Author: Pavel Hrnčíř
Imagine you are at the airport and you have to pass through the security check point. While you are walking through the metal-detecting frame, it beeps. A man in a uniform gives you a grumpy look and confiscates a toy gun removed from your backpack. Weapons are not toys and toys are not weapons, our parents say and they are right.
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|Number of pages||64|
|Year of publication||2012|
|Format (cm)||21 x 21|
Boys are always keen to play at soldiers, though. Nevertheless, there are places in the world where children become soldiers regardless of whether they like it or not. Our protagonist Little Drú didn´t want to play at soldiers. Yet, she got the Plechová Mína from one of them… A modern fairy tale written by Pavel Hrnčíř tells a story of what can happen to children in a different corner of the Earth. The witty and comics-like illustrations were done by David Böhm, a young designer repeatedly listed for the Chalupecký Prize.