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

Satsational! The great gift book for all Sat fans.

In seven chapters, this book of sayings and rhymes contains the best poems from all of the Sat books, arranged in order of Sat subjects and preferences. A fascinating collection of weird widsoms and topsy-turvy rules, joyful and impudent songs and tantalising tongue twisters. This special edition with colourful illustration by Paul Maar, wordsmith and creator of the Sat, is a treasure trove of surprises, humour and ebullient impudence, and therefore the perfect gift for all Sat fans. For fans to read aloud, read to themselves, carry on rhyming, learn by heart and never again forget!

•\x09The gift book for Sat fans large and small – to read aloud, read to themselves and carry on rhyming
•\x09To mark Paul Maar’s 75th birthday; the funniest and most original Sat verses created by the brilliant wordsmith
| 12 months +

Ludwig, Sabine (Author) Wilharm, Sabine (Illustrator)

A little pig wants to go for a swim but never actually manages to get into the water. First of all, the dog asks to borrow his rubber ring, then the cat wants his cap, the rabbit wants to play with his ball, the crocodile needs his sunglasses and then the badger gobbles up all of his biscuits. Finally, when the little pig tries to help the bear out of a muddy hole and ends up falling in himself, it’s the last straw for the little pig. Now the other animals all feel sorry about their behaviour and come back to help the little pig. But then they also slide into the hole and before they know it, they are all in the middle of a hilarious mud fight!

| 3 +

zur Brügge, Anne-Kristin (Author) Wessel, Kathrin (Illustrator)

When animals are not quite the way you expected – a wonderfully crazy discovery book

Who can see Ingo the flamingo, Mat the cat, or Kellogg the dog ? This amusing picture book has plenty of challenges for young explorers since there’s always one animal that’s a little bit different from the norm. We see a pug in a tutu dancing through town, a horse flying across the sky like Superman, and a jellyfish playing the trumpet. The message here is very clear: Be yourself and no one else, use your own voice, that’s the only choice. You can, you may - hurray, hurray, that’s what we say!

A different approach to learning about animals
Great fun for small discoverers
| 24 months +

Weber, Susanne (Author) Jacobs, Tanja (Illustrator)

Two adorable consolation books in one, in the handy MAXI format!
Bold, bright pictures and delightfully funny rhymes for children to repeat and empathise with. For everyone with a big heart!
“Oh no,” groans the beaver. “I think I have a fever!” Straight away, all his friends want to help him. The ferret sends him to bed, the snail gives him a blanket, the rabbit provides a cold compress and they all get together to cook him hot soup! How could the beaver fail to get better now!
And who will help the little lobster? “Boohoo,” sobs the lobster. “I am so miserable.” The other animals are worried about their friend and try to comfort the little lobster and cheer him up. The plaice gives him a great big hug, the mussels snuggle up to him, and the starfish puts its arms around him. But none of this is enough to make him feel better. Then the seahorse swims up to her darling lobster, and now he’s happy again.
| 24 months +

Weber, Susanne (Author) zur Brügge, Anne-Kristin (Author) Jacobs, Tanja (Illustrator)

“Oh no,“ says the mouse. “I think I’ve got a louse.” However will the mouse get rid of it? The lamb, the rat, the bear and the cat all want to help, but neither combing nor scratching does the trick. What a good thing that at some point the little louse has simply had enough and decides to leave, and says thanks and goodbye, waving as its goes.

What did the little fox hear? Was that the owl? Or the cockerel? Or perhaps the piglet? No – they all make very different sounds. But then the little fox discovers where the sound is coming from: from his mummy, of course!
| 24 months +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Krischker, Heiko (Illustrator)

Interactive adventures with reader rat Otilie! Otilie is terribly excited because Year One of the local primary school is planning a visit to Mrs Number Nip’s bookshop today. She is just putting on her hat, when there’s a ring at the doorbell: the visitors have arrived! Otilie sets to work, showing the children her bright, colourful world of books and all the things can be hidden inside them. Together they even solve the odd tricky puzzle.

A visit to Otilie’s colourful world of books, affectionately written and with modern illustrations, a host of rhymes and fun puzzles.
| 6 +

Maar, Paul (Author) Maar, Paul (Illustrator) Dulleck, Nina (Illustrator) Krause, Ute (Illustrator) Ballhaus, Verena (Illustrator) Dalianis, Panajotis (Illustrator) Dietl, Erhard (Illustrator) Faust, Anke (Illustrator) Hansen, Christiane (Illustrator) Michl, Reinhard (Illustrator) Muggenthaler, Eva (Illustrator) Wilharm, Sabine (Illustrator) Schulte, Tina (Illustrator) Schultz, Christiane Laura (Illustrator) | further

A family book? An anniversary book? A birthday book! An affectionately chosen selection of his most popular stories, from the cheeky Sat and the tattooed dog to Mr Bello, celebrating the 80th birthday of Paul Maar, the great hero of children’s literature. It also features many of his well-known and well-loved rhymes and poems alongside a colourful mix of brand-new texts and illustrations. A book to snuggle down with, leaf through, revel in, to make you smile and marvel, with familiar elements to recognise and new ones to discover. Just open it up and read aloud!

A magnificent book for the whole family and a masterly gift for any occasion.

| 6 +

Hammerle, Nina (Author) Hammerle, Nina (Illustrator)

What a neighbourhood! The wild and wonderful house in the clouds is still swathed in darkness, but each time we pass from one side to the next, a window lights up. And behind each window, there is a new inhabitant with a story to discover. As well as the UFO dachshund Poldi, for instance, we have Irving Clevercloggs, who’s busily counting peas, Dick and Harry, some bouncing bears and Finn’s wife, who’s an astronaut.

Whimsical, tongue-in-cheek, wonderfully wacky: Nina Hammerle’s HOUSE IN THE CLOUDS introduces children to the joys of discovery and has them returning to look at the pages again and again - and to laugh their heads off.
| 4 +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

Two classic picture books in one, in the handy MAXI format. In The Nicest Grandpa in the World, Grandfather Hedgehog makes paper planes, Grandpa Bear bakes bilberry cake, and Granddad Mouse gives his grandchild such a big push on his rocking horse that he gallops off around the world. Isn’t it lovely that animal children also have such wonderful grandfathers!

And in The Nicest Grandma in the World, Nana Elephant and the elephant child pick a lovely bunch of flowers together, Granny Hamster speeds down the hill with the little hamster, and Granny Mole takes her grandchild on a treasure hunt. No wonder children all love their grandmothers!
| 24 months +

Gernhardt, Robert (Author) Waechter, Philip (Illustrator)

When Gernhardt’s subtle humour meets Waechter’s delightful illustrations, immortal classics are the result. Like the story of four-legged Trulli and his gang of stray dogs who want to sail to America in a bright-red rubber dinghy. Unfortunately, Trulli sets out on his own - well, not quite on his own because a gull goes along with him as a stowaway. That doesn’t suit Trulli at all and the inevitable follows.

A modern new edition of the classic by Robert Gernhardt and Philip Waechter in a larger format!

Robert Gernhardt’s story about bold Trulli on his journey around America and Philip Waechter’s delightful illustrations guarantee some very special fun with this picture book – and not just for children. | 3 +

Maar, Paul (Author) Dalianis, Panajotis (Illustrator)

Typical of Paul Maar: weird, whacky and sure to raise a smile.

A dwarf who moves out of his organic waste bin and into Mr Mockinpot’s cosy flat? A talking vase that could make wishes come true if only it would listen properly? A queen who leaves her reading glasses on the royal lavatory?
Paul Maar’s power of imagination and his special way with words lend wings to classic fairy-tale motifs.

All the stories are wonderfully uneducational and ideal for reading aloud to the whole family.
Typical of Paul Maar: telling texts with a hint of mischief
Fairy tales with a comic twist

Auch als 6 +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Swoboda, Annette (Illustrator)

A great, big smacker for the whole wide world! Enchanting pictures by Annette Swoboda.

How do I kiss a koala bear? Easy-peasy! But to kiss the giraffe, the child has to climb up high into the tree – and it even has to hang upside down from a branch to reach the sloth. And what’s the best way to give a sparrow a quick peck? That’s simple, on the swing! In the end, of course, the biggest smacker of all is for mummy! With its bright, colourful illustrations by Annette Swoboda, its catchy verses full of fun and surprises and its affectionate kiss alphabet, this book makes a perfect present for tiny tots. A positively kissable picture book! | 24 months +

Maar, Paul (Author) Dulleck, Nina (Illustrator)

The interactive Sat: A wish dot comes true.

Mr Pocketbeer is quite used to the Sat only ever having nonsense on the brain, constantly making up rhymes and coming up with nonsense. But let’s face it, what child wouldn’t want to join in? And straight away, without a wish dot in sight, the interactive nonsense book is here, dotted with tongue-twisting rhymes, wonderfully senseless nonsense like the sausage-fetching machine, crazy puzzles and typically Sat-funny jokes.
New and old puzzles from Sat father Paul Maar with wonderful illustrations by Nina Dulleck in an entertaining interactive puzzle book.

The first Sat activity book packed with gloriously chaotic Sat rhymes, pranks, jokes and puzzles.
| 8 +

Weber, Susanne (Author) Jacobs, Tanja (Illustrator)

Save all your kisses for me! It’s Christmas. Mummy, Daddy, Granny and Grandpa all have lovely presents to give the little owl. But “oops!” she has no presents at all for the others. Luckily, she has a good idea: “A kiss for everyone! Oh, that’s nice. There’s no better present than a kiss!”

The little owl has no painful bumps this time, but she does have an excellent idea for a gift, and it’s told in simple and delightful rhymes for all her fans.
| 24 months +

Grimm, Sandra (Author) Bogade, Maria (Illustrator)

Easter in the air! Delightful rhymes by popular author Sandra Grimm

This year, the little Easter bunnies are determined to help with the Easter preparations, so they are all busily painting eggs. Early in the morning, the bunnies set out to hide their tasty artworks and hop merrily around the gardens. And when they are tired out from all the work and ready to fall into their cots, they find a sweet surprise waiting for them on their pillows: seven brightly coloured Easter eggs!

Delightful rhymes set the mood for Easter | 18 months +

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

How do all the eggs get coloured? Easter fun for handy kids

Mr Rabbit is a proper inventor. He uses planks of wood, wheels, bowls and rods to make an Easter egg painting machine that would delight any child! The hens sit on top and lay the eggs. And now off it goes: the eggs roll into the bowl of hot water, where they are boiled. Then they plop into the dye basin and finally they are decorated with colourful dots and circles. What beautiful eggs! And what an amazing machine!
| 24 months +

Brand, Heinz (Author) Rachner, Marina (Illustrator)

Happy Easter, Little Bunny!

The little bunny Reuben discovers that he’s old enough to become an Easter Bunny. Thankfully, his grandpa can help him. Together they visit the hen-house and prepare a big surprise for Easter morning: an egg hunt for the whole bunny family!

A warm-hearted Easter-themed book about growing up.

A first Easter book for young egg-hunters.
Egg-shaped format fits perfectly into an Easter nest.
Made of sturdy board to withstand small hands. | 24 months +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Weldin, Frauke (Illustrator)

It’s Easter and even the animals at the zoo are having an Easter egg hunt. Where, oh where, has the Easter Bunny hidden the egg for the penguin? Could it be in the igloo? Or under the ice floe? Elephant, crocodile, bear and turtle also welcome the young readers’ help in their search for eggs. Under which of the flaps is the egg hidden?

| 24 months +

zur Brügge, Anne-Kristin (Author) Vogel, Heike (Illustrator)

Where’s the best place to hide the Easter egg? Easter rhyming fun to join in with
Hurray! At last the day has arrived when the little bunny is allowed to hide an Easter egg for the very first time. But where do you hide decorated Easter eggs? The mole is already filling up the molehill, the mouse’s hole is no longer free, either, and the bird has built her nest in the bush. By pulling the sliders, the children can join in and help the little bunny with his big Easter job of hiding eggs!
An elaborately produced book with interactive sliders on the cover and on every page. Lovely bright pictures! | 24 months +

Grimm, Sandra (Author) Faust, Christine (Illustrator)

Who can turn the key to open the farmyard doors?

Oscar the dog is full of excitement: the postman has delivered a parcel! He is desperate to give it to the farmer. But where is Farmer Fred? Oscar has to look behind all the various stable doors to find him - and he urgently needs the children’s help. Thank goodness opening doors is such fun (and that it’s so good for their fine motor skills too!)

Innovative concept: turning keys to open the extra-large flaps.
Will delight curious explorers.
A fun way to develop fine motor skills. | 24 months +

Praml, Sabine (Author) Hansen, Christiane (Illustrator)

Quickly off to bed? Oh no! Seven little bunnies keep Mummy on her toes
The baby hares still have so much to do. They have great fun charging about, eating and scrubbing their teeth – and then first their left and then their right leg has to go into their pyjama trousers. At last, they’re all ready – but where’s the cuddly toy? But then finally, in all the excitement, one by one the little hares’ eyes fall shut.
A humorous look at the usual evening family hullaballoo by bestselling author Christiane Hansen. Large format and colourful pictures packed with details.
| 24 months +

Häfner, Carla (Author) Lauber, Larisa (Illustrator)

Heartwarming dinosaur story for young children.

Creak… crack… The little Brachiosaurus emerges from his egg. But where is his mum? She’s nowhere to be seen. The little dinosaur decides to follow her footprints. On the way he encounters all kinds of dinosaurs - but none of them is his mum. Then he suddenly hears someone calling in the forest, and a long neck rises up from within the leaves. Mum?

Long-awaited book for the smallest dinosaur fans.
Textured pages enable toddlers to follow Mummy Dinosaur’s trail.
Ends with a real wow factor!

24 months +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

It’s so nice when we’re together!
The perfect good night storybook for mothers and children

Who’s got the nicest mum in the world? Is it the squirrel whose mummy rocks him in her arms? Or the polar bear whose mummy makes him hot tea? Or perhaps the little fox whose mummy kisses away the pain when he hurts himself. All of the baby animals really have the nicest mummy, just like the little girl at the end of the book whose mummy tucks her in and says good night!

•\x09Affectionate rhymes, lovely pictures
•\x09A book that also makes an ideal gift!

| 24 months +

Orso, Kathrin Lena (Author) Vogel, Heike (Illustrator)

Read away your scratches and scrapes.

Oh dear - the little animals aren’t very well today! Sissi the Snail has got backache; Hetty the Hen has a cold; Carla the Cow has a cough; Dougal the Dog has fallen off his scooter; Cathy the Cat has a thorn in her paw; and Benny the Bear has tummy ache. Fortunately the little animals have good friends to take care of them. Thanks to heat rubs, herbal tea, cuddle blankets, cherry stone pillows and plasters, they will all soon be better again.

Combines powerful themes: illness, comfort, recovery and friendship.
Rhyme and repetition.
Trained teacher Kathrin Orso understands how small children think and feel.

18 months +