Our lessons are based on European literature and cultural heritage: fairy tales, novels, and history. Among them, you can find: Pál Street Boys & Vuk (Hungary), Camino de Santiago & Don Quijote (Spain), Alice in Wonderland & Jungle Book (European), The walk of the absent-minded boy & The comics mouse (Italy), The Five Loaves & The Enchanted Pig (Romania).
THE FIVE LOAVES
Bring Creangă’s wanderers to life, and help them find the best solution.
CAMINO DE SANTIAGO
Follow the history of the pilgrimage of Santiago de Compostela, from Saint James the Apostle´s preaching around Iberian Peninsula until modern days’ pilgrim routes.
THE PAL STREET BOYS
Experience the adventures of two gangs of kids, the Paul Street Boys and the Redshirts, based on Ferenc Molnár’s world-famous youth novel.
THE JUNGLE BOOK
For a few minutes, become part of the life of Mowgli, the human-cub raised by wolves.
THE WALK OF THE DISTRACTED CHILD
This is the story of a little boy who goes for a walk. He is very distracted and does not notice that some pieces of his body were lost. Thanks to many kind people who notice his distraction, he is able to find the pieces of his body and arrive back home, where his mother is waiting for him.
Title subheading: Get to know the story of the wandering knight and his loyal squire by Spain’s greatest author, Miguel Cervantes.
Vuk and his brothers and sisters are born near the pond one spring. Their father Kag and their mother Iny have to hunt continuously to get enough food to feed them. Then the Ranger finds the fox’s home and sends in dogs to destroy the foxes that have been stealing from the village farmyards. The fox parents manage to save only one of their children: Vuk, who is left by the pond out of danger.
THE STORY OF THE PIG
They say there was once an old woman and an old man, the old man was a hundred years old, and the old woman was ninety years old; and both these old men were white as winter, and as gloomy as the weather, because they had no children.
ALICE IN WONDERLAND
Recreate Alice’s adventures down the rabbit hole with robots and get to know one of the greatest examples of literary nonsense genre by Lewis Carroll.
THE COMICS MOUSE
How can a group of mice communicate with one of their own kind out of the comic books who expresses himself only in Splash, Bang and Gulp? A fable that shows how overcoming one’s limitations can create extraordinary opportunities.