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Once upon a time there lived a little griffin with blue wings. He lived high up on the Acropolis. This was his home. Every evening, he opened his wings and flew above the Holy Rock. He flew to the Parthenon and met with the riders on their horses. Next he flew to the museum and woke the statues and the drawings on the pottery urns. The little griffin spent his time laughing, teasing and making all sorts of mischief. That is, until the statues and urns moved to the new museum of the Acropolis. In order to find his friends again, the little griffin sets off on a journey into the magical world of the museum. There, he comes across many obstacles. Come join the little griffin on a fantastic walk through the new museum of the Acropolis and meet some of the most beautiful works of Ancient Greek art.
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Publication date May 24, 2012
Thematic Category History
Series Illustrated books for children
Age 7-8
Illustrator ΚΑΡΕΛΛΑ ΙΝΩ
SKU 12428
Regular Price €10.54 Special Price €9.49
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The Author
Mania Douka was born in Athens. She studied education in Athens and England. She specialized in museum education at “Atelier des Enfants,” Centre Georges Pompidou, in Paris. She worked as a teacher at Arsakeion School, Psychiko College and the Hellenic College of London. She has worked with museums in Athens and Cyprus creating educational programs and printed matter. She has published over 20 books in both Greek and English. Her book Philip and the Magic Castanets received the Circle of the Greek Children’s Book award (Greek IBBY Section). The book is scheduled to be turned into a children’s app and was published simultaneously in both Greek and English.
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