Die kleine Eule zieht um
The Little Owl Moves House
Susanne Weber (Written by), Tanja Jacobs (Illustrated by)
- The first read-aloud book of the Little Owl.
- Using the example of the little owl, children learn: Don't be afraid of a moving house.
- A difficult subject for children is explained in easy rhymes in a way that is suitable for children. and has a happy ending.
The Little Owl has to move! What a shock, although she loves her little nest with the dormouse as her neighbour. But the tree is simply too rotten and no longer a safe place for the owl. Fortunately, the dormouse tells her a secret: where your loved ones are, you will also feel at home! With this knowledge and the help of many friends, the little owl finds the move much easier. When all her friends visit her in her new nest, the little owl realises that moving is a great thing!
- ISBN: 978-3-7512-0457-6
- Published: 12.01.2024
- Length: 64 pages
- Publisher: Oetinger
Susanne Weber works as a freelance children’s book editor for various publishing houses and also enjoys writing the occasional children’s book text herself. She lives with her husband and two sons in Berlin.
Tanja Jacobs was born in Augsburg in 1971 and studied communication design at the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim from 1993 to 1998. A freelance lllustrator today, she works mainly for publishing companies and theatres, tirelessly breathing life into ever new characters.