Nassya Kralevska-Owens is a Bulgaria-born journalist and author of the books: Untitled - Destroyers and Builde'rs of Bulgaria (2001, 2003, 2006, 2011 - in Bulgarian), its English version Communism versus Democracy - Bulgaria 1944-1997 (2010), Shared Childhood (2009 - in Bulgarian), and Bulgaria Under Communism (2016 - in Bulgarian).
She lives and works in Philadelphia and is married to Dr. Aaron J. Owens.
Dimitar Kelbechev was born on 01.03.1958. In 1978 he graduated from the High School of Music - Plovdiv, and in 1983 - from the University of Veliko Tarnovo, majoring in Graphics. He works in the field of Graphics, graphic design, illustration and N-shapes. In 2006 he received an award from the Bulgarian Ministry of Culture and in 2001 was awarded the Prize for Graphics by “Anubis” Publishing. He is the author of the graphic concept “European Month of Culture” in 1999. Cofounder of the Group “Edge” - 1989 and Cofounder and member of the editorial board of “Stranitsa” (“Page”) Magazine, Dimitar Kelbechev lives and works in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
Bitter-sweet true stories about the everyday life, games and emotions of three little girls growing in the 1950s in a world which does not exist any more - without video and computer games. Raised during their early childhood with love and understanding by their parents, grandparents and relatives, the children experience a big shock when they enter the oppressive educational system of communist Bulgaria. A lot changes for them, including their behavior and their activities. They quickly become used to a double life: one for home and one for school. They learn never to tell what they really think, to lie a bit and,..
The book could be of interest for children over 8 years old and for grown-ups.