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Henriette Wich (Author), Christiane Hansen (Illustrator), Mathias Weber (Illustrator), Miriam Cordes (Illustrator), Astrid Henn (Illustrator), Marina Rachner (Illustrator) | further

Mein allererster Vorleseschatz

My Very First Read-Aloud Treasury

I'm only two and already love story time with you! Includes rhymes, songs and tickling and finger games

What’s more enjoyable for tiny tots than short read-aloud stories that deal with their everyday lives? There’s one about little Alina who’s off to nursery school, one about Felix and his outing in a handcart and another one about Manuel, who’s looking forward to seeing his friends and playing with his castle … an anthology of stories that are conducive to snuggling – as well as to listening, marvelling and falling asleep happily to rhymes and songs.

Rounded corners and strong paper for small children’s hands

Plus rhymes, songs and tickling and finger games

  • Recommended age: 24 months +
  • ISBN: 978-3-7707-0225-1
  • Published: 20.01.2020
  • Pages: 96
  • Illustrations: 80
  • Features: 80 illustrations, 80 colored
  • Publisher: Ellermann Verlag
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Henriette Wich

Henriette Wich was born in Landshut in 1970. She studied German and philosophy and worked as an editor before she began writing children’s and youth books.

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Christiane Hansen

Christiane Hansen was born in Würzburg in 1973 and studied illustration at the College of Applied Science in Hamburg (Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften). She works as a freelance illustrator of children’s books.

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Mathias Weber

Mathias Weber was born in 1967. After studying graphic design, he first worked for an advertising agency. He is a free-lance illustrator and graphic designer and has already illustrated several children’s and picture-books.

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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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Astrid Henn

Astrid Henn was born in Aachen and after studying visual communications worked as an art director for various advertising agencies in Hamburg, and as a freelance designer and illustrator. She has been working exclusively as an illustrator for some years now and enjoys illustrating children’s books best. She lives with her family in Hamburg.

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Marina Rachner

Marina Rachner was born in Hamburg in 1971 and studied children’s book illustration at the city’s college of design. Since then, she has worked as a freelance illustrator for various publishing houses.

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