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- A postbox activity book, with a posting slot and letters to post.
- Develops motor skills and co-ordination through play.
- Amusing rhymes by Cornelia Boese.
Rona Raccoon writes a wobbly note to Maxie Mouse to say that she has baked a cheesecake and would like him to share it with her. But oh dear: the letter finds its way to the old badger instead of Max. And then it goes to the pony, the fox, the cat and the sheep. Will Max ever receive his letter and get to share Rona’s cheesecake? Detach Rona’s letter from the first page, and send it from postbox to postbox. Then you’ll find out!| 24 months +
- The latest book in the bestselling “Little Owl and Friends” series.
- More than 1.9 million Little Owl products sold, with more than 11.4 million YouTube views and 6.5 million streams.
Don’t be afraid of the dark! Empowering stories for the youngest readers.
Why is it always so horribly dark at night? The little bat daren’t go out. Thank goodness she has friends to encourage her, as she can in fact find her way at night thanks to her superb hearing. Does she dare to venture out into the dark? An empowering story for all little ones who are afraid of the dark and want to overcome their fears. With delightful rhyming text by Little Owl author Susanne Weber and enchanting illustrations by Tanja Jacobs.| 18 months +
Mummy wants to put her baby owl to bed. Too bad that the little owl is not at all sleepy. She tries out all kinds of things to make her tired. She listens to the birds, takes a lovely bath, and drinks tea made from leaves. But instead of falling asleep, she sings along with the birds, plays at being a pirate in the bath and has to go to the toilet again because she drank so much tea. Not until Mummy has finally kissed her goodnight can the little owl fall asleep. | 18 months +
Little Owl wants a cuddle - so Daddy declares that “today is Cuddle Day”.
Thus the Little Owl sets out to cuddle all her friends. The really special thing about this book is that all the flaps make up a hug - so all the animals can take it in turns to give the Little Owl a big cuddle.
- Witty concept: the flaps become a hug for the Little Owl.
- Now everyone can cuddle their favourite little owl.
- Delightful rhymes by Susanne Weber coupled with superbly detailed illustrations by Tanja Jacobs.
Happy Birthday, Little Owl! The Little Owl is beside herself with excitement as it’s her birthday tomorrow!
Her parents are obviously the first to give her cakes and presents. The sparrow also wants to visit her - but he’s not alone: Granny, Grandpa and numerous other guests come to serenade her too. Oh, if only every day could be her birthday!
The board book classic featuring the sweetest little owl in the world, as part of the Oetinger Nature series. 100% eco-friendly, non-toxic and climate-neutral, printed in Germany using dyes from sustainable sources and recycled card.
- Sustainably produced eco-friendly board book for the smallest hands.
- Keep on celebrating the Little Owl’s birthday!
- The second title in the bestselling series, also available as an Oetinger Nature edition.
- Always popular with children: birthdays and receiving presents.
This fun look and find book invites you to peep behind the doors of the children’s hospital.
Who attends the Casualty department, and what happens in an operating theatre? Has Granny Jette lost her way again? What kinds of tricks are the hospital clowns up to? Is that an octopus hiding in the parents’ lounge?
Find out the answers to all of these questions and many more besides - and if you look closely, you’ll keep on finding new things in the hospital hustle and bustle. Oh, and the clinic owl is hiding on all the pages. Can you find him?
- Follow-up to the much loved look and find book, produced in conjunction with the Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE).
- Real people and places depicted with humour and warmth.
- Helps to reassure children facing a hospital stay.
| 3 +
The Hare family is awaiting a new arrival!
Tom and Titus, Valentin, Emma, Frieda and Fienchen are allowed to put their paws on Mummy’s ever-growing tummy. And then Matti finally arrives! They are all thrilled to bits. But the little hares also have to get used to Mummy and Daddy now having less time for them. It’s a good job they’re all so good at helping out.
- Important topic for many small children: a new brother or sister.
- The birth of everyone’s favourite bunny Matti - a dream come true for all fans of the series.
- 380,000 books sold in the Seven Little Hares series.
What do feelings actually look like? How does your face show that you are angry, happy or sad? Can you match the feeling to the animal and his or her situation? It’s the raccoon’s birthday and all his friends are celebrating with him. Of course he’s very happy and he’s therefore smiling! And how does the hippo in the sandpit look when his newly baked sand-cake collapses? Turn the wheel and find the right facial expression.
- An interactive board book to help children to recognise and name their feelings.
- The robust spinning wheel makes child’s play of identifying feelings and also promotes fine motor skills.
- Ideal for both reading aloud and solo discovery.
What has the tiger got stuck between his teeth?
Oh dear: the beaver’s incisors are all dirty from too much puddle water! And the hippo’s chops have got grassy green spots. There’s only one thing for it: it’s tooth-brushing time! Grab your brush and help the animals to clean their teeth. Up and down, left and right - and bingo! All their teeth are nice and shiny again.
- Sturdy lift and slide features enable small hands to brush the animals’ teeth.
- A fun take on a daily chore.
- Iris Blanck’s amusing illustrations are the perfect complement to Cornelia Boese’s cheeky rhymes.
There’s always something going on in our neighbourhood: Elif is going to pre-school, Ben is allowed to buy things in the bakery, Finn and his granny are off to the cinema, and Beatrix goes for a vaccination.
Every page of this fold-out board book is a house, and there’s loads to discover - because town is anything other than grey and boring. Take a peek behind the fun flaps!
- Die-cut fold-out book with flaps turns a house into an entire street.
- Folds out in no time at all; the perfect nursery decoration.
- Urban setting and diversity in one sturdy board book.
What sorts of things can you get up to at kindergarten?
Let the merry kindergarten group guide you through their day. Singing during circle time, craft, birthday celebrations, dressing up, treasure-hunting outside - there’s so much to do and discover! What do you like best?
This board book helps to alleviate young children’s fears of their first day at kindergarten, and offers them and their parents and carers a plethora of ways to start important conversations about their new daily routine.
- Diversity seen through a child’s eyes: protagonists with differing backgrounds.
- A colourful depiction of day-to-day life at nursery or pre-school.
- An ideal talking point for children and their parents or carers.
Poor little owl! A delightful book about making hurts better. The little owl has hurt herself. The fox comes along and blows on the bump, the mouse brings a plaster and the snake strokes the little owl’s cheek. But what’s the best way to make it better? A kiss from Mummy Owl, of course! With the cutest little owl in the world, this book is an absolute favourite with very young children! A charming story of kindness and empathy told in clear pictures and simple rhymes children will have great fun joining in with. | 18 months +
Thanks to the many sliders in this book, kiddies will all adore the little owl even more now! The little owl has hurt herself. The fox, the mouse, the snake and the bear do their best to comfort her. “Ssssht!” says snake, stroking her cheek. “Blowing helps,” advises fox. Their efforts are all very well, but in the end, only one thing helps: her mummy.
The top bestseller with sliders on every page. In large format with delightfully amusing rhymes that comfort and distract!
| 24 months +
Ouch - the Little Owl wants to howl because she’s bumped herself! Her friends all rush to help her: the fox blows on it, the mouse brings a plaster and the snake strokes her cheek. That’s all well and good - but nothing works as well as a kiss from Mummy Owl! The board book classic featuring the cutest owl in the world: now part of the “Oetinger Nature” series. Printed in Germany on 100% eco-friendly, non-toxic, climate-neutral recyled board, using ink made from renewable materials.
| 18 months +
Splish splash splosh - who’s having a wash? The little otter lives at the edge of the forest, where he has all kinds of adventures throughout the year. He plays in the water, searches for tasty treats, and takes young forest explorers by the flipper, enabling them to enter his thrilling and fabulous world. A truly sustainable board book in all ways: just like all the books in the “Oetinger Nature” series, it’s printed in Germany using toxin-free and environment-friendly recycled paper.
| 18 months +
Who’s that peeking out of the den? It has to be the little fox! He, too, has found a place to live in the forest. This board book follows him on his journey through the seasons, during which he slips out for nocturnal expeditions and enjoys gobbling up sweet red berries. There’s nothing lazy about the little fox, though: just watch him prance through the snow! A fabulous, sustainably produced eco-friendly board book; part of the “Oetinger Nature” series.
| 18 months +
Wait - who’s the black and white striped creature with the little snub nose living in that underground burrow? It can only be the little badger, who’s waiting for the sun to set. He’s itching to go on his thrilling adventures in the forest and to take young forest fans on a journey through Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter. A sustainably produced and beautifully designed eco-friendly board book - perfect for all children who love nature!
| 18 months +
Fiddle-de-dee, who’s up in the tree? It can only be the little squirrel! He scampers around merrily, anxious to experience the changing seasons in the forest - and, of course, takes young readers on his journey. See how he busily gathers supplies, and how cosy he makes his drey when the weather turns colder. A fabulous eco-friendly board book; part of the “Oetinger Nature” series.
| 18 months +
Only one more sleep to go until Christmas! Fox and Mouse are beside themselves with excitement and would start celebrating already, given half a chance. But there’s still so much to do in the Christmas House! Mince pies need to be made, the candles on the Advent wreath need to be lit - and the presents aren’t wrapped yet, either! Can you help Fox and Mouse get everything ready on time so that their Christmas celebrations can begin? A first rhyming Christmas activity book with magical illustrations.
| 24 months +
Brrrr … it’s very cold in the sea. So it’s not surprising that the Little Whale is freezing. But he naturally doesn’t want to move to the warm South Sea as that’s too far away. And the blanket which the seahorse tries to give him is far too small. Thank goodness the lobster is so good at knitting, for in a trice he manages to make a warm algae shawl for the little whale. Cheerful and colourful illustrations and delightful rhymes quickly turn the Little Whale into the new star among the Little Owl’s friends.
| 18 months +
Isn’t there a snuggly place going spare anywhere? The tired Little Kitten would love to move in with her Granny Tina who lives on the farm. But it’s already full to bursting with other animals: hens, pigs, hares, ponies and, of course, a cow have already found their cosy spots. But what about the Little Kitten? Thank goodness Granny Tina isn’t just warm hearted but also has a soft bed - because that’s still the very best place to snuggle up. A picture book with counting rhymes to join in with while you’re snuggled up.
| 18 months +
Festive days for little witches: Lisbet’s exciting Christmas Christmas! And there’s still sooo much to be done! Little witch Lisbet doesn’t know what to do first. Decorate the Christmas tree? Do some Christmas baking? Or take care of Trixi, the lively little witch child? After all, there could be a knock at the door any moment now. And everything has to be ready when the Christmas witch arrives!
Available as a board picture book for the first time – with fold-out pages. | 24 months +
It’s Christmas for the Lama Family. But hang on a moment: there’s something missing … of course! The Christmas tree! Mummy Lama, Daddy Lama and Little Lama immediately set off to find one. They whizz daringly down the mountain, have oodles of fun in the sparkling snow, and in the end they naturally find the perfect tree. They huff and puff back up the mountain in order to get the tree home and decorated as quickly as possible. Then they just have to light the candles, get the musical instruments out, and the drama-lama Christmastime can begin!
| 24 months +
Hurray - it’s Granny Day! Granny Days are particularly special days as there’s so much to do. You can do the best gymnastics with Granny; a flat tyre is no problem for her; and when you’re picnicking in a field, everything tastes better - and she’s also the best at blowing dandelion clocks! Touching stories with enchanting illustrations by the popular illustrator Daniela Kunkel: a wonderful love letter to all Grannies around the world.
| 24 months +
Grandpa is the best! No question about it. There’s never a dull moment with Grandpa. You take immediate command as the young captain of his boat; there’s no-one better with whom to look at the stars; and Grandpa’s apple pie is better than anyone else’s! This gentle rhyming book, sensitively illustrated in loving detail by renowned illustrator Daniela Kunkel, makes one thing quite clear: there’s nobody better than Grandpa! | 24 months +