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Maar, Paul (Author) Maar, Paul (Illustrator)

Oh no! The wish dots on the Sat’s face are disappearing! High time for Mr Pocketbeer to finish building his wish machine! He’s got it hidden in Mrs Redcabbage’s attic. He makes a wish for him and the Sat to be transported there as fast as possible. But they end up in the wrong attic and find themselves face to face with an angry caretaker. Luckily, the Sat and Mr Pocketbeer manage to escape by making another wish, and this time they land right beside the wish machine. At last Mr Pocketbeer can try it out. And what’s the first thing he wishes for? Loads of money! It works, and the whole room is suddenly filled with coins and banknotes – but all in the wrong currency. | 7 +

    Maar, Paul (Author) Maar, Paul (Illustrator)

    Wish dot chaos: a polar bear for Mr Pocketbeer!

    Mr Pocketbeer doesn’t believe the Sat can make any wish come true for him and loses a wish dot every time! That’s why he decides to make a wish for something completely impossible: he asks for snow! And before he knows it, he and the Sat are knee-deep in a freezing snowstorm in their flat. And if that weren’t enough – here come a polar bear and their nosy landlady, Mrs Redcabbage. How on earth is Mr Pocketbeer going to explain all this?

    The second Sat adventure revised for beginning readers and with lots of new illustrations by the author!
    | 7 +

      Funke, Cornelia (Author) Harvey, Franziska (Illustrator)

      Cornelia Funke’s classic for beginning readers
      The well-loved girls’ book – newly illustrated

      Friends for life? Sophie and Ida live in the same building and they’re best friends. Sophie is godmother to Ida’s guinea pig and Ida rescues Sophie from crazy Philipp when he tries to kiss her yet again. One day, a new girl moves into their building, Belinda with the cute tomcat and the sparkly shoes… A classic friendship triangle with a happy ending –emotionally accessible and vividly narrated by Cornelia Funke.
      | 7 +

        Maar, Paul (Author) Schulte, Tina (Illustrator)

        Fun from “A” to “Z”: in Paul Maar’s picture stories, every letter of the alphabet has a funny rhyme and its own animal. These go to make up a great, big animal family and, with this animal family, children can even play number and guessing games as well as do picture puzzles. | 6 +

          Nöstlinger, Christine (Author) Dietl, Erhard (Illustrator)

          Gabi always travels to the country at Christmas to stay with her aunt. This doesn’t please Franz at all. After all, Franz loves Gabi. But Gabi goes anyway, so Franz and Gabi exchange presents early, the day before Christmas Eve. Franz always pretends he’s really pleased with the presents he gets from Gabi, even though that’s not very easy. You see, the presents Gabi gives Franz are always rather unusual … | 8 +

            Dietl, Erhard (Author) Dietl, Erhard (Illustrator)

            Slimy sludge and class outing fun!

            This is enough to drive even the hardiest of Ogglies mad! Schoolgirl Greta has run away from the coach taking her class on a school trip and now she’s playing Oggly tricks on the Ogglies themselves. The Ogglies are very relieved when Greta’s teacher turns up to collect her again. But then the Oggly kids have a bright idea: they always wanted to go on a class trip. In a flash, they climb aboard the coach as stowaways. This class trip is going to be the best fun ever!

            Perfect beginning reader fun with the Ogglies!
            | 6 +

              Mai, Manfred (Author) Stickel, Stephanie (Illustrator)

              First reading fun for football fans

              Watch out, there is a dog loose on the football pitch! Leon is sure he had his dog, Lightning, securely tied up, but there’s just no stopping a genuine football fan. Suddenly, the dog runs out onto the pitch, where Leon and his friends are playing, and straight away scores a goal with his nose! Lightning does turn out to be very useful when Leon comes up against Mr Klopper, though, the neighbour who can’t stand children or noise. Of all the nearby gardens, it’s Mr Klopper’s Leon accidentally sends the ball sailing – and he can’t quite muster the courage to go and get it back himself. Together, Leon and Lightning solve the problem.
              | 6 +

                Bertram, Rüdiger (Author) Bux, Alexander (Illustrator)

                Jacob can hardly believe his luck. A talent scout has invited him to take part in a trial training session for another club’s youth team. In fact, it is the top club in the German soccer league! His friend Tom has also been invited. Both are already dreaming of a great football career. But reality soon catches up with them. The fact is that there are a lot of other strikers competing for a place at the club – and not all of them are playing fair… | 7 +

                  Dietl, Erhard (Author) Dietl, Erhard (Illustrator)

                  Ogglies love the letter A, because it rhymes so well with “waste.” They shudder when they hear the letter B, because bathing is torture for Ogglies. The C for computer is fine because the Ogglies like eating computers just as much as DVDs. This is the toad-slimiest way for all Oggly fans to learn the alphabet and how to make up rhymes – and for everyone else the perfect opportunity to at last become an Oggly fan, as well.
                  A toad-slimy, olchiferous ABC – delightfully rhymed and illustrated by "Oggly-Daddy" Erhard Dietl.
                  | 6 +

                    Boie, Kirsten (Author) Brix, Silke (Illustrator)

                    Little brothers are the nastiest things in the world, Anna thinks. But big sisters aren’t always what you would expect them to be, if you can believe Olli. Anna is nearly seven and in year one at school. Olli isn’t even four yet and has only just started nursery school. He doesn’t know anything about numbers and letters and things like that. All he knows is how to get on his big sister’s nerves – by secretly eating the chocolate out of the advent calendar, or wanting to join in when she’s dressing up with her friends. Then Mummy is always on his side. It’s quite obvious that Mummy loves Olli better. That’s not how Olli sees it, though. He’s never allowed to be in the room he shares with Anna when she’s playing with her friends, and she never gives him any of her sweets, either. No wonder Olli sometimes has to kick her. Then Mummy always scolds him. It’s quite obvious that Mummy loves Anna better. Sometimes, though, big sisters and little brothers can also be quite useful: like when it gets dark and there are dangerous robbers all over the place … | 4 +

                      Scheffler, Ursel (Author) Gerigk, Julia (Illustrator)

                      Pony heaven for Paula!

                      Paula’s the only one who can help! Tom is the new pony on the farm, but he’s so timid he won’t let anyone near him. That’s because his previous owner left him alone far too much. But Paula doesn’t give up, persists with her mysterious pony whisperer talents and keeps on inching closer to Tom – until he is finally eating out of her hand!

                      Book 3 in the new pony series featuring Paula: a book all about horses and friendship that girls are sure to love!
                      | 7 +

                        Mai, Manfred (Author) Stickel, Stephanie (Illustrator)

                        Football, football, nothing but football! Flash, ball-crazy dog and a children’s favourite, becomes a goalscorer.
                        Flash just loves football! He and Leon often practise together in the garden. But can a dog really play in a team? Leon’s friends can't picture that! But when Leon and Flash go to a game between the best junior league teams, Flash leaps onto the pitch before and there’s simply no stopping him. In the end, Flash shows everyone what a talented goalscorer he is!

                        | 6 +

                          Michaelis, Antonia (Author) Gotzen-Beek, Betina (Illustrator)

                          Max had really been looking forward to starting school. But school is hard, especially reading. And Max even bungles his pottery piece in the craft lesson. On the way home, Max is about to throw the stupid bungled clay animal in the bin when something strange happens: the Bungle comes to life! From now on, school isn’t half so bad for Max. Quite the opposite, in fact, all of a sudden school is great fun.

                          | 6 +

                            Zapf (Illustrator)

                            Welcome to the valley – welcome to the wonderful world of reading!

                            The trees are still holding on to their many-coloured leaves and the weather is far too warm for the time of year when the four friends Talis, Alva, Will and Sam happen upon a gleaming stone in a forbidden part of the forest. Hardly have they found the stone than they have strange creatures clad in iron armour pursuing them…

                            A fantastic adventure comic that whisks children away into an unfamiliar world packed with fun and action and opens up the world of reading even to unpractised readers.

                            Second book in the series to be published in autumn 2021 | 6 +