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Tom Tiritom and the Divided Country

Tom Tiritom and the Divided Country



Christos Mpoulotis
illustrator: Nikolas Andrikopoulos

Patakis Publishers, 1999
ISBN 960-378-303-Χ, ISBN-13 978-960-378-303-9, [In Print]
Price € 14,51

The two cities of Elka and Zini were once a single place called Elkazini. And in the middle of the city was a bridge with seven arches, which the inhabitants demolished at some point, nobody remembers why any more. And when they demolished them, two very strange things happened. All the clocks stopped, and the inhabitants lost their voices, or rather they spoke so softly they could no longer be heard. Everything was upside down until the day Tom was born on one side of the river. When Tom turned seven, he began to speak normally, in a normal voice. And -miraculously- he seemed to have a well-wound clock in his brain, because he knew how to tell the time. So he decided to go out into the street every hour and hit his little drum on the hour. Everyone got to know him by the name of Tom Ti-ri-tom. And this little boy set himself the task of reuniting the two sides of the divided city. Can a small boy of seven accomplish this task when everyone is against him? Tom Tiritom does not give up...

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