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Is it all right to fib at Christmas? Kirsten Boie and Salah Naoura tell us that sometimes it is allowed! Top German-language authors invite readers to rediscover the Christmas. There are stories about live Christmas cribs, children waiting for snow to fall, about how often you can celebrate Christmas, and how aliens would probably feel at a Christmas market. Fascinating Christmas facts as well as Christmas recipes and poems complete this festive compendium.
A Christmas treasure trove of a book with beautiful colour illustrations that will retain its fascination for many years!! Stories by Paul Maar, Erhard Dietl, Martina Wilder, Antonia Michaelis, Salah Naoura and many others.
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Brimming with exciting adventures, hilarious experiences and the canny Oggly’s very special brand of common sense – a great read.
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The Riddle of Smelliville Castle
Mysterious and olchiferously thrilling! The Ogglies and their new friend, Vicky, discover a labyrinth of caves beneath Smelliville Castle, the home of Countess Crescentia de Worm and Baksheesh. What can be hidden there? But as if that weren’t adventure enough, someone is mounting litter assaults on the castle gardens. Whoever can it be? And who has kidnapped the countess? Could any of this have something to do with the piece of land the countess is planning to sell?
•\x09The fifth book in the Oggly children’s series
•\x09Lots of colour illustrations by the author
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All Gustav Gorky and his fellow crew members on the Big Bang really wanted to do on earth was visit the Broselmann family. But then, all because of a silly mistake, their spaceship is sent hurtling through time and they end up landing on Earth in prehistoric times. The space scientists are delighted – but then Bruno Broselmann is attacked by a greedy tyrannosaurus rex, and that means maximum red alert!
This is the third book about the roving space reporter – a tumultuous adventure by Oggly author Erhard Dietl.
English sample translation available!
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What on earth is that? When the Oggly twins find an old football on the rubbish tip, they have no idea what to do with it. Perhaps they should eat it with some scrumptious sauce? Only Oggly-Grandpa knows what the ball is for. You see, he was a footballer himself, once upon a time! He suggests the Ogglies should play a friendly game against the first team of FC Smelliville. But do the Ogglies stand a chance against these pros? | 8 +
The Ogglies have a delightfully rotten stink and their bad breath sends flies crashing to the ground. Tidiness is the very worst thing for Ogglies! That’s why they’ve just got to get rid of their new neighbour as soon as possible he spends all day clearing up. To recover from all that, they then organize a birthday trip for Oggly-Grandad and end up having some incredible adventures on the Eiffel Tower and the leaning tower of Pisa. This collection of stories includes four of the best Oggly stories: The Ogglies Move House, The Ogglies Fly to School, The Ogglies and the Blue Neighbour and The Ogglies Go on a Birthday Trip. | 6 +
The Ogglies are green, have horns instead of ears, live on a rubbish tip – and all children love them! When the Ogglies don’t spend the whole day grouching, there’s lots for them to do. Oggly-Grandma, for example, urgently has to get the cave filthy again. The Oggly twins have no time to help her and prefer to take a rubbish bath, jump across mud puddles or fly around a bit with Firebottom, the dragon. When they’ve finished playing, it’s too late to help! With the words and music to the Oggly song. | 4 +
There’s so much to see in the city! Cars travelling along the road, workmen busy on the building site, and the roundabout going round and round on the fairground. In each of the funny pictures, Max Mouse is hidden away somewhere, pinching something to take home to his mouse family. To find out what Max’s home is like, you just have to pull out the secret mouse page to see why he needed the things he took. | 24 months +
Grump-fart-devil! Professor Fizzywine knows that tummy ache is a terrible thing! He also knows that Ogglies never have tummy ache even though they gobble up the most peculiar things – for example, rice-nail casserole with smelly socks au gratin. There must be a reason for this, the professor thinks and, with the aid of the Ogglies, sets to work developing an efficacious remedy for tummy ache with the aim of winning first prize at the Inventors’ Congress. The trouble is that he hadn’t reckoned with the Ogglies’ stubbornness. And then Professor Fizzywine’s medicine turns out to have a completely different effect from the one he intended!
Great fun for all Oggly fans: the first Oggly novel for children with lots of colour illustrations by the author.
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English sample translation available! | 8 +
A circus has come to town and Smelliville is all agog! But then the sinister magician hypnotises Oggly-Grandma and turns her into his assistant – all dressed up in a fancy lace costume! He also wants to have the rubbish tip cleared. Naturally, the Ogglies are determined to save their home and their granny. With the aid of the ingenious Professor Bubbly, the Ogglies discover that the magician is mixed up in an unsolved art theft and that the booty is supposed to be buried somewhere in Smelliville. In this exciting, hilarious, action-packed children’s novel by Erhard Dietl with lots of colourful illustrations by the author, it’s a clear case of red alert for the Ogglies!
•\x09A new book about the bestseller family
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Full English translation available! | 8 +
Slimy sludge and doggy poo! Fantastic fun for Oggly fans and beginning readers.
The Oggly kids are fart-blastingly bored with their pets. Firebottom is asleep, the rats are dozing and the flies are dropping dead to the floor. What a toad-slimy piece of luck that a dog turns up on the rubbish tip at the right moment. He can even do tricks and loves rolling in mud! Welcome to the Ogglies’ world, dear first-time beginning readers.
Over 100,000 Oggly copies sold in the beginning readers’ category alone
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Grump-fart-blast! Can you credit it? The Ogglies are visited by a proper king! Grandma-Oggly is delighted. Yet the unexpected guest expects to be waited on hand and foot and keeps the Oggly family on its toes with his special wishes. In the end, Grandad-Oggly has had enough of it. After all, if a guest behaves so disgracefully, even the most angelic Oggly patience runs out in the end!
The ninth Oggly first-reading adventure. | 8 +
It’s holiday time at last for the Ogglies! They are going to the North Sea mudflats where it’s so gloriously squelchy and everything smells so deliciously fishy. But that’s not all: in an old shipwreck there’s a treasure guarded by a grisly ghost. The Ogglies simply cannot resist taking a closer look! | 8 +
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The odiferator is the best invention Daddy-Oggly has ever come up with! You simply stuff something very smelly into this Oggly engine and before you know it, the captive balloon is floating high above the rubbish heap. Mummy Oggly’s stinker cake is perfect for the purpose. Unfortunately, the Ogglies run out of fuel above the roofs of Smelliville and end up landing in the playground of a primary school that is in the middle of holding a fete. Hurray, now we can all join in!
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The Ogglies are in New York City for the first time – and they think the visit is really toad-slimy! While they are there, the young Ogglies happen to discover a secret space project in which all the tasty rubbish in the world is to be loaded into a rocket and sent up to the moon! Yet Ogglies love nothing more than rubbish. No wonder the young Ogglies suddenly find themselves stowing away on the rocket and bang slap in the middle of a great adventure – for when they land on the moon, the Ogglies find they are not alone…
An Oggly-galactic adventure in the Oggly universe – with lots of colourful pictures by the author and gleaming silver stars on the cover. | 8 +
The Oggly twins want to go to nursery school. Right now, this minute! And they want to do the things children do there: drawing and painting, singing, playing and, naturally, they want lots of sandwiches for the break. When Oggly-Grandma has to fill in for the teacher, it soon becomes very clear that this day is going to be a very special one. After all, the Oggly twins would much rather draw toads than flowers and their favourite game is doing long jumps into the mud …
With a special extra: the Oggly nursery school song with sheet music! | 4 +
The Mayor sends the Ogglies to the Blue Mountains to gobble up all the litter tourists have been leaving behind. When they get there, the Ogglies discover that a ghost has been frightening everyone there. They decide that it must be the super-tidy blue Oggly who’s behind it all – he’s probably trying to chase away the litter tourists!
A children’s bestseller with the ever-popular Ogglies!
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It’s evening and the Oggly grown-ups are longing for some peace and quiet, but the Oggly children are still wide awake. Not even Oggly-Mummy’s lullaby is any use! So Oggly-Grandpa begins to spin them some toady Oggly yarns and tells them all about the old days, when he was a deep-sea Oggly diver, an Oggly astronaut up in space and an Oggly sailor on the high seas. In the end, even the Oggly children grow tired from listening to so many thrilling stories and begin to snuggle down on their mattresses and fall asleep. But now they are snoring so loudly that their parents soon find themselves wishing they were awake again!
Zany Oggly adventure, hilarious and exciting: a typically Oggly-style toady-cheeky goodnight book.
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Chaos ensues as the Ogglies chase through Oggly London and help to solve the crime with two lovable new Ogglies: Mr Paddock, the detective, and his assistant, Dumpy.
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Smelliville is in a state of uproar: A phantom has been haunting the town at night, wreaking damage and destruction – who is the phantom and wherever can it be? And where is Professor Bubbly? The brilliant inventor disappeared without trace days ago. The Ogglies do all they can to catch the phantom and find Bubbly again. After all, Smelliville’s 700th anniversary is just around the corner and they don’t want the festivities to be ruined, toad-fart it all!
The ninth Oggly children’s book, a gripping adventure with Ogglies that demonstrate special courage.
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Gustav Greenpecker, an animal researcher from Smelliville, asks the Ogglies for their help. His wife, Gerda, has vanished without trace while working to protect mountain gorillas, which are an endangered species. In Africa, the Ogglies discover that the mountain gorillas’ habitat is under threat from a huge oil corporation. Could the dubious Mr. Trash, who is constantly on their heels, have something to do with the planned pipeline and the disappearance of Gerda Greenpecker? With lots of colour illustrations by Erhard Dietl.
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The Ogglies travel to Arabia with the scientist Gustave Greenpecker to catch the last surviving chequered tiger shark. They receive a warm welcome at the sultan’s palace and the sultan is so delighted with Mummy Oggly’s belly dancing he would best like to keep her there. But naturally an Oggly-Mummy would never desert her family! And very soon, the Ogglies find they really do have their work cut out for them just trying to save their expedition – because it turns out they are not the only ones after the shark… An exciting Oggly story bubbling over with fun and colourfully illustrated by Erhard Dietl. | 8 +
It’s holiday time at last for the Ogglies! They are going to the North Sea mudflats where it’s so gloriously squelchy and everything smells so deliciously fishy. But that’s not all: in an old shipwreck there’s a treasure guarded by a grisly ghost. The Ogglies simply cannot resist taking a closer look! | 3 +
A toad-slimy, olchiferous ABC – delightfully rhymed and illustrated by "Oggly-Daddy" Erhard Dietl.
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Ogglies are gourmets. Their favourite food is Oggly-Mummy’s stinky broth with fishbone pudding. But where have all the delicious fishbones gone? The whole Oggly family sets out to search for them.
For Year One children: large print, short text passages and colourful pictures to help children understand what they are reading. With reading puzzles included. | 6 +
The latest adventures of the most extraordinary large family in German children’s literature! Huge fun, even when they are really tiny: THE OGGLIES by Erhard Dietl.
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