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a book about woman's identity

Hana (2014)

Hana (2014) is a collection of ten short stories that provide glimpses into ten different periods of Hana’s life and her journey of self-discovery. Everyday moments rendered in a contemplative, lyrical style act like windows into her private world in which she tries to define and find herself. And in those little moments, she unwittingly reinforces the connection with her roots, with her home.

"On a weekday, she would sit still and just listen, scanning the village from one end to the other, finding out what others were doing too quickly, so small was the village. It was buzzing six days a week, but Sundays were divine, even the dogs were quiet. Well, except for one poor creature that cried out painfully every time the loud church bell announced whatever it was announcing. On Sunday, nothing moved and nobody was in sight. There were absolutely no noises that would suggest an activity of any kind. It was not the people who rested, but the village itself, the organic creation that stretched around, breathing effortlessly and at peace."

a book about woman's identity

Môj Škriatok (2016)

Môj Škriatok (2016) is a children's ebook in Slovak beautifully illustrated by Diana Nemesu. It encourages creativity through singing, painting and making up rhymes. It is perfect as a lullaby or for long car trips or a doctor's waiting room. As a part of a bigger project aimed at digital balance, it leads children and their parents into their meaningful use of the digital.

"Môj Škriatok, pozri sa,

pozri sa na nebo,

uvidíš tam veselých

baránkov stádo."

"Môj Škriatok, pozri sa,

pozri sa na nebo,

uvidíš tam veselých

baránkov stádo."

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