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Glanzner, Susanne (Author) Grote, Anja (Illustrator)

Paul always thought going to bed was really stupid until one night the little space pilot Carly Comet came tapping on his window. But what Paul has always really loved is football! How cool that Carly comes to take him to the Space Football Championship. The trophy is the magic plant Aurora Polaris. But when someone steals the plant, it’s up to Paul and Carly to save the interplanetary championship.
Volume 3 in the series of amazing adventure books featuring the clever space explorer Carly Comet.
An adventure story in chapters, ideal for reading aloud.
Perfect read-aloud chapters for footy fans in pyjamas.
| 4 +

Thau, Christine (Illustrator)

Do the puzzle, score another goal! Find the shorts that match the jersey, finish the drawing of the little football player and find the mistakes on the football field. You’ll have loads of fun with this colourful World Cup puzzle! Forty multi-coloured and one-colour puzzles for nursery school children.

| 5 +

Schmidt, Hans-Christian (Author) Német, Andreas (Illustrator)

Ball track, flaps, sliders: the interactive book for young football fans!
This book is a real treat for young football fans! With it, they can follow a football game from kick-off to the final whistle and the award ceremony at the end of a competition. And they can even take part in the action: move the camera, pass the ball to the next player, create a scuffle, make one player foul another, and even hold the trophy aloft. Every page has new details for the children to spot and exciting interactive features. It’s just as good as a real football game, in fact!
An interactive board picture book with lots of elaborate features.
| 24 months +

Ameling, Anne (Author) Garanin, Melanie (Illustrator)

Take aim, kick and … goooaaal! Ben goes to the football stadium with his daddy for the very first time. Bananaflank Betty would rather score goals than wear dresses. And the little players on Finn's table football suddenly climb down off their rods to play the most thrilling game of their lives. Football is never the same old story – but the main thing is always for the ball to end up in the back of the net! | 4 +

Wagner, Charlotte (Author) Wagner, Charlotte (Illustrator)

Forty age-appropriate puzzles in each pad, in black-and-white and in colour, banish all boredom. And because the puzzles are self-explanatory, even nursery school children love these puzzle pads. All the solutions are printed on the back, making it easy as pie for the children to check their own results. | 4 +

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 +

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 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

“Keep the sheet clean!“ Tim’s daddy shouts at while he’s watching the football on the television – and the goalkeeper saves the penalty. Now Tim, Leon and Annika want to play football, too. Daddy enrols them in a team. The trainer is very nice and the children enjoy their practices. Very soon there’s a friendly game coming up – and Tim is to play in goal. Will he manage to keep the sheet clean? | 3 +

Thau, Christine (Illustrator)

Fantastic puzzle fun for young football fans! Which path leads to the football stadium? Can the little fox score a goal? And how great the trophy will look when you’ve coloured it in! Fun with mazes, fantastic pictures to colour in, find-the-mistake puzzles and much more on the topic of football. Forty puzzles, multi- and single-coloured, for nursery school children. | 4 +

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

Top league for beginning readers: new adventures with football Franz Ever since Franz played for the FC Girl team against the boys in his class, they want him in their football team. They also want Franz to show them his brother Josef’s football, the one with the autograph of a national players on it. It’s just a nuisance that Gabi keeps on poking her nose in. Because now the precious ball has gone missing! The ball simply has to be back in its place on the shelf by the time Josef gets back from his class trip. Will Franz be able to get the football back in time? | 8 +

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

Franz’s friend Gabi recently started playing football with some other girls from her class. As the girls are a player short, they persuade Franz to play for FC Girl. Franz is delighted so long as the boys know nothing about this. But then there’s a match coming up, boys versus girls. | 8 +

Müller, Thomas (Author) Wolff, Julien (Author)

Dream job professional footballer! This is how superstar Thomas Müller made it

What I want to be when I grow up is a professional footballer! That’s what plenty of children dream of. But how can they actually achieve that? In this book, likeable superstar Thomas Müller gives a full and frank account of his football career, from the first time he kicked a ball to his first professional game (for FC Bayern) his team’s Champions League win and being a part of Germany’s terrific victory at the World Cup in Brazil.

Top goalscorer and ambassador for reading: Thomas Müller is an idol

The first footballer autobiography especially for children

With exclusive private photos and a wealth of background information | 10 +

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

1:0 for the Ogglies! Football fun from Smelliville
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 +

Blase, Tina (Author) Lauer, Meik (Illustrator)

Oh no, it can’t be true! The football ground where the Tearaways train every day is slated for demolition. The friends just have to stop that happening! But how?

And if that weren’t bad enough, the cheeky players on the Olympia SC team really believe that they can play far better football than the Tearaways. Only a match can decide which of them is right here. That wouldn’t be a problem at all if Ella hadn’t been so sure of winning that she bet The Tearaways’ unique, specially made FC St. Pauli jerseys on it! Now the Tearaways can’t afford to put a foot wrong or they can wave goodbye to their precious jerseys. Football ground under threat, jerseys under threat – the Tearaways will have to come up with a solution… | 8 +

Blase, Tina (Author) Lauer, Meik (Illustrator)

Hamburg St. Pauli – seriously?! People run around in pirate shirts here, don’t they? And now Owen is faced with making friends at his new school. Awesome …

But to Owen’s surprise, it turns out not to be so hard, after all. Tom is pretty cool and a really good footballer, and kicking a ball around in the afternoon with Ella and her pals on their neighbourhood football ground is pretty fun! But why does Ella always frown when Tom’s around? When FC St. Pauli organises a street football contest, things get complicated: Owen could play on Tom’s superteam, which has a good chance of winning the title, or he could play with Ella and the others, “the Tearaways” – against Tom. But that could mean trouble … | 8 +

Grimm, Sandra (Author) Hardt, Iris (Illustrator)

Who will be the first to land in the jelly? Will the little boys beat the big ones at football? And do Hansel and Gretel really go with a stranger who offers them gingerbread? Wherever they are set, on the sports field, at school or in a nursery school in outer space, these stories are all about smart boys who have their say.
A bright, colourful story book with amusing illustrations for “real” boys of four and over.
| 4 +

Arold, Marliese (Author) Westphal, Catharina (Illustrator)

For all football-crazy kids of 8 and over!
Florian may have to move to a boring place with this father, but luckily it’s where the Fantastic 11 play. And they are supposedly the best footballers far and wide. If that isn’t a stroke of luck!

This limited special edition contains the stories “Coach Wanted”, “Ready for the National League” and “The Opening Match”. Just in time for the 2018 World Cup!
| 8 +

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

Complete with name and number!
Jersey dreams for football maniacs

A new jersey for the team! Jacob now has his name and the number 10 on his back – just like a pro. Only Paul can’t understand why Jacob and his team mate Tom are so proud of their new kit. And then just before their first home game, Jacob’s jersey suddenly disappears, almost as though the earth had opened up and swallowed it! It’s lucky for him that Paul is a true friend…
| 7 +

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

Football fun for beginning readers
Jacob’s dream comes true when he moves to a top club. But Tom, the centre forward, makes his life a misery. When the day of the big match arrives – Jacob at last has the chance to prove himself!

Sonne, Mond und Sterne for Years One and Two: large print, divided into short chapters, coloured pictures to help children understand what they are reading. | 7 +

Hegner, Regina (Author) Garanin, Melanie (Illustrator)

Oh horrors, Ben’s team, the Hollerbush Red and Whites, is playing Fortuna Bockshorn on Saturday. Luckily, his team mates know they can rely on Ben, their penalty hotshot. “We’re counting on you,” says trainer Paul, “we need you to score your thirteenth goal of the season!” Then suddenly Ben’s knees seem to turn to jelly …

| 3 +

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

Goalscorer in trouble! Jacob just isn’t getting the ball into the back of the net any more. The trainer advises him to take a short break, but Jacob cannot imagine life without football. Luckily, his friend Paul has an idea how to cure his “goalscorer’s block”.
The latest story about Jacob, ace striker – in this book all about pressure to succeed and how to overcome it.
| 7 +

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

Jacob looks like a winner: a football mystery for beginning readers.
Jacob, Tom and Paul are travelling to a juniors competition being organised by one of the top football clubs in Europe. First every goes beautifully and Jacob scores one goal after another, setting his team well on the road to the semi-finals. But then Jacob receives a threatening letter telling him that if he scores one more goal, he will regret it very much. The three friends use Paul’s video camera to set a trap for the blackmailer. Book 4 in the popular football series for beginning readers.
Learn to read with “book stars” for years one and two: large print, short text blocks and lots of illustrations to help beginning readers understand what they are reading. Also included, 16 pages of reading puzzles and games in a supplement at the back.
| 7 +

Hegner, Regina (Author) Garanin, Melanie (Illustrator)

Everything’s at stake this time – they just have to win the Cup! Ben, the Hollerbush Red and Whites’s star striker, is on top form. He’s unbeatable – well almost, that is. Maurice, the new boy, is fast, agile and never misses a shot. Seven goals in one game! Not even Ben has ever managed to score that many. Maurice is a great piece of luck for the club. And he’s really nice and helpful, too. In fact, everybody thinks he’s the best thing since sliced bread – except for Ben. The trouble is, the more Ben resents Maurice, the worse he plays. He even misses a dead-cert penalty – a pass from just one metre away, and also ends up not only losing every duel but even his shorts. And the big Cup match is coming closer all the time… | 3 +

Hegner, Regina (Author) Garanin, Melanie (Illustrator)

Winter break – some break! Ben and his team mates are training for an indoor competition against their arch-rivals, Fortuna Bockshorn. Right after the competition, the club will be having its Christmas party, with biscuits, elderberry punch and, as every year, Father Christmas will be paying them a visit. But when the Hollerbush Red and Whites turn up at the sports hall on Saturday, they have no one to play because the Bockshorns’ bus has got stuck in the snow! Disappointment is written all over the Hollerbush team’s faces. But that’s not the end of the story, because Father Christmas wears red and white, too… | 3 +

Abidi, Heike (Author)

Goal for the heart! Francie just loves playing football, but her parents want her to go to dancing class. Suddenly, Francie finds herself having to hold hands with boys she was racing across the grass with just a short while ago. How embarrassing is that? Luckily, her pal Marius is also there. She gets on really well with him – and not just on the football pitch.

The perfect spin-off to the successful Suddenly 13 series. A strong heroine fights for her dreams – between football and dancing class!
| 12 +

Müller, Thomas (Author) Birck, Jan (Illustrator)

Thomas scores one goal after another for the football team in his home village. His team is so good they have even been invited to play in a major competition. Thomas is keen to show everyone what he can do at the competition because then perhaps his greatest wish will be granted and he will be discovered by his dream team.

Even football-crazy boys who normally don’t bother with books learn to read like world champions with Thomas Müller. “How I Came to Join My Dream Team” is an autobiographical story with lots of comic-style pictures, a postcard with the football star’s autograph plus 16 pages of reading puzzles and games. | 7 +

Müller, Thomas (Author) Wolff, Julien (Author) Birck, Jan (Illustrator)

Thomas Müller tells his story! The success story for beginning readers.

For ten-year-old Thomas Müller, it’s a dream come true: he’s been signed by the great FC Bayern München. But every player at the club is a top talent, so at first Thomas only ever finds himself sitting on the reserve bench. His teammate Martin advises him never to give up, and so Thomas trains even harder – and finally gets his chance.
| 7 +

von Klitzing, Maren (Author) Korthues, Barbara (Illustrator)

A read-aloud book with a clever twist. The children turn the pointer on the wheel and wherever it stops, that’s the story to be read. And even the smallest children will quickly find the simple pictures in the table of contents. The 20 stories vary in length and feature popular topics, like pirates and princesses, animals, holidays, knights and football.
Extra: a movable pointer on the cover.
A read-aloud book with a built-in game.
| 4 +

Tielmann, Christian (Author) Brenner, Lisa (Illustrator)

This football comic turns book-shy kids into monster bookworms!

How rotten is that! Bram can’t play for FC Redspike because he’s too small. Standing on the sidelines, Bram meets Drago, who’s also not allowed on the pitch. Drago isn’t an ordinary boy, though; he’s a vampire. He has some friends who are just as unusual as he is, and he and Bram decide to start their own team with them. They call themselves the Pitch Monsters! And even though the briefest exposure to sunlight reduces Drago to dust, defender wolf Lars is not in command of his temper and the monster twins would rather eat the ball than kick it into goal, they end up winning the match against FC Redspike.

Comics are a playful invitation for children to read

Fantastic pictures with large print for beginning readers in the speech bubbles.

| 7 +

Bertram, Rüdiger (Author) Schulmeyer, Heribert (Illustrator)

COOLMAN, the football expert? That can only end in chaos! Kay and his class are playing football in their sport lesson. Not only is it not his favourite subject, but he’s also been relegated to the substitutes’ bench. Boring! COOLMAN thinks to himself and starts charging towards the goal himself. When Kay is allowed to play, after all, COOLMAN naturally has tons of excellent tips for him: kick the ball into the top left corner of the net, no, the bottom right, or maybe better the bottom left. Kay gets completely confused and in the end only manages to roll the ball. So the teacher decides to put him in goal. But hey, COOLMAN knows exactly how to stop a ball: just brick up the mouth of the goal or magically turn the striker to stone! Kay is so distracted by COOLMAN that he can’t stop a single ball. COOLMAN is really getting on his nerves. But then Kay grabs the ball himself and finally proves that he can score goals. | 7 +

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 +

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 +

Grimm, Sandra (Author) Korthues, Barbara (Illustrator)

Off we go on 102 minutes of fantastic adventures! Parents can choose stories according to their length – three, five or eight minutes – and whisk their kiddies away on a fantastic adventure. Maya's picture of a sparkling, pale-blue fairy comes alive. Granny’s magic lamp suddenly starts raining sherbet sticks. And Rufo the resourceful knight captures a dragon with the help of a couple of eggs. | 3 +