Lithuanian school in Iceland, Trys Spalvos (Three Colours), strives to educate its small pupils' artistic and creative abilities. It has therefore invited Icelandic writer and illustrator Áslaug Jónsdóttir, co-author of children's books about the skrímsl, fantasy creatures similar to trolls, to visit Lithuanian children.
Lithuanian school in Iceland Trys Spalvos

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