Kake Kake knows that darkness often hides in the most unexpected places - sometimes under the bed, the blanket or even in the bathroom! Kake Kake decided to catch the darkness and get rid of it forever so that it wouldn't scare her or the other children anymore! But is the Darkness really so great and terrible? Do you really need to get rid of what you fear? Maybe you just have to learn to live with it? Käke Käke already knows that without darkness there would be no light. And stars. And beautiful colorful dreams.
Kake Kake's picture books are a series of books about a five-year-old girl who enjoys her childhood and tries to get to know the whole world around her! While getting to know him, the heroine faces various situations and challenges - fear, jealousy, anger, laziness. Unexpected stories, told with the help of a lot of unique illustrations, do not moralize, but help to arouse the child's imagination and encourage him to find the right answer himself.
"And what child is not afraid of the dark?!" There are evenings like this when Ula and Mēta are worried about the dark. Without waiting for anything, we pick up this book of Kakės Makės and read it together. She really helps the girls to calm down and make friends with the darkness", says Ieva Arnauskienė, mother of four children, author of the blog "Two Makes Six".
The author and illustrator of the book, Lina Zutaute, is an artist and writer of children's books, who was born and still lives in Siauliai. The first author's book "Kake Make and Netvarkos nykstukas" appeared in 2010. and was recognized as the best book for young readers by the International Association of Literature for Children and Young Adults (IBBY). in 2013 Lina Zutauta was awarded the children's literature prize for her work for children, for the combination of image and word. The author's work has been translated into Latvian, Estonian, Russian, Danish, Italian, Korean and many other languages.
Recommended for children aged 3-6 years.