Tag: Janusz Korczak
Bedside table #26. Magdalena Kicińska: Why buy toothpaste when I can buy a book?
Magdalena Kicińska, a reporter and poet, talks about the difference between professional reading and reading for pleasure, about the book club, to which she owes a lot of her literary fascinations, distrust in publishing marketing, the path from fiction to reportage, poetry as a tool, as well as about the books she gave to prisoners.
First full Italian translation of Korczak's “Król Maciuś Pierwszy” with the support of the Book Institute
The first full translation of Janusz Korczak's book Król Maciuś Pierwszy (“King Matt the First”) has been published in Italy. Italian Polish philologists and an Italian philologist together with students of the universities of Bologna, Florence, and the Pedagogical University of Cracow worked on the translation. The edition was supported by the Book Institute as part of the ©POLAND Translation Programme.
Janusz Korczak’s “Król Maciuś Pierwszy” in Chinese with the support of the Book Institute
A translation of Król Maciuś Pierwszy (“King Matt the First”) was published in Taiwan. The book was translated by Wei-Yun Lin-Górecka. The publishing of Janusz Korczak's book was supported by the Book Institute as part of the ©POLAND Translation Programme.