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Danae is bored of wandering all around the big house until the day she discovers a wooden staircase leading down to the basement. There she finds two strangers, an odd elderly couple, Rodoline and Tzitziflora. Two kind and wise fugitives from the boring world created by adults, the elderly couple takes in Danae and leads her to a magical world of classic fairytales and myths. The basement is suddenly transformed into a magical “time machine” taking Danae on a journey to Heidi’s mountains, the palace of Knossos, the ship Theseus sailed… Danae’s life becomes a magical, joyful adventure…
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Publication date May 30, 2013
Thematic Category Adventure
Series SMALL COMPASS for children and young adults
Age 12-13,9-11
SKU 13275
Regular Price €8.32 Special Price €7.49
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The Author
Maro Vamvounaki was born in Chania where she spent her childhood. At the age of 9 she came to Athens with her family. She studied law and psychology. Since 1972, and for the following eleven years, she lived in Rhodes where she worked as a notary. Today she lives in Athens. She is a prolific writer. This book is the author's 22nd published title and it has been estimated that over 500,000 copies of her books have been sold to her devoted reading audience.Maro Vamvounaki is one of the most renowned and beloved contemporary Greek writers and her latest book focuses on a truly intriguing subject.
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