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Autor/ica

Lana Momirski

Lana Momirski rođena je 1990. godine u Zagrebu, gdje završava jezičnu gimnaziju i nekoliko godina kasnije, Filozofski fakultet. Studirala je povijest umjetnosti i švedski jezik, prevoditeljski smjer, a kad ne prevodi, piše i crta. Njena ljubav prema dječjoj književnosti izražavala se dosad na više načina: 2013. godine sudjelovala je na međunarodnoj studentskoj konferenciji „Veliki dječji književnici/ice kao univerzalni kapital“ vodeći radionicu na temu tolerancije. Tekstove je objavljivala u časopisu Hieronimus te nekoliko zbornika, pohađala je niz tečajeva kreativnog pisanja povezanog s ilustracijom te je završila Ženske studije u Zagrebu završnim radom koji je bio oblikovan kao slikovnica. U 2020. godini u nakladi Malih zvona izašla joj je prva slikovnica "Jabukan" za koju je napisala tekst te ju je u suradnji s Ivanom Koren Madžarac ilustrirala. Iste godine objavljen je i njezin prvi prijevod sa Švedskog jezika, roman "Femicid" (Indigo knjiga, 2020.)

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Palagruža, the Topsy-Turvy Island

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The heroine of the story about the ‘topsy-turvy island’ Palagruža is the girl Gorjana who has to cope with a great change in her life: her father got a job as a lighthouse keeper, and she is moving with her family to a faraway island in the Adriatic Sea, lonely and strange, with no children to play with. Despite the sadness she feels leaving her friends and well-known environment, she boldly accepts the unknown and starts exploring her new homeplace. When with a group of fishermen who seasonally come
to the waters around Palagruža comes a girl, only a little older than Gorjana, the exploration of the ‘topsy-turvy island’ goes on in a deeper and merrier way, enriched with a friendship. Illustrations for this picture book are joint work of the text writer Lana Momirski who drew them and the visual artist Ivana Koren Madžarac who added colour, turning them into rich marine watercolours which will draw the young readers into the exciting island world.

 

Book #3711

Quince

14,60 

The picture book “Quince” tells a fantastic story about four friends who, during the summer holidays, cross the stream near the village where they live, although it’s forbidden. On the other side, however, they find neither “trolls, nor bogeymen, nor tusk-owners, nor dragon’s nests”; they encounter creatures that are almost the same as humans but live in forest dwellings. One of them, the boy Quince (with the word for apple in his name), will make friends with the four children and will reveal to them the secrets of the forests. The author of the text, Lana Momirski, intertwined a number of motives in this framework story: some of the friends will move to a bigger city after the school holidays, and the central heroine will have to learn to deal with parting; playing with Quince, children will learn to respect nature and all its creatures; the forest world will become a kind of refuge, but also a space from which the problems of reality and personal existence can be seen more clearly. Subtle watercolors, by Ivana Koren Madžarac and Lana Momirski, evoke to the young reader all the liveliness, warmth and diversity of this mysterious forest world.

 

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