Little Alma on the Great Journey
Through the picture book, we embark on a visual journey alongside Alma to distant worlds and far corners of the globe. Through a poetic lens, the illustrations draw us into a mysterious world full of adventure. The story expresses the power and allure of little Alma as she navigates landscapes on her great journey.
The Silk Road Trilogy part 1
Hallerstein: The Foreign Astronomer in the Forbidden City
Through its pages, Slovenian and Chinese children alike can learn about the rich history of Hallerstein and his era. The illustrations, made using old painting techniques on Chinese paper, add a timeless artistic dimension to this enchanting tale.
The Silk Road Trilogy part 2
Giuseppe Castiglione: A Painter in the Forbidden City
Due to various historical circumstances, Castiglione’s contributions remained absent from mainstream Chinese fine arts history and largely unknown to foreign historians. In the age of globalisation, his outstanding role in fostering Chinese-Western cultural exchange has been unveiled and acknowledged. The bilingual nature of this book caters to both Chinese and Slovenian readers, ensuring that the story reaches a wider audience.
The Silk Road Trilogy part 3
I, Marco Polo
This bilingual picture book offers readers a glimpse into the wonders of China, the Silk Road, and the Chinese language. Through vivid descriptions of Marco Polo’s adventures, the readers can explore and understand the rich tapestry of faraway lands, fostering a deeper appreciation for our global history and the shared experience that transcends cultural boundaries.