#KeepItGreek with a children’s book to keep your kids in touch with the Greek language


During these days of incarceration, The Greek Herald wants to make sure you keep in touch with the Greek language and #KeepItGreek.

So every week we will suggest some e-books or audio books, which you can download freely from the internet and read in the Greek language.

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We start with suggestions for a children’s book.

One of the most popular stories of all time. “The Little Prince”. It excites young and old. A masterpiece that was born in a correspondingly difficult time, like today’s. World War II. A lesson in life and humanity, which you can listen to below.

Giota Staneloudi’s “King Koronoios” is a short story, aimed at preschool and early school children. It is a story that humorously describes the unprecedented situation that our planet is experiencing these days. Everything is going smoothly when King Coronius decides to go to war with his people. He seeks to rule them. How do the people react? Will they be able to remove him? Download the story from the address below.

If you just want to hear a fairy tale with the voice of the famous Greek actress, Xenia Kalogeropoulou, sit back and listen to “House with Cats”. You will appreciate it, especially if you have a pet.





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