iv. Our way with a Re-Turn to our roots for Celebrating World Book Days


    Celebrating the two World Days about books students and teachers had the idea (they got inspiration from a Forum discussion) to make a turn in their common way and return back to their roots. The purpose of the day is to promote the reading, writing, publishing and teaching of Literature throughout the world and to give fresh air to national, regional and international movements of authors.

    At the common Dashboard bellow they suggested national writers and books (Armenian, Belgian, Bulgarian, Serbian, Turkish, Greek and Swedish) for they partners. They all followed the same way of 'talking'  about their national book and writer in the common dashboard:

    1. We choose a book
    2. For every suggestion we make three posts
    3. We make the first post in the common Dashboard about the writer and we add at the same post and his/her picture
    4. We make the second post about the plot of the suggested book. At the upper side of the post we write the title or the book and the name of writer and name of the translator if it is known.
    5. We upload the image of the cover of the suggested book. At the upper side of the post we write the title or the book and the name of writer and name of the translator if it is known.
    6. At the end we realise that the posts are the last one upper to our Dash board and the last one down to our common Dashboard. That's the row
    7. Please, keep the order-rules so we all are going to have the best idea according to our plan and our expectations.


    Today 23 of April 2016 we have 23 suggestions added in our common dashboard!

    Thank you partners!

    They are (the number one is at the end of our Dashboard):

    1. ''Snow" by Ferit Orhan Pamuk a Turkish author

    2. ''Wildcat under glass'' by Alki Zei a Greek author

    3. ''Zorba the Greek'' by Nikos Kazantzakis a Greek author

    4. ''The Last Black Cat'' by Eugene Trivizas a Greek author

    5. ''The Slave Girl and Other Stories About Women'' by Ivo Andric a Yugoslav and Bosnian novelist

    6. ''Death and the Dervish'' by Meša Selimović a Bosnian and Herzegovinian author

    7. ''How to Quiet a Vampire: A Sotie (Writings from an Unbound Europe)'' by Borislav Pekic a a Serbian/Montenegrin author

    8. ''The Sorrow of Belgium'' (Penguin Twentieth Century Classics) by Hugo Claus a Belgian author

    9. ''The Misfortunates: A Novel Hardcover'' by Dimitri Verhulst a Belgian author

    10. ''Chapel Road'' by Louis Paul Boon a Belgian author

    11. ''18% Gray'' by Zachary Karabashliev a Bulgarian born author

    12. ''Life Can Be a Miracle'' by Ivinela Samuilova a Bulgarian author

    13. ''East of the West: A Country in Stories'' by Miroslav Penkov a Bulgarian author

    14. ''The Sandcastle Girls'' by Chris Bohjalian an author with Armenian roots

    15. ''The Road from Home: A True Story of Courage, Survival, and Hope'' by David Kherdian an Armenian-American author

    16. ''Passage to Ararat'' by Michael J. Arlen an English-Armenian author

    17. "Memed, My Hawk" by Yaşar Kemal a Turkish author

    18. ''Aniara'' by Harry Martinson a Swedish author

    19. ''The Dwarf'' by  Pär Fabian Lagerkvist a Swedish author

    20. ''The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'' by Stieg Larsson a Swedish author 

    21. ''The Ice Princess'' by Camilla Läckberg a Swedish author

    22. ''The girl who played with the fire'' by Stieg Larsson a Swedish writer

    23. ''My name is Red'' by Orhan Pamuk a Turkish author