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Fix, Patrick (Written by) Fix, Patrick (Illustrated by)

  • Popular topic "robots": cool or dangerous - or both?
  • Funny and richly illustrated - motivates even the most reluctant readers!
  • A book designed for low readers with lots of fun, excitement, fast-paced space adventures and a lot of humour. Donors/purchasers are adults who are looking for the right reading material for their children, especially boys.

On Proxima Centauri, the annual school trip is coming up: The school spaceship is supposed to take Sammy's class camping on a forest planet. But the space bus is pulled into a black hole and spat out broken at the other end of the universe! The students are able to leave just in time with the rescue capsules, and Sammy and his friends land on an apparently uninhabited planet. Space debris piles up as high as a house. In the midst of the mountains of rubbish they find a small robot. With its help, they locate the space bus and repair it. But as soon as it is ready for take-off, there is an explosion. That can't be a coincidence! Who is up to mischief on the junk planet?

 

| 8 +

Tatlisu, Anja (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

  • With the popular NA tropes forbidden love and morally grey characters.
  • A college romance with a dark twist - emotional and tingling
  • For all fans of Lena Kiefer, Mona Kasten and Nikola Hotel.

Mila moves to New Haven for her studies at Yale University. On her first day there, she meets the charming but mysterious Easton. The two immediately feel a connection to each other. At the same time, they are worlds apart: While Mila grew up well protected as a policeman's daughter, Easton's family seems to be feared throughout the city. Despite all the warning signs, Mila is unable to stay away from Easton. Meanwhile, he tries to finally put his dark past behind him with all his might. Until it suddenly catches up with him - and drags Mila along with it.

 

| 16 +

Nguyen-Kim, Mai Thi (Written by) Meimberg, Marie (Written by) Meimberg, Marie (Illustrated by)

  • Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim, bestselling author and award-winning science journalist, and Marie Meimberg, Grimme Prize nominee and International Emmy Award winner
  • As poetic as Oliver Jeffers, as scientifically sound as the popular science show KURZGESAGT
  • With a lot of heart and brain: Astonishing for both children and adults!

When you read this book, you will understand why dinos are still alive and what this has to do with the history of the earth. With evolutionary theory, animal competition and the fact that we survive better when we are very, very different. You will understand: This seemingly small question is connected to climate catastrophe, good-bad simultaneity, mass extinctions, T. rex climbing frames and island kiwis. And with us. With the question of how we want to live. And how we change the world with our human magic.

| 7 +

Nguyen-Kim, Mai Thi (Written by) Meimberg, Marie (Written by) Meimberg, Marie (Illustrated by)

  • Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim: bestselling author and award-winning science journalist.
  • As poetic as Oliver Jeffers, as scientifically sound as the popular science show maiLab
  • With a lot of heart and brain: Makes children and adults marvel!

When you read this book, you will understand why stars shine and what this has to do with dancing particles, air pressure and heat. With the carbon cycle of life, CO2 and plants. With the formation of the universe, our Milky Way and our Earth. You will understand: This little question is about life and death. And about building blocks that are created in stars. Building blocks from which everything on our planet is built. Including us. Because we are all made of stardust ...

| 7 +

Clivia, Isabel (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

  • Because of a series of murders, the protagonist gets a second chance at love.
  • Witches - now in the new-adult genre.
  • Exciting urban romance with crime elements.

Find the truth in a web of lies

Although Reva has uncovered a conspiracy within the elite of New London, she has been unable to find the true culprit behind the series of murders in the human world. As unrest in witch society grows, she returns to her magical home in search of answers. In the midst of roaring festivities, she has to find out who is friend and who is foe. In the process, her secret feelings for Gabriel are anything but helpful. Especially as he is firmly convinced that he must fulfil his duties as the spring heir. But it is not only her forbidden longing that complicates the investigation, but also the growing darkness within herself. A race against time begins in which she could lose everything ...

| 16 +

Dorne, Juli (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

  • The Fate series delivers an original reinterpretation of Greek myths - with heart-pounding guaranteed.
  • The fast-paced sequel: Rio and Taru take on the most powerful of all gods: Zeus.
  • Volume 2 of the feminist gods romance with a bodyguard theme.

Can they rewrite their history?

After Pandora's revelations, Rio no longer knows where her head is. She is supposed to be a goddess of fate? She hopes for comfort from Taru, but he threatens to sink into his own darkness and seems unable to catch her. Bitterly disappointed in him, Rio finally goes to Olympus - the epicentre of the world of the gods. Here she finds a second family and finally her first answers. None other than Zeus takes her on and pushes her appointment as goddess of fate, which would bind her to Olympus forever.

Which puts Taru on the spot. He has already lost his only love to Zeus once, and he is not prepared to let that happen again. What he hasn't considered in the process: Rio is not a woman to be saved. And she is hell-bent on taking her fate into her own hands. Even if she has to take on Taru - and the father of the gods himself.

 

| 16 +

Mallon, Lina (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

  • Self-exploration with influencer and bestselling author Lina Mallon
  • Intimate insights, insights, life confessions
  • A great inspiration for strong women

Which decisions set the course for our lives? Which encounters change the way we think? And what makes us become the person we are? Lina Mallon gets to the bottom of all these questions for herself and tells of love, of failure, of the small and big moments that the journey to oneself holds in store - in a very personal and intimate way.

| 16 +

Gohla, Mareike (Written by) Heyn, Viktoria (Written by) Stuhlberger, Martina (Illustrated by)

  • 30 little time-outs let nature enter into everyday family life.
  • For outdoor rituals to slow down and relax.
  • Practical and beautiful card format can be used flexibly.

Off to the countryside - with the whole family! This box is filled to the brim with nature and lots of outdoor time! Collect a rainbow in all the colours of nature, go on exciting animal and plant challenges or try out outdoor yoga together - 30 inspirations for time out in the green let young and old breathe deeply together and let nature enter into everyday family life.

| 3 +

Krüss, James (Written by)

About laughter, the devil and an incredible hero
Timm Thaler has a wonderful laugh that’s so infectious people can’t help joining in. But when the mysterious Baron Natas promises him a lot of money for it, Timm sells his laugh. From the moment the baron has Timm’s laugh, Timm finds that every bet he makes is a winner. But he soon also realises that a person without a laugh is not a real person – however many riches he may amass. Timm forges a plan to win back his laugh. Baron Natas is not an easy adversary to outwit, but Timm isn’t about to give up…
The story of Timm Thaler has been adapted for film many times over. New edition with a cover by Katrin Engelking.
| 10 +

Humpert, Rebecca (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

  • Winner of the Moon Notes writing competition.
  • Aztec mythology and an irresistible god of the underworld.
  • For all fans of A Touch of Darkness and Kingdom of the Wicked.


Two Souls in Darkness

An ancient feud forbids them to be together. Nevertheless, they succumb to each other.
When Nan, the god of the underworld, appears to the 21-year-old death witch Elena, she cannot refuse his offer. Recently, her village on Isla de Mujeres has been in danger. For the souls of the dead are unleashed and Elena fears they have something to do with the mysterious deaths haunting the community.
To save her village, she makes a pact with Nan. As his chosen one, she must travel with him to the underworld. To that place where the hatred between witches and gods was once born. But Elena realises too late that she could lose not only her life but also her heart down there ...

 

| 16 +

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


 

| 9 +

Praml, Sabine (Written by) Hansen, Christiane (Illustrated by)

  • The perfect birthday present for all hares fans
  • Shortens the waiting time until the birthday
  • News from the seven little hares by author Sabine Praml

Emma's birthday is on Sunday. She can hardly wait! Until the time finally comes, there are still a few preparations to be made. A big shopping trip is just around the corner, the cake has to be baked, invitation cards have to be written ... And suddenly Emma's big day has arrived, which she can finally celebrate with her friends and family. Sack races, silent mail and scavenger hunts are all great fun!

Funny rhyming by Sabine Praml, the seven little hares once again have a great time together.

| 3 +

Tienti, Benjamin (Written by) Davies, Beatrice (Illustrated by)

  • Popular genre: Children's thriller incl. humour
  • RelevantTopic for children: Desire for the possibility of development
  • Illustrator from the comic scene with light, dynamic strokes

Nivin lives with her large family in a flat that is far too small - she needs money to afford her own room. Linus, on the other hand, has enough space at home, he wants a pony. Since his parents deny him this wish, he wants to buy one for himself. When the two children discover wanted posters for a runaway chameleon with a high finder's reward, it is clear to them: they must find this animal. Initially competitors, Nivin and Linus soon realise that they have to cooperate to track down the little animal in the urban jungle. Their search leads them to an allotment garden site, where they meet quirky characters and the gang of children from the neighbouring high-rise housing estate ...

| 9 +

Boese, Cornelia (Written by) Jegelka, Corinna (Illustrated by)

  • You cannot miss out on this grumpy, funny bunny
  • NO and MINE? The BunNo guides you cheekily and without pointing a finger. through the autonomy phase and provides amusing breaks in the stressful Easter preparations
  • The funny illustrations will delight young and old alike and are the modern counter-programme to the eternally beloved Easter cardboards

NO, NO, NO! The grumpy, grouchy Easter bunny has no desire at all to share his sweets with the other animals in the forest. As the BunNo, he comes up with an ingenious plan to hide the chocolate and sweets so that no one can eat them. He hops straight through the forest and stashes his sweets in nests, hedges and holes in the ground. Who could have guessed that the other animals would find his treasures - and even think they were presents? The Easter Bunny didn't think that they would want to share and celebrate Easter with him. Maybe it's not so bad after all ...?

| 24 months +

Lippa, Henrike (Written by) Staar, Katharina (Illustrated by)

  • Little nature lovers can finally discover spring in the forest.
  • The favourite theme of forest animals is combined with the very first factual knowledge.
  • Lovingly rhymed and enchantingly illustrated.

Spring is approaching! With the first warm rays of sunshine, flowers and many animals dare to come out. The fox family has had sweet offspring, the titmice are building a nest, the deer is enjoying delicious buds and the bees are buzzing around. Things are so lively in the forest, and soon the animals will be looking forward to summer.

A lovingly rhymed cardboard picture book with the very first factual information for little discoverers of nature.

 

 

| 18 months +

Lütje, Susanne (Written by) Gaymann, Saskia (Illustrated by)

  • Humorous detective story with heart and mind: ideal for reading aloud or on your own
  • Wonderfully homely forest setting
  • Surprising twists and extremely likeable characters

This case stinks to high heaven!


There's a pile in the middle of the forest. A FREMENDOUS pile! A GIGANTIC pile!!! Who put it there? A dragon? A unicorn? The ants who want to seize wood domination? Rumours are springing up like mushrooms. The animals are faced with a great mystery that can only be solved by the two master sleuths themselves: Badger & Squirrel. The unequal detective duo goes in search of clues, but nobody has seen anything - or smelled anything ...


Anything but stinking normal! A delightfully funny detective story - ideal for reading aloud or on your own.

| 4 +

Etzel, Viktoria (Written by) Glieneke, Vanessa (Illustrated by)

  • Action-packed story with animal shifters, a dash of magic and an important animal welfare message
  • Volume 2 of the exciting children's book series from 10 for all fans of magical animal adventures
  • For fans of "Animox" and "The School of Magical Animals"

There is no peace in Toby's life. After the criminal La Primera disappears from Bonfire Bay, Toby has to deal with the letter from the mysterious guild. Who is behind the guild's mask and what do they want from him? Toby searches for the answers together with his dragon Lou and his friends Ellie and Mango. In the process, they come across an ancient dragon statue and uncover the family secrets surrounding Toby's grandfather. If only it weren't for Akiko, the new girl in his class, who Toby isn't sure really wants to help him or just make his life difficult.

 

| 10 +

Wohlleben, Peter (Written by) Kohne, Diana (Illustrated by)

All animals grow differently: This is how the forest children grow up!

On a walk through the forest, little wild boar girl Fritzi notices something exciting: Fritzi's mum looks very different to her! Fritzi has stripes, her mum doesn't and mum's fur is also much darker. Is it the same for other animals? Do they also change when they grow up? Fritzi has to find out and sets off full of curiosity. On her adventure, she realises that there are many other baby animals that look completely different from their parents: the baby titmouse is almost naked, the fawn has spots and butterflies used to be caterpillars. Fritzi is amazed: so many baby animals that change! When the little wild boar girl returns home, she has a lot to tell her mum.

How do little animals grow up? - Come with Fritzi the wild boar on an exciting journey of discovery into the world of baby animals.

  • A sweetly illustrated cardboard picture book for little ones to discover and marvel at. Scientifically sound and wonderfully told, with lots of details.
  • The cute animal stories of Fritzi the wild boar will make you want to visit the forest.
  • A lovely read-aloud book for little forest explorers, nature lovers

Peter Wohlleben knows what he is writing about: He himself manages an ecologically orientated forestry business in the Eifel and passes on his knowledge not only in guided forest tours, but also in lovingly designed picture books suitable for children. The story of Fritzi Wildschwein is the perfect children's book for children aged 2 and over and a great introduction to the world of the forest.

 

| 24 months +

Dietl, Erhard (Written by) Dietl, Erhard (Illustrated by)

  • Strong topic: dragons
  • Manageable scope for readers who are not yet proficient.
  • The Olchis are real children's favourites

Helene, a friend of Professor Brausewein, lives on a coral island far away in the ocean. She researches dragons in a hidden mine. But now two of her protégés are causing her trouble, and she asks the professor for help. Brausewein and the Oggli children rush to Helene in the time machine. Why has little Albert barricaded himself in Helene's laboratory, and what is he doing there? And why has Drago suddenly become so angry and won't let anyone near the laboratory? A difficult case for the Ogglies and Brausewein! But who knows, maybe in the end they will be allowed to take one of Helene's little dragons back to Schmuddelfing as a reward?

| 6 +

Maar, Paul (Written by) Maar, Hannes (Illustrated by)

Talking suitcases, trolls and saw-eyes - Fizzi's magical adventures in the wizarding world.

Mrs Schmitt is a wicked sorceress as they say in the book: she is bad-tempered and mean and loves to conjure up bad things like floods, forest fires or erasers that tear holes in exercise books. Her 11-year-old daughter Fizzi is quite different. But above all, Fizzi has nothing to do with magic. "That can't be right!" exclaims Mrs Schmitt and whisks Fizzi off to the netherworld - and her eternally nagging husband along with her. But the world in between isn't so scary after all and Fizzi soon discovers that she too harbours little magical powers.

  • A magical, modern fairy tale by one of the most popular and successful German authors of books for children and young people.
  • With many loving illustrations by Paul Maar's grandson: Hannes Maar.
  • A children's fairy tale, but funny: The Sorceress's Daughter by Paul Maar will make both young and old readers smile.

Paul Maar's new fantasy book takes young readers into a colourful world full of magic, magical creatures and exciting adventures. The modern fairy tale is an inspiring reading journey full of humour and wit - for girls and boys aged 8 and up.

| 8 +

Pauss, Julia (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

Because she wants to keep up appearances of her perfect life at a family reunion, hotel heiress Noelle hires petty criminal Memphis to play her boyfriend. But what begins as a simple charade turns Noelle's meticulously planned life upside down. In the romantic wilderness of Colorado, she finds not only Memphis, but also herself. But just when happiness seems perfect, the truth about their scandalous arrangement comes to light.
| 16 +

Herzog, Katharina (Written by) Kranich, Nathalie (Illustrated by)

  • The grand finale of the Dark World trilogy by SPIEGEL bestselling author Katharina Herzog!
  • Turbulent time travel - a perennial favourite with the target audience
  • With great twists, suspense and lots of humour
  • Strong protagonist and important themes: Friendship, courage, family and cohesion

What is going on with the Dark World? The book suddenly has a friendly blue cover, smells of flowers, and sprays glitter and stars. And even the dark forrest suddenly looks as colourful as a fairy paradise.
It is clear to Leonie and Tristan: something is very wrong here.
When an excursion to the fairy tale age is scheduled, the two see their chance to put an end to the fairy tale haunting once and for all. But then Tristan is kidnapped and his kidnappers demand the Dark World as ransom. Leonie now needs all her courage and ingenuity to save her friend - and the entire fairytale world.

| 10 +

van der Bogen, Ruby (Written by) Helm, Alexandra (Illustrated by)

  • Monster facts packed in a wonderfully witty and funny way
  • Everything children always wanted to know about monsters - and much more
  • Colourful and cool illustrations by Alexandra Helm

Did you know that monsters are actually very small and cute? They only grow when they are in a bad mood. If you break their cuddly castles under the bed, for example. Or if you take away their favourite food: Marble cake with milk. Because monsters prefer to eat things that begin with M.
You can find out everything you need to know about monsters in this book. And if you know a child who is afraid of monsters, just tell him what you know. Because the best remedy for fear is knowledge.
101 little monsters cavort in this magical hidden picture book. Facts" invented with children will make you laugh and dissolve your fears into thin air. A book full of fantasy and magical illustrations.

| 4 +

Nöstlinger, Christine (Written by)

A children’s treasure of a book by Christine Nöstlinger!
Which is worse? When your father suddenly brings a new woman home or when this new woman also has a daughter, and that daughter is such a cow as Anna, Cornelius asks himself. At least Anna is as unhappy about their parents’ relationship as he is. Together, the two simply must think of some way of splitting their parents up. A delightful, heartwarming book by the great Christine Nöstlinger, all about children’s worries and prejudices, and about good friends.
| 9 +

Westhoff, Angie (Written by)

Wishes, friendship and secrets! A true holiday adventure
“These summer holidays will be the same as always,” 12-year-old Flint thinks to himself. But he couldn’t be more wrong. Because the very next day, Mr Shripp, the caretaker, asks Flint, crazy Charlotte, her maths-obsessed cousin, Ben, and pretty Jette to track down an old friend of his. When they eventually find the missing friend, he gives them a mysterious book: The Book of Curious Wishes. And that is when an unexpected and exciting adventure begins to unfold…

"In The Book of Strange Wishes, Angie Westhoff presents us with a highly complex and exciting reading adventure that is simply bubbling with imagination and has readers on the edge of their seats right to the last page."
Die Rheinpfalz, 18.11.2011

| 10 +

Fix, Patrick (Written by) Fix, Patrick (Illustrated by)

  • Popular topic "robots": cool or dangerous - or both?
  • Funny and richly illustrated - motivates even the most reluctant readers!
  • A book designed for low readers with lots of fun, excitement, fast-paced space adventures and a lot of humour. Donors/purchasers are adults who are looking for the right reading material for their children, especially boys.

On Proxima Centauri, the annual school trip is coming up: The school spaceship is supposed to take Sammy's class camping on a forest planet. But the space bus is pulled into a black hole and spat out broken at the other end of the universe! The students are able to leave just in time with the rescue capsules, and Sammy and his friends land on an apparently uninhabited planet. Space debris piles up as high as a house. In the midst of the mountains of rubbish they find a small robot. With its help, they locate the space bus and repair it. But as soon as it is ready for take-off, there is an explosion. That can't be a coincidence! Who is up to mischief on the junk planet?

 

| 8 +

Tatlisu, Anja (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

  • With the popular NA tropes forbidden love and morally grey characters.
  • A college romance with a dark twist - emotional and tingling
  • For all fans of Lena Kiefer, Mona Kasten and Nikola Hotel.

Mila moves to New Haven for her studies at Yale University. On her first day there, she meets the charming but mysterious Easton. The two immediately feel a connection to each other. At the same time, they are worlds apart: While Mila grew up well protected as a policeman's daughter, Easton's family seems to be feared throughout the city. Despite all the warning signs, Mila is unable to stay away from Easton. Meanwhile, he tries to finally put his dark past behind him with all his might. Until it suddenly catches up with him - and drags Mila along with it.

 

| 16 +

Nguyen-Kim, Mai Thi (Written by) Meimberg, Marie (Written by) Meimberg, Marie (Illustrated by)

  • Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim, bestselling author and award-winning science journalist, and Marie Meimberg, Grimme Prize nominee and International Emmy Award winner
  • As poetic as Oliver Jeffers, as scientifically sound as the popular science show KURZGESAGT
  • With a lot of heart and brain: Astonishing for both children and adults!

When you read this book, you will understand why dinos are still alive and what this has to do with the history of the earth. With evolutionary theory, animal competition and the fact that we survive better when we are very, very different. You will understand: This seemingly small question is connected to climate catastrophe, good-bad simultaneity, mass extinctions, T. rex climbing frames and island kiwis. And with us. With the question of how we want to live. And how we change the world with our human magic.

| 7 +

Nguyen-Kim, Mai Thi (Written by) Meimberg, Marie (Written by) Meimberg, Marie (Illustrated by)

  • Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim: bestselling author and award-winning science journalist.
  • As poetic as Oliver Jeffers, as scientifically sound as the popular science show maiLab
  • With a lot of heart and brain: Makes children and adults marvel!

When you read this book, you will understand why stars shine and what this has to do with dancing particles, air pressure and heat. With the carbon cycle of life, CO2 and plants. With the formation of the universe, our Milky Way and our Earth. You will understand: This little question is about life and death. And about building blocks that are created in stars. Building blocks from which everything on our planet is built. Including us. Because we are all made of stardust ...

| 7 +

Clivia, Isabel (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

  • Because of a series of murders, the protagonist gets a second chance at love.
  • Witches - now in the new-adult genre.
  • Exciting urban romance with crime elements.

Find the truth in a web of lies

Although Reva has uncovered a conspiracy within the elite of New London, she has been unable to find the true culprit behind the series of murders in the human world. As unrest in witch society grows, she returns to her magical home in search of answers. In the midst of roaring festivities, she has to find out who is friend and who is foe. In the process, her secret feelings for Gabriel are anything but helpful. Especially as he is firmly convinced that he must fulfil his duties as the spring heir. But it is not only her forbidden longing that complicates the investigation, but also the growing darkness within herself. A race against time begins in which she could lose everything ...

| 16 +

Dorne, Juli (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

  • The Fate series delivers an original reinterpretation of Greek myths - with heart-pounding guaranteed.
  • The fast-paced sequel: Rio and Taru take on the most powerful of all gods: Zeus.
  • Volume 2 of the feminist gods romance with a bodyguard theme.

Can they rewrite their history?

After Pandora's revelations, Rio no longer knows where her head is. She is supposed to be a goddess of fate? She hopes for comfort from Taru, but he threatens to sink into his own darkness and seems unable to catch her. Bitterly disappointed in him, Rio finally goes to Olympus - the epicentre of the world of the gods. Here she finds a second family and finally her first answers. None other than Zeus takes her on and pushes her appointment as goddess of fate, which would bind her to Olympus forever.

Which puts Taru on the spot. He has already lost his only love to Zeus once, and he is not prepared to let that happen again. What he hasn't considered in the process: Rio is not a woman to be saved. And she is hell-bent on taking her fate into her own hands. Even if she has to take on Taru - and the father of the gods himself.

 

| 16 +

Mallon, Lina (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

  • Self-exploration with influencer and bestselling author Lina Mallon
  • Intimate insights, insights, life confessions
  • A great inspiration for strong women

Which decisions set the course for our lives? Which encounters change the way we think? And what makes us become the person we are? Lina Mallon gets to the bottom of all these questions for herself and tells of love, of failure, of the small and big moments that the journey to oneself holds in store - in a very personal and intimate way.

| 16 +

Gohla, Mareike (Written by) Heyn, Viktoria (Written by) Stuhlberger, Martina (Illustrated by)

  • 30 little time-outs let nature enter into everyday family life.
  • For outdoor rituals to slow down and relax.
  • Practical and beautiful card format can be used flexibly.

Off to the countryside - with the whole family! This box is filled to the brim with nature and lots of outdoor time! Collect a rainbow in all the colours of nature, go on exciting animal and plant challenges or try out outdoor yoga together - 30 inspirations for time out in the green let young and old breathe deeply together and let nature enter into everyday family life.

| 3 +

Krüss, James (Written by)

About laughter, the devil and an incredible hero
Timm Thaler has a wonderful laugh that’s so infectious people can’t help joining in. But when the mysterious Baron Natas promises him a lot of money for it, Timm sells his laugh. From the moment the baron has Timm’s laugh, Timm finds that every bet he makes is a winner. But he soon also realises that a person without a laugh is not a real person – however many riches he may amass. Timm forges a plan to win back his laugh. Baron Natas is not an easy adversary to outwit, but Timm isn’t about to give up…
The story of Timm Thaler has been adapted for film many times over. New edition with a cover by Katrin Engelking.
| 10 +

Humpert, Rebecca (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

  • Winner of the Moon Notes writing competition.
  • Aztec mythology and an irresistible god of the underworld.
  • For all fans of A Touch of Darkness and Kingdom of the Wicked.


Two Souls in Darkness

An ancient feud forbids them to be together. Nevertheless, they succumb to each other.
When Nan, the god of the underworld, appears to the 21-year-old death witch Elena, she cannot refuse his offer. Recently, her village on Isla de Mujeres has been in danger. For the souls of the dead are unleashed and Elena fears they have something to do with the mysterious deaths haunting the community.
To save her village, she makes a pact with Nan. As his chosen one, she must travel with him to the underworld. To that place where the hatred between witches and gods was once born. But Elena realises too late that she could lose not only her life but also her heart down there ...

 

| 16 +

Bleckmann, Daniel (Written by) Hussung, Thomas (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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Praml, Sabine (Written by) Hansen, Christiane (Illustrated by)

  • The perfect birthday present for all hares fans
  • Shortens the waiting time until the birthday
  • News from the seven little hares by author Sabine Praml

Emma's birthday is on Sunday. She can hardly wait! Until the time finally comes, there are still a few preparations to be made. A big shopping trip is just around the corner, the cake has to be baked, invitation cards have to be written ... And suddenly Emma's big day has arrived, which she can finally celebrate with her friends and family. Sack races, silent mail and scavenger hunts are all great fun!

Funny rhyming by Sabine Praml, the seven little hares once again have a great time together.

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Tienti, Benjamin (Written by) Davies, Beatrice (Illustrated by)

  • Popular genre: Children's thriller incl. humour
  • RelevantTopic for children: Desire for the possibility of development
  • Illustrator from the comic scene with light, dynamic strokes

Nivin lives with her large family in a flat that is far too small - she needs money to afford her own room. Linus, on the other hand, has enough space at home, he wants a pony. Since his parents deny him this wish, he wants to buy one for himself. When the two children discover wanted posters for a runaway chameleon with a high finder's reward, it is clear to them: they must find this animal. Initially competitors, Nivin and Linus soon realise that they have to cooperate to track down the little animal in the urban jungle. Their search leads them to an allotment garden site, where they meet quirky characters and the gang of children from the neighbouring high-rise housing estate ...

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Boese, Cornelia (Written by) Jegelka, Corinna (Illustrated by)

  • You cannot miss out on this grumpy, funny bunny
  • NO and MINE? The BunNo guides you cheekily and without pointing a finger. through the autonomy phase and provides amusing breaks in the stressful Easter preparations
  • The funny illustrations will delight young and old alike and are the modern counter-programme to the eternally beloved Easter cardboards

NO, NO, NO! The grumpy, grouchy Easter bunny has no desire at all to share his sweets with the other animals in the forest. As the BunNo, he comes up with an ingenious plan to hide the chocolate and sweets so that no one can eat them. He hops straight through the forest and stashes his sweets in nests, hedges and holes in the ground. Who could have guessed that the other animals would find his treasures - and even think they were presents? The Easter Bunny didn't think that they would want to share and celebrate Easter with him. Maybe it's not so bad after all ...?

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Lippa, Henrike (Written by) Staar, Katharina (Illustrated by)

  • Little nature lovers can finally discover spring in the forest.
  • The favourite theme of forest animals is combined with the very first factual knowledge.
  • Lovingly rhymed and enchantingly illustrated.

Spring is approaching! With the first warm rays of sunshine, flowers and many animals dare to come out. The fox family has had sweet offspring, the titmice are building a nest, the deer is enjoying delicious buds and the bees are buzzing around. Things are so lively in the forest, and soon the animals will be looking forward to summer.

A lovingly rhymed cardboard picture book with the very first factual information for little discoverers of nature.

 

 

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Lütje, Susanne (Written by) Gaymann, Saskia (Illustrated by)

  • Humorous detective story with heart and mind: ideal for reading aloud or on your own
  • Wonderfully homely forest setting
  • Surprising twists and extremely likeable characters

This case stinks to high heaven!


There's a pile in the middle of the forest. A FREMENDOUS pile! A GIGANTIC pile!!! Who put it there? A dragon? A unicorn? The ants who want to seize wood domination? Rumours are springing up like mushrooms. The animals are faced with a great mystery that can only be solved by the two master sleuths themselves: Badger & Squirrel. The unequal detective duo goes in search of clues, but nobody has seen anything - or smelled anything ...


Anything but stinking normal! A delightfully funny detective story - ideal for reading aloud or on your own.

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Etzel, Viktoria (Written by) Glieneke, Vanessa (Illustrated by)

  • Action-packed story with animal shifters, a dash of magic and an important animal welfare message
  • Volume 2 of the exciting children's book series from 10 for all fans of magical animal adventures
  • For fans of "Animox" and "The School of Magical Animals"

There is no peace in Toby's life. After the criminal La Primera disappears from Bonfire Bay, Toby has to deal with the letter from the mysterious guild. Who is behind the guild's mask and what do they want from him? Toby searches for the answers together with his dragon Lou and his friends Ellie and Mango. In the process, they come across an ancient dragon statue and uncover the family secrets surrounding Toby's grandfather. If only it weren't for Akiko, the new girl in his class, who Toby isn't sure really wants to help him or just make his life difficult.

 

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Wohlleben, Peter (Written by) Kohne, Diana (Illustrated by)

All animals grow differently: This is how the forest children grow up!

On a walk through the forest, little wild boar girl Fritzi notices something exciting: Fritzi's mum looks very different to her! Fritzi has stripes, her mum doesn't and mum's fur is also much darker. Is it the same for other animals? Do they also change when they grow up? Fritzi has to find out and sets off full of curiosity. On her adventure, she realises that there are many other baby animals that look completely different from their parents: the baby titmouse is almost naked, the fawn has spots and butterflies used to be caterpillars. Fritzi is amazed: so many baby animals that change! When the little wild boar girl returns home, she has a lot to tell her mum.

How do little animals grow up? - Come with Fritzi the wild boar on an exciting journey of discovery into the world of baby animals.

  • A sweetly illustrated cardboard picture book for little ones to discover and marvel at. Scientifically sound and wonderfully told, with lots of details.
  • The cute animal stories of Fritzi the wild boar will make you want to visit the forest.
  • A lovely read-aloud book for little forest explorers, nature lovers

Peter Wohlleben knows what he is writing about: He himself manages an ecologically orientated forestry business in the Eifel and passes on his knowledge not only in guided forest tours, but also in lovingly designed picture books suitable for children. The story of Fritzi Wildschwein is the perfect children's book for children aged 2 and over and a great introduction to the world of the forest.

 

| 24 months +

Dietl, Erhard (Written by) Dietl, Erhard (Illustrated by)

  • Strong topic: dragons
  • Manageable scope for readers who are not yet proficient.
  • The Olchis are real children's favourites

Helene, a friend of Professor Brausewein, lives on a coral island far away in the ocean. She researches dragons in a hidden mine. But now two of her protégés are causing her trouble, and she asks the professor for help. Brausewein and the Oggli children rush to Helene in the time machine. Why has little Albert barricaded himself in Helene's laboratory, and what is he doing there? And why has Drago suddenly become so angry and won't let anyone near the laboratory? A difficult case for the Ogglies and Brausewein! But who knows, maybe in the end they will be allowed to take one of Helene's little dragons back to Schmuddelfing as a reward?

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Maar, Paul (Written by) Maar, Hannes (Illustrated by)

Talking suitcases, trolls and saw-eyes - Fizzi's magical adventures in the wizarding world.

Mrs Schmitt is a wicked sorceress as they say in the book: she is bad-tempered and mean and loves to conjure up bad things like floods, forest fires or erasers that tear holes in exercise books. Her 11-year-old daughter Fizzi is quite different. But above all, Fizzi has nothing to do with magic. "That can't be right!" exclaims Mrs Schmitt and whisks Fizzi off to the netherworld - and her eternally nagging husband along with her. But the world in between isn't so scary after all and Fizzi soon discovers that she too harbours little magical powers.

  • A magical, modern fairy tale by one of the most popular and successful German authors of books for children and young people.
  • With many loving illustrations by Paul Maar's grandson: Hannes Maar.
  • A children's fairy tale, but funny: The Sorceress's Daughter by Paul Maar will make both young and old readers smile.

Paul Maar's new fantasy book takes young readers into a colourful world full of magic, magical creatures and exciting adventures. The modern fairy tale is an inspiring reading journey full of humour and wit - for girls and boys aged 8 and up.

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Pauss, Julia (Written by) Moon Notes (Edited by)

Because she wants to keep up appearances of her perfect life at a family reunion, hotel heiress Noelle hires petty criminal Memphis to play her boyfriend. But what begins as a simple charade turns Noelle's meticulously planned life upside down. In the romantic wilderness of Colorado, she finds not only Memphis, but also herself. But just when happiness seems perfect, the truth about their scandalous arrangement comes to light.
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Herzog, Katharina (Written by) Kranich, Nathalie (Illustrated by)

  • The grand finale of the Dark World trilogy by SPIEGEL bestselling author Katharina Herzog!
  • Turbulent time travel - a perennial favourite with the target audience
  • With great twists, suspense and lots of humour
  • Strong protagonist and important themes: Friendship, courage, family and cohesion

What is going on with the Dark World? The book suddenly has a friendly blue cover, smells of flowers, and sprays glitter and stars. And even the dark forrest suddenly looks as colourful as a fairy paradise.
It is clear to Leonie and Tristan: something is very wrong here.
When an excursion to the fairy tale age is scheduled, the two see their chance to put an end to the fairy tale haunting once and for all. But then Tristan is kidnapped and his kidnappers demand the Dark World as ransom. Leonie now needs all her courage and ingenuity to save her friend - and the entire fairytale world.

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van der Bogen, Ruby (Written by) Helm, Alexandra (Illustrated by)

  • Monster facts packed in a wonderfully witty and funny way
  • Everything children always wanted to know about monsters - and much more
  • Colourful and cool illustrations by Alexandra Helm

Did you know that monsters are actually very small and cute? They only grow when they are in a bad mood. If you break their cuddly castles under the bed, for example. Or if you take away their favourite food: Marble cake with milk. Because monsters prefer to eat things that begin with M.
You can find out everything you need to know about monsters in this book. And if you know a child who is afraid of monsters, just tell him what you know. Because the best remedy for fear is knowledge.
101 little monsters cavort in this magical hidden picture book. Facts" invented with children will make you laugh and dissolve your fears into thin air. A book full of fantasy and magical illustrations.

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Nöstlinger, Christine (Written by)

A children’s treasure of a book by Christine Nöstlinger!
Which is worse? When your father suddenly brings a new woman home or when this new woman also has a daughter, and that daughter is such a cow as Anna, Cornelius asks himself. At least Anna is as unhappy about their parents’ relationship as he is. Together, the two simply must think of some way of splitting their parents up. A delightful, heartwarming book by the great Christine Nöstlinger, all about children’s worries and prejudices, and about good friends.
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Westhoff, Angie (Written by)

Wishes, friendship and secrets! A true holiday adventure
“These summer holidays will be the same as always,” 12-year-old Flint thinks to himself. But he couldn’t be more wrong. Because the very next day, Mr Shripp, the caretaker, asks Flint, crazy Charlotte, her maths-obsessed cousin, Ben, and pretty Jette to track down an old friend of his. When they eventually find the missing friend, he gives them a mysterious book: The Book of Curious Wishes. And that is when an unexpected and exciting adventure begins to unfold…

"In The Book of Strange Wishes, Angie Westhoff presents us with a highly complex and exciting reading adventure that is simply bubbling with imagination and has readers on the edge of their seats right to the last page."
Die Rheinpfalz, 18.11.2011

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