Search Results: "Viktoria Töttös"


ARABY by James Joyce
by James Joyce, developed by Crocobee, illustrated by Viktoria Töttös
Released: Sept. 14, 2011

"A classic story in an appealing format. (iPad storybook app. 14 & up)"
This app version of the short story culled from the collection in Dubliners explores the inner journey from childhood to adulthood. With beautiful prose and psychological depth, this is quintessential Joyce, in which coming of age is set squarely on the road to disillusionment. Read full book review >


TSVETAEVA by Viktoria Schweitzer
Released: June 15, 1993

"Sometimes a slog, but worth it. (Illustrations)"
Marina Tsvetaeva (1882-1941) is the least read of the four great modern Russian poets (Pasternak, Akhmatova, Mandelstam), her poems (translated here by Peter Norman) and fine theoretical prose as subject to drowning in the tempestuous waves of her life-history as anything else she held closest to her. Read full book review >


LET'S GARDEN by Clara Lidström
Released: April 1, 2016

"A great incentive to get down and dirty with ordinary garden soil and seeds, this fresh, sweet book will spark enthusiasm for gardening in even the most urban kids. (Nonfiction. 6-10)"
A Swedish import via Germany with an unmistakable Scandinavian ethic, this charming guide to gardening for young children is described in the introduction as "not a book for grown-ups." Read full book review >