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Schütze, Andrea (Author) Kraus, Tina (Illustrator)

First colour in a page and then off to dreamland! In small “colouring-in steps”, Maluna tells her best birthday party adventures in a special storybook that has a picture to colour in on every page. And the best thing about it? Maluna’s hair gleams the same wonderful purple as it does in the moonlight. With this lovely book, little ones simply won’t be able to wait for bedtime. | 4 +

Schütze, Andrea (Author) Kraus, Tina (Illustrator)

First colour in a page and then it’s time for sweet dreams! In small “colouring-in steps”, Maluna tells her best Enchanted Forest adventures in a special storybook that has a picture to colour in on every page. And the best thing about it? Maluna’s hair gleams the same wonderful purple as it does in the moonlight. With this lovely book, little ones simply won’t be able to wait for bedtime. | 4 +

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

A book as colourful as a flea market: over 300 pages full of variety, wonderful ideas and suggestions, to read and read aloud, to look at, imitate and one that keeps you thinking. It contains a host of stories, poems and counting rhymes, puzzles, word and letter games; it contains picture stories, find-the-hidden pictures and upside-down pictures, cuddly pictures, alphabet pictures, squiggly pictures and typewriter pictures. A book that children love: eight-year-olds no less than twelve-year-olds. | 8 +

Schütze, Andrea (Author) Kraus, Tina (Illustrator)

Rainy days are reading days

Stories, poems, craft ideas, games, trivia and much more besides – all on the subject of rain. Young listeners discover all kinds of fun and interesting facts about the cosiest weather conditions of the year: how rain is formed, how much clouds weigh, things you can make when it’s raining, what a rain forest is, why earthworms are called ’rain worms’ in German, and much, much more. All packaged in child-friendly stories to read out loud. | 4 +

Maar, Paul (Author) Maar, Anne (Author) Ballhaus, Verena (Illustrator)

A colourful selection of stories, rhymes and pictures: a real family treasure from Paul and Anne Maar

Fabulist family! Paul Maar and his daughter Anne began making up stories together long ago and still do when the family meets up. Now their best poems have now been compiled in the anthology Mehr Affen Als Giraffen (More apes than giraffes). A treasure trove of stories, rhyming riddles, picture puzzles and other word games – jointly and individually developed and with colour and black-and-white illustrations by Verena Ballhaus and Paul Maar.

Poems, stories, puzzles and much more besides – with lots of pictures in colour and black and white. Beautifully bound with a half-linen spine and ribbon marker.
| 12 months +

von Klitzing, Maren (Author) Opheys, Caroline (Illustrator)

Read-aloud Fun for Every Day of the Week The week has seven stories

A week at Buttercup Farm, with seven stories all about life at the pony farm. A pony party from Monday to Sunday – an informative new storytime ritual kids will love | 4 +

Wich, Henriette (Author) Weber, Mathias (Illustrator)

Conny the Kangaroo can’t get off to sleep because she’s got hiccups. Before she goes to bed, Kitty the kitten wants to have a drink, look for her toy mouse and then she wants her mummy to sing her a song. And Susi the piglet is wrapped up cosy and warm in straw because she’s got a temperature. At the end of every story, the little animal babies are all fast asleep – and Conny’s hiccups have also nodded off, just like Kitty’s mum …! | 24 months +

Abedi, Isabel (Author) Scholz, Barbara (Illustrator)

Things tend to be topsy-turvy when there are little witches around! Melly suddenly turns up at Josephine’s birthday party, a special witch party where all the children are dressed up as witches. But Melly is a genuine child witch and really can work magic! And so can all the other little witches: Runa, who loses her fear of flying, and Mirabella, who makes friends with the big tree troll. Then there’s Druida, who would like to have a dog, of all things, although witches normally only have revens or cats … | 4 +

Zöller, Elisabeth (Author) Kolloch, Brigitte (Author) Cordes, Miriam (Illustrator)

Being difficult and how to deal with it
Willi is determined to have the big teddy bear! He even throws himself on the floor in a tantrum to get it. Lena doesn’t want to paint any more because she thinks her pictures never come out nice. But then mummy has a super idea what to do with pictures that have come out wrong! Eight very different stories about why children are sometimes difficult – and how they can deal with their anger, fury or sadness! Eight stories for awkward children, both the small and the not so small.

With an epilogue by Dr Anne Bischoff, a consultant child and adolescent psychotherapist. | 3 +

Arold, Marliese (Author) Fröhlich, Anja (Author) Geisler, Dagmar (Author) Gieseler, Corinna (Author) Korn-Hubschmid, Carmen (Author) Müntefering, Mirjam (Author) Schröder, Patricia (Author) von Vogel, Maja (Author) Wich, Henriette (Author) Rahn, Sabine (Author) | further

Summer at last! The holidays are here at last! And at last there’s plenty of time for flirting and romance. But it doesn’t necessarily take a romantic diving trip with a good-looking instructor on a dreamy island in the Maledives or amore in Bella Italia to make Janina, Linn, Mara and Jolie’s hearts beat faster. The four can always find plenty of opportunities to fall in love wherever they are! | 12 +

Ameling, Anne (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

“Get well” wishes for all young story fans! Children need lots of attention when they’re ill in bed. These wonderful stories tell of dragons, pirates and, of course, children. Little patients will start to feel better simply from listening to the stories.

•\x09A fascinating selection of stories full of humour and lots of realistic and fantastic characters
| 3 +

Wich, Henriette (Author) Scholz, Barbara (Illustrator)

All about valiant knights, rattling armours and colourful fancy-dress parties! What does robber baron Roland’s greatest treasure look like? Who’s afraid of rattling Rufus? And what’s that Squire Kuno just found in King Arthur’s beard? Thirteen fantastic and realistic mediaeval adventures full of surprises to make you laugh and keep you in suspense! You see, robber baron Roland’s greatest treasure is the damsel Adelgunde and she’s so thrilled with Roland that she marries him on the spot! Thirteen stories set in the Middle Ages, full of fun and suspense – with lots of colour pictures for children of four and over. | 4 +

Bertram, Rüdiger (Author) Sohr, Daniel (Illustrator)

Off to the crime scene at lightning speed with blue lights flashing! This storybook is packed with adventures! While Max is searching for his lost budgie, the police let him sit in a real police car, and John finds a magical police cap.
Children will have great fun with these 13 exciting police stories and illustrations full of realistic detail.
| 4 +

Ondracek, Claudia (Author) Schulte, Susanne (Illustrator)

The very best time for bunnies is Easter!

Easter is just around the corner! Will Ian and Yola manage to catch the Easter Bunny unawares? They are certainly determined to try, so they set up tent and camp out in the garden… And Easter bunny Lily is supposed to be hiding the chocolate eggs, but in the end she gobbles them all up herself. What on earth is she going to put in little Mia’s Easter nest now?

| 3 +

Abedi, Isabel (Author) Scholz, Barbara (Illustrator)

There are ghosts everywhere and most of them are perfectly harmless! Careless Kurt is always leaving his head behind, the phantom lady in the ghost train moans about how hard her work is and Hugo Notte finds nights in the toy shop so boring, he spends them turning everything upside down. The castle ghosts are in big trouble – they need a new home. But where in the world can a genuine castle ghost go? | 4 +

Schmitt, Petra Maria (Author) Fienieg, Annette (Illustrator)

Come along and meet the Indian children. Chief Strong Bear is trying without success to catch a wild horse. When the Indian girl Gentle Cloud walks up to the white mustang, Strong Bear can hardly believe his eyes! Can the little girl really tame the big horse? The two Indian boys Sly Fox and Little Deer are determined to send smoke signals but sadly don’t know exactly how to go about it. And that’s why their smoke messages cause quite some confusion amongst the Indians… | 4 +

Krenzer, Rolf (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

Little Owen’s eyes grow round with wonder when he suddenly spies Santa Claus in the mirror. Mummy has to bake a second batch of Christmas goodies because the first lot simply smelled too delicious. And Daddy really only wants to buy Mummy a ring – but ends up with a large parcel, a Christmassy poinsettia plant with pretty red star-shaped leaves and the twins under his arm. These affectionately illustrated Christmas stories help to make time pass
more quickly for children of three and over who cannot wait for Christmas to arrive.
| 3 +

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 +

Abedi, Isabel (Author) Fienieg, Annette (Illustrator)

Beware! Adventures and dragons heading this way Every dragon can fly, but Quatzimuck is scared to because he feels very dizzy standing up there at the very top of Flight Rock. Kurt, a little flea, refuses to leave his home, which happens to be the left nostril of Glitterscale, the silver dragon and very soon little Kurt turns out to be a great dragon hero! Thirteen stories in which brave, greedy, lovable and magical dragons have the most exciting adventures. Thirteen fiery dragon stories with cheerful and amusing pictures | 4 +

Wich, Henriette (Author) Wechdorn, Susanne (Illustrator)

Little Matilda can hardly wait for her baby brother to come out of Mummy’s tummy at long last. But when Finn finally arrives, Matilda is surprised to find that the baby can’t even play with her yet! This and other heart-warming stories of many different real-life family situations make this a delightful story book for young children of two and over. | 24 months +

Egger, Sonja (Illustrator)

Watch out, pirates! Full speed ahead for the treasure hunt! Humpback whale and bubonic plague! The pirates on board the Splendid Sperm Whale are horrified when the treasure chest they’ve just stolen turns out to contain neither gold nor precious stones, just books! The pirate king, Pontius Pirate, also has a problem: he’s desperately looking for a successor, but his daughter Mona can’t become pirate queen – or can she? The 13 exciting stories are all about treasure islands, pirate ships and all the things that make a pirate’s heart beat faster!
| 4 +

Dreller, Christian (Author) Korthues, Barbara (Illustrator)

Who’s afraid of the scary monster? No one! At least, no one who gets to know Mo-Mo Monster because there’s nothing scary at all about Mo-Mo Monster. And the other monsters also have more important things to do than frighten people, like going to school, farting and rescuing old toys. All of these goings-on will soon have young listeners of four and over squealing with laughter. | 4 +

Gieseler, Corinna (Author) Rachner, Marina (Illustrator)

Sweet dreams! For three-year-olds, each day is full of new impressions and discoveries. Short stories set in the children’s worlds of experience and imagination are very important and help them to settle down and fall asleep at bedtime. They simply snuggle down and slip softly off to dreamland.

A book with wonderful illustrations, ideal for the bedtime story ritual!
| 3 +

Munck, Hedwig (Author) Munck, Hedwig (Illustrator)

| 4 +

Ameling, Anne (Author) Rupp, Dominik (Illustrator)

Super for heroes not yet reading for themselves!
Who says superheroes are only for older children? Marmelo, who saves bread and jam from falling jammy-side-down on the floor, is probably cooler than Spiderman was at the age of four. And Super-Erik saves an entire town from mega-mean Mega-Panda. With these superheroes around, who’s going to wait for Batman or until they can read for themselves? And in any case, being read to is always super!

Crazy, hilarious read-aloud stories in vibrant colours!
| 4 +

Bertram, Rüdiger (Author) Sohr, Daniel (Illustrator)

A storybook packed with exciting and turbulent adventures to read aloud. For all police fans, young and not so young!
The many colour pictures make these varied stories even more appealing to small children.
You can look at them together and read them aloud.
| 4 +

Bosse, Sarah (Author) Schargan, Constanze (Illustrator)

Holiday time at last! Ian and Lara are visiting Nana and Granddad on the farm, where they have an exciting time riding on the tractor, playing in the maize field and watching the little piglets.
The many colour pictures make these varied stories even more appealing to small children. You can look at them together and read them aloud.
| 24 months +

Niessen, Susan (Author) Prechtel, Florentine (Illustrator)

Shut your eyes and enjoy the story.
The moon would love to be able to lie in a bed for a change, and Basti can actually fly in his! On the other hand, falling asleep in it is sometimes not so easy. At least that’s what the little duckling thinks. And he’s not the only one. That’s why, when our tiny tots climb into their bed, there’s nothing better than a goodnight story to help them snuggle down and drift off to dreamland.

Goodnight stories for the very youngest, divided into short chapters with double-page illustrations – ideal for the bedtime reading ritual.
| 3 +

von Vogel, Maja (Author) Egger, Sonja (Illustrator)

Exciting pony adventures
Jana is away on her first holiday at the pony stables and Felix wins a rocking horse and has an exciting adventure with some mediaeval knights. Prince Kunibert is disgusted because the King has sold his favourite pony without a by your leave – just because she isn’t very pretty and she’s a little bit stubborn. Kunibert is determined to demand his pony back. But that turns out to be far more difficult than he thought!

| 4 +

Kellner, Ingrid (Author) Sangl, Michaela (Illustrator)

Cheeky and enchanting! All about little princesses One day, Princess Isabel decides to change places for a day with Isla, her maid. Suddenly, she finds she’s not bored any more and even makes a new friend. Prince George tries to rescue a princess from a dragon, but discovers she doesn’t actually want to be saved. Princess Chili causes quite an uproar in Prince Benjamin’s palace and Princess Miranda wishes she could be a proper pirate princess. Fifteen favourite stories for little girls – with bright, charming pictures. | 3 +

Wich, Henriette (Author) Wechdorn, Susanne (Illustrator)

Lots of favourite animals for toddlers!
There’s always something happening in the animal world! Boris the dawdling bear discovers the most gorgeous honey in the wood, Henri the dog can’t wait to go to nursery school and Ingo the hedgehog is terribly proud of having found a wonderfully warm place for the whole family to hibernate. And little Jules discovers a newborn lamb at the petting zoo. She’s even allowed to stroke it! With big, colour illustrations and a padded cover – for children of 2 upwards. | 24 months +

Rose, Barbara (Author) Ishida, Naeko (Illustrator)

The books Enchantment in Magenta Wood and The Enchanted Postbox published for the first time here together in a single, beautiful volume with a touch of fairy magic: Rosalie’s seventh birthday is also her first day at school, Blossomwood School to be exact, where she hears about the fairy letterbox into which human children post their wishes. On her way there, Rosalie gets lost in Magenta Wood, but her friends soon come to her aid. In the second book, a letter from the fairy letterbox goes missing in Blossomwood and everyone who lives in Giggleblossom Meadow helps her to find it.

A magical two-book volume of Fairy School stories written in a light-hearted, funny style and with detailed illustrations by Naeko Ishida.
Added extra: Magical fairy landscapes and detachable stickers are an open invitation to play.
| 6 +

von Vogel, Maja (Author) Egger, Sonja (Illustrator)

For every child who likes to dream about little ponies At last, Laura is allowed to have a ride on the fairground pony Shecki. It’s far better than going on the roundabouts and eating candyfloss or toffee-apples. Felix never dreamt he could have such a super adventure with his rocking horse. Lena gallops to the moon and back on her dream pony and Ruth, a mediaeval knight, wins the great Knight’s Tournament with Poldi, her pony. Thirteen stories packed with pony fun for children of four and over – a must for all pony fans! | 4 +

Wich, Henriette (Author) Scharnberg, Stefanie (Illustrator)

The fire brigade is very busy. The bright red fire engine rushes off to help, its siren blaring loudly, whenever there’s a fire in the neighbourhood. But the fire brigade does lots of other things, too! They visit nursery school, help to clean up the lake where people swim when it is polluted by oil and rescue a kitten that can’t find its own way back down from the roof … | 3 +

Wich, Henriette (Author) Scharnberg, Stefanie (Illustrator)

Nee-naw, nee-naw! Here comes the fire engine, its siren wailing whenever there’s a fire to put out. But the fire brigade also helps in other ways: pumping oil from the lake or rescuing a little kitten caught in a tree.
The many colour pictures make these exciting stories even more appealing to small children. You can look at them together and read them aloud.
| 3 +

Fiedler-Tresp, Sonja (Author) Sohr, Daniel (Illustrator)

For all train fans, young and not so young! Mary travels on an ICE train, Leo goes on an outing with his nursery school and visits the railway mission, and Christian takes a train trip with a real steam engine.
The many colour pictures make these varied stories even more appealing to small children.
You can look at them together and read them aloud.
| 4 +

Steckelmann, Petra (Author) Schulte, Tina (Illustrator)

Everyone loves baby animals!

Nico takes his little guinea pig, Flip, to the zoo so that he can play with the other guinea pigs. Theo the little zebra has lost his stripes after bathing in the water. A book full of stories for everyone who loves baby animals.

MAXI picture and activity books make wonderful presents and are great for indoor games and at bedtime, fit into any advent calendar and are fun in any weather.
| 3 +

Scheffler, Ursel (Author) Timm, Jutta (Illustrator)

Visiting the Father Christmases in Christmas Village Rufus, the Polar researcher, comes down to earth with a bump when his hot-air balloon loses height and crashes right over Christmas Village! With preparations in full swing for the big day there, it’s all very exciting for Rufus. But Rufus would naturally like to be back home with his family on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately something happens to prevent that. Then, on top of everything else, one of the Father Christmases falls ill. Can Rufus come up with an idea for saving Christmas? An exciting story amusingly told by a successful author and well-known illustrator. A complete story in 24 chapters, it also makes an ideal read-aloud Advent calendar book! A super title! | 4 +

Schütze, Andrea (Author) Kraus, Tina (Illustrator)

New stories from the little goodnight fairy with the big heart

It’s the night of the supermoon and Maluna Moonshine and the other fairies who live in the Enchanted Wood are holding a storytelling: Oskar Lightning and Attonno Thunderclap recount how they saved two Enchanted Forest children from a thunderstorm; the little tooth fairy lets them all in on what happens to all the milk teeth she collects; and Noelle Winterglory tells of the summer when things turned almost Christmassy and of how a mango yoghurt saved the Enchanted Forest from a snow storm.

Maluna Moonshine. Story Time in the Enchanted Forest is doubly enchanting with stories all about storytelling.
| 4 +

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

As you can tell from his name, Franz is a boy, and he’s six years old. But because he has blond ringlets, a red cherry mouth and plump pink cheeks, people take him for a girl at least three times a day. Franz finds this very annoying, and it’s so hard to convince them they’re mistaken, especially the Bergers’ nephew, who refuses to believe that Franz is a boy. Then Franz has an unusual, but effective, idea … | 8 +