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The pair let it rain roses and bathe the secret chamber in the most beautiful colours. But then the spells become more difficult – and the two young elves are normally only allowed to do magic under supervision. But Eyela is over-confident and casts a spell on some of the old, wise elves. Unfortunately for here, though, they know the spells in the book and are both astonished and angry. No one is permitted to enter the secret chamber and the book of spells was thought to have disappeared. Have Eyela and Feya uncovered an old secret belonging to the sun elves?
| 7 +
A spectacular tournament is held in the land of the elves every summer. At last, Princess Eyela and her best friend, Feya, are old enough to take part. As a lucky charm, the princess has brought along her magic mirror, a precious memento of her parents. But then something awful happens during the tournament: Eyela tumbles off her horse and her magic mirror breaks. Then storm winds start raging across the land of the elves, over and over again, and curious things begin to happen. Are Eyela and her broken mirror to blame for these events?
| 6 +
This is a first! Never before have all the beloved Ogglies appeared together in one volume; and Great-Aunt Odele makes her first appearance.
| 7 +
| 7 +
She can tell Grampy everything: all about the mean things the stupid cow does, about skiving off school, about her heart-throb, Steve, who’s only interested in seventeen-year-olds with big boobs, and about the trouble caused by the stolen maths exercises. And Grampy understands, as a grandpa should, has lots of good advice, lots of patience and – most important of all – lots of affection for his granddaughter. | 12 +
Ilse Janda, 14, runs away from home. She secretly leaves the flat one Friday afternoon and climbs into a red sports car that’s waiting outside the front door. Only one person thinks she knows where Ilse has gone: Erika, Ilse’s younger sister. But when she finds Ilse, things are not at all what Erika expected. | 12 +
Can’t a person ever get any peace? Not if your name is Franz! For instance, he normally hates dogs, but then he gets to know the sweetest, nicest dog in all the world. And he likes playing football, but the other boys don’t want him in their team so he just plays with the girls instead! And then there’s Gabi, who gets on his nerves with all her daft words. Then again, inventing words is actually fun! This anthology contains the following invidual books: Dog Stories with Franz, Football Stories with Franz, Daft Stories with Franz. With many colourful illustrations by Erhard Dietl. | 6 +
Where is Tim hiding? What is Nina having for lunch? And what’s the best way for Tim to get to sleep? Delightful stories taken from the daily lives of very small children for them to recognise and discover. Each double page has a surprise window to encourage children to start joining in. The collection contains the board picture books Where is Tim? and Tim goes to bed.
With lots of windows with hidden things to guess: simple stories, lovingly illustrated.
| 18 months +
Who can see the bird’s nest filled with eggs? Where is the sunflower growing and under which tree are there chestnuts on the ground? The children accompany a family through the year and search for a number of items printed in the frame around the picture on every double page. And who can find out what’s not right on the last page? Grandpa is sitting on a deckchair although there’s snow on the roof – it looks like the seasons have got mixed up here!
A big discovery picture book with lots of individual items to seek and find. Also ideal for learning words.
| 24 months +
Lisbet is always busy doing something! This time she is flying fearlessly through the night on her broomstick when she lands in the attic of a house by mistake. Now her broomstick is broken! While searching for someone who lives there to repair her broomstick, she meets so many fascinating witches that she almost forgets why she had been travelling in the first place. But surely there must be someone who can repair her broomstick!
The best-selling picture book now all in funny pages that change that way things look plus a DVD with a beautifully made picture-book film for children from three years old. | 3 +
Captain Crinklebeard is the terror of the seven seas. When his ship, the Blood Herring, appears on the horizon, every honest seafarer starts to tremble like a jelly with fear. No one is safe from him and his savage gang. But it might have been better for him if he had let one ship pass by. Because that ship was carrying a little girl called Molly …
With the film of the picture book Captain Crinklebeard and his Gang on DVD.
Animated with loving attention to detail and elaborately packed. The DVD comes in a plastic case that’s integrated into the cover. | 4 +
Lisbet has landed in the attic of a strange house. Who, she wonders, lives here? Perhaps it’s someone who can repair her broomstick! Elaborate pop-up elements make Lisbet’s journey of discovery around the witch’s house particularly exciting for children because they are right there with here when she tumbles into the attic. They help her to conjure up locusts, shake Lisbet’s tambourine and make her new turbo-broomstick fly. A proper little witchy treasure for any child’s room.
Elaborately designed pop-up double pages with lots of surprising extra features for pulling and sliding.
| 3 +
King Crumb likes being king. He paints his castle lots of different colours, bathes in raspberry lemonade and has a puppet theatre perform for him. No wonder he really couldn’t be bothered fighting when the wild boys enter his kingdom. So the little king starts by inviting the wild boys to visit him in his castle and entertains them with cocoa, chocolate gateau, strawberry cake and almond rings. Will that be enough to stop them from fighting, though? A charming story about how to avoid trouble – with cheerful, brightly coloured illustrations.
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