The princess who didn’t eat eggplants, Chryssoula Loulopoulou
How troubled is the life of Princess Helena! She does not like eggplants, need she say it again?
Helena has everything. Toys, clothes, a big beautiful house and her parents adore her. How ungrateful on her behalf, people say! If she has all she could ever need, then why is she so sad?
And then, one day everything changed. Going through a hole in the royal fence, Helena meets… Felicity and she tastes a funny named food.
“The Princess who didn’t eat eggplants” is a fascinating story about friendship and the value of sharing goods.
“And f you believe in this tale and you also do good things for those around you, even if you are not a princess or a king… who knows? Maybe, with your little help, this world will be a better place!”
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Chryssoula Loulopoulou was born in Drama in 1962. She studied English Language and Literature in Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. Today she lives in Katerini and, after twenty years of work in the field of education, she now works in the public services.
Her first novel “The first, gentle truth” (Empeiria Publications) was published in 2002 and her second “God’s whisper in my ear” (Epektasi Publications) in 2008. She is currently working on her first poetry book, entitled “Red Squirt”.
She is an associate of the Cypriot, e-magazine Mag Newspaper (http://www.themagmedia.com).
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