Daniela Stamatiadi Illustrator DANIELA STAMATIADI is a graduate of the Athens School of Fine Arts. She works in Athens as a painter, illustrator and visual arts teacher. She has been a freelance children's books illustrator since 2000, producing more that a hundred books. She is a recipient of the The International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) award (2010) and the Greek Graphics and Illustration (EVGE) award (2012). She was also invited to represent Greece at the 2012 Salon du Livre in Paris. Daniela exhibits her artwork worldwide in galleries and museums. In 2013 she received two EVGE awards and an Andersen Award nomination.
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Rika Z. Vayianni, author (Greece)
Daniela Stamatiadi, illustrator (Greece)
It’s So Boring to Be Bored
A kind and clever witch's magical journey from perpetual boredom to finding the meaning and essence of life
Kira is a talented, kind and clever witch with one single flaw: she is perpetually bored even though she has everything anyone could ever wish for.
On the eve of her ninth birthday (which is 29,000 in human years) Kira does not know what to do: she tries the best and most beautiful dresses and styles her hair in fifty-six different ways, yet nothing seems to work. She feels as bored as ever and unable to impress her one and only guest: herself!
Until her wise cat Nyara, an immortal, discreet, noble, and incredibly effective feline comes to her rescue with a totally unexpected gift and teaches Kira the most important lesson of her life.
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