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Where would you hide a treasure? Can you spot Roberta’s magic wand? Sing along nice and softly, that will do the poor monster good! This book has these and lots of other interactive ideas for the children. There are stories about little dragons, scatterbrained witches and much more besides. The reader can pick the activity he or she feels is suitable for the child. But each of the stories is naturally plenty of fun even without this added extra.
A storybook with a clear, self-explanatory concept and tips for reading aloud that will have children joining in, listening and laughing.
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-\x09A small hero for children who don’t like going to bed
-\x09Great adventures with a snuggle factor, perfect for goodnight rituals!
-\x09A wonderful adventure in chapters ideal for reading aloud
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Here’s a book to make you laugh your crown off! In this popular activity and read-aloud series, children can guess, search and be creative when they encounter dragons spewing soap bubbles, students of magic banned from performing spells, and lookalike princes, who would rather play tricks on the whole court than save a princess. A kingdom for one more story.
This book is for children who love fairy tales retold in modern style, with 10 fairy-tale stories for activities and having fun, full of ideas and stimulating suggestions for craftwork and games.
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Lilli Luck has her hands full yet again! Great-grandmother’s 100th birthday is just around the corner, the great Flood Festival is coming to Dyketon and now, of all times, all the creatures in the sea are acting crazy. Even Ottie, the old octopus in the aquarium, is quite beside himself. Suddenly, Lilli’s pearl begins to gleam a bright gold, a sure sign that there’s a magical sea creature nearby. But which one? And could it perhaps be dangerous? Why else should all the animals living in the sea be so terribly nervous? And before she knows it, Lilli is plunging headlong into her next adventure.
Lilli Luck. The Dragons are Roaring is a whimsical story with a breath of fresh magic to it
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A hilariously chaotic story about friendship, for reading aloud to children of 6 and over.
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The perfect length for any storytelling occasion: three minutes about moonlight-eating Moon Moomins? Or a five-minute journey to the kingdom of the Tuber Trolls who long to ride unicorns? Or pay an eight-minute visit to the magical plant pot dwarves? This story book is simply teeming with whimsical texts full of enchanting ideas and magical creatures.
With Three-Five-Eight-Minute Stories about Dragons and Unicorns, children of three and over will find all their favourite magical characters in a single volume.
Book 7 in the richly and colourfully illustrated hit series – more than 85,000 copies sold!
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Trenk is in a pickle! If only he had brought some genuine dragon’s teeth back to prove the beast was dead – of course, he didn’t want anyone to know that the dragon in question was actually a friendly mother dragon and that Trenk’s dragon-slaying evidence was just the young dragons’ milk teeth! But now Trenk has been found out and knights from all over are wanting to hunt down the dangerous dragon. Trenk and Thekla soon set out to warn the mother dragon. But then Trenk is lured into a cunning trap by evil Sir Werthold…
The sequel to Trenk the Little Knight
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How did Firebottom come to be with the Ogglies? Here’s the answer! A typically Oggly approach to the subject of children’s desire for a pet!
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A super-exciting new Oggly story
Top themes: pirates, dragons and kidnapping
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What a good job Paula has her school cone dragon with her on her very first day at school. Because that's how she gets to know her new friend, Sina, who has a dinosaur on her cone, so that the pair immediately recognise that they would go well together! From now on, Paula always has her dragon with her, because with a school cone dragon at your side, nothing can happen to you. A great adventure with Paula from the popular beginning reader series by Ursel Scheffler.
Learn to read with “book stars” for year one: very large primer print, easy words, short sentences and a big picture-to-text ratio for the very youngest beginning readers. Also included: 16 pages of reading puzzles and games in a supplement at the back plus an Internet reading mission.
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The 24 instalments of Erhard Dietl’s advent calendar story are hidden away in perforated pages. That way, the children can open a new Oggly door every day to find puzzles, jokes and songs.
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•\x09A fascinating selection of stories full of humour and lots of realistic and fantastic characters
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A brand-new Sat story, illustrated by acclaimed author Paul Maar.
The Sat isn't allowed to do anything! So it spends its days being bored while Mr Taschenbier is at work. Through the window, it spies a couple of children clambering aboard a dragon. The Sat wishes it could do the same. As the dragon shop is shut, though, the Sat decides just this once to use the forbidden Wish Machine. Lo and behold: a little dragon appears before him! An entertaining game of hide and seek ensues, because Mrs Rotkohl must, needless to say, not discover what's going on. However, there's no way to hide the fact that everyone is so happy all of a sudden. For the Sat managed to conjure up a Chinese lucky dragon!
- A new Sat story written and illustrated by Paul Maar.
- Immense multi-generational fan-base - over 5 million copies sold in Germany.
- Translated into 23 languages
- New: rhyming chapter titles | 7 +
The Ogglies are green, have horns instead of ears, live on a rubbish tip – and all children love them! When the Ogglies don’t spend the whole day grouching, there’s lots for them to do. Oggly-Grandma, for example, urgently has to get the cave filthy again. The Oggly twins have no time to help her and prefer to take a rubbish bath, jump across mud puddles or fly around a bit with Firebottom, the dragon. When they’ve finished playing, it’s too late to help! With the words and music to the Oggly song. | 4 +
Mila’s school burns down one night, and Mila is the only one in her class who is shipped off to Rocky Meadow Castle. Stupid Meadow Castle, she thinks. Who on Earth wants to go to a school in the middle of nowhere? However... the fact that Mila’s new school is in fact also a conservation centre for the last mythical creatures on Earth makes things a bit more interesting. And then Mila discovers that she has a particularly good instinct when it comes to these curious creatures.
Guaranteed to thrill child readers: School, friendship and mythical creatures | 8 +