Connect with Serbian culture by enjoying its fairy tales.
For Christmas, I received the book Serbian Fairy Tales, compiled and edited by David Falkayn, published in 2004 by Athena Books.
The book didn’t take long to get through as it is only 68 pages. It contains 13 short stories and two illustrations, found at the end of the book.
I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to anyone looking for a quick read, to those interested in learning about Serbian culture, or those that enjoy fantasy tales of far of lands.
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A Serbian-English children’s book about self acceptance. A book review by Tongue Talk Serbia and a 6 year old.
THE AUTHOR: “Da Li Sam Ja Mala?” is one of many books written by Phillip Winterberg. He writes children’s books about topics related to friendship, mindfulness, and happiness.
SYNOPSIS: “Da Li Sam Ja Mala?” is about a little girl named Tamia, who is on a mission to discover how others see her. What she finds is how she sees herself.
It is a story about size and perspective. Each character Tamia talks to sees her from a different point of view. To some she is small, to others big. But what does she see for herself? Read it and find out!
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Bring Balkan inspired food to the table with just a bit of Vegeta.
Vegeta is a versatile seasoning that is produced by a Croatian Company, Podravka. It has been around since the birth of Barbie (1959)!
I am not sure of the correct pronunciation for the word vegeta. I grew up saying Ve-get-a, however I’ve recently heard it called ve-jet-a.
Eating and cooking with vegeta make me feel like I am stepping into Eastern Europe. It is a staple seasoning in the Balkans.
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