The Sun Who Lost His Way – “And what is so wrong with my liking game playing instead of learning Geography?” That’s what the naughty sun, Shiny, kept saying all the time. One day the time he should rise and shine, in order to start a new day for people, came. Cheerful and eager, he began, but soon he became confused and lost his way. What should people do to help the naughty little sun? A story about the importance of everything, no matter how small or big, and the power of helping each other. Another great book from Saita Publishing, translated from the original Greek version.
By: Evridiki Amanatidou and Evgenia Papaioannou
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