A touching narrative from the period of the Second World War. About the sacrifice of mothers who are willing to give up their children just to go to safety and survive. A story of cohesion, strong bonds against the backdrop of the beast war and the ever-approaching “final solution”.
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The year is 1936. In the eyes of fifteen-year-old Stephan Neuman, the Nazis are just noisy grobians. Stephan comes from an influential Jewish family and is a promising author of plays. The boy’s best friend is the mathematically gifted Žofie-Helene, a Christian whose mother publishes a progressive anti-Nazi newspaper. Hitler’s control of the country by the pair shakes him. The lamp of hope appears in the form of Truus Wijsmuller, a member of the Dutch resistance movement. Truus smuggles Jewish children from Nazi Germany to countries that are willing to take care of them. When the United Kingdom also offers help, he dares to approach Adolf Eichmann, the man who was involved in the final resolution of the Jewish question. Truus fights against time. Every day it is increasingly impossible to save such as Stephan, his little brother Walter or Zofia-Helene. Will she make it?
Noe (Sebastian Fitzek)
German master of breast thrillers and his scary story on the border of fiction and reality. Although he wrote the book in 2013, he very authentically described the situation we have today. They call him Noah, he has it tattooed on the palm of his right hand, but he has no idea who he is, where he comes from and why he lives as a homeless man in a blind subway tunnel ten meters underground. He is confused and looks for answers: who can he talk to about it? Is he running away from something, or is he being persecuted by evil forces as his friend from the Oscar hideout tries to persuade him? He begins to search for his own identity and Noah experiences a nightmare. Little by little, he learns of his role in a terrifying global conspiracy that has claimed tens of thousands of lives and threatens all of humanity … It is shocking to read this thriller in 2021, when the COVID-19 pandemic swept the world. In its background, many conspiracy theories abound, similar to the one Fitzek develops in the thriller, but in the real world, fortunately, they remain only in the plane of fiction.
A story about how strong love can be and how important hope and courage are for us. Paris, 1944. The beautiful and adored singer Genevieve Dumont, also known as the Black Swan, will become the darling of Nazi officers in occupied Paris against her will. For a brave young woman, her privileged position is very challenging, but at the same time it allows her to function as a link in the resistance movement. When Genevieve finds out that her mother, Baroness Lillian de Rocheford, has been captured by the Nazis, she realizes that it is only a matter of time before the Gestapo breaks Lillian and obtains information about the impending Allied invasion. The resistance movement is determined to silence the baroness at all costs, but Genevieve refuses to stand idly by as her mother becomes another victim of the war. He joins his long-unseen sister Emmy, a British agent, and convinces his manager, Max Bonet, also a British secret service agent, to help them plan and execute an extremely risky plan that has one goal: to save Lillian’s life.
Mandatory reading for everyone who cares about their health, good digestion and proper nutrition. People often follow myths and misinformation when it comes to their health, which often results in serious damage to their health. In this book, the authors present information and facts based on scientific evidence. They bring together individual organs such as the stomach, esophagus, small and large intestine, gallbladder … they add the most common diseases and treatment options. They explain medical procedures such as gastroscopy, colonoscopy, enteroscopy or endosonography, which we are often afraid of, but they show that the fear is out of place. Finally, a very important part of the book – myths and facts about digestion. Do we really spend 7 years chewing gum? Can milk help with gastritis? And is bubble water really harmful? Very clear information, a number of useful tips and a clear, engaging graphic design.
Samuel Bjork has won a number of Slovak readers with his Nordic detective stories such as I Travel Alone, The Owl and The Boy in the Spotlight. Last year, the first part of his children’s crime series Detectives was released from the yard, and now here’s the second story. The case of the invisible dog. As you know, former football player Kim founded a detective club with his three friends and classmates Párk, Aryan and Heidi. They meet regularly in the switchboard they set up in the former tumble dryer on the attic, communicate with walkie-talkies, and often read the Great Handbook for Detectives, which writes about everything the detective needs to know. One day, a dog disappears from the French court where they live and soon, unfortunately, it turns out that he is far from the only one – lately, as if several four-legged pets have fallen into the ground! Fortunately, court detectives find out about the case in time, but they face a mystery that is much more complicated and frightening than they expected.
Halka is an experienced author of children’s television projects, she has already published books about Fidlibum, Otek, and now the second book in the series about Ghosts is published. You already know that there are five ghosts in Strašihrad, whom you don’t have to be afraid of at all. And they’re looking for their lost friend. Siblings Strašihnát, Strašimora, Strašiharaši and twins Strašisliz and Strašibrečka live in Strašihrad and are preparing a birthday party for the friend of the owl Buba-Buba. However, it disappears unexpectedly! An exciting search will reveal the mysterious clues that lead to the village of Lapichmata. However, going on a long journey is not easy for a ghost. After all, if they reveal themselves to people, they will disappear forever. Fortunately, their loyal friend Cica and the confused bat Chiropter are here. Will the brave ghosts manage to save Buba-Buba?
An extremely important book not only for beekeepers, but for all of us. Yes, it is not only the dreaded diseases and their triggers, such as e.g. Varroa forceps, bee brood plague or tadpole. New types of pathogens, climate change, plant protection products and wax adulteration are also the cause of the weakening of bees and whole hives. But we can all contribute to bee health. In order for bees to survive healthily in urban conditions, close cooperation between beekeepers, their associations and veterinary authorities is essential. This book is helpful in overcoming bee family problems, diagnosing and combating disease. “I offer my knowledge to everyone who advocates for bee health, from” simple “to experienced beekeepers, to institutions and research groups in laboratories, universities and veterinary offices,” says the author.
Milan Buno, book publicist
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