Vol. 2 - Ein Lied für die Gilfen
Alea Aquarius - A Song for the Gilves
The Alpha Cru writes a song for the Gilves because she knows music is what they love most. With the help of an eavesdropping snail, Alea Aquarius and her friends manage to squeeze the song into a shell and take it down to the cave city, where the Gilves live. Will the Gilves get the message?
Alea Aquarius imparts courage, stands for friendship and is dedicated to protecting the environment and helping her fellow humans – the perfect recipe for hours of reading fun with Alea and the Alpha Cru.
- Recommended age: 8 +
- ISBN: 978-3-7891-1044-3
- Published: 15.04.2019
- Pages: 64
- Illustrations: 30
- Features: 30 illustrations, 30 colored
- Publisher: Verlag Friedrich Oetinger
Tanya Stewner did not fall in love with books at first sight. After
her primary school teacher had told her parents it was unlikely
that she would ever learn to read and write properly, the girl from
the Bergisches Land did not develop her passion for writing until
late, i.e. the age of ten. But from then on, it was the love of her
life, and the stories came out in a flood. Born in 1974, Tanya
Simone Hennig was born in 1981, trained as a publisher and
bookseller and studied English, Scandinavian languages and
children’s and youth literature in Frankfurt am Main. After working
for the publishing companies S. Fischer and Friedrich Oetinger, she
works as a freelance editor, author and publisher of children’s and
young adult books today and lives with her family in Hamburg.
Claudia Carls was born in 1978 and studied children’s and young
adult book illustration in Hamburg. She works freelance,
illustrating and designing picture books for her own manuscripts
and those of other authors, books for children and young adult,
reference works and posters.