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Miss Day-after-tomorrow and the game of Time

"Miss Day-after-tomorrow and the game of Time" / "Domnisoara Poimaine si joaca de-a Timpul", Curtea Veche Publishing House, 2014, won the most beautiful book of the year prize at children's book section, at the Romanian National Contest of Book Design. The contest, dedicated to book design, takes into consideration the artistic dimension of the book, as well as the degree of innovation and originality in the editorial concept and general approach of book design.
The book also won the title of Best children's book of the year, at Ready-to-printing Gala, 2015, an event dedicated to  the excellence in the book industry.
"Miss Day-after tomorrow and the game of Time" is also in the selection of White Ravens Books 2015: "The White Ravens label is given to books that deserve worldwide attention because of their universal themes and/or their exceptional and often innovative artistic and litterary style and design."


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