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Blomkvist, Bjarne (Author) Brenner, Lisa (Illustrator)

Who can solve the mystery? Semra, Carlo and Ben are faced with a mystery: the pet shop has been burgled, but at first sight there’s no evidence of anything having been stolen. The odd thing is that the doors of all the guinea pigs’ cages are wide open. Once six guinea pigs have been recaptured, it becomes clear that the seventh is missing. A surveillance video puts the three sleuths on the trail of a shady diamond smuggler. More cases to come!

This innovative crime series involves the readers in the action and fosters understanding of text and picture elements on five full-page mystery pictures.

Interactive crime stories – a special concept
Each book encourages the children to help guess what has happened and solve the mystery. In each one, there are five full-page mystery pictures containing answers and clues that bring Ben, Carlo and Semra step by step nearer to solving the case. These pictures are always on the right-hand side of the book. A small magnifying glass shows the young readers when there is something hidden in the picture. The children can then read the answer or the instruction to turn to the next page.

Exciting fun for beginning readers: an extremely popular classic genre, redefined and for the first time specially adapted for beginning readers!

| 7 +

Böhm, Anna (Author) Göhlich, Susanne (Illustrator)

Emerging readers celebrate a wedding with Emmi and the Unipig!

Antonia is desperate to play at weddings. She therefore decides that Emmi and Moritz would make the perfect bride and groom. However, Moritz is already taken, and Emmi prefers playing on the swings. The Unipig would love to marry Emmi, though. That will be a party and a half! Even if it’s not quite the party that Antonia had imagined…

Stories about Emmi and the Unipig for emerging readers.
Make-believe weddings - one of the top themes for primary school children.
Over 100,000 books sold, and with a significant social media presence. | 6 +

Haberstock, Meike (Author) Haberstock, Meike (Illustrator)

The Right Honourable Victoria FitzQuirk is new in Anton’s class – and she really thinks she’s something. That doesn’t stop John from falling madly in love with her, and Marie also lets herself be “persuaded” into being her friend. Only Karl and Michael want to have nothing to do with the stuck-up newcomer. And what about Anton? He comes up with a super idea for a pancake-eating competition to bring everyone together.
Meike Haberstock’s An Anton for Life offers child-appropriate philosophical answers full of humour and charm to the big questions of this world.

With many, many pictures and perfect for reading aloud or for children to read to themselves.
| 6 +

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

The Little Owl wonders what’s inside the big egg?

“Too-whit, too-whoo, whose egg are you?” wonders the Little Owl when he sees an egg in the nest next door. Where has it come from? And what should they do? The hare, the bear and the butterfly all have their own ideas, but only the sparrow knows that it has to be kept warm. And then there’s a crack - and a little chick pops out. Hurray!

Little Owl and Friends have sold more than 1 million copies.
Little Owl’s characteristic year-round charm.
Egg topic makes it perfect for Easter.

18 months +

Maar, Paul (Author) Wittkamp, Frantz (Illustrator) Limmroth, Manfred B. (Illustrator) Bittner, Ralph (Illustrator) | further

Autumn holidays! Ulli is being allowed to travel by himself for the first time: on the train from Stuttgart to Munich to stay with Aunt Helga and Anne. His mother takes Ulli to the station and puts him in a compartment with an old woman on her way to Munich. Ulli is not impressed. He would rather be in a compartment with other children. But then the old lady starts telling him stories, making up fantastic, long G sentences and A sentences and reciting crazy poems. | 7 +

Fiedler-Tresp, Sonja (Author) Sohr, Daniel (Illustrator)

For all train fans, young and not so young! Mary travels on an ICE train, Leo goes on an outing with his nursery school and visits the railway mission, and Christian takes a train trip with a real steam engine.
The many colour pictures make these varied stories even more appealing to small children.
You can look at them together and read them aloud.
| 4 +

Böhm, Anna (Author) Göhlich, Susanne (Illustrator)

A Detective With a Heart and a Horn Clearly a case for Emmi & Unipig

More than 100,000 copies sold of the series!

A thief is wreaking havoc in Elftown. He’s stealing the expensive street lamps that normally allow the human population’s flying creatures of fable see where they’re going at night. Daddy’s dragon even had an accident in the sudden darkness. Mummy Brix is supposed to be solving the case – she is a police officer, after all. But then Unipig gobbles up a small cake that’s the only piece of evidence! Emmi is furious. But perhaps the pair can still help Mummy to find the thief.

The delighted readership of this enchanting series: charmingly imperfect. Unipig speaks from children’s hearts!

Wonderfully written, with light-hearted humour, but also depth.

8 +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Weldin, Frauke (Illustrator)

It’s Easter and even the animals at the zoo are having an Easter egg hunt. Where, oh where, has the Easter Bunny hidden the egg for the penguin? Could it be in the igloo? Or under the ice floe? Elephant, crocodile, bear and turtle also welcome the young readers’ help in their search for eggs. Under which of the flaps is the egg hidden?

| 24 months +

Gries, Martin (Author) Badstuber, Martina (Illustrator)

Paul, the go-to-sleep-sheep, keeps on jumping over the fence until everyone is asleep. But that’s not so easy to do. After he has jumped over the fence upside down, bottom first or swirling like a whirlwind, Paul gets very tired himself. And suddenly he and cuddly pig are curled up with cuddly blanket underneath the pear tree - fast asleep! | 24 months +

Böhm, Anna (Author) Göhlich, Susanne (Illustrator)

Heroes sometimes emerge from the most unlikely places!

The two magical creatures of Emmi’s bossy schoolmate, Antonia, and the grumpy Mr Bockel were accidentally switched, and now everyone is miserable. Which is why Unipig and Emmi volunteer to reverse the unfortunate exchange. Easier said than done! For Antonia to reclaim her beloved matchling, Mr Bockel must agree to take back his own magical creature, the dreaded spitworm. Which is how Unipig and Emmi discover the Bockel family’s long-kept secret … and the spitworm reveals some unexpected abilities!

Emmi and Unipig are simply adorable. Author Anna Böhm’s little heroes convey the wise message ’Be true to yourself!’ with great humour and charm.

“A turbulent, beautiful, true-to-life story, bursting with curious, clever, creative ideas, and the most wonderful illustrations – just the way a children’s book should be.”
Gelnhäuser Neue Zeitung

8 +

Böhm, Anna (Author) Göhlich, Susanne (Illustrator)

A pig with a horn and a heart in the right place!

In Pixietown, every child gets a magical creature for their tenth birthday. Emmi will turn ten next week, and she is absolutely sure that her creature will be a graceful, lovely unicorn. But when the day arrives, what does she see rolling towards her through the magical mist? A smiling pig — with a unicorn’s golden horn! Emmi cannot imagine a magical creature less special than the cheerful pink unipig who will be her magical creature for the rest of her life. As luck would have it, she has already told half the school that she will be getting a unicorn, so a unipig is the last thing she needs right now. But Emmi has no idea how unique her unipig will turn out to be!
A heartwarming story of friendship and identity.

Emmi and Unipig are simply adorable. Author Anna Böhm’s little heroes convey the wise message ’Be true to yourself!’ with great humour and charm.

“A turbulent, beautiful, true-to-life story, bursting with curious, clever, creative ideas, and the most wonderful illustrations – just the way a children’s book should be.”
Gelnhäuser Neue Zeitung

8 +

Schreiber, Chantal (Author) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator)

Kurt goes Ninja: a new adventure for the reluctant unicorn.

Friendship? Duty? Kurt can take them or leave them. But when Fred, leader of the brave Ninja Goldfish, needs help, the grumpy unicorn gets stuck straight in. Ninja goldfish are vanishing from Fred’s shoal. Kurt quickly turns himself into the world’s first Ninja Unicorn. The two heroes set out on a rollercoaster hunt for the missing fish. Things start to look dicey, and they end up being helped by a violet-scented farting Twonicorn. In short: Kurt is back - grumpier and funnier than ever!

Third volume of the hilarious series: join the Cult of Kurt!
A fictional first: a grumpy ninja unicorn.
“In” Ninja topic: boys love Kurt, too! | 5 +

Böhm, Anna (Author) Göhlich, Susanne (Illustrator)

A Detective with a Heart and a Horn: Clearly a Case for Emmi and Unipig!

A thief is wreaking havoc in Elftown. He’s stealing the expensive street lamps that normally allow the human population’s flying creatures of fable see where they’re going at night. Daddy’s dragon even had an accident in the sudden darkness. Mummy Brix is supposed to be solving the case – she is a police officer, after all. But then Unipig gobbles up a small cake that’s the only piece of evidence! Emmi is furious. But perhaps the pair can still help Mummy to find the thief.

The delighted readership of this enchanting series: charmingly imperfect. Unipig speaks from children’s hearts!

Wonderfully written, with light-hearted humour, but also depth. | 5 +

Grimm, Sandra (Author) Sodré, Julie (Illustrator)

Yetta is a tiny, helpless cub when she is born. Luckily, the snow den she grows up in is well hidden. She stays inside the den with her brothers and sisters and their polar bear mother until it is spring outside. | 4 +

Rose, Barbara (Author) Ishida, Naeko (Illustrator)

A flower fairy, a unicorn and a magical friendship!
Rosalie can hardly believe her luck! An entire herd of unicorns has come straight from the Crystal Mountains to Blossomwood School to offer their services to the little fairies. Yolanda, one of the unicorns, and Rosalie soon become inseparable, riding out together and cuddling a lot. But Rosalie soon gets bored with the daily grooming and mucking out and ends up neglecting her unicorn. One stormy night, Yolanda decides to break out of her stable and run away. With the aid of her friends, the little flower fairy finds her unicorn again and swears to look after Yolanda properly from now on.

A new Blossomwood School adventure with a host of colourful illustrations that make reading to yourself so much fun!

| 6 +

Fessel, Karen-Susan (Author)

“People are always talking about getting better. No one ever talks about dying. Yet that was what frightened me most: that Mummy might die.”
Mummy, Daddy, Louise and Ruben had been going to go to Spain for their holidays. Louise and Ruben were already looking forward to it like mad. But then their mummy suddenly has to go into hospital because the doctor has discovered a lump in her breast. Then Louise catches the word “cancer” for the first time. That scares her. Wasn’t that what her best friend Becky’s grandma died of? But the adults calm her fears. Everything will be all right, we just have to be patient. And funnily enough, the holidays turn out to be really nice because Grandma comes to look after Louise, Ruben and Daddy – and Janni, an old friend of Mummy’s comes, too. And anyway, Mummy gets a little bit better every day. Soon she’ll be home again and then everything will be the same as it always was. And it is, at least to begin with.
But then Mummy has to lie down more and more often because she is so tired and one day she has to go back to hospital. The cancer is now in so many parts of her body that they can’t remove it in an operation. When none of the treatment works, Mummy goes into a special clinic where you can only visit her once a week. Now, for the first time, it occurs to Louise that Mummy might die, and Mummy promises to give Louise a sign when the time comes – so they can say goodbye. Then Mummy leaves the clinic, against Daddy’s will. She says she can be ill just as well at home. Louise and Ruben are happy and, strange as it may sound, this time, in which Mummy gradually gets more and more ill, is the best they’ve had together.
In the end Mummy has to go back to hospital but she keeps her word and gives Louise a sign. She tells her that people turn into stars when they are dead. Of course, Louise knows stars are really small planets with the sun’s rays shining on them. On the other hand, though, people still don’t know everything about the universe yet. So perhaps Mummy really is a star now, shining down on her and Ruben and Daddy, and because she’s a star, she’ll always be with them, after all? A Star Called Mummy | 10 +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Rammensee, Lisa (Illustrator)

An egg-hunt with a difference: who’s hopping around in the Easter nest?

Knock, knock! It’s coming from the egg. But who can it be? A busy bunny listens in to all the eggs - and young readers can discover the little inhabitants along with him. The delightful egg-dwellers include a fluffy penguin, a yellow chick, a platypus, a crocodile and a little tortoise. But shhh! No sound is coming from the last egg. Whatever could be in there?

Large egg-flaps encourage children to guess and discover.
Perfect for Easter celebrations.
Written by rhyme queen Susanne Lütje (“The best Dad in the world”). | 18 months +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Rammensee, Lisa (Illustrator)

A beautifully made board book which tells the story of a charmingly different family

Pingu and Pongo are happy
As a penguin pair can be.
But then they’re even happier
When two plus one makes three!

Pingu spends his days doing what penguins like to to do best: swimming, diving, and sliding on the ice. Then he meets Pongo and they are very happy together. One day they suddenly find something lying on the ice: an egg! The pair incubate it. And what hatches out? A little chick. How wonderful!

18 months +

Schreiber, Chantal (Author) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator)

The unicorn craze? Totally pathetic! says Kurt.

A pesky bird, a princess who beats up the prince and Kurt, an unwilling unicorn who thinks, sparkly pink stars and rose-scented farts are totally pathetic – it’s enough to make you weep. But what’s the good of complaining? With a little help from Trill the bird and the ninja goldfish, unicorn Kurt will rescue kidnapped Prince Flea in the end, pink fur or none.

“Kurt is one thing above all else: amazingly funny! At last, here we have a different kind of story about unicorns and princesses. That Kurt is anything but your typical unicorn and that he finds everything a unicorn normally represents incredibly annoying, is the theme that runs right through the book and keeps the laughs coming right to the end.” -

- Full English translation available!
- An unwilling, guaranteed cliché-free unicorn
- Ironic, amusing story time fun even grown-ups will love to read
- Hilariously illustrated by Stephan Pricken | 5 +

Friedrich, David (Author) Vigh, Inka (Illustrator)

Friendship. A moment in which only the important things survive.

Perhaps Augustine really was the love of Torge’s life – but now she’s gone. And although he can sometimes be quite annoying, Yorek is still a pretty good friend.

Slam poetry meets illustration: young authors write about grand emotions. New territory for words and images! | 14 +

Ameling, Anne (Author) Hardt, Iris (Illustrator)

Magical minutes with fabulous creatures

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!
| 3 +

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

Brownie & hamster: a "hyggelig" friendship.

Fresh out of brownie school, Jeppe the brownie finally has his first human dwelling to take care of. Bad luck for him, though, that Oswald the hamster already lives there and insists on making Jeppe’s life as house brownie pretty difficult. Whenever Jeppe wants to repair or improve something in the dilapidated wooden house, hamster Oswald is sure to cause chaos. But when their home is threatened, the pair realises that they not only have to stick together but also that they actually like each other.

Jeppe & Oswald, an exciting story of friendship featuring lovable new characters, modern, amusing and heart-warming. An ideal read-aloud book for children aged four and over.
| 4 +

Scheerer, Susanne (Author) von Sperber, Annabelle (Illustrator)

Families are like a rainbow – they come in every colour.
How come Oscar has two mummies, Tilly wonders. Her big sister, Frieda, explains that Oscar’s mummies badly wanted a baby but couldn’t make their wish come true. Then they met Tilly’s and Frieda’s parents and Frieda’s and Tilly’s daddy donated some sperm to Oscar’s mummies. That’s how Oscar came to be born and a great wish turned into an even greater miracle.

Two Mummies for Oscar deals with the topical subject of “rainbow families”: vivid, descriptive and written in child-appropriate language, the book makes it easy for parents and teachers to talk about diversity to children of three and over.
| 4 +

Rings, Andrea (Author)

Arguments for climate protection, rhetorical techniques, and helpful tips – in the tradition of Stéphane Hessels Time for Outrage!

Learn to argue like Greta in six punchy chapters: What are we facing? To what extent are society and politics to blame? What are the psychological effects of impending climate change? How can I defuse myths about the climate? Tips for effective ways to talk about the climate, ideas to help you get involved yourself, and conversational techniques to employ. In short: get involved!

Political topics presented in a modern and accessibleway for young people | 12 +

Cordes, Miriam (Author) Cordes, Miriam (Illustrator)

“The travel bear loves to travel, but even more does he adore - packing his suitcase!” And because his suitcase is so wonderfully big, all kinds of things fit inside it. He first packs his pyjamas. Then his hat. And then …? What else does the bear pack? On every page there’s a picture of the suitcase with a flap to open. By lifting the flap, small children can find out what the Bear has already put inside it. And when he has at last stowed everything in the suitcase, the bear is tired out and no longer feels like going away.

“I pack my bags and take…” – a book version of the game
With large suitcase flaps and cute rhymes
| 24 months +

Koch, Miriam (Author) Koch, Miriam (Illustrator)

Easter Bunny Ethan paints the prettiest Easter eggs far and wide, and he finds the best hiding places, too. Everyone who finds his eggs is really happy. But on Easter morning, Ethan is very sad because, for once, he would like to find an egg himself. What a good thing his friend Bertha hid an egg especially for him.

A short story for Easter beginners about the give and take of happiness.
| 24 months +

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

Mummy takes Ricky and Ruby shopping, something they all enjoy. Ricky particularly likes weighing bananas because the banana picture is the easiest one to recognise on the supermarket scales. That's why Mummy has to buy bananas every time! | 24 months +

Fröhlich, Anja (Author) Kiss, Gergely (Illustrator)

3,2,1, mine? The animal’s winter jumble sale.

What? Winter isn’t coming this year? Peter Piek the hedgehog can hardly believe his ears. Now what are the other creatures going to do with their winter things? Of course, they’ll hold a jumble sale! And very soon they are swapping back and forth: The fox’s ice hockey helmet becomes a paddle boat for the hedgehog, Aaron the stag’s sleigh is turned into a garden swing and someone else is using the warm bearskin as a bathing costume. But just as the animals are about to hold their summer party, the first snowflakes begin to fall. What now? An imaginative story full of fun and surprises, told in appealing, cheeky pictures with lots of interesting details.

Wonderfully whacky and at the same time warm and affectionate: the sequel to the surprise hit 'To Go or Not to Go'?
| 4 +

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 +

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

The little unicorn is in despair. His horn simply refuses to grow! The goat offers to lend him one. The rhino comforts him, saying that his own horn also took a very long time to grow. Then horse gives him a kiss to make him feel better, and suddenly he feels something tingling on his forehead.

- Enchanting unicorn story, full of warmth and humour and totally kitsch-free.
- Trend topic unicorn – without the kitsch factor
- A new favourite from the creators of the popular “Ow!” said the Owl (“Die Eule mit der Beule”)
- Rhymes by Susanne Weber full of warmth, humour and charm

| 24 months +

Michaelis, Antonia (Author) Schüler, Kathrin (Illustrator)

Road novel by Antonia Michaelis about two unequal heroes and an awful lot of cows

The two meet one night in summer: Sean , a student from Iran, who’s been in Germany for two months, and Davy, a home kid who’s run away to look for a friend. Both become witnesses to a robbery. Pursued from now on by both the criminals and the police, they go on the run together, from one end of Germany to the other, across strawberry fields, beneath dark storm clouds, through beer gardens, in a hot-air balloon, by train and moped. Again and again, they find themselves surrounded by cows - apparently it’s their fate. Why else should the car carrying Sean and his deportation order get stuck in a herd of cows on the way to the airport?

Brilliant, bizarre and funny: Antonia Michaelis takes her readers on a tour of Germany through the eyes of a refugee and tells the story of an unusual friendship.
| 14 +

Nöstlinger, Christine (Author) Dietl, Erhard (Illustrator)

Ever since Mum and Dad split up, Su (that’s Susanne) and her sister, I, (that’s Imelda) have been living with their mum at their grandmother’s and great-aunt’s house, who are really driving Su crazy with their bossy ways and obsession with cleanliness. It’s high time that Mum married again! And because Su isn’t sure whether her Mum agrees with this, she decides to take matters into her own hands. | 10 +

Bertram, Rüdiger (Author) Schulmeyer, Heribert (Illustrator)

Anselmo and Bogart, his talking toy cat, find themselves having the craziest adventures of all time! Delivering the last order of the day with Marco the pizza delivery boy, they end up at a villa that is anything but normal. There, they not only encounter a snoring armchair, a mop that sings love songs, a fibbing staircase and a whacky professor, but also discover a rocket. Only the notorious Pizza Riota can save them now! | 8 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

At last Tim has a pet all his own! But when Tim and his big brother, Yuri, have put their guinea pigs into their new cage, Daddy tells them to leave Renni and Typhoon in peace to start with. Tim isn’t even allowed to stroke Renni! This makes Tim so sad he simply cannot go to sleep that night. In the end, he steals out of bed again and takes Renni out of the cage … | 3 +

Wewer, Iris (Author) Wewer, Iris (Illustrator)

A small piglet with great courage! A particularly lovely picture book about not being frightened any more.

It’s the middle of the night when the small pig’s curiosity gets the better of him and he sneaks into the white house at the edge of the village and settles down for a sleep on the sofa there. He has absolutely no idea that this is the house where the great big, greedy Grommels live. And they are anything but pleased when they discover their impudent guest the following morning. But a small pig isn’t going to be frightened by huge teeth and long claws, is he? Or is he? Author and illustrator Iris Wewer tells a wonderfully warm-hearted story of bravery and friendship, with a lovable main character and terrifying monsters, which is also perfect for nursery school.

A delightfully cheeky pig in a wonderful story of bravery and friendship

Full English translation available!
| 3 +

Steckelmann, Petra (Author) Schulze, Marc-Alexander (Illustrator)

Scrooge is a miserly, money-grabbing old skinflint with a heart of stone, it seems. Although he is very rich, he gives nothing to the poor, lets Bob, his clerk, work in a freezing room and has no compassion for poor, sick Tiny Tim. But then – on Christmas Eve – Scrooge receives a visit from three ghosts and they change his life for ever… | 3 +

Schreiber, Chantal (Author) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator)

The Only Thing Worse Than Unicorns? Twonicorns!
Volume 2 of the fast-paced read-aloud best seller – Kurt defies all unicorn clichés!
Read-aloud enjoyment for children and adults alike

Too much unicorning! After freeing the Princess, Kurt wants a bit of peace and quiet. However, Trill’s little brother and the other animals are still imprisoned, so his hopes of having a rest are dashed. What follows is a horn-ruffling adventure in which Kurt only just manages to escape from the clutches of a love-struck pig with its sights set on the unicorn – and then a Twonicorn appears on the scene and even more chaos ensues. Of course, everyone lives happily ever after, and all the animals are freed. In Volume 2 of her series about the grumpy unicorn Kurt, Chantal Schreiber has again created a fast-paced read-aloud treat. | 5 +

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

A new story about the beloved unicorn who has no horn.

It’s raining. The little unicorn wonders what to do in this weather. A little bird suggests it could go and look for the rainbow. Easier said than done, though, because for that, you need rain and sunshine at the same time. The elephant offers to blow away a few clouds. Then out comes the sun and a rainbow appears in the sky.
“And now,” the unicorn laughs, “I’m going to turn the rainbow into a slide!”

The second book about the lovable unicorn with no horn will delight little girls’ hearts with a large portion of unicorn, rainbow and glitter.
| 24 months +

Inge Eicke, geboren 1952, unterrichtet seit über 30 Jahren hauptsächlich die Fächer Deutsch und Musik. In ihrem Schulalltag war es ihr schon immer ein Anliegen, die jedem Kind innewohnende Kreativität in Schreibwerkstätten oder beim Theaterspielen zu fördern. Nahezu alle Buch- und Musikprojekte ihres Mannes, dem Kinder- und Jugendbuchautor Wolfram Eicke, hat sie in ihrer Entstehung begleitet, darunter „Der kleine Tag“, „Das silberne Segel“, „Der Notenbaum“, „Die Himmelskinder Weihnacht“ und mit ihm diverse Theaterstücke für Kinder entwick...
Pia Eisenbarth
Pia Eisenbarth wurde 1960 in Zweibrücken geboren und lebt heute in Geisenheim, Rheingau. Seit ihrem Grafik-Design-Studium in Wiesbaden arbeitet sie als freiberufliche Illustratorin für verschiedene Kinderbuchverlage, Kinderzeitschriften und Museen sowie als Dozentin an der Volkshochschule und Fachhochschule.
Petra Eimer studierte visuelle Kommunikation in Aachen und freie Kunst in Sevilla. Anschließend arbeitete sie als Artdirektorin und freie Illustratorin in Köln, bevor es sie die schöne Natur der Eifel zog. Hier taucht sie mit Leidenschaft in die Welt der Farben und Kindergeschichten ein und hat bereits zahlreiche Bücher illustriert.
Insa Thiele-Eich, geboren 1983 in Heidelberg, ist Meteorologin und Klimaforscherin an der Universität Bonn. Sie trainiert außerdem dafür, im Rahmen der privaten Initiative „Astronautin“ für eine Wissenschaftsmission zur Internationalen Raumstation ISS zu fliegen. In ihrer Freizeit geht sie gerne im Wald laufen, fotografiert oder liest ihren drei Kindern Bücher vor.
Mette Eike Neerlin
Mette Eike Neerlin wurde 1979 in Frederiksberg geboren. Sie hat Dänisch und Chinesisch an der Universität von Kopenhagen studiert. Von 2004–2006 besuchte sie eine Autorenschule für Kinderliteratur. Sie wohnt in Frederiksberg mit ihrem Freund, zwei Kindern und einem Zwerghamster. 2011 erschien ihr Debütroman. Für "Pferd, Pferd, Tiger, Tieger" wurde sie 2015 mit dem dänischen Literaturpreis Skriverprisen ausgezeichnet.