How does one create a book about a city which changes completely from season to season? Helsinki is such a city: her architecture takes on different aspects as the year passes, and her contrasting moods are further influenced by the omnipresence of a changeful sea. American journalist Anne Roston Korkeakivi and English photographer Tim Bird have solved the problem by celebrating these changes themselves, charting the progress of a year in Helsinki, from the explosive advent of Spring, through the luxuriant sunshine of summer, into the testing autumn and the enigmatic half-light of winter. By means of a poetic narrative and over 80 full color photographs, this book reflects Helsinki's subtle shades and relates in affectionate detail the story of a typical ever-eventful year in the life of the Finnish capital.
In English and Finish.
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This book contains 30 activities at elementary level, all of them dealing with topics which form part of everybody’s daily lives, for example, families and leisure activities. The only materials the teacher and class need are the board, paper and pens.