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Elisabeth Zöller (Author), Brigitte Kolloch (Author), Susanne Wechdorn (Illustrator), Nora Paehl (Illustrator) | further

Mein kleines Vorleseglück. Eins, zwei, drei – Schluss mit Streiterei!

Two mice are quarrelling about who is allowed to live in the apple. But then they work out that the apple is big enough for them both - and in fact it’s much nicer not to live on your own! Princess Priscilla is supposed to be choosing a husband. But she doesn’t care for the big, strong knights who are arguing about her. Instead, she chooses the nice, kind-hearted knight Ronald. Lukas, for his part, is particularly interested to know the answer to this question: what does ‘getting on with people’ mean?

- A handy book, lovingly designed.

- A new story in the popular series.

- Emotion-packed stories for all everyday situations: on the bus, on the train, in the car.

  • Recommended age: 4 +
  • ISBN: 978-3-7514-0040-4
  • Published: 10.07.2021
  • Pages: 48
  • Illustrations: 50
  • Features: 50 illustrations
  • Publisher: ellermann

Elisabeth Zöller

Elisabeth Zöller was born in 1945 and dreamt of becoming a writer “later on” when she was still a child. First she wanted to do something else so that she could “save up lots of things in her head”. She studied German, French, history of art and education in Munich, Lausanne and Münster. After teaching at various grammar schools for 20 years, she began writing in 1989. Today she has published...

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Brigitte Kolloch

Brigitte Kolloch was born in 1975. Already as a child she enjoyed telling and writing down stories. Today she works as a nurse for premature infants. She has never stopped writing, and a few years ago her first book was published. She lives and works in Hannover.

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Susanne Wechdorn

Susanne Wechdorn was born in Klosterneuburg near Vienna and followed up a degree in law by studying at the Higher Graphic Instruction and Experimental Institute in Vienna. She has been working as a freelance illustrator since 1990. Susanne Wechdorn illustrates school and children’s books for many German and some Austrian publishing houses.

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