnius“ (“Tikra knyga, illustrated by Diana Molytė) followed in 2017 and contains not only the illustrations but also animation.

Teddy Bears. Garden of Dreams

Teddy Bear Adventures / Garden of Dreams

Author Evelina Daciūtė
Illustrator Rasa Kaper
ISBN 9786098142303
Format: 23 x 23 cm, hardcover
Pages: 56
2016

The Teddy Bears are still small, but their dreams are high. For one of them, it might be a miracle brush that can draw whatever he wants. For another, it might be a secret garden where dreams can grow. Every day the bears are learning new things. They learn about themselves and others. Every story has its own theme and lesson. The stories can be read aloud individually or as a single narrative.

About the author:

Evelina Daciūtė, the author of 7 books for children, was born in Vilnius in 1975. She has debuted in children’s literature in 2014 with the book “Teddy Bear Adventures. Lupine Labyrinth” (published by “Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Rasa Kaper), which is now a series of 4 titles. In 2015 “The Elephants Went Visiting” (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Inga Dagilė) was published and awarded as the Most Beautiful Book in the Book Art Competition. In 2016 the book received Book of the Year Award for the Youngest Readers by IBBY Lithuania.
Currently, the most recognized and awarded book by Evelina Daciūtė, ”Happiness is a Fox“ (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė), was published in 2016. „How the Dog and the Whale Rescued Vilnius“ (“Tikra knyga, illustrated by Diana Molytė) followed in 2017 and contains not only the illustrations but also animation.

 The Teddy Bears Go to School

Teddy Bear Adventures /  The Teddy Bears Go to School

Author Evelina Daciūtė
Illustrator Rasa Kaper
ISBN 9786098142150
Format: 23 x 23 cm, hardcover
Pages: 36
2015

Seven Teddy Bears prepare to go to school. All sorts of thoughts swirl around in the Teddy Bears’ heads: fear, doubt, anxiety, and joy. They listen to the grown-ups stories, advice, and eagerly wait for the day when they will go off to school. The book reads as a narrative.

About the author:

Evelina Daciūtė, the author of 7 books for children, was born in Vilnius in 1975. She has debuted in children’s literature in 2014 with the book “Teddy Bear Adventures. Lupine Labyrinth” (published by “Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Rasa Kaper), which is now a series of 4 titles. In 2015 “The Elephants Went Visiting” (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Inga Dagilė) was published and awarded as the Most Beautiful Book in the Book Art Competition. In 2016 the book received Book of the Year Award for the Youngest Readers by IBBY Lithuania.
Currently, the most recognized and awarded book by Evelina Daciūtė, ”Happiness is a Fox“ (“Tikra knyga”, illustrated by Aušra Kiudulaitė), was published in 2016. „How the Dog and the Whale Rescued Vilnius“ (“Tikra knyga, illustrated by Diana Molytė) followed in 2017 and contains not only the illustrations but also animation.

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Fairy Stories from Misty Valley

Author & Illustrator Edita Lei
ISBN 9786098142228
Format: 25 x 30,5 cm, hardcover
Pages: 96
2015

A family living in a city inherit an old house in Misty Valley. This inheritance proves to be a challenge to these city dwellers, who are accustomed to a comfortable luxury lifestyle. It is especially worrying that the valley where the house is located is often covered in a mysterious fog. Because of the thick fog, Leah and her brother’s mother forbid the children from leaving the yard. However, one day Leah becomes acquainted to with a strange creature who tells her about the secrets of Misty Valley. Leah learns that beyond the wall of fog there is another world that is inhabited by fairies, gnomes, and elves. Needless to say, the children become very interested in this world.

Foreign sales:
The UK, Visual Books Limited

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Fairy Spells from Misty Valley

Author & Illustrator Edita Lei
ISBN 9786098142358
Format: 25 x 30,5 cm, hardcover
Pages: 120
2016

To save the old house and a dream to live in it, the children decided to flee to the Misty Valley. There they hope to find miraculous gifts. Is it possible to do the task on time? Or maybe the fear to conquer them? It’s hard to decide when you do not know what lies behind the mysterious gate.

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Mouseong

Author & Illustrator Rimas Valeikis
ISBN 9786098142051
Format: 23 x 23 cm, hardcover
Pages: 24
2014

Once there lived a very small mouse who dreamed of becoming the biggest mouse of all. One morning he awoke in his mouse hole and felt how his dream was coming true. Soon the little mouse grew so big that he could eat the biggest apples from the apple tree as though they were berries. His dream had finally come true. The mouse through he would be the happiest mouse in the world. Only, is it really that much fun to be the biggest mouse of them all? Una-mato-taip

UNA Sees Things Differently

Author & Illustrator Rimas Valeikis
ISBN 9786099557731
Format: 23 x 35 cm, hardcover
Pages: 44
2014

Una is a little girl who is sent to Earth with an important mission by the ruler of the world of stories. The book describes this girl’s amazing adventures. The book is illustrated so that in each picture one sees several different pictures. For example, children must find the wolf in the dark forest or find the ghost among the group of friends sipping tea. Everyone should give it a try!

 

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