Iraklis Lampadariou, is a young man with great enthusiasm and with a sense of solidarity. He started Saita Publications and gave the opportunity to the young and old authors to publish and promote their work, free of charge and freely. It was a bold venture! It took soul and virtue to shape the dream. It took courage!
“Let your books fly free”, is Saita Publications’ slogan, and it allows the authors to promote their work with no charge to their readers, with the Creative Commons License. Saita Publications redefines the relationship between reader-author-publisher, with no restrictions. In a time where poverty forces many not just to live but survive, access to books is difficult. That is when Saita Publications appeared, and with their selflessness and without profit, gave the chance to any bookworm to keep on reading. This is where it met the book “Είμαι παιδί, έχω και εγώ δικαιώματα” (I am a child, I have rights too), on the never ending Saita flight, and began its digital journey.
I would like to give a warm thanks to Iraklis Lampadariou for trusting me, and to Minos-Athanasios Karyotakis, who designed the cover and did the page layout of the book, and to everyone else who helps Saita Publications to bloom, by donating their time selflessly.
Frida Kritsotakis was born in Katalagari Heraklion,
Crete. She first studied Architecture and later Teaching.
She lives and works as a Preschool Teacher in Heraklion, and likes to write
stories for children and adults.
Translation: Metaxia Tzimouli
Editing: Tina Moschovi