Title of the week
Acclaimed for their unique work, artists Witold Vargas and Paweł Zych have come together again to take us on a journey through the nether world and our own in search of saints and devils inhabiting the Polish land.
Another book in our “black trilogy” which began with In the Accursed Mountains, featuring European vampires.
The Kiss of a Water Maiden by Jerzy Buczyński is a collection of fantastic stories based on old tales and legends.
This lexicon presents female figures turning into animals, known from myths, legends and tales. Taking the readers on a journey to various corners of the world — from the Land of Cherry Blossoms, to the United Kingdom, to the Amazon Rainforest — Anna Lewicka tells stories about forty women and their remarkable skills.
Following the great reception of the “Slavic Bestiary” series, one of its authors, Witold Vargas, prepared a sequel, this time focusing entirely on animals.
Magical Professions. Blacksmith, Wizard, Alchemist is another book by Witold Vargas and Paweł Zych, which is a continuation of the extremely popular Legendarz series.
Another volume in the bestiary series by Witold Vargas, this time on the creatures from the Land of the Rising Sun. We discover the mysterious and magical beasts, demons, and spirits that the Japanese call yōkai.
The Small Bestiary. Invisible Helpers is an outstanding read for youngsters who are passionate about stories of mythical beasts, dwarves and Slavic creatures.
Greek Mythology Beasts and Monsters. A Lexicon byBartłomiej Grzegorz Sala presents over seventy mythological creatures from ancient Greek beliefs.
Biblical Beasts and Monsters is a kind of gallery of fantastic creatures that appear on the pages of the holy book of Judaism and Christianity.
The third and last part of the “black trilogy” by Bartłomiej G. Sala. The book portrays creatures, which – according to alchemists’ notes, historical sources, public opinion, and literature and film classics – were made by men by means of magic, alchemical practices, or scientific experiments.