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Maar, Paul (Author) Muggenthaler, Eva (Illustrator)

A fairy-tale parable by one of Germany's best loved and most successful children's authors, Paul Maar. With magical illustrations by Eva Muggenthaler.

Princess Bea’s favourite pet is Rosemarie, the tortoise, who has a beautiful golden shell. One day the cat tells Rosemarie that there is some writing on the shell, and from that moment on, she can’t rest. She MUST find out what it says. But none of the other animals can tell her, because they can’t read. Only when she is dropped from the sky is the mystery finally solved.

Secret clues and animals, coupled with the frisson of getting lost and finding your way back home: it's a potent mixture which is guaranteed to appeal to all child readers.

Destined to become another Paul Maar classic.

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Link, Alexandra (Author)

Ponies, nature and magic – a touching tale of friendship, with the additional frisson of unicorn magic.

13-year-old Lina lives in the mountains with her father and brother. When she is given the mare Fjella, it seems as if her happiness is complete. However, the caramel-coloured pony is beyond unusual, and has a horny place between her ears... Soon not only Fjella but also Lina and her friend David are in danger – for Fjella is very special, and unfortunately the wrong people get wind of this.
| 10 +

Schütze, Andrea (Author) Linnekuhl, Elias (Illustrator)

Truly Magical!

Jules is nine years old when she receives a shimmering golden letter informing her that she has been chosen by the Nearbyland-Lottery-Ball-Klingdingaling-Machine as a candidate for the title of Honorary Princess. There are seven hellishly tricky tasks to complete - but what, Jules wonders, would a princess do in her place? It’s a good thing that her sister and her friend Linus are there to help her.

Reality, suspense and a generous helping of magic! | 6 +

Fiedler-Tresp, Sonja (Author) Hardt, Iris (Illustrator)

Pictures tell the story – a unique concept
Three double pages each are devoted to the telling of one fairy tale – entirely in pictures. So even the youngest children can take an active part in telling the story – a great success that makes children (and their parents) very proud! And just in case the adults need a little reminder of how the stories go, there’s a short text summary for each of the fairy tales.

Four fairy tales retold in pictures
To enjoy over and over again
Short text summaries as reminders of the content
| 3 +

Dietl, Erhard (Author) Iland-Olschewski, Barbara (Author) Dietl, Erhard (Illustrator) Schöne, Christoph (Illustrator) | further

Excitement at the zoo with Paddock and co!

Poor little monkeys!! When a rotten thief steals the fur of the rare golden lion tamarins, the Oggly detectives rush over to the zoo! The monkeys are all stark naked and there’s no trace of the thieves to be found. What are they planning to do with their loot? Mr Paddock and his team discover the truth!

Book 21 in the series featuring Paddock and co! Pure suspense and plenty of Oggly action in handy pocket size: each crime story comes with a collector’s corner, English vocabulary list and detective tips!
| 8 +

Leykamm, Martina (Author) Leykamm, Martina (Illustrator)

Pirates ahoy! The wild and wonderful life of a pirate – complete with a treasure hunt! Here they are, the dangerous men in Captain Lobsterpinch’s crew: Carl and Pete, the twins, Freddy the first mate, dozy David, smutty Steve and Jimmy, the cabin boy. They sail around the world, capturing ships and looking for gold on the treasure island – and the children join in with the map that helps them find the secret hiding place. And what do you think the wild pirates are going to do with all that gold? Open the windows and find out. What a surprise! A fresh new wind for young pirates! An innovative board picture book full of fun and ideas – with a map of buried treasure to take out plus lots of windows.
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