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Can you imagine how much I love you? The big cat loves her baby so much that she even paints the sky blue for the kitten. She moves mountains and makes the stars smile for her child. A book that makes a wonderful gift for children, but also for parents on the birth of a baby. With delightful, brightly coloured pictures and rhymes by Susanne Lütje.
| 12 months +
Lilli and Marlen have always been best friends and now they’re at grammar school together.So is Armin, who stinks of cheese whenever he gets excited. This naturally does nothing for his popularity. One day, Lilli cheats a little to help Armin in maths. When this comes out, she finds herself having to give him private coaching in the summer holidays. To make matters worse, Lilli and Marlen’s parents decide to take him on holiday with them. Well, that’s just great! But then Marlen realises that Armin isn’t as bad as they though.
A story of growing up between school, friends and family that’s couched in humour and yet told with incredible insight into children’s everyday lives and cares!
More than 400,00 copies sold!
| 10 +
Holidays at last! But for Charlotte, the trip she was planning with her friends won’t be happening because she doesn’t have the money. Instead she spends the summer running her mother’s not terribly successful sandwich bar with the help of Jamie, a trainee chef, and Metin, Charlotte’s best friend. Together, the three cook up the perfect plan for turning the sandwich bar into something really cool. Sound good? Yes, but it all gets pretty complicated, too, because Jamie is in love with Rosalie (who isn’t interested in him), Metin thinks he’s mad about Charlotte, and Charlotte doesn’t know which of the two is cuter, Jamie or Metin…
Usch Luhn’s story of city kids and their escapades is infused with Berlin atmosphere, and contains an amazing plan and stacks of tasty cookies. With some fantastic cookie recipes at the back!
| 12 +
The countdown’s on! Henrietta will soon be turning 13, when she will officially be a teenager. But she has quite a lot to do before then, like getting herself a steady boyfriend. And she also wants to find out a few important things – what being in love is like, how to be a great kisser, what goes on in boys’ heads and why parents are always so terribly embarrassing. She starts researching all of these things and trying out some experiments, and also manages to put her foot in it at every possible opportunity.
| 11 +
Fourteen-year-old Lu is overjoyed: her crush Noah went out with her to the cinema! So now she is more excited than ever about their school trip to the island of Amrum, where they will surely get together. But that’s easier said than done: as soon as she takes her eyes off Noah, he is flirting with Jenny from Berlin. No matter what Lu wants to do with Noah, the cheeky girl from Berlin is always close on their heels. And on top of this, Lu’s mother suddenly appears on the island. How embarrassing is that! How will Lu manage to conquer Noah’s heart now?
| 12 +
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.
| 12 +
How to teach media skills to children – without turning it into a lesson
The author Benjamin Wockenfuß is a social media manager and addiction therapist who also runs the project DigiKids for the Hessian state office for addiction issues, which is sponsored by the TK health insurance fund. It supports the idea that digital media belongs to the world in which our children live and that it is not a question of either/or but rather the need to recognise that digital and analogue are both part of the same interactive process.
A story that triggers the imagination and shows that Lotta has fun learning to look beyond the edge of her father’s smartphone screen.
With an introduction by the author, actor, blogger and Grimme Award winner Schlecky Silberstein.
The DigiKids Project:
DigiKids is a media competence project that can be implemented from kindergarten onwards and was first introduced in 2017. The aim is to give children confidence in dealing with digital environments instead of being dominated by them. At the same time, DigiKids seeks to retain the children’s connection to the analogue world by strengthening it and developing it further. The project also aims at involving parents and teachers in the process and provides them with support training.
The TK health insurance fund Techniker Krankenkasse at present supports pilot projects in Hesse.
Further information at www.DigiKids.online
| 4 +
In the age of digitisation and “New Work”, fatherhood has become more complicated than ever; the role of contemporary fathers and the culture of fatherhood generally are constantly being redefined. #Brilliantdad gathers together these ideas about the role of fathers in their children’s upbringing, and demonstrates that their implementation has an invariably positive effect on all the relationships within the family as well as contributing to career success.
With an inspiring “Dad Power” picture book for dads and children to read and explore together.
Practical, entertaining information targeted firmly at men and fathers - in a handy go-to format.
With day-to-day challenges to enable men to become more actively involved in their children’s upbringing.
Planner, bullet journal, workshop and more, all in one book.
Includes an inspiring “Dad Power” picture book for dads and children to read and explore together (double-sided cover). | 14 +
- A charming Christmas story for a quiet, cosy time with the family
- A fantastic fable about friendship and compassion
- Lavishly and colourfully illustrated chapters of the perfect length for reading aloud | 5 +
You can clearly see in the moon’s soft light
How baby animals sleep at night.
A kiss, a cuddle, a nuzzling nose,
And very soon their eyes will close.
This is what the animals do.
Do you like kisses and cuddles too?
How does the lion say goodnight? What does the baby mouse like best before he falls contentedly asleep? The animal children and their parents cuddle up close before they go to sleep at night just like young human children do. An absolute favourite for every child’s goodnight ritual! Eight goodnight scenes with beautiful pictures and lovely rhymes to join in with.
24 months +
How does the lion say goodnight? How does the owl rock her young to sleep? And how does the mouse get her mouse child to nod off? Tender goodnight rituals invite imitation and are crowned with a nice, cuddly goodnight kiss.
An enchanting bedtime book with quality special effects. Fluffy sensory elements for sleepy children to stroke complete the bedtime rituals.
| 24 months +