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- 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 +
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 +
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 +
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 +
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
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.” - Buchkinderblog.de
- 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 +
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 +
What a pesky horn! The narwhal never knows where to put it when he wants to cuddle. But then he realises that the other animals have difficulties of their own. The octopus has so many arms he almost ends up in a knot. The sea urchin doesn’t want to prick anyone, and the seashells don’t have any arms to hug anyone with in the first place. But in spite of all the obstacles, each animal has its own, affectionate way of snuggling and cuddling. And so the little narwhal also comes up with a wonderful solution.
Watch out lama, sloth and flamingo! It’s simply impossible not to love the little Narwhal! | 18 months +
She eventually confides in her grandmother, who gives her a hand-knitted brightly coloured jumper. When Mia puts it on, she can't believe her eyes and ears: "Pilou" can magically speak and understand Mia's problems. Thus begins a special and miraculous friendship. Will Pilou be able to help Mia solve her problems?
With her magical, speaking jumper, bestselling author Tatjana Strobel has created a friend and helpmate for every child. Pilou understands all children's fears and anxieties, and gives them the tools to deal independently with the situations that bother them, and to find solutions to them.
An I-can-do book by bestselling author Tatjana Strobel - sensitively handles difficult situations for children. | 5 +
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.
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 +
13-year-old Lina lives in the mountains with her father and brother. When she is given the mare Fjella, it seems as if her happiness is complete. However, the caramel-coloured pony is beyond unusual, and has a horny place between her ears... Soon not only Fjella but also Lina and her friend David are in danger – for Fjella is very special, and unfortunately the wrong people get wind of this.
| 10 +
- Some 50,000 books from the series sold (July 2019)
- Emmi & Unipig delight readers and the press alike
- For girls and boys who are interested in much more than unicorns and pink glitter
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 +