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Kawamura, Yayo (Illustrator)

The perfect book for passing on traditional knowledge to young children. The book provides readers with a short text version of the fairy tale as a basis on which to tell the story in their own words. Children love hearing a story over and over again and also being able to join in. This is very good for their language development, and it’s also lots of fun, of course. Picture stories with strong girl characters in a large-format book for the children to follow as the adult tells the story. With cute, cheeky illustrations. | 3 +

Loske, Judith (Illustrator)

This very special picture book assembles four of the Brothers Grimm’s fairy tales about princesses. For every fairy tale, there’s a double page where the reader can quickly read up on what the fairy tale is about. On the following three double pages, the fairy tales are then told without words, so that even the very youngest fairy tale fans can enjoy them to the full, while adults get to see the stories from an entirely new perspective. | 4 +

Parciak, Monika (Illustrator)

There are already countless anthologies of Grimm fairy tales in print – but often they feature the original texts, which are too difficult for younger children to understand. This special book offers readers the chance to tell the fairy tales in their own words. And the children can also easily retell each story with the help of the pictures. Animal fairy tales told in pictures, delightfully illustrated and ideal for children of 3 and over. | 3 +

Fiedler-Tresp, Sonja (Author) Hardt, Iris (Illustrator)

Pictures tell the story – a unique concept
Three double pages each are devoted to the telling of one fairy tale – entirely in pictures. So even the youngest children can take an active part in telling the story – a great success that makes children (and their parents) very proud! And just in case the adults need a little reminder of how the stories go, there’s a short text summary for each of the fairy tales.

Four fairy tales retold in pictures
To enjoy over and over again
Short text summaries as reminders of the content
| 3 +

Niessen, Susan (Author) Nahrgang, Frauke (Author) Steinwart, Anne (Author) Rettich, Margret (Author) Steckelmann, Petra (Author) Munck, Hedwig (Illustrator) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator) Schulze, Marc-Alexander (Illustrator) Henze, Dagmar (Illustrator) Henn, Astrid (Illustrator) Nagel, Tina (Illustrator) Rachner, Marina (Illustrator) Wechdorn, Susanne (Illustrator) | further

| 3 +

Wessel, Kathrin (Author) Wessel, Kathrin (Illustrator)

Owl, elephant and cheeky shrimp: the big animal dictionary

There are so many animals in the world! Pigs, sheep and cows live on the farm, and jellyfish, shrimps and the huge sperm whale are at home under water. Zebras and giraffes survive in the blistering heat and polar bears and penguins sit on large ice floes in the freezing cold. It’s great fun for the children to name and to spot their favourite animals.
Delightful, fresh illustrations full of charm and humour: animals on the farm, in the water, in the air, in the woods and in other worlds. Each animal appears with its name.
| 12 months +

Clement, Ina (Author) Mildner, Tom (Author) Clement, Ina (Illustrator)

There are lots of crazy pictures just waiting for you to colour them in! | 4 +

Raab, Dorothee (Author) Abel, Bettina (Illustrator)

Look how many words you already know! The big book of discovery.
Doll and train set, pyjamas and wellies, toothpaste and shampoo – in this big, fat picture dictionary, children will find 250 objects they know from daily life and have lots of fun spotting them and saying what they are called. Thirteen pages, each with a different topic – in the playground, at nursery school, on the farm or at the supermarket, always have something new in store for the children to discover. The big book for recognising and naming, an ideal companion for children who are learning to talk from the successful team of Dorothee Raab and Bettina Abel.
| 12 months +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Hebrock, Andrea (Illustrator)

Ricky Racoon paints with his hands.
Ricky and his daddy paint a picture for Mummy. Ricky wants it to be nice and colourful! Daddy puts paint on Ricky’s and Ruby’s hands and the pair print the colours onto the paper. Now won’t Mummy be pleased if Ricky uses his hands to make the wall look nicer, too?
| 24 months +

Maar, Paul (Author) Maar, Anne (Author) Ballhaus, Verena (Illustrator)

A colourful selection of stories, rhymes and pictures: a real family treasure from Paul and Anne Maar

Fabulist family! Paul Maar and his daughter Anne began making up stories together long ago and still do when the family meets up. Now their best poems have now been compiled in the anthology Mehr Affen Als Giraffen (More apes than giraffes). A treasure trove of stories, rhyming riddles, picture puzzles and other word games – jointly and individually developed and with colour and black-and-white illustrations by Verena Ballhaus and Paul Maar.

Poems, stories, puzzles and much more besides – with lots of pictures in colour and black and white. Beautifully bound with a half-linen spine and ribbon marker.
| 12 months +

Abedi, Isabel (Author) Cordes, Miriam (Illustrator)

Where is Grandpa Elephant going? Children have many questions to ask
Grandpa Elephant says goodbye to his grandchildren and explains that he is going to die and will not be coming back. The elephant children think about what it’s like when you’re dead. Can you walk on the clouds and do the angels make music? Or do you come back as a butterfly? The children know one thing for certain, though, that their grandpa will always be with them in their thoughts and dreams.
A sensitive picture book that can help parents to speak to their children about death and loss. With lovely pictures full of atmosphere. | 3 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

What does the little princess have for breakfast? What do Princess Louisa’s magic flowers look like? Draw the princess on her way to the castle! Delightful pictures to complete and colour in that are lots of fun for young and not quite so young artists, at home and on the move. | 5 +

Schneefuß, Trixi (Illustrator) Sommer, Eleanor (Illustrator) Raab, Ann Cathrin (Illustrator)

Beginners’ Scrawls and Scribbles: Draw in the millipede’s legs! The sheep hasn’t any wool? The spaghetti is still missing from the plate? At last, there’s a colourful book with pictures even boys will enjoy finishing off: Beginners’ Scrawls and Scribbles, massive fun for very young artists. Here, fantastic ideas are transformed with humour and great instinct into pictures that are ideally suited to the cognitive and motor skills of small children. And that means they are guaranteed to experience a first sense of creative achievement.

The successful Scrawls and Scribbles concept now in large format for children aged 2 and over, with colour details and extra-thick pages!
| 24 months +

Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Draw scary faces on the monsters! What does the monster take on holiday? And who is still sitting having coffee and cake with the monsters? Amusing, original pictures to complete and colour in that are lots of fun for young and not quite so young artists, at home and on the move. | 5 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Which animals live underwater? Who spends the winter in a pile of leaves? Draw the bear’s shaggy fur! The young and not quite so young artists have loads of fun completing and colouring in these funny animal pictures, at home and on the move. | 5 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Creative scrawls and scribbles! An innovative drawing book for small children
What’s hatching from the eggs? What is the brave knight running away from? What is the fairy conjuring up and which treasures are hidden away deep inside the mountain? Children can let their imagination run wild with The Scrawls and Scribbles Book and the pictures inside invite them to complete the unfinished drawings and to make up stories. Each child can finish off the pictures however he or she wants and begin with the one he or she likes best – that’s why not only children but also teenagers and even adults have so much fun with this book!
A super concept also for nursery schools and schools – developed in collaboration with the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg. | 4 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Draw a treasure map for the pirates.
How does the chimney sweep find the fireplace? Draw the people who live in the house and their furniture.
Who did the cheeky little dragon steal the egg from?
Developing the imagination is what this special painting book for young artists is all about. It contains pictures sketched and partly coloured in by fourteen artists fort he children to complete. And who can spot the scribble mouse hidden in some of the pictures while they’re painting?

The third book in the popular series.


| 4 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Whose turn will it be to use the skipping rope next? How do the girls make it to the other side of the river? Who does Felix give the pears to? Warm-hearted and amusing pictures to complete and to colour in that are lots of fun for young and not quite so young artists, at home and on the move.

Other than friendship, the three main themes in this series are: monsters, animals and princesses.
| 5 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Author) Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Learn to paint with the Scrawl and Scribblers!
How do you turn a splash of paint into a funny creature? See how many things you can do with a dry brush! Which objects can you use as stamps to make the best patterns? From A for application technique to Z for zigzags and all kinds of other methods for creating colourful pictures. Not a page of this how-to-paint book will stay empty. Easy-to-follow instructions and imaginative examples show the children how many different ways there are to create the loveliest pictures. With ample space to practise and try things out, plus a certificate to cut out!
The how-to-paint book with a difference from the successful Scrawls and Scribbles team!
| 5 +

Livanios, Eleni (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

Wonderfully thick and with a host of illustrations – that’s what makes this compendium of fairy tales such fun, even for young children of three and over. This picture-book treasury contains ten of the most popular fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm:
Sleeping Beauty
Hansel and Gretel
Snow White
Cinderella
The Frog King
Rumpelstiltskin
The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids
Rapunzel
Mother Holle
| 3 +

Michaelis, Antonia (Author) Bednarski, Laura (Illustrator)

Fearless princess rescues robber and fire-breathing dragon!

Princess Alva (who is not really a princess, but don’t tell anyone) rides to the forest in her unicorn-drawn coach, accompanied by her servants. When they are held up by a gang of robbers, the voice of the great fiery dragon terrifies all of them except Alva. The dragon wants to get rid of his cough, the robbers want to get rid of the dragon, their leader is in trouble, and Alva wants everyone including herself to be happy. So come to the forest and find out how Alva solves each and every problem, and how chocolate buttons can make all the difference.

- Strong girl character gives the lie to stereotypical perceptions of gender roles
- Antonia Michaelis uses a playful, childlike style of language in the telling of her highly imaginative story
- With cheerful illustrations by Laura Bednarski

| 4 +

Pressler, Mirjam (Author) Eisenbarth, Pia (Illustrator)

Emma is a big girl now, so she wants to go to the toilet – just like Mummy and Daddy. Mummy draws a list for Emma and Emma gets a star ever time something lands in the toilet. That’s really easy-peesy, Emma thinks to herself. When the list is full, there’ll be a reward for her. That’s why she can hardly wait to have to go to the toilet again. For new toilet kings and princesses. Tested by parents; success guaranteed! | 24 months +

Rudolph, Annet (Author) Rudolph, Annet (Illustrator)

Happy Easter! Hide-and-seek fun with the Easter Bunny and his sparkly egg.
The little bunny’s got a problem: He‘s found a hiding place for all of the Easter eggs except the loveliest one, the sparkly egg. Where on earth can he hide it? Then he has an idea. An amusing Easter bunny story for tiny tots. With a sparkling foil egg on every page! | 24 months +

Dax, Eva (Author) Dully, Sabine (Illustrator)

Watch out, the Unstoppable Five are in our midst! But who is probably the most unstoppable? Miss Hic, The Puffy Fart, The Burp, Professor Achoo or The Yawner? A crazy contest begins. And just when they all think it will be impossible to find a winner, a very different candidate turns up – one who’s far more terrible than all the rest!

The second picture book from the dynamic duo Eva Dax and Sabine Dully takes an amusing look at bodily functions.
Knowledge in story form: unstoppably entertaining
| 4 +

Rudolph, Annet (Author) Rudolph, Annet (Illustrator)

Temperature or not? An activity book with a toy thermometer.
Beaver and his friends aren’t feeling well at all. What a good thing the children can take their temperature with the thermometer to find out who really is ill and who has just been rushing around playing too hard or is too warmly dressed.
A subject children love: playing doctor and taking temperatures. Here the children learn about typical children’s illnesses and the right way to treat them. With a thermometer on a string.
| 24 months +

krima & isa (Author) krima & isa (Illustrator)

Beaker, dummy or rubber duck. The board picture books feature the successful krima and isa design that’s equally popular with mothers and children and for the first time open up the krima and isa world to the very young. A pictionary for tiny tots drawn with lots of love and attention to detail. | 12 months +

krima & isa (Author) krima & isa (Illustrator)

Digger, tractor or fire engine. The board picture books feature the successful krima and isa design that’s equally popular with mothers and children and for the first time open up the krima and isa world to the very young. A pictionary for tiny tots drawn with lots of love and attention to detail. | 12 months +

Vogt, Stefanie (Author) Hebrock, Andrea (Illustrator)

| 12 months +

krima & isa (Author) krima & isa (Illustrator)

A cuddly sheep, a cheeky hen or a fluffy chick. The board picture books feature the successful krima and isa design that’s equally popular with mothers and children and for the first time open up the krima and isa world to the very young. A pictionary for tiny tots drawn with lots of love and attention to detail. | 12 months +

krima & isa (Author) krima & isa (Illustrator)

For the very young: the magical world of krima and isa.

Spinning top, cuddly elephant and favourite doll: tiny tots will find all of their toys on the pages of the krima and isa picture dictionaries. The board picture books feature the successful krima and isa design that’s equally popular with mothers and children and for the first time open up the krima and isa world to the very young. A pictionary for tiny tots drawn with lots of love and attention to detail.
| 12 months +

Michels, Tilde (Author) Michl, Reinhard (Illustrator)

A hare, freezing with the cold, seeks refuge on a bitter winter’s night. Soon after, he is followed by a fox and then by a bear. The animals promise Ivan not to fight amongst themselves. When Ivan wakes up next morning, he thinks it was all just a dream – until he sees the footprints in the snow outside his cabin. | 4 +

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

The Little Owl Wants Everyone to be Her Friend


The Little Owl is terribly bored. Luckily she meets the little dormouse and the pair have a wonderful time playing hide and seek. And because they both get along so well, they both know instinctively that they will be seeing each other again.



Bestseller character: over 900,000 Little Owl copies sold



Perfect for nursery school children



Popular topic: friendship
| 3 +

Leykamm, Martina (Author) Leykamm, Martina (Illustrator)

Many of the toys that fascinate our tiny tots can be found in this picture dictionary. Each double page is devoted to one or two subjects. Particularly delightful: the handwritten representation of sounds and noises that some things produce and children always want to imitate. Other picture dictionaries in this style: MY BABY ANIMALS, MY GOODNIGHT BOOK and MY VEHICLES.

This picture dictionary for modern families has fantastic illustrations packed with playful details and is ideal for reading at home and on the move.
| 12 months +

Kiss, Gergely (Illustrator)

Who does the trunk belong to? Guessing games with a funny animal muzzles index

Who does this beak belong to? Whose is the trunk and who has a gigantic green mouth? On every double page, there’s an animal hiding behind a wall or a bush and the first thing the children see is its muzzle on the index card. Amusing rhymes help the children to guess the animal and then, on the following double page, they find out whether or not they were right! The amusing pictures and light-hearted rhymes encourage the children to join in and the cheerful animal guessing game holds lots of surprises for them.
| 24 months +

Wich, Henriette (Author) Sohr, Daniel (Illustrator)

Bin lorries are sooo exciting! No wonder Ollie is so thrilled when his Grandpa takes him to the waste disposal depot. He gets to see all the different vehicles and Grandpa shows him what happens inside a waste incineration plant. Of course, Ollie also learns how to separate waste properly at home – and even gets to visit the recycling centre. | 3 +

Wich, Henriette (Author) Hartmann, Jörg (Illustrator)

I want to be a fire fighter! But what really goes on inside a fire station? The children find out with Ian because Ian is going to the fire station with his father for the very first time today. There’s so much to discover here! Ian looks at all the fire engines and is allowed to visit the operations centre and the repair workshop. When, on top of all this, he actually discovers a fire in a warehouse, Jan’s mind is quite made up that he wants to be a fireman one day. | 3 +

Leykamm, Martina (Author) Leykamm, Martina (Illustrator)

Many of the baby animals that fascinate our tiny tots can be found in this picture dictionary. Each double page is devoted to one or two subjects. Particularly delightful: the handwritten representation of sounds and noises that some things produce and children always want to imitate. Other picture dictionaries in this style: MY TOYS, MY GOODNIGHT BOOK and MY VEHICLES.

This picture dictionary for modern families has fantastic illustrations packed with playful details and is ideal for reading at home and on the move.

| 12 months +

Leykamm, Martina (Author) Leykamm, Martina (Illustrator)

Many of the things that fascinate our tiny tots can be found in this picture dictionary. Each double page is devoted to one or two subjects. Particularly delightful: the handwritten representation of sounds and noises that some things produce and children always want to imitate. Other picture dictionaries in this style: MY BABY ANIMALS, MY TOYS and MY VEHICLES.

This picture dictionary for modern families has fantastic illustrations packed with playful details and is ideal for reading at home and on the move.
| 12 months +

Maar, Paul (Author) Krause, Ute (Illustrator)

Going swimming, having a picnic, picking cherries – hare and bear have plenty of things to do today. There’s lots to discover while they do them, too, as each double page is packed with surprises! This beautiful book has fold-out pages in all directions, several little discovery windows and peepholes that reveal lots of funny details. | 24 months +

Maar, Paul (Author) Swoboda, Annette (Illustrator)

Time for a cosy cuddle! A goodnight treasure book by Paul Maar and Annette Swoboda
What’s going on today? First there’s a beaver in the bed, then there’s a porcupine, an ostrich and even a circus clown! They are all either far too big or far too prickly to be cuddly. But then along comes the fluffy, white sheep – and now all the children know it’s time to go to sleep. It’s so lovely to have a visitor! Amusing rhymes to join in with. Wonderful for bedtime rituals! | 24 months +