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The inquisitive meerkat Govinda takes small and big children alike by the paw, and takes them to meet the wildlife of Africa. The movements of the animals inspire these super-easy yoga exercises for children to join in with. At the end, breathing exercises and a journey through the mind ensure total relaxation. No previous experience necessary! This easy and fun introduction to the topic ties in with children’s natural creativity, imaginativeness, and need to move. It teaches them how to reduce stress and how to feel better and more strongly grounded in their lives. An interactive yoga book for children aged 3+ - and their parents, too.
- Beautifully illustrated read-aloud book with incorporated yoga exercises.
- Interactive book for families and groups of children by the well-known children’s yoga teacher Florian Sprater.
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- A new volume in the popular Read-Aloud series.
- Vivid waterworld meets the current trend of nature.
- Illustrated stories for children aged 5+ - perfect length for reading aloud. | 5 +
- Lightly written but profound: serious topics sensitively handled.
- A “hero” whom it’s impossible not to like.
- For boys and girls who love fun stories about friendship. | 8 +
- 160,000 copies sold of Katja Frixe’s “Magical Bookshop” series.
- Wonderful fantasy world for girls aged 9+, along the lines of Michael Ende.
- Warm-hearted, funny, and atmospheric.\x0a | 9 +
- In every story, the animal gang helps a small Kindergarten child.
- Popular read-aloud themes: the forest, talking animals, Kindergarten children seeking treasure and adventure.
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At the start of the October half term, six children have a chance encounter outside a supermarket. There’s Katja, who has had a row with her dads. Polina, who only wanted to buy some baking powder. Fridi, Mustafa and Zeck. And Jennifer, who is accompanied by her miniature Pinscher and who is also carrying her grandpa’s ashes in a plastic bag. When Mustafa tricks a biker in the car park, the children have to leg it. They have no phones and next to no money. But they do have an important mission: Jennifer’s grandpa has to be laid to rest in Kolomoro. But how’s that going to happen, when nobody has a clue where Kolomoro is?
- Winner of the first Kirsten Boie Prize for Children’s Literature, awarded by the Hamburg Literature Foundation\x0d
\x0a- A story full of diversity set in urban Berlin\x0d
\x0a- Delightful and warm-hearted - similar in style to Kirsten Boie or Erich Kästner.\x0a
- A great value read-aloud treat.
- Makes a fantastic present for your own children - or for other people’s.
- Emotion-packed stories for all everyday situations.
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You are my star - How loved you are
Milla and Paul love to have a huge cuddle with Mummy and Daddy when they wake up on Sundays. Molly the warthog has no friends at all in the zoo - but then she meets another warthog. They hit it off so well that before very long, they are happily throwing mud at one another. Tristan von Hogweed - the son of Eckart von Hogweed - is tasked with finding a dragon, but can only find dragon eggs. But then a little dragon hatches out of one of the eggs, and Tristan has found a super-faithful friend. How great it is to have someone to love and cuddle!
- Top-notch stories at a bargain price.
- Powerful, emotion-packed series dealing with all sorts of topics relating to everyday life.
- Rounded corners; comfortable to hold while reading aloud. | 4 +
- 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. | 4 +
All the animals are terribly tired. Will you say goodnight to them? Simply turn the pages and see how the lion cub, the little bird and the brightly coloured fish all close their eyes. Oh and look, the elephant’s already asleep! Shhh, don’t make a sound! Too late, the elephant opens his eyes and gives a loud “taraaa!”, which wakes up the lion, the bird and the fish again. Time to start all over again! Will you say goodnight to the animals once more?
A lovely interactive goodnight book for toddlers of 18 months and over, in which the animals actually close their eyes.
| 18 months +
- Find the joy in everyday life, with these beautifully illustrated cards.
- Imaginative journeys with added feel-good factor (massages, exercises and much, much more) to create happy and relaxed children.
- Also suitable for school or nursery groups.
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- Bang on trend: Escape puzzles for children.
- Thrilling story packed with puzzles; includes postcards, too.
- Young readers strongly identify with the school setting. | 7 +
- Exciting, funny and sparky stories full of fantasy and derring-do.
- Inspires children’s imaginations.
- The perfect daily companion, thanks to its stories of three different lengths.
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- A fable which encourages children to be adventurous: will appeal to parents, too.
- A poetic picture book by Stefanie Taschinski.
- A “fabulous” book in the truest sense of the word.
- When your beloved pet dies: ideal for families with children.
- Helps children to put the inexplicable into words.
- Beautiful, colourful illustrations on every page.
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What’s more, pulling the tabs makes even more space for best-selling author Sandra Grimm’s amusing rhymes and Larisa Lauber’s delightfully detailed illustrations.
- Third pull-the-tab book about the much-loved topic of “woodland creatures”.
- Double pull-out, extra-wide panoramic pages.
- Innovative design and popular topic make this a must-buy! | 24 months +
There are loads of sleepy-time books - but now it’s time to wake up! But that’s easier said than done, as the little bear is in his cave and is fast asleep. Can you wake him by whispering in his ear? Or by tickling his big tummy? This book encourages small children to join in and shout, shake, poke and clap - and most of all laugh - until the little bear finally wakes up. Be as loud as you like with this hugely fun book for all children, parents and bears!
- Interactive entertainment with the little bear.
- Page by page, the book awakens along with the bear.
- Make a noise and have some fun!\x0a
| 24 months +
- Playful way into yoga for children, families, or children’s groups.
- With exercises suitable for everyone from absolute beginners to advanced yogists.
- Picture cards make yoga instantly accessible. | 3 +
- Beautifully made “peepo” book.
- Die-cut shapes and flaps with a fresh twist.
- Written by the best-selling author of “How Baby Animals Go To Sleep” | 18 months +
- Mega “Escape & Exit Game” trend - now available for primary school-aged readers.
- For fans of the “Drei ???”-Kids - with a touch of magic.
- Ideal gift to encourage children to practise reading.
| 7 +
“What’s all this LGBTQ* Stuff About?” is a guide for all children and young people who want to know more about the many diverse forms that gender identity can take. It isn’t a dry textbook, though: it is jokey and entertaining and exactly on a level with young readers on their thrilling journey into the unknown world of growing up. This book explains all the various terms, and also offers support when it comes to such things as harassment.
- The book’s central message is that readers should be encouraged to explore their own feelings.
- Handy guide: explains the most important LGBTIQ* terms
- “We can’t be pigeon-holed”: interviews with members of the LGBTIQ* scene.
- Written by two LGBTIQ* podcasters.
- Teaching and learning Oggly-style: exciting facts about outer space.
- Includes background photos taken from the planetarium show of the same name.
- Hit series: millions of Oggly products sold.
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- Volume 3 of the popular children’s series, full of charm, action and excitement.
- Suitable for less confident readers, too, thanks to the high number of illustrations.
- With an embossed cover and pictures to colour in. | 8 +
- Part 2 of “Our Journey Into Space”.
- Published ahead of their mission, which is being followed by the German children’s TV channel KiKA.
- The first female German astronauts encourage girls in particular to believe that they can do anything! | 7 +