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Elf princess Eyela used to own one of the five magic mirrors of the land of the elves. But the mirror broke when she tumbled from her horse during the grand summer tournament. Since then, disaster has befallen the land of the elves. Leonora the magician sends Eyela and her best friend, Feya, to Oracle Mountain, where they are to find a magic jewel that will replace the mirror and restore peace to the country.
Due for release in spring 2018: bayala® New Adventures in The Land of the Elves.
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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?
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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?
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The trees are still holding on to their many-coloured leaves and the weather is far too warm for the time of year when the four friends Talis, Alva, Will and Sam happen upon a gleaming stone in a forbidden part of the forest. Hardly have they found the stone than they have strange creatures clad in iron armour pursuing them…
A fantastic adventure comic that whisks children away into an unfamiliar world packed with fun and action and opens up the world of reading even to unpractised readers.
Second book in the series to be published in autumn 2021 | 6 +
Moving and funny, this charming story is told with a light touch by Thomas Möller and Sebastian Grusnick.
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That wasn’t the plan at all! When Albert Twostone is supposed to be flying back to the present from ancient times in his speed-of-light capsule, he ends up landing in the courtyard of the Archbishop of Mainz, who is just expecting the arrival of Emperor Barbarossa. Albert soon discovers that people in the Middle Ages don’t know the meaning of fun – and promptly finds himself thrown into the dungeons. But when he reveals himself to be a talented singer, he is asked to defend the Emperor’s honour in a minnesinger competition. Will everything turn out all right?
Book 2 in the amusing time travel series, featuring a host of historical facts and a lovable hero who is always putting his foot in it! Lots of illustrations in trendy scribble look.
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Albert Twostone is a real nerd! He has managed to build himself a speed-of-light capsule – the only trouble is that he accidentally slips down a worm hole in his tin can and ends up in the middle of the Roman Empire. Before he can say boo to a goose, he is picked up by some men draped in tablecloths and packed off to Rome to take a message to Julius Caesar. The great emperor is very impressed with Albert’s fighting skills and hires him as a bodyguard for his next military campaign. What a good thing Max Punk, Albert’s rat, is there with him and has brought along his futuristic high-tech rat pack, too.
A hilarious and irreverent diary of time travel into the depths of history with lots of comic strips.
The first in a particularly amusing series of time travel diaries: Hilarious stories combined with fascinating historical facts and a lot of comic strips.
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Chaos on Set
And action! Kay accidentally strays into an audition and suddenly finds he’s landed the lead role! It goes without says that COOLMAN also wants a part and is constantly coming up with great tips – especially for stunts. After all, no one knows more about movie action than he does. It doesn’t help that Kay’s friends Alex and Justin are there, too, because Kay doesn’t want them to know anything about COOLMAN. It’s all an absolute disaster! But then they come up against real live gangsters and suddenly their film adventure turns into a proper thriller…
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Kay desperately needs a job – because Kay needs money. It goes without saying, of course, that COOLMAN is always on hand to give him plenty of useful tips and advice. But anyone who knows COOLMAN will know that he catapults Kay from one sticky situation into another – in this case from dog sitting to selling raffle tickets to being a store detective. But will all of this really help Kay out? That doesn’t seem likely with COOLMAN around …
The fourth book in the definitive series of hilarious, fast-paced books for boys filled with slapstick, suspense and sticky situations!
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If you thought Kai and COOLMAN were inseparable, think again because this time, COOLMAN suddenly disappears! Not exactly of his own free will, and actually under rather painful circumstances, at least for Kai. It all begins when Kai ends up on a boxing course. Luckily he’s got COOLMAN to help him out and advise him – which is sometimes good, but usually not. But then COOLMAN suddenly disappears. Kai without COOLMAN? An impossible situation! And very soon it becomes clear that neither of the two can manage without the other. Never change a winning team! This book from the popular comic book series by Rüdiger Bertram and Heribert Schulmeyer portrays the tumultuous daily life of a very nearly ordinary twelve-year-old and is equally chaotic, incredibly funny, sometimes embarrassing and always exciting. With several comic strips.
•\x09The sixth book in our comic book series featuring dramatic chaos accelerator Coolman: When he suddenly disappears from Kai’s head, he causes even more chaos than ever.
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Hilarious, self-deprecating humour and loads of slapstick
Two whole weeks in London! Sound cool? Not if your name is Kay and your every step is dogged by a walking nightmare called COOLMAN. Yet the language course really could have been great fun because the girl Kay is sweet on is also there. Only she seems to be more interested in the toffee-nosed aristocrat Charles. Instead of helping Kay, COOLMAN only makes things far worse with his clever-clogs suggestions and because of him Kai ends up wrecking Charles’ Rolls-Royce and Stonehenge ends up in ruins. But COOLMAN had nothing to do with the theft from the museum. Now he and Kai must bring their detective skills into play to find out who did.
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Could things get any worse? While conducting an experiment for the young scientists competition, Kay suffers the same fate as COOLMAN: he becomes invisible. But that’s not all! Although he manages to reverse the transformation, he finds that now not only he, but also COOLMAN can be seen! However is Kay going to explain the weird guy who never leaves his side to the others?
Book 8 of the hilarious adventures for boys, with lots of comic strips.
The spectacular final episode in the COOLMAN series!
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Monti, Jaro and Klara are super detectives – at least, that’s what they think! They’ve already got themselves a really cool headquarters, too, in a broom cupboard at the Bella Italia restaurant – and everything could be even better if Monti’s little sister wasn’t constantly pestering the three friends. But that suddenly doesn’t matter any more when they find themselves with a first case to solve. The monster swap cards everyone at school is collecting have mysteriously disappeared. Very soon the detectives and their chinchilla dog, Pepper, have picked up a hot lead…
Volume 1 – the detectives’ first case is an exciting and amusing school story all about swap cards. With over 300 illustrations and colour pages.
•\x09The first in a series of detective stories in comic novel format: with amusing comic pictures in bright colours and a text by popular author Martin Klein.
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It was actually just by chance that Bob and Tim managed to put top international agent Thomas Snyder out of action. But that was what drew his secret organisation’s attention to them. On the spot, S.W.A.P. recruits the boys and assigns them to Snyder’s case, which is to stop the madman Hazweio, who wants to take control of all of the world’s water resources. And before they know it, the pair are right in the thick of an action-packed adventure.
With lots of cool cartoons.
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If Bob and Tim had been able to imagine that the life of a secret agent would be far more exciting than school, they would not have resisted the call to become super agents so vehemently. Having put a stop to the evil Mr. Vulture’s little game, they are now looking forward to their next assignment. And that is to prevent an arch villain from causing the biggest volcano in the world to erupt and destroy all life on Earth.
With lots of cheeky cartoons.
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Kay and COOLMAN have visitors from France! But of course nothing turns out quite they way they had planned. It’s not just that Dominique, Niki for short, the exchange student who comes to stay at Kay’s house, turns out to be a girl, but that she is as annoying a chatterbox as COOLMAN, not leaving Kay a moment’s peace. COOLMAN, on the other hand, is bowled over by the bubbly French girl and willing to give up anything for Niki – even Kay! And Kay has problems enough as it is because his relationship with Lena has just reached an all-time low once again. So what Kay needs now is a good plan; a good plan and a brown-and-white rabbit. No wonder all kinds of chaos are in store yet again for the two friends. This is the fifth book in the popular COOLMAN AND ME series for boys by Rüdiger Bertram and Heribert Schulmeyer, full of disastrous adventures, comic strips and unbeatable humor!
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The fact that Kay is the only person who can see COOLMAN doesn’t make matters easier – especially when his sometimes rather dubious advice gets Kay into embarrassing situations. Not that this is COOLMAN’s fault! Kay finds himself following his invisible companion’s suggestions again and again – which can be disastrous, especially where girls are concerned. And when a whole weekend without parents is in the offing, his elder sister is planning to throw a huge party, his school is organising a fancy dress party, he is supposed to be going as an aubergine – and nothing is really turning out as he planned, there’s only one thing for it: for Kay to emigrate. Or to face the situation like a hero!
- With lots of amusing comic strips, a likeable first-person narrator and his chaotic sidekick
- Fast-paced, simply hilarious narrative
-The tumultuous daily life of an almost perfectly ordinary 12-year-old: chaotic, funny, sometimes embarrassing and always exciting
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Ideal for boys at the “girls are stupid” stage, with hilarious cartoons that take the work out of reading.
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Great fun for all primary school levels, not just, but also and even for boys who are reluctant readers.
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Two plus Three are on the lookout for a new case! When Mrs Thingummy’s ferret is kidnapped, finding him is clearly a job for the detectives and Pepper, their chinchilla. But then more and more pets disappear and everywhere the same letter turns up claiming responsibility. The detectives immediately realise what that means: there are professional kidnappers at work here. But no case is too difficult for Two plus Three!
A picture reader with lots of colour pictures by Amber Fuchs and an exciting detective story by Martin Klein: clever comic fun for beginning readers! The concept was developed by experienced teachers to motivate rather than overwhelm beginning readers.
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Bob and Tim are just back from their last mission for S.W.A.P. and already have their next assignment all lined up. The world is in danger – from a treacherous virus that is threatening to wipe out the human race. Who is behind it all? None other than Baron von Funeral, of course, and the boys instantly realise that they have to do all they can to stop the megalomaniac miscreant. He, however, is already on his way to outer space. Luckily, Bob and Tim aren’t top agents for nothing – and that applies in space, too!
Book 3 in the super cool secret agent series featuring a host of cheeky, cartoon-style illustrations.
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Kay is six years old and he longs to own a pet. That's why COOLMAN, his invisible friend, takes him along to the zoo: they are sure to find an animal there that they can take home! But the elephant is too big, the lion is too dangerous and the flamingos are to pink. But does Kay really need a pet if he has COOLMAN?
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Kai starts school. Obviously, he has to have his invisible friend COOLMAN with him on his first day because school would only be half the fun without him! COOLMAN puts Kai up to all kinds of pranks. Kai wears his first-day school cone that had all the nice presents in it on his head, writes the wrong name on his name badge and jumps through the picture when the class has its photo taken. School is definitely never going to be boring with COOLMAN around!
Book 2 of the COOLMAN books for beginning readers.
Büchersterne learn-to-read books for reception class children: large primer print, simple words, short sentences and more pictures than words for the youngest beginning readers.
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How rotten is that! Bram can’t play for FC Redspike because he’s too small. Standing on the sidelines, Bram meets Drago, who’s also not allowed on the pitch. Drago isn’t an ordinary boy, though; he’s a vampire. He has some friends who are just as unusual as he is, and he and Bram decide to start their own team with them. They call themselves the Pitch Monsters! And even though the briefest exposure to sunlight reduces Drago to dust, defender wolf Lars is not in command of his temper and the monster twins would rather eat the ball than kick it into goal, they end up winning the match against FC Redspike.
Comics are a playful invitation for children to read
Fantastic pictures with large print for beginning readers in the speech bubbles.
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Bob and Tim had always thought that they had finally put paid to the machinations of the megalomaniac Baron von Funeral on their last mission. But already there’s bad news awaiting them at the S.W.A.P. headquarters: a zombie disaster is threatening the world! All over the globe, the undead are appearing and it’s only a matter of time before the entire human race has been wiped out. Luckily, however, S.W.A.P. has two crisis-tested top agents in Bob and Tim, who let absolutely nothing deter them!
Book 4 in the phenomenally cool and action-packed secret agent series complete with lots of hilarious cartoons that reduce readers to helpless laughter!
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13-year-old Ralf dreams of becoming a famous YouTuber, and is desperate to impress Mia, the prettiest girl in the school, with his own videos. Oh, and he wouldn’t mind becoming rich and famous, either - or finally settling the argument with his arch-enemy Julian as to who’s the coolest of them all.
But what makes for a smash hit YouTube channel? Ralf - a creative newbie - makes his tentative entry into the World Wide Web, which is riddled with far more pitfalls than he could ever have imagined.
Silas Matthes’ “RalfTube” is a story of friendship, courage and dreaming big. Packed with boy-friendly comic-style illustrations, it’s designed to get them reading.
Your own YouTube channel: the dream comes true!
Modern, feisty and funny, this comic-style book is perfect for reluctant readers, too