Mein Bruder der Elbenritter
hat nicht mehr alle Ziegel auf dem Dach
My Brother the Knight - Going Through the Roof!
Although Finn is in Year 4, he still can’t read properly. In order not to let anyone know - and particularly not his parents - he learns all the books off by heart which might be read out loud in class. But then he meets Yuki. Yuki says that he is a knight who is searching for the key to the gate which will give him entry to his people. During a school trip to a museum, Yuki finds this key. He grabs it, then grabs Finn, and they jump out of the museum window. They then embark on a rooftop adventure greater than anything Finn could ever have imagined…
- Addresses the topic of reading difficulties with sensitivity and a good dollop of humour.
- A neat mixture of fantasy and children’s everyday life.
- Thrilling cat and mouse game, lovingly and wittily illustrated by Nikolai Renger.
- Recommended age: 8 +
- ISBN: 978-3-7513-0013-1
- Published: 09.09.2021
- Pages: 172
- Publisher: Dressler
Thomas Möller and Sebastian Grusnick are co-authors of film scripts and plays for children. They both live in Hamburg, are both twins and both love telling stories.more about the person
Sebastian Grusnick and Thomas Möller are co-authors of film scripts and plays for children. They both live in Hamburg, are both twins and both love telling stories.more about the person
Nikolai Renger was born in Karlsruhe and studied visual communications at Pforzheim University’s School of Design. Renger works as a freelance illustrator for various publishing companies and agencies.more about the person