Inspired by his Transylvanian heritage, Gyuszi Sütő’s stories mix old-world charm, a love of family, and a fascination with technology and science. His young, wide-eyed protagonists are deeply curious—their sense of childish wonder beautifully evoked by the full-color drawings of Liza Danila.
In "The Story of an Apple," a boy’s father explains the science of apple trees—and teaches him how to value the things he once took for granted. In "The Siblings," a brother and sister go on a day-long treasure hunt, an adventure with a heart-warming surprise ending.
Within these fast-paced, dialogue-driven stories, there are several life and relationship lessons, spanning two generations. Sütő’s book promises to inspire as well as entertain.