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Klassiker zum Vorlesen, 9783770701797
  • Recommended age: 5 +
  • ISBN: 978-3-7707-0179-7
  • Published: 22.07.2019
  • Pages: 384
  • Illustrations: 300
  • Features: 300 illustrations, 300 colored
  • Publisher: Ellermann Verlag
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Rudyard Kipling

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Iris Hardt

Iris Hardt was born in 1971 in Essen, Germany, and studied illustration in Münster. Today she works in a communal studio, illustrating textbooks and children’s books for various publishers.

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Miriam Cordes

Miriam Cordes, who was born in Hamburg in 1970, studied commercial art and children’s book illustration at the Institute of Graphic Art and Design at the Hamburg College of Visual Arts. Miriam Cordes best likes illustrating children’s books and has already published some picture books.

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Stephan Pricken

Stephan Pricken was born in Moers in 1972 and originally studied at the Münster Art Academy to be a primary school teacher but after his first state exam switched to the University of Applied Sciences in Münster, where he studied design, making illustration his main subject. He has been a freelance illustrator and member of the Hafenstraße group in Münster since 2004. For more on Stephan Prick...

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© Hans Häring

Angie Westhoff

Angie Westhoff was born in 1965. She studied German and history in Munich, where she still lives today. Angie Westhoff works in advanced teacher training and writes children’s books. A Case for Penelope is her first published work.

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©Simone Plum

Anne Ameling

Anne Ameling was born in 1976 and studied history, English and Romance languages in Cologne, where she still lives today. She has worked in the marketing and sales department of a publishing house in Cologne and today works as a freelance editor and author.

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© Oetinger / Joerg Schwalfenberg

Rüdiger Bertram

Rüdiger Bertram was born in 1967 and after graduating from university worked as a freelance journalist and book author. Today he writes mainly children’s books and occasionally also comedy film scripts. He lives in Cologne with his wife, son and daughter.

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