Don’t Be Silly-Wrong Leg, Billy!

Text by Antonis Papatheodoulou
Illustrated by Petros Bouloubasis

Billy is a happy octopus whose eight legs have
very different jobs. But sometimes things get mixed up so imagine what can happen when one leg starts to do the job of another! An hilarious and beautifully illustrated picture story book.

Around the World in 80 Days or, A Fortune Made of Experiences

Text by Antonis Papatheodoulou
Illustrated by Iris Samartzi

The adventurous trip of Mr. Phileas Fogg, An English gentlemen who accepts a wager to travel around the globe in eighty days, or lose his whole fortune!

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea or, Nemo, Nautilus and Other Mysteries of the Deep

Text by Antonis Papatheodoulou
Illustrated by Iris Samartzi

The Story of the mighty submarine Nautilus and the fearsome captain Nemo, who travels the world’s oceans and explores the marvels of the seas

Odysseus’s Journey

Text by Philippos Mandilaras
Illustrated by Natalia Kapatsoulia

The fascinating adventures of Odysseus who is trying to return home after the Greeks have won the Trojan War.

The Twelve Gods of Olympus

Text by Philippos Mandilaras
Illustrated by Natalia Kapatsoulia

The twelve Gods of Ancient Greece lived on Mount Olympus from where they ruled the world. Their incredible stories still enchant us thousands of years after they were first told.

From the Earth to the Moon
or a Cannon for Peace

Text by Antonis Papatheodoulou
Illustrated by Iris Samartzi

Impey Barbicane thought of making the greatest cannon of them all. Α powerful cannon, made to shoot not the enemy, but the surface of the moon!

Journey to the Centre of the Earth
or A Planet Full of Secrets

Text by Antonis Papatheodoulou
Illustrated by Iris Samartzi

A secret message put Axel and his uncle, Otto Lidenbrock, professor of mineralogy, into great adventures, leading them to descend all the way to the centre of the Earth!

Odysseus and Penelope

Text by Philippos Mandilaras
Illustrated by Natalia Kapatsoulia

Odysseus finally returns to his home island Ithaca and to his wife Penelope.

Theseus and the Minotaur

Text by Philippos Mandilaras
Illustrated by Natalia Kapatsoulia

One of the biggest heroes of Ancient Greece, Theseus, enters the Labyrinth to kill the Minotaur.

Who stole the Sun?

Text and Illustration by Clair Georgelli

This is the story about a quiet and peaceful village where everything was fine until the moment that someone took the sun away! But why would someone do such a funny thing?