Categories

Fiction

Hans Christian Andersen: The Journey Of His Life

4800AMD

Author:Heinz Janisch
Illustrated by: Maja Kastelic
Pages: 52
Cover: hard
Size: 22x29cm
Language: Eastern Armenian
Published: 2021

 

Hans Christian Andersen's tales are read all over the world. The great Danish writer created eternal childhood heroes. It seems like a fairy tale - the amazing story of Andersen's life. From the shoemaker's son to a famous writer.
Heinz Janisch elegantly told about Andersen's life and intertwined the most famous tales in his story. With her wonderful paintings, Maja Kastelic has created a new treasure trove of illustrated books.

Why Beethoven Threw the Stew: And Lots More Stories About the Lives of Great Composers

3600AMD

Author: Steven Isserlis
Translated from English by: Lucille Janinyan
Pages: 224
Cover: hard
Size: 14x20.5cm
Language: Eastern Armenian
Published: 2021

The Bear, the Piano, the Dog, and the Fiddle

3800AMD

Author: David Litchfield
Translated from English by: Alvard Jivanyan
Illustrated by: David Litchfield
Pages: 36
Cover: hard
Size: 22.5x30.5 cm
Language: Eastern Armenian
Published: 2021

The Wind in the Willows

2700AMD

Author: Kenneth Grahame
Translated by: Sona Seferyan
Pages: 256
Cover: soft
Size: 13x20cm
Language: Eastern Armenian
Published: 2022

The outcome of Kenneth Grahame’s bright mind and vivid imagination, the classic tale “The Wind in the Willows”, arouse admiration and everlasting love both in adults and children. Mole, Water Rat, Badger and finally Mr. Toad of Toad Hall grant people joy and excitement, they charm and fascinate them. It seems to you that the characters are your friends; you have travelled together all around the world, come across the kind and the evil and remained the way you were born.

The Bear and the Piano

3800AMD

Author: David Litchfield
Translated from English by: Alvard Jivanyan
Illustrated by: David Litchfield
Pages: 36
Cover: hard
Size: 22.5x30.5 cm
Language: Eastern Armenian
Published: 2017

     One day, a bear cub finds something strange in the forest. When he touches the keys, he embarks on a journey that makes him away from his home to a new and wonderful land, where beautiful sounds fill the air and fame and riches hand ready for the taking. The city is everything the bear has ever dreamed of, but deep down something tugs at his heart.
     This moving tale explores the places our dreams take us, and shows us those who wait for our return.

2300AMD

4700AMD

4400AMD

4900AMD

7800AMD

6700AMD

A Little Princess

2600AMD

Author: Frances Hodgson Burnett 
Translated by: Alvard Jivanyan 
Illustrated by: Reginald B. Birch 
Pages: 304 
Cover: soft 
Size: 12.5x20cm 
Language: Eastern Armenian 
Published: 2015 

     A little Princess is one of the most popular novels by Frances Hodgson Burnett. The plot is catchy and engrossing. Sara’s father who is a young and wealthy captain takes his daughter to London to study at the boarding school for girls. From her early childhood the girl has been used to luxury and boundless care and despite her father and Indian maid pamper her and do all what she wishes, Sara grows as an honest, kind, clever and polite young girl. At Miss Minchin’s school Sara lives through many hard days and unexpected bitter miseries which she weathers relying on her fair and gentle heart and always behaving as a true princess.

New Pranks of Emil from Lonneberga

2200AMD

Author: Astrid Lindgren 
Translated by: Ashkhen Bakhchinyan 
Pages: 144 
Cover: soft 
Size: 12.5x20cm 
Language: Eastern Armenian 
Published: 2016 

     Astrid Lindgren continues to trace Emil’s mother’s diary and unfolds new pranks of the little imp from Lonneberga. There is an abundance of feast tables in this second novel about Emil. And while everybody is waiting to see the shooting star in the sky, Emil falls down of the table with his horse and scares the hell out of everyone making them laugh in a minute and as the story develops he earns his townsmen respect managing to set up a delicious table for elderly people of asylum and giving a good lesson to the despotic Headmistress. 
     Now not only Emil’s mother but also all of us know how kind is Emil’s heart - the prank with blue eyes and golden curls.

Do You Know Pippi Longstocking?

3200AMD

Author: Astrid Lindgren 

Translated from Swedish by: Ashkhen Bakhchinyan 
Illustrated by: Ingrid Vang Nyman 
Pages: 24 
Cover: hard 
Size: 22x29 cm 
Language: Eastern Armenian 
Published: 2016 

     Tommy and Anika have dreamed to have a mate to play with for quite a long and one day in the next door shows up Pippi with her horse and a small monkey called Mr. Nilson. Pippi is incredibly strong and can easily lift her horse from the ground. She has neither a mother nor a father to send her to sleep in the middle of fun and Pippi always does as her fancy takes.

Long Live Emil from Lonneberga!

2400AMD

Author: Astrid Lindgren 

Translated from Swedish by: Ashkhen Bakhchinyan 
Pages: 192 
Cover: soft 
Size: 12.5x20cm 
Language: Eastern Armenian 
Published: 2016 

     This prankster who has found his place among our favorite characters and who lives with his father Anton Svensson, his mother Alma Svensson and his younger sister Ida on the Katthult farm in the town of Lönneberga, Småland county starts his lessons at school. Their house maid Lina is sure that Emil will find a place in heaven only when there is a need for someone’s help with thunder bolts. In this volume Emil enters a few crazy deals at Bakhorva auction, catches 1200 crayfish contrives to get into the anti-alcoholic center with his tamed pig, unwittingly locks his Dad in Trise’s cottage on the day of exam on the Holy Book and at the end of the story he manages to perform such a feat for his dear friend that both Lina and everyone in Lönneberga change their opinion of him.

Order call Number sent