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Geisler, Dagmar (Author) Geisler, Dagmar (Illustrator)

This body book takes young readers on a playful voyage of discovery around their own body. It shows the differences between children, names their body parts and explains all about the eyes, ears, nose, mouth, hands and feet. There’s also a description of what grows and what the skin does.
Take a look in the mirror: What have you got there in the middle of your face? What colour are your eyes? And what can you do with your nose, hands and feet? This fascinating body book invites children to learn about themselves and to name the different parts of the body. Who can find out what they are used for? Hopping, smelling, holding, washing and lots more besides!

With a real mirror – a big body book for self-discoverers!
| 24 months +

Grönemeyer, Dietrich (Author)

Look it up with the Little Physician

»Hello, I’m Nano, the Little Physician. Anyone who has read my adventures about the inside of the body or seen me at the pictures will already know that I know my way round the body pretty well. And if you and your family have this book at home, you will always know what to do if you turn your ankle or have a tummy ache, or why cleaning your teeth is quite important, as are exercise and good food, too. So I can only recommend it!«
Yours truly, Nano

The ideal compendium for the family of today in a completely revised edition that’s more up to date than ever. The big and the little physician offer help for all kinds of situations – with their amusing, useful, refreshing and sound medical knowledge.
| 10 +

Haberstock, Meike (Author) Haberstock, Meike (Illustrator)

Hick-ups, wind, rhythmic beats! The body is a huge adventure!

How does your heartbeat sound? When does your heart beat slowly and when does it pound? Little children are fascinated by their own body and the many different noises it makes. When do we sneeze? Why do we have to fart? And how does it sound when we eat with our mouth open? Meike Haberstock takes children on a journey of their body and even invites them to try things out any time!

The first body knowledge book with innovative illustrations and sound elements for many realistic noises enables children to get to know their own body as they play!
| 24 months +

von Klitzing, Maren (Author) Brandstetter, Johann (Illustrator)

How do we look on the inside? Polo reveals some secrets
What a marvel the human body is! Polo takes the children on a journey inside the human body to see the skeleton and muscles. There they explore the internal organs and find out how we smell, see, hear and taste things. When the children move the acetate sliders, air flows into the lungs, blood flows through the arteries and the corpuscles prepare to attack invading bacteria!
All about the human being’s bone structure, internal organs and senses. With lots of extras: acetate sliders, discovery wheel, lacquer finish and embossing. Large format, packed with especially beautiful, detailed pictures and lots of information.
| 4 +

Schütze, Andrea (Author) Hammerle, Nina (Illustrator)

Where does the fluff inside Daddy’s tummy button come from? Is pee always yellow? And why do I start to feel sick when I’m excited? These and other fascinating children’s questions can best be answered in a good story. In the latest volume of ellermann question books, everything revolves around our body. It’s sure to hold quite a few facts even parents didn’t know before.

New questions from the popular “Why” series: hard facts woven into entertaining read-aloud stories – that’s how funny and fascinating our body can be.
| 4 +

Geisler, Dagmar (Author) Geisler, Dagmar (Illustrator)

A first playful book about the body – with a real mirror as a special highlight!
Children are so inquisitive! And nothing is more exciting than their own body. What are the parts of the body from head to foot called? What senses are there and what are they for? Why do we wash and what’s the difference between girls and boys? Children can find out all the important things about their body in a playful way. And the most exciting part is when they look in the mirror: because then they discover themselves! | 24 months +

Grönemeyer, Dietrich (Author)

What is a cough really? How does the pancreas work? And how do antiobiotics work? Does herbal sleep tea really help you to sleep? If, like Nano, you are 12 years old and cannot wait to become a doctor any longer, you will be full of questions. What a good thing Nano not only has his grandmother’s stock of herbal remedies, but also Dr. X and his freaky assistant to help him make a fascinating journey through the human body. Along the way, he flies through gigantic gorges and catacombs, fights fearful monsters and dangerous killer commandos as well as meeting the tiniest robots imaginable.

The diagnosis is clear: up-to-date and compact, with lots of new information and a fresh, new look – Nano and his friends have undergone a fitness cure. Revised and even more up to date than ever, Prof. Grönemeyer’s Little Physician is at last out on an exciting mission once more. As a microscopic bodynaut, Nano battles treacherous robots and the evil Professor Shudder as he makes his way round the human body.
The Little Physician is much more than a wonderful children’s book. Playfully, Grönemeyer gives the young readers an awareness for their own body and for what will keep it healthy. What we have here is sound medical knowledge, humour and a portion of humaneness that makes the book a worthwhile read even for adults.
“A gripping expedition. Participants don’t even notice how easily they learn anatomy and biochemistry along the way.” Die Zeit

“Dietrich Grönemeyer’s The Little Physician is science fiction, detective story, family story and reference work all in one.” Die Zeit

“Explaining medical terminology so that it’s easy for children and young adults (and their parents) to understand is something the famous doctor is very good at.” Stern
| 10 +

Grönemeyer, Dietrich (Author)

Nanolino and his friends are a little bit older now. And once again, it’s all about fascination with and admiration for the beauty of the human body. In a nutshell: The Latest Adventures of the Little Physician. Once again, Nano is shrunk to microscopic size and, as the world’s first bodynaut, makes his way deep into the brain, into joints and cells – and always in search of the soul. We see how he falls in love for the first time, how he explores nose, ears and other sensory cells and how he battles with Professor Shudder’s evil nanorobots – Prof. Dietrich Grönemeyer tells all this and much more in his new book!

| 10 +

Grönemeyer, Dietrich (Author) Karriko, Helen (Illustrator)

Clear the ring for Rapple, the great rabbit magician, and his assistants, the little physician Nano and his friend Lilly! With his shrinking machine – and an abracadabra – the magician reduces the children to microscopic size and sends them on a journey of discovery through the human body. On the trail of Windy Wanderer, Nano and Lilly discover lots of fascinating facts about healthy eating and our digestive system. | 5 +

Grönemeyer, Dietrich (Author) Karriko, Helen (Illustrator)


Clear the ring for Rapple, the great rabbit magician, and his assistants, the little physician Nano and his friend Lilly! With his shrinking machine – and an abracadabra – the magician reduces the children to microscopic size and sends them on a journey of discovery through the human body. Along the way, Nano and Lilly discover that our nose can do an awful lot more than just smell and what a runny nose is actually good for.
| 5 +

Grönemeyer, Dietrich (Author) Karriko, Helen (Illustrator)

Clear the ring for Rapple, the great rabbit magician, and his assistants, the little physician Nano and his friend Lilly! With his shrinking machine – and an abracadabra – the magician reduces the children to microscopic size and sends them on a journey of discovery through the human body. Nano has an exciting adventure in the mouth when he comes up against the tooth monster and learns why it’s so important to clean your teeth. | 5 +

Grönemeyer, Dietrich (Author) Karriko, Helen (Illustrator)

The Little Physician for little readers.
Clear the ring for Rapple, the great rabbit magician, and his assistants, the little physician Nano and his friend Lilly! With his shrinking machine – and an abracadabra – the magician reduces the children to microscopic size and sends them on a journey of discovery through the human body. Nano and Lilly climb aboard the nanomobile and set off into the human ear, where the two bodynauts discover what hammer, anvil and stirrups are doing there.
Science in a fascinating package: playful learning for young children.
| 5 +

Geisler, Dagmar (Author) Geisler, Dagmar (Illustrator)

Bathtime fun for tiny tots Cleaning teeth, washing hair, bathing and rubbing yourself dry afterwards, too, are much more fun with this amusing picture book for grubby toddlers! Funny rhymes invite them to join in and make it fun to climb into the bath. There’s a mirror for kiddies to check how clean they already are! Bill, the cheeky crocodile appears in every picture! With a real mirror inside the book. | 24 months +

Weber, Susanne (Author) Schoene, Kerstin (Illustrator)

Mouse wants to know which animal makes which pile of poo. One day, seeing her own tiny droppings, the little mouse becomes curious. How do other animals’ droppings look? The question leaves her no peace, so she sets out to ask the cat. She asks the dog, the rabbit, the horse and also the cow. And all of the animals ask the little mouse the same question: “What comes out at the back of you?”

Exciting subject for children, charmingly presented with large fold-out pages that reveal each secret!
| 24 months +

Weber, Susanne (Author) Rammensee, Lisa (Illustrator)

Pooh - Who’s making that smell?

The little buffalo is getting smellier all the time, but he doesn’t care – you see, water isn’t his thing. It’s only when his friends start running away from him instead of playing with him that the stinky little buffalo finally accepts that it is perhaps time for him to take a bath, after all!

Amusing rhymes by popular author Susanne Weber

Fresh illustrations from newcomer Lisa Rammensee

Bathtime, an everyday topic delightfully packaged for tiny tots | 24 months +

Dax, Eva (Author) Dully, Sabine (Illustrator)

Watch out, the Unstoppable Five are in our midst! But who is probably the most unstoppable? Miss Hic, The Puffy Fart, The Burp, Professor Achoo or The Yawner? A crazy contest begins. And just when they all think it will be impossible to find a winner, a very different candidate turns up – one who’s far more terrible than all the rest!

The second picture book from the dynamic duo Eva Dax and Sabine Dully takes an amusing look at bodily functions.
Knowledge in story form: unstoppably entertaining
| 4 +

Crämer, Jana (Author) Pauluth, Josephine (Illustrator)

Inspiring new activity book by the renowned body positivity messenger – packed with suggestions and encouragement

Jana Crämer hasn’t always had it easy, but she has always made the best of it. Being happy isn’t the same as being perfect: this much has Jana learned. This is also her message, and forms the basis of her second activity book. Includes anecdotes and quotations from her own life, full of ideas and encouraging exercises and with loads of space to write in. This book is like your best friend, a new and inspiring activity book by the renowned body positive blogger.

Be who you are! Blogger Jana motivates her readers to accept themselves as they are | 12 +

Rudolph, Annet (Author) Rudolph, Annet (Illustrator)

Who can comfort these animals? A plaster book for young nurses Ouch! The tiger has got his tail caught, the mouse has scraped his knee, the frog has a big bump on his head and the hippopotamus has hurt his toe. All the animals need looking after – and the little children, full of pity, know very well that what is needed here is a plaster! What a good thing there’s one in this book – with a velcro dot and attached to a tape so that it can be used over and over again! Seven stories to arouse kiddies’ sympathy and desire to help! With a genuine velcro plaster on a tape. | 24 months +

Geisler, Dagmar (Author) Geisler, Dagmar (Illustrator)

"How do I feel? Am I sad, happy or just being awkward?
Love and cuddles for Mummy and Daddy, fear in the dark, anger at playmates – small children experience all of these feelings with great intensity. But it isn’t always easy to cope with all these different emotions! That’s why it is nice for children to recognise familiar situations in the pictures – and to talk to their parents or teachers about what they feel. But the funniest thing of all is looking at yourself in the mirror and conjuring up a smile on your face with the good-mood sticker and windows to open and shut.
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| 24 months +

Wich, Henriette (Author) Grote, Anja (Illustrator)

How do you explain to very young children where they come from; the difference between boys and girls; why there are different kinds of love; how babies are born, and why some children have two mummies or two daddies? The best way to do it is with these entertaining, modern and sensitive stories suitable for young children.

This book contains age-appropriate sex education stories to read aloud. Sensitively and clearly illustrated, it also includes modern aspects, such as intersexuality and gay marriage.

| 4 +

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

A tubful of bathtime fun with the little owl!

It’s bath day at the owls’ house, but Little Owl doesn’t want to know. Mummy Owl offers her heaps of fluffy bubble bath and a yellow rubber duck, but nothing will tempt her into the water. Little Owl simply refuses to hop into the bath. Then mummy has a brilliant idea…

This Little Owl story by author duo Susanne Weber and Tanja Jacobs makes bathtime a delight for every child. | 0 +

Grönemeyer, Dietrich (Author)

Nano and Lilly have a crazy (on-screen) adventure: shrunk to microscopic proportions, they set out in a mini-submarine on an adventure trip through the universe of the human body – or to be more precise: the body of Nano’s Grandad Erwin. Dastardly Professor Shudder has injected a dangerous robot into his veins and now, with the aid of lab rabbit Rapple, Nano and Lilly are battling the evil robot between acrid gastric juices and aggressive antibodies. But they are slowly running out of oxygen…

The book to accompany the great cinematic event coming up in October 2014, based on Prof. Dietrich Grönemeyer’s bestselling books and featuring some of the best original stills from the movie.
Great cinematic event coming up in October 2014!
| 8 +

Dreller, Christian (Author) Schmitt, Petra Maria (Author) Vogel, Heike (Illustrator)

New stories for inquisitive kids! Why don’t penguins get cold feet? Can plants talk to each other? And is the sloth really slothful? Answers to these and lots more fascinating children’s questions are best found in a good story, making learning storytime fun. And parents may also find they, too, learn something new at the same time.
The sequel to the popular book Why are Bananas Curved? is packed 22 fascinating stories that are simply brimming interesting facts.
| 4 +

Dreller, Christian (Author) Schmitt, Petra Maria (Author) Vogel, Heike (Illustrator)

For everyone who wants to know exactly what’s what!
Children aren’t the only ones who can learn something here! This read-aloud book provides surprising answers to some of the burning questions children ask and playfully imparts knowledge almost by chance. These are just some of the children’s questions the book answers: Why do the stars shine? Where is the wind when it isn’t blowing? Where does the sun go at night? How does the salt get into the sea? How does cheese get its holes? Can fish drown? Why don’t woodpeckers get a headache when they drum? Why do milk teeth fall out? Why do some people have dark skin?
| 5 +