Emmi & Einschwein 1. Einhorn kann jeder!
Emmi and Unipig 1: Unicorns Are Far Too Common!
In Pixietown, every child gets a magical creature for their tenth birthday. Emmi will turn ten next week, and she is absolutely sure that her creature will be a graceful, lovely unicorn. But when the day arrives, what does she see rolling towards her through the magical mist? A smiling pig — with a unicorn’s golden horn! Emmi cannot imagine a magical creature less special than the cheerful pink unipig who will be her magical creature for the rest of her life. As luck would have it, she has already told half the school that she will be getting a unicorn, so a unipig is the last thing she needs right now. But Emmi has no idea how unique her unipig will turn out to be!
A heartwarming story of friendship and identity.
Emmi and Unipig are simply adorable. Author Anna Böhm’s little heroes convey the wise message ’Be true to yourself!’ with great humour and charm.
“A turbulent, beautiful, true-to-life story, bursting with curious, clever, creative ideas, and the most wonderful illustrations – just the way a children’s book should be.”
Gelnhäuser Neue Zeitung
English sample translations of book 1 - 3 of the series available here!
- Recommended age: 8 +
- ISBN: 978-3-7891-0889-1
- Published: 22.01.2018
- Pages: 208
- Illustrations: 55
- Features: 55 illustrations, 55 B/W
- Publisher: Oetinger
Anna Böhm started out working with the Berliner Ensemble, studied scriptwriting at the Filmakademie BW and has since worked as an author. She has written several radio plays and children’s stories for Deutschlandradio Kultur. In 2016, she came third in the children’s radio play awards at Leipzig Book Festival with Unipig. Böhm lives with her two daughters in Berlin.more about the person
Susanne Göhlich was born in Jena in 1972. She began drawing while studying art history in Leipzig and has never looked back. She works for various publishers of children’s and school books, designs posters and does illustrations for magazines. Susanne Göhlich lives with her son in Leipzig.more about the person