Silvia Marsz is a mother of a little boy and children's book author, using poetic terms to take children on a journey through a world of color and courage. The pictures in her books are original, acrylic paintings, yielding a spectrum of beauty and tone. The characters are created and seen from the perspective of plants and animals, given human-like quality. She uses rhythmical terminology to tell stories in the most memorable and simplistic terms. When she is not writing, she can found taking a stroll through a Vienna park with her son or cuddled up on her couch reading a book.
After Tim lost his parents, he lives alone in a little hut in the edge of the woods. A flame and a bluebird play a major role in Tim's discovery of himself, leading him on a journey, which changes his whole life. Will they bring some luck for Tim? The reader will travel with Tim through rich, colorful illustrations of woods and finally to a small town, where he befriends a beautiful girl Alina.
The Hungry Frog seeks to capture the Clever Butterfly in order to satisfy his hunger. All of his previous plans failed to capture the butterfly, so he sought the consultation of his friends Mr. Spider and Mr. Bee. Nice story with rhytmical rhymes which leads the reader on a journey, page to page, through rich colorful paintings of landscapes and floral beauty.
Sir Tulip and Bumblebee is a colorful children's book, full of characters created and seen from the prospective of plants and insects. They take on human quality through the exploration of friendship, relationship, loyalty and kindness, which includes the main character, Sir Tulip who rejects the friendship of the Bumblebee. The story moves forward by rhyme and rhythm of lyrical proportion.
“Who Paints The Trees In Autumn?” is the first book of the series “Who Paints The Four Seasons?”
Anna goes on an adventure in search of the most important question in her life. Which led to her parents and grandparents. Not fully satisfied with their answers, so she sought other measures. A star boy enteres her life, whom she thought would answer her question.