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Finny the dolphin finds a star, Florian sends a message in a bottle, Julia meets a mermaid and Luke chases the flop-eared tiger. Hurray – finally, holiday stories the whole family will love. And not one, but three books in a slipcase that already puts you in a holiday mood the moment you see it.
Three books brimming with read-aloud stories: Adventure Stories, Dolphin Stories & Beach Stories
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A turbulent holiday adventure that makes an ideal holiday read: the second book in the popular adventure series with all kinds of mysteries to solve in every chapter!
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Out of the blue Rebecca, the mother of Emma, Ben and Jojo, returns from Australia, and turns the lives of everyone at Number 11 upside down. Emma now has barely any time for her guinea pig project - but now that Mum’s home, Emma obviously wants her to stay there for ever … Meanwhile, it’s already holiday time and all the other children at Number 11 are already away - so Emma, Ben and Jojo are thrilled when their mum suggests a camping trip at the North Sea. Their holiday gets off to a great start - until Emma discovers that her mum has a secret. What on Earth should they do now?
By the best-selling author of the Dein Spiegel novels, Stefanie Taschinski.
Together, anything is possible - heart-warming stories about friendship, family, and sticking together.
A modern-day cross between Astrid Lindgren’s Bullerby Children and Kirsten Boie’s Möwenweg stories.
High time for the new MAXI puzzle pads.
Each pad contains 40 age-appropriate puzzles that leave no room for boredom to rear its ugly head. The pads are perfect for keeping kids happy at restaurants or on long holiday trips. And even children of preschool age will have lots of fun with these puzzles.
With colourful pages and all the answers
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Emma, Sarah, Nucki, Fitze and Torben are spending their holidays at the Kids’ Club in the mountains. From their very first day, they can sense that something is not quite right there. Their accommodation is shabby, the five friends are the only children staying at the club and the supervisors, all dressed in kimonos, look like peas from a pod. Where do the rubber crocodiles that wash up on the lake shore come from? Why does each of the children always have just one particular letter in his or her bowl of noodle soup? But things really turn weird when the kimono women disappear and the children find themselves all alone…
Holiday club mysteries – exciting and amusing all at the same time! The second children’s book by popular author Gernot Gricksch.
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A lovely everyday picture story for children. With an extra discovery picture included.
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Millie is on holiday on the North Sea coast! There’s so much to see and do here. Millie visits the seal banks to see the baby seals, she goes on an outing to Legoland and walks across the mudflats. It’s amazing how many creatures live there in the mud: lugworms, mussels and lots of small crabs. If only Millie’s feet didn’t keep getting stuck in the mud…
Bestseller Millie: more than 350,000 copies sold in hardback alone
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When captain’s daughter Molly is given a sea chest for her birthday, she has no idea there’s someone inside. That someone is old “sea dog” Captain Button, a ship’s goblin. Molly takes the chest with her on board her father’s ship, where she plans to spend the first part of her summer holidays – and before she knows it, she and her friend Finn are having the most exciting, uproarious holidays ever!
The first book of read-aloud adventures about Captain Button, the goblin sea bear. Filled with colourful illustrations and beautifully bound, with a linen spine and ribbon bookmark.
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Holidays at last! After school, Henry and Smuti run straight to their gang’s headquarters in an old railway engine shed. But then a smartphone falls out of a train as it whizzes by and they find a girl they’ve never seen before sitting in their shed. Henry and Smuti are delighted: that’s two new cases for their problem-solving gang! These holidays are definitely all set to be fabulous.
An amusing and whimsical feel-good story about a holiday adventure that’s packed with suspense and a dollop of magic that’s sure to raise a smile!
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It’s the holidays and the monster family is planning to go away. But where should their journey take them? Daddy Monster would like to climb a volcano, Mummy Monster would love to go to the North Pole, Igor wants to see the jungle and Olga is quite set a waterfall holiday. Only Paul, the human boy the monster family adopted when he was a baby, doesn’t care which holiday destination they choose, as long as they are all together.
For primary schoolkids of 6 and over, this is the perfect holiday read, dealing with subjects like “belonging” and “recognising your own strengths” in lovable monster fashion.
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Finn and his friends have only just solved the mystery of the book of strange wishes and already the adventure continues. The friends decide to write their own book of strange wishes over the holidays. But they are only just beginning to solve the problems when their book is stolen! And worse than that: none of them knows caretaker Shripp’s 13th wish. But the friends are determined not to give up and immediately go after the thieves’.
The long-awaited sequel to book 1. An imaginative story of adventure and friendship: heart-warming and full of unexpected twists and turns.
"In The Book of Strange Wishes, Angie Westhoff presents us with a highly complex and exciting reading adventure that is simply bubbling with imagination and has readers on the edge of their seats right to the last page.
Die Rheinpfalz, 18.11.2011
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Jan and Julia are going away with their parents. Their cases are all packed, the lady next door is given a key so that she can water their plants while they’re away and then they are off! It’s a long drive, but the family’s picnic by the motorway is exciting and then, before they know it, they are already on the ferry taking them to their holiday island! Going on holiday is so exciting!
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Who says it has to be boring for children to go sightseeing with their parents? That’s not the way Millie sees it!” (FAZ) | 5 +
“These summer holidays will be the same as always,” 12-year-old Flint thinks to himself. But he couldn’t be more wrong. Because the very next day, Mr Shripp, the caretaker, asks Flint, crazy Charlotte, her maths-obsessed cousin, Ben, and pretty Jette to track down an old friend of his. When they eventually find the missing friend, he gives them a mysterious book: The Book of Curious Wishes. And that is when an unexpected and exciting adventure begins to unfold…
"In The Book of Strange Wishes, Angie Westhoff presents us with a highly complex and exciting reading adventure that is simply bubbling with imagination and has readers on the edge of their seats right to the last page."
Die Rheinpfalz, 18.11.2011
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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 +
A bear of a weekend! Millie goes to Berlin with Mummy, Daddy and Trudy. What she likes best are the “topless” doubledecker buses. Riding around Berlin, she catches a glimpse of the outside and sometimes the inside of lots of museums and gets to see the Chancellery and the parliament building, the Bundestag. And she also discovers that a zoo doesn’t necessarily have to be a zoo! On the other hand, there are bears all over the place in Berlin … | 6 +
At last a slick manager type with a Dobermann pinscher at his side turns up to welcome the newcomers – to Cockaigne! This is all well and good, and to start with the lazy life is great fun, but there is one nagging question Philip and the others cannot help asking themselves: why are they the only people here? Their host, Harry Hempstalk, provides an answer, explaining that the holiday club is still at the trial stage – and that they are its very first guests. So far, so good. But when Philip sees the inscrutable Hempstalk using the Dobermann to drive his workers, things get weirder and weirder. Obviously, there’s something not quite right here! Philip and Samantha decide to get to the bottom of things and on the computer the dubious Hempstalk has carefully hidden away, the pair discover an unbelievable document that immediately sets all their alarm bells ringing…
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