A travelling puppet show for the youngest inspired by the story of the establishment of a little library in Gorski Kotar.

The show for the youngest children The Happy Little House by authors Ivana Đula and Milica Sinkauz directed by Morana Dolenc developed from the same-named award-winning picture book by Karmen Delač Petković (HR) and Dijana Arbanas (HR) with illustrations by Darko Macan (HR), written according to an intriguing, true story about the founding of the first library in the small village of Kuti in Gorski Kotar back in 1936, upon the incentive of the villagers themselves. The story of this, probably the smallest, library and reading room in Croatia, which is special in the Croatian as well as European context, has been turned into a puppet version and in a very simple way and with an understandable story about emotions, the coexistence in the animal and plant world, speaks to children about the importance of community and humanity, about work, perseverance and self-denial which always bear fruit.

This small travelling show, with the possibility of holding workshops for children, brings children closer to the world of books and the importance of reading and enriches and entertains them, just like the library, a real happy little house, has enriched and made life easier in the village during times of economic crises, both then and now.