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Age 9+
Fantasy
Vol. 3

KoboldKroniken 3. Klassenfahrt mit Klabauter

GoblinGronigles. Class trip with Kobalin

Daniel Bleckmann (Written by), Thomas Hussung (Illustrated by)

  • Short text snippets: Perfect for children aged 9 and over who love adventures and don't want to or can't read that much.
  • Cool storytelling: Written in a trendy diary style by Daniel Bleckmann.
  • Brilliant visuals: Monster-like illustrations by Thomas Hussung
  • Big Goblin world: The GoblinGronigles are accompanied by lots of great products such as activity books, escape adventures, games and a cool app.

Class trip with Klabauter? Rumple is a goblin after all!

In the third volume of the GoblinGronigles series, Dario and his friends take their class to the North Sea - to finally relax from the exciting missions in the goblin world of Gwertz. Rumple is of course along for the ride, although he is anything but comfortable with water. In addition to the usual class trip problems (mobile phone ban! The food is disgusting! The bed is too soft!), Lennard continues to ponder over the mysterious Song of the Seven.

When the friends meet a blue goblin, a Klabauter, on a museum ship, they already suspect that they will soon be travelling to Gwertz again. Klabauter tests, Drakkball games and a sinister threat are already waiting for Dario, Lennard, Clara-with-a-C and Rumple.


 

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Age 9+
Fantasy
Vol. 3

Product details

  • ISBN: 978-3-7512-0387-6
  • Published: 09.02.2024
  • Length: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Oetinger

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Written by

Daniel Bleckmann

Daniel Bleckmann was born in 1977 on the threshold between the Lower Rhine and the Ruhrpott. After jobs in film and advertising, he set out in 2008 to explore the mysteries of the German school system. In the meantime, the biology and German teacher has collected more anecdotes than he can ever squeeze…

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Illustrated by

Thomas Hussung

Thomas Hussung was born in 1990 and started drawing shortly afterwards. All kinds of monsters and mythical creatures adorned every sheet of paper that came within reach of his pen. He studied communication design in Hamburg and now works as a freelance illustrator and author. He still loves to draw monsters,…

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