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Inkiow, Dimiter (Author) Rettich, Margret (Author) Dierks, Hannelore (Author) Scheffler, Ursel (Author) Rahn, Sabine (Author) Gieseler, Corinna (Author) Schmid, Thomas (Author) Reider, Katja (Author) Fröhlich, Anja (Author) Steinwart, Anne (Author) Wich, Henriette (Author) Rebscher, Susanne (Author) Cordes, Miriam (Illustrator) | further

1-2-3, glittery! Great gift for school starters with reversible sequins

I want to go to school, too! When this glittering reading material with the reversible sequin cover is given as a first-day-at-school present, even the most sceptical of children about to start school will find it very easy to say goodbye to their nursery school. On the inside, the loveliest stories by Ursel Scheffler, Henriette Wich, Dimiter Inkiow and many others; on the outside, 123 and ABC all at once.

Trend: reversible sequins

Great gift for school starters

Well-known authors have children looking forward to starting school | 5 +

    Dietl, Erhard (Author)

    Learn the alphabet with Oggly nonsense and rhymes – the perfect present for children starting school

    What an alphabet soup! The much-loved and highly entertaining Oggly first reader, featuring graphics from the film. The Ogglies love A because it smells of Ash. They tremble at B, because Baths are torture for Ogglies. C for Computer isn't so bad, because the Ogglies find them as tasty as extension flexes. | 6 +

      Weger, Nina (Author) Kühler, Anna-Lena (Illustrator)

      A Robber Who Doesn’t Want to Rob?!

      Amusing and perfectly pitched for its target audience: the kind of topsy-turvy world that children love

      New series by bestselling author Nina Weger: 175,000 books sold

      Hey-ho, the robbers-oh! In the second volume of Nina Weger’s Robber Rapido series, there’s uproar in Pickpocket Woods: People wearing track-suits are jogging through the undergrowth! Forester Schmidt has built a keep-fit path. The band of robbers isn’t going to stand for that. But what can they do? It will take cunning and guile, as Little Robber Rapido discovers.

      A true easy read: generous typeface, a likeable hero and loads of humour | 5 +

        Weger, Nina (Author) Kühler, Anna-Lena (Illustrator)

        A Robber Who Doesn’t Want to Rob?!

        Amusing and perfectly pitched for its target audience: the kind of topsy-turvy world that children love

        New series by bestselling author Nina Weger: 175,000 books sold

        A robber who doesn’t want to rob anyone. That’s Little Robber Rapido, Nina Weger’s lovable new hero. “But why do robbers have to rob people?” Little Robber Rapido wonders. The answer is quite obvious to his friend, Rapscallion the Raccoon. It’s because they’re called robbers! “But why are they called robbers?” Sigh. This is precisely the problem: Rapido asks too many questions. He thinks too much. In fact, he’s completely un-robber-like. His father, Robber-in-Chief Rigorous, thinks so too. But then Rapido proves them all wrong! | 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 +

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

            The magic of reading – Unipig style

            Unipig still finds reading a bit difficult. And he doesn’t much want to practise. Instead, he keeps conjuring up ABC biscuits. But when Emmi and Unipig have to return Dad’s borrowed books to the library, they encounter a whole host of book-mad mythical creatures. It would be too funny for words if Unipig didn’t end up being a keen reader too!

            Packed with suggestions for reading out loud | 5 +