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Frankenstein-Börlin, Tina (Illustrator)

What has Daddy got in his toolbox? Children are welcome to rummage and play here. There’s plenty to be found in Daddy’s toolbox! A drill, a hammer, a saw and lots of other fascinating things. The jigsaw pieces are an invitation to play and also offer opportunities for comparison with real-life objects. This paperback is just waiting for children to open it out and play, and comes with modern, authentically illustrated objects inside.

In this paperback, Daddy’s Toolbox, children can finally rummage to their heart’s content.
| 3 +

Frankenstein-Börlin, Tina (Illustrator)

What has Mummy got in her bag? Children are welcome to rummage and play here.

There’s plenty to be found in Mummy’s bag! A mobile phone, make-up utensils, jingling keys and plenty of other fascinating things. The jigsaw pieces are an invitation to play and also offer opportunities for comparison with real-life objects. This paperback is just waiting for children to open it out and play, and comes with modern, authentically illustrated objects inside.
In this paperback, Mummy’s Bag, children can finally rummage to their heart’s content.
| 3 +

Fehr, Daniel (Author) Lehmann, Bernd (Illustrator)

The perfect board book for animal lovers and active listeners

It’s time for zookeeper Nora to feed the animals again. Of course, the young readers can go along with her and even lend a hand! On every double page, there’s a zoo scene on the left, and a large picture of a single animal on the right that can be fed by pushing the detachable pieces of feed through a slot at the top of the page. In the end, all the animals are satisfied and happy, of course. And their meal for the next day is already ready for them.

Innovative new feature: With toy feed to throw to the animals

A huge favourite with this audience: feeding animals

Attractive mix of story and action fun | 24 months +

Moser, Annette (Author) Opheys, Caroline (Illustrator)

All the animals think they’re tall –
Even those that are very small.
But none of them’s as tall by half
As the tree-top touching, giant giraffe.

What about you? Are you as tall as a mouse, or a sheep, or a bear?
The concertina growth chart will tell you, and it will go on telling you until you are fully grown.

18 months +

Grimm, Sandra (Author) Faust, Christine (Illustrator)

Who can turn the key to open the farmyard doors?

Oscar the dog is full of excitement: the postman has delivered a parcel! He is desperate to give it to the farmer. But where is Farmer Fred? Oscar has to look behind all the various stable doors to find him - and he urgently needs the children’s help. Thank goodness opening doors is such fun (and that it’s so good for their fine motor skills too!)

Innovative concept: turning keys to open the extra-large flaps.
Will delight curious explorers.
A fun way to develop fine motor skills. | 24 months +

Weber, Susanne (Author) Jacobs, Tanja (Illustrator)

Oodles of jigsaw fun with the bestselling Little Owl – with charming rhymes and colourful illustrations

“Someone’s crying: who can it be?” Is it coming from the sea? The Little Owl sets straight off to find out. On her way, she bumps into the hedgehog, the pig, the beaver and the mouse, who all join in with the hunt. And who do they find in the end? Poor sad bee sitting by the sea. But now he’s happy again. “All alone and oh so sad – but now you’ve found me, I’m so glad!” Everyone’s happy again. Hurrah!

With six large-format mix and match jigsaw pieces.
Friendship: A topic close to everyone’s hearts.
Charming rhymes and colourful illustrations. | 18 months +