ONLY AVAILABLE IN GERMAN
Lis and Eagle Owl are awake
A tale for children and their grown-ups of all ages, in picture and script.
The Journey to the Moon Part One.
2nd edition of 100 copies
To read aloud, explain, discover, look at, forget, find again.
Based on a story by Bujar Berisha
Written by Bujar Berisha and Lili Vanilly
Illustrated by Lili Vanilly
This picture book is meant to be rediscovered together and alone over the years. It can sharpen one’s own alertness and perception. And inspire discovery.
Lis is a small child who one night just can’t fall asleep. It looks out of its bed into its dark room and discovers the moon through the window, full and round in the sky. Curious, Lis stands at the open window and continues to look at this bright sphere, wondering if this thing can be touched.
Then an eagle owl flies by and starts talking to the child about the moon and the world. Lis wants to visit the moon, but doesn’t know where to start to make this idea a reality. So the two of them take stock of the situation to get an idea of the way to their goal, so that they can take the first steps together.
The story could encourage the reader to do the same. To find out a desire and get to know it exactly so that it becomes clear what needs to be done to be able to live it.
It further inspires to awaken, sharpen and open the senses, and to trust and follow this own perception – which is the only thing that connects us to our being.