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A Stick Called Cyril
A Stick Called Cyril

A Stick Called Cyril

5-7

JUVENILE FICTION

32 Pages, 9 x 11

Formats: Hardcover Picture Book

Hardcover Picture Book, $19.99 (CA $26.99) (US $19.99)

Publication Date: October 2021

ISBN 9781913060107

Rights: US & CA

Faros Books (Oct 2021)

Not yet published. Ships 10/1/2021.
 

Overview

A simplistic-looking but profound story, with a wonderful message about human relationships.

A simplistic-looking but profound story, with a wonderful message about human relationships. In a busy world, where things are easily thrown away and replaced by new ones, it's rare to find a true friend. A friend who stands by you no matter what, a friend who shares your dreams, a friend who is there through life's ups and downs, a friend like Cyril. A heartwarming tale about a boy who finds something—something to keep forever, something which no one else has ever found . . . a Stick called Cyril. An allegory on life and death, time, friendship, and trust. A reminder that simple things may have important worth in our lives, more than we can imagine. A little stick can be transformed into a treasure for the person who is willing to appreciate its value.

Author Biography

Nearchos Ntaskas is an illustrator, designer, and founder of Polkadot Design. He has been highly involved with art creating fine quality illustrations and design for cultural organizations, museums, and personal exhibitions. He has designed posters for Megaron the Athens Concert Hall, Lincoln Center NY, and Acropolis Museum among others. His work has been distinguished in American Illustration, European Design Awards, German Design Council Awards, and EBGE awards. Alison Falkonakis is a British writer. She has been shortlisted for the Bridpoint Prize for her poetry and her first two children's books were nominated for a Public Award. She has also made the White Ravens list of 2015. Apart from writing, Alison has translated many Greek stories into English so that they can be shared across the world.