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Love, hate and intrigue: Surrender to the glamour society and you will never be free of it again!
Star potential: Gossip Girl meets Selection meets Pretty little Liars
-\x09A plot entirely without fantasy, a setting worthy of glossy magazines
-\x09Friend or foe, love or hate? Big emotions and even bigger intrigues
Book 2 will be coming out in February 2019: Glamour Girl - Poisonous Truth
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Loner Conni is convinced there’s no such thing as friendship! And he’s dead set on proving it to the Bad Boys and the Little Bitches by splitting them up from the inside. He knows the four friends’ weaknesses and involves one after the other in secret actions designed to show him up us as a completely self-centred hypocrite. Conni’s plan seems to be working, but when Lizzy suddenly has an accident and her friends risk their lives to save her, the true meaning of friendship becomes clear. Conni realises his mistake and has to apologise.
A fascinating web of intrigues and lies – for all fans of the TV series “13 Reasons Why.” Secrets and the dark side of human nature straight from the daily life of the target audience.
| 14 +
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.
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Book 5 in the magical Fairy School series, with delightful, richly detailed illustrations by Naeko Ishida.
Bestselling combination: cheeky protagonist plus the top girls’ topic, fairies.
Fanciful illustrations and texts children can read for themselves.
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The Sat gives Mr Pocketbeer a very precious present for his birthday: a very last wish dot. But what does Mr Pocketbeer go and do with it? He makes a wish for the wrong thing, of course - namely, a Sat for his pesky neighbour, Mrs Redcabbage. And straight away, there’s a second Sat sitting at their dining table! It is scarily well behaved, but it poses a huge challenge for the Pocketbeer Sat!
At last: a Sat read-aloud book by Paul Maar, written especially for younger children! Perfect preparation for the iconic Sat books and super for reading aloud!
| 5 +
Another classic in the Sat series with new colour illustrations by the successful artist duo Paul Maar and Nina Dulleck. At once timeless and modern, with lots of humour in aid of greater open-mindedness and tolerance. | 7 +
Lena thinks her new brother has a great life. Mummy is always carrying him. She can hardly ever pick Lena up anymore and also has less time to read to her and play with her. Luckily, Lena comes up with lots of good ideas: she paints a picture while Mummy is nursing her brother, she and Mummy push the pram together, and every day there’s a Mummy-and-Lena time that’s reserved especially for them.
| 24 months +
Mimi is so madly in love with Chris that her stomach seems to have thousands of butterflies fluttering around in it. The only problem is that Chris lives at the other end of Germany. Will their romance last even if she only sees her boyfriend in the holidays? Everything would be so much easier if it weren’t for her stupid jealousy! But somehow all the other girls seem to know Chris far better than she does …
| 13 +
Pia’s life is pretty busy just now. Ever since her friend Georgia has been obsessed with the idea of starting a guerilla restaurant in the school basement, all her time has been taken up with filming the goings-on on her video camera and uploading it onto YouTube. To start with, her other friends, Anke, Paula and Julie, aren’t really keen on the idea of wielding a wooden spoon, but when their culinary efforts are appreciated and Pia starts seeing hearts whenever the caretaker’s son is around, the whole thing seems to be a win-win affair. At least, that is, until horrid Valeska shows her claws and looks like exposing the whole project…
Jana Scheerer’s story of a friendship and an unusual idea are woven into a book that is fun-packed and so gripping it’s hard to put down.
A crazy plan and chaotic cooks in a tumultuous story of ups and downs that has a happy ending.
| 13 +
Freda Fractious, ready for anything! Anna is seven and sometimes a little shy. When she receives an invitation to Marie’s birthday party, she isn’t sure whether or not to be pleased. Freda, Anna’s rag doll, on the other had, has absolutely no doubts that birthdays are super! You see, nothing intimidates Freda. She’s self-confident, rebellious and impudent, and so it’s sometimes quite good that only Anna can hear the kinds of things Freda comes out with all day long.
With its many colour illustrations, this top title from the successful COOLMAN duo is ideal for beginning readers!
The perfect female counterpart to COOLMAN – with ordinary life and a good pinch of anarchy making an ideal mix.
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Everything's going wrong for 13-year-old Pia just now. Not only has Nick, her boyfriend, finished with her, but her father has just fallen head over heels in love! And before she knows it, Dad's new flame is moving in and bringing Philip, her son, with her. Pia immediately writes off the unwanted addition to the family as a complete idiot, of course. But when Pia ends up in her school’s musical project group with Philipp and Nick, she suddenly discovers that having a new brother can be quite practical. Because with Philipp, who's in the year above her, she can make Nick really jealous…
Full of situation comedy and witty repartee, Birgit Hasselbusch’s novel is all about first-time romance and heartache – and why it is always good to have an ace up your sleeve if you want to win the Jack of Hearts.
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