pou taxidevoun me to Marino kai tin Marina"
(Travelling stories with Marino and Marina)
ASE, 1986, 1988, 1989. 4th edition Patakis, 1993 - 20th
edition 2014. 106 pp.
Part of it has been translated and published in the Albanian
magazine The little mermaid (Tirana)
Who said that only people can travel? There are
stories, which travel too. They are those which two children
exchange with their father, a journalist who is away on
a duty trip. His children, Marinos and Marina, write to
him every so and then about their everyday happenings,
most of them having to do with misunderstandings caused
by television ads. Their father sends, in his turn, the
most crazy and funny stories ever thought by a serious
father and a responsible journalist!
"...stories written in a humorous way. You
will like them a lot, they will cheer you up and you
will feel like reading them once more."
Maria Pyliotou, PEDIKI HARA magazine, no 4, Nicosia,
"Throughout the whole book, there is high-spirited
mood diffused by the author, who wants to play and laugh.
To play on the words we come across in our language,
to laugh at the TV ads results... With humour that underlines
many things, she nicely touches on problems that contemporary
style of living in cities has created while she offers
human and optimistic solutions."
Angeliki Varella, DIADROMES magazine, no 5, Spring 1987
"It is difficult to describe how much I relaxed
and how nice I felt as a mother who was in the position
of offering such texts to my child."
Eleni Tsialta, Athens, September 1989