My Parents Are Not My Real Parents

Rachel Karafistan

Kamil Macejko

The Empty Space

Marianna Sztyma

Staring from the Hill

Norbert Rybarczyk

Disco Cry

Marianna Serocka

Chernobyl. The Zone

Francisco Sánchez

Natacha Bustos

Sale of comic books and graphic novels for Ukraine

We’re launching a book sale, all proceeds from which will be donated to help Ukraine. There are 7 comic books and children’s books from Eastern Europe (including 4 from Czechia) in English and one Czech comic book in Ukrainian. Many thanks to our friends from our warehouse in Great Britain who offered to pack and […]

We’re launching a book sale, all proceeds from which will be donated to help Ukraine.

There are 7 comic books and children’s books from Eastern Europe (including 4 from Czechia) in English and one Czech comic book in Ukrainian.

Many thanks to our friends from our warehouse in Great Britain who offered to pack and send your orders at no profit, thus supporting our action!

Comic books for children
Forest Beekeeper and the Treasure of Pushcha by Tomasz Samojlik
The story takes place after the third partition of Poland, when the king of Russia wants to present a piece of ancient forest to his general in recognition of his merit, but the general wants to cut the forest and sell it for timber. The eco-warrior Ignat and his helper Lucja protect the forest against the Russian invaders.

Puppet, Plum Pit, Plum, Log and Back to Puppet by Vojtěch Mašek, Chrudoš Valoušek
A Czech version of Pinocchio. Winner of the 2019 Bologna Ragazzi Award. An anti-utopia with elements of political satire.

Discovery That Never Was by Mārtiņš​ ​Zutis
A smart and funny book for children from one of the brave Baltic Baltic countries – Latvia.

Silence of The Hippo. Black Folktales by David Böhm

Another beautiful Czech graphic book.
African tales collected by the illustrator’s sister, who worked in an African school. Award for the most beautiful Czech children’s book of 2009.

Comic books for adults
Moscow by Øystein Runde, Ida Neverdahl
A very politically incorrect (2015) comic book by two Norwegian authors who spent a few shocking days in Moscow. Vladimir Putin makes a frequent appearance. The comic is impossible to forget!

So Far So Good by Jan Novák, Jaromír 99
A true story about how a group of Czechs fled to West Berlin in the 1950s, triggering the largest police manhunt in the history of the Cold War. The book was also published in Ukrainian.

Wake Up
An anthology of comics from Frame Festival in Prague, then still organized by us. Almost one hundred works on the theme of awakening, some metaphorical, others very political. Last copies.