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Why doesn’t anyone ever believe me? Because I’m a little liar…I say so many lies that now no-one knows if I’m saying the truth any more!
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Publication date Sep 16, 2008
Thematic Category Human relations, Social
Series Strawberry (5-6 years)
Age 3-4,5-6
Pages 48
Circulation (in thousands) 6
No of reprints 7
Illustrator ΛΗΔΑ ΒΑΡΒΑΡΟΥΣΗ, Βαρβαρούση Λήδα
ISBN 978-960-453-440-1
SKU 06169
Dimensions (width x height) 14 x 21 cm
Weight 0.095 kgr
Binding Μαλακό εξώφυλλο
ISBN e-book 978-960-496-230-3
E-book Code 10022
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The Author
Irene Kamaratou-Giallousi was born on the island of Karpathos and grew up in Pireaus. She is married and has two children. She has taught English and studied Italian when she lived in Italy. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Union for Gifted Children "APLOYN", a member of MENSA, as well as the Association of Greek Authors. Through her books, Irene tries to help children understand difficult concepts by using her myth. Her work has been awarded numerous prizes while some of her books have been adapted to the stage and become school plays.Irene is a very skillful author who writes in a sensitive manner about "difficult" topics that concern children everywhere. In addition, the eye-catching illustrations that accompany her books make them a true treasure for young children.
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