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Pier Paolo Pasolini

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February 1, 2023

There has always been a great love for Pasolini’s work in Greece. On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of […]

Dimitris Kostopoulos: The Chalk – A “melodrama” between History and Fiction

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January 27, 2023

“The unification of truth (reality) with falsehood (fiction) is also a criterion of successful writing”A fascinating novel, with elements of […]

Life in Ashes & Merkourios Aytzis

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January 23, 2023

Through his new novel Life in Ashes – Days and Nights of Trebizond Merkourios Aytzis is taking us to Pontus […]

The “Selfish Giant” and Oscar Wilde

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January 9, 2023

The tender story of The Selfish Giant was written in 1888 by Oscar Wilde and holds an undeniably special place […]

After a meeting with Jean-Michel Guenassia in a bookstore* in Athens

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December 15, 2022

Jean-Michel Guenassia was born in Algiers in 1950 but left as a young man. He studied law and was a […]

The “Buried Words” by Erika Athanasiou

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December 13, 2022

This novel is based on actual events, with the story of a woman abused by her father since childhood. Her […]

Kids Games from our Old Readers

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December 2, 2022

Dr Evangelia Kantartzi, Lecturer at the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens The importance of play in a child’s development is undeniable. […]

Telephone Tales by Gianni Rodari

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November 23, 2022

Gianni Rodari is one of the greatest storytellers. His work The Grammar of Fantasy is one of the most important […]

The Ascent and the Book Club

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November 8, 2022

We have chosen to discuss Nikos Kazantzakis’ “The Ascent” because it is undoubtedly the publishing event of the year for […]

What Should I Take With me as I Leave

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November 1, 2022

A book by two authors, kindergarten teachers, Niki Kantzou and Filio Nikoloudi who have written many books on the acceptance […]

A Small Taste of “Magna Graecia”

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October 7, 2022

Coming back from a trip full of images, voices, meetings with people, and discoveries, you try to put some sort […]

Libraries In Villages – But Unfortunately Not In Greece

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June 21, 2022

As part of the European Programme EU Read&Art I visited Ignalina a while ago, a small town in Lithuania, a 2-hour […]
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TPM2 in Paris – 25-26 October 2022

Reading Labs Online – April – May 2022

Reading Labs in Athens with European Readers – February – October 2022

LTT1 “EU-READ&ART. Creative Trainers, Creative&Digital Learners.” – Day 5

LTT1 “EU-READ&ART. Creative Trainers, Creative&Digital Learners.” – Day 4

LTT1 “EU-READ&ART. Creative Trainers, Creative&Digital Learners.” – Day 3

LTT1 “EU-READ&ART. Creative Trainers, Creative&Digital Learners.” – Day 2

LTT1 “EU-READ&ART. Creative Trainers, Creative&Digital Learners.” – Day 1

TPM1 in Ignalina 24-25 May 2022

Blended Mobility – Training for Readers Team Leaders “LET’S BOOK TRAILERS”

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