The story of a kind witch and her cat who invite three other animals (a dog, a bird and a frog) to join them travelling on her broomstick. And then the unexpected happens!
The book, originally released in 2001, has won numerous awards and been made into a film. Esperanto is the 23rd language into which it has been translated.
We are selling at the special price of £5, plus postage and packing, a saving of two pounds on the recommended retail price.
We intended to launch the book at our conference in April, now cancelled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has also caused delivery to be delayed. We will add the revised delivery date once it's been confirmed. We will send out the day that we take receipt of the stock, so if you pre-order, you will receive your copy as soon as is possible.
Spaco sur la balail', translated by Ian Carter, with help from Edmund Grimley Evans and Tim Owen. Pageset by Tim Owen. Published by Esperanto-Asocio de Britio, 2020. 32 pages, paperback. 271mm x 250mm x 4mm. ISBN 978-0-902756-34-2.
Some of the beautiful pages from Spaco sur la balail'.
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