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Jakobsen, Lars (Author) Jakobsen, Lars (Illustrator)

Bored? But surely not with Peggy Diggledey! This book brings a wealth of variety into children’s daily lives with 50 super ideas for fun and games. Popular puzzles – like join the dots, find the mistake, labyrinths and pictures to complete – tricky challenges and exciting ideas for how to make a miniature treasure chest, for example, or tie different knots: this book offers plenty of scope for children to be active, making things themselves, drawing and painting and, of course, playing. | 5 +

    Raab, Ann Cathrin (Author) Raab, Ann Cathrin (Illustrator)

    Have you met Matti and Momo? You can see Matti on the first page, but how does Momo look? Draw him in the book the way you see him in your mind’s eye, then the pair can fly away and have exciting adventures: they discover a fascinating island, meet strange creatures and capture a gigantic monster. Happily, everything will turn out fine if you lend them a hand.

    An interactive picture book for young artists with lots of imagination.
    The scrawls-and-scribble concept built into a picture-book story
    A creative, interactive book kids will want to look at again and again
    | 4 +

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

      These are things little ones can do all on their own.
      With this puzzle pad, boredom doesn’t have a chance! The children can get straight down to solving the puzzles without any help because there are no written instructions – ideal for children witht no reading experience. And with the solutions on the back, finding out whether or not they got them right is child’s play.

      Ideal for nursery and pre-school children, with plenty of colourful pages.
      | 4 +

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

        Hilarious picture puzzle fun.
        With this puzzle pad, boredom doesn’t have a chance! The children can get straight down to solving the puzzles without any help because there are no written instructions – ideal for children with no reading experience. And with the solutions on the back, finding out whether or not they got them right is child’s play.

        Puzzles without text instructions for children of 4 and over with a variety of tasks to solve and amusing pictures.


        | 4 +

          Schneefuß, Trixi (Illustrator) Sommer, Eleanor (Illustrator) Raab, Ann Cathrin (Illustrator)

          Beginners’ Scrawls and Scribbles: Draw in the millipede’s legs! The sheep hasn’t any wool? The spaghetti is still missing from the plate? At last, there’s a colourful book with pictures even boys will enjoy finishing off: Beginners’ Scrawls and Scribbles, massive fun for very young artists. Here, fantastic ideas are transformed with humour and great instinct into pictures that are ideally suited to the cognitive and motor skills of small children. And that means they are guaranteed to experience a first sense of creative achievement.

          The successful Scrawls and Scribbles concept now in large format for children aged 2 and over, with colour details and extra-thick pages!
          | 24 months +

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

            Puzzles with Maluna Moonshine

            Maluna Moonshine is the little goodnight fairy with the big heart, who always helps the folks of the Enchanted Forest as well as helping children with puzzles and guessing games. So if she hasn’t just taken a wrong turn as she flew along (can happen), she will help you to solve the most enchanting MAXI fairy puzzles under the stars.
            | 4 +

              Frankenstein-Börlin, Tina (Illustrator)

              What has Daddy got in his toolbox? Children are welcome to rummage and play here. There’s plenty to be found in Daddy’s toolbox! A drill, a hammer, a saw and lots of other fascinating things. The jigsaw pieces are an invitation to play and also offer opportunities for comparison with real-life objects. This paperback is just waiting for children to open it out and play, and comes with modern, authentically illustrated objects inside.

              In this paperback, Daddy’s Toolbox, children can finally rummage to their heart’s content.
              | 3 +

                Frankenstein-Börlin, Tina (Illustrator)

                What has Mummy got in her bag? Children are welcome to rummage and play here.

                There’s plenty to be found in Mummy’s bag! A mobile phone, make-up utensils, jingling keys and plenty of other fascinating things. The jigsaw pieces are an invitation to play and also offer opportunities for comparison with real-life objects. This paperback is just waiting for children to open it out and play, and comes with modern, authentically illustrated objects inside.
                In this paperback, Mummy’s Bag, children can finally rummage to their heart’s content.
                | 3 +

                  Antoni, Birgit (Author) Antoni, Birgit (Illustrator)

                  Guessing fun with shadows. There’s so much to see in the bedroom, in the kitchen, on the farm, on the building site and in the street, and now there’s also lots to guess, from the building block tower to the goat on the farm, from the excavator to the zebra crossing. Some are only recognisable as a silhouette. So the idea is to look hard, think and guess, and perhaps you’ll be in for a surprise. Because you only get to see exactly what the object is when you open up the flap.

                  Interactive board picture book in extra-large format with oodles of guessing fun for the very young.
                  New concept: guessing book with more than 50 flaps
                  Non-fiction book with special features – close to children’s daily lives
                  Super, extra-large format
                  | 24 months +

                    Scrawls, scribbles and guessing fun! The second colouring-in book for creative children! Which knight captures the evil dragon? What happens to the little robot on his faraway star? In the new scrawls and scribbles book, children can let their imagination run wild and combine colouring-in with guessing and matching games. Each of the pictures comes with a brief suggestion to help the kiddies develop their own ideas. With so much variety, this colouring-in book just has to become a new favourite! Pictures to colour in, mazes and guessing games on an amazing 160 pages. | 5 +

                      Schmidt, Hans-Christian (Author) Weldin, Frauke (Illustrator)

                      The sun is shining outside and Max the badger wants to go out and play. But first, he has to get dressed, of course, so he asks the reader to help him: to press the press-stud on his trousers, button up his cardigan, to tie his shoelaces and lastly to close the Velcro fastener on his jacket. Unfortunately, by the time he is dressed, it has started to rain and he needs help getting undressed again. | 24 months +

                        Die Krickelkrakels (Author) Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

                        Draw, cut, bend and fold!

                        Crayons, scissors and glue go to create some fantastic figures from the imaginative picture and activity templates! There are penguins to cut out and fish to feed them, a circus elephant who can stack cups on top of his trunk and a brightly coloured tiger slinking through the jungle. Once they have made their favourite figures from the book, the children can place them anywhere they like on the large landscape backgrounds – woodland, building site or circus, there’s something here to catch every child’s imagination.

                        This innovative activity book is another product of the creative Scrawls and Scribbles studio, a group of illustrators who emerged from a project team at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg. It comes with activity sheets with people, animals, plants and fantasy characters as well as large landscapes to pull out and put together.
                        | 5 +

                          Schuld, Kerstin M. (Author) Schuld, Kerstin M. (Illustrator)

                          If the lamp lights up, it’s the right answer! There’s lots to see and do on the farm. Which vehicle is the farmer driving across the field? What do rabbits eat? Which animal gives milk? What a lot of questions! And only with the correct answers do the little lamps light up.

                          The joy of discovery with a true “light-bulb” effect: join in, marvel, have fun while you learn and use the visible answer check.
                          | 24 months +

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

                            These are things little ones can do all on their own.
                            With this puzzle pad, boredom doesn’t have a chance! The children can get straight down to solving the puzzles without any help because there are no written instructions – ideal for children witht no reading experience. And with the solutions on the back, finding out whether or not they got them right is child’s play.

                            Ideal for nursery and pre-school children, with plenty of colourful pages.

                            | 4 +

                              Pertschi, Stefan (Author) Pertschi, Stefan (Illustrator) Marahrens, Marc (Illustrator)

                              A recordbreaker! The rally activity book for just 9.95 euros!
                              On your marks, get set, go! With scissors and glue, the young car fans build themselves a spectacular racetrack, zippy racing cars and fearless drivers. Templates make cutting out, folding and gluing child’s play, and the children can colour everything in just the way they want. Long straights, tight bends and tricky obstacles turn every race into a small adventure. Fast-moving playtime fun, creativity guarantees!
                              Imaginative cars to make at home: the perfect book for boys and dads. With lots of different elements to colour in and piece together.
                              | 5 +

                                Becker, Christian (Author) Casper, Veronika (Illustrator) Nordqvist, Sven (Illustrator)

                                | 5 +

                                  Kehr, Karoline (Illustrator)

                                  Colourful puzzle fun for preschool children!
                                  These 40 puzzles are loads of fun to colour in, have muddled-up pieces to unjumble and trails to follow. A playful way to train fine motor skills, concentration and logical thinking. With first letters and numbers.
                                  | 4 +

                                    Becker, Christian (Author) Casper, Veronika (Illustrator) Nordqvist, Sven (Illustrator)

                                    | 5 +

                                      Ameling, Anne (Author) Gerhaher, Eleonore (Illustrator)

                                      Introducing Mats and Lina:
                                      Lina has been five years old for far too long already (once she’s six she’ll be able to go to school at last) and Mats is three (he can’t remember how long he’s been that old). The pair are brother and sister and they’re as thick as thieves – and that’s a good thing because when Lina starts putting one of her ideas into practice, there’s usually excitement in store for both of them. And Lina has an idea for every situation! Her ideas involve real fire fighters, secret hiding places in the playground at nursery school, a runaway from the riding school on the edge of town and the digger-dumper driver from the building site next door…
                                      | 3 +

                                        Kehr, Karoline (Illustrator)

                                        Great fun with picture puzzles!
                                        In this pad, there are 40 puzzles just waiting to be solved! Mistakes have slipped into every picture. Who can spot them?
                                        | 4 +

                                          Clement, Ina (Author) Mildner, Tom (Author) Clement, Ina (Illustrator)

                                          Do you know the Hobgoblings? They could do with some help solving all these tricky puzzles! Bet you can do them!

                                          Puzzle fun with the Hobgoblings – for at home and on the move!
                                          | 4 +

                                            Clement, Ina (Author) Mildner, Tom (Author) Clement, Ina (Illustrator)

                                            There are lots of crazy pictures just waiting for you to colour them in! | 4 +

                                              Ameling, Anne (Author) Gerhaher, Eleonore (Illustrator)

                                              Introducing Mats and Lina:
                                              Lina has been five years old for far too long already (once she’s six she’ll be able to go to school at last) and Mats is three (he can’t remember how long he’s been that old). The pair are brother and sister and they’re as thick as thieves – and that’s a good thing because when Lina starts putting one of her ideas into practice, there’s usually excitement in store for both of them. And Lina has an idea for every situation! Her ideas involve real fire fighters, secret hiding places in the playground at nursery school, a runaway from the riding school on the edge of town and the digger-dumper driver from the building site next door…
                                              | 3 +

                                                Ameling, Anne (Author) Gerhaher, Eleonore (Illustrator)

                                                Introducing Mats and Lina:
                                                Lina has been five years old for far too long already (once she’s six she’ll be able to go to school at last) and Mats is three (he can’t remember how long he’s been that old). The pair are brother and sister and they’re as thick as thieves – and that’s a good thing because when Lina starts putting one of her ideas into practice, there’s usually excitement in store for both of them. And Lina has an idea for every situation! Her ideas involve real fire fighters, secret hiding places in the playground at nursery school, a runaway from the riding school on the edge of town and the digger-dumper driver from the building site next door…
                                                | 3 +

                                                  Ameling, Anne (Author) Gerhaher, Eleonore (Illustrator)

                                                  Introducing Mats and Lina:
                                                  Lina has been five years old for far too long already (once she’s six she’ll be able to go to school at last) and Mats is three (he can’t remember how long he’s been that old). The pair are brother and sister and they’re as thick as thieves – and that’s a good thing because when Lina starts putting one of her ideas into practice, there’s usually excitement in store for both of them. And Lina has an idea for every situation! Her ideas involve real fire fighters, secret hiding places in the playground at nursery school, a runaway from the riding school on the edge of town and the digger-dumper driver from the building site next door…
                                                  | 3 +

                                                    Heger, Ann-Katrin (Author) Wünsch, Dorota (Illustrator)

                                                    You’re sitting in a circle at nursery school when you feel a fart coming on …
                                                    It’s your daddy’s turn to cook so he hasn’t got time to play …
                                                    Grandad lands on the roof of your house in a helicopter …
                                                    And what do you do now? Children often have the most incredible ideas. This exceptional picture book stimulates their imagination and provides 14 possible and impossible situations with more than 50 illustrated answers to the question: “And what do you do now?” The children can talk about the different possibilities, visualise the situation and elaborate on it, make and reject decisions or simply laugh themselves silly over all the different alternatives.

                                                    A picture book for reading aloud, taking part, reflecting on and laughing your head off over. It encourages creative thinking, is great fun, and also nice and big, so everyone can have a good look at the same time.
                                                    | 4 +

                                                      Becker, Christian (Author) Casper, Veronika (Illustrator) Nordqvist, Sven (Illustrator)

                                                      | 5 +

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

                                                        Exciting puzzle fun on the farm! How many spots does the cow have? Which path takes the cock to the hen house? And which sheep belong together? Down-on-the-farm activity fun with mazes, dot-to-to pictures and find-the-mistake puzzles.
                                                        Forty MAXI puzzles, multi- and single-coloured, for nursery school children (no words). You (or the child) will find the right answers on the back of each page.
                                                        | 4 +

                                                          Kehr, Karoline (Illustrator)

                                                          Tricky mazes for young puzzle fans!
                                                          How does the bunny find his way back to his burrow? Where is the pot of tasty honey hidden? How does the camel make its way out of the desert? This book has 40 mazes just waiting to be untangled. On your pencils, get set, go!
                                                          | 4 +

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

                                                            Puzzle fun for young pirates! Colour in the treasure chest, help the pirate to make his way to his ship and count how many fishes there are in the sea. Children will have great fun with this motley mix of puzzles!
                                                            Forty MAXI puzzles, multi- and single-coloured, for nursery school children (no words). You (or the child) will find the right answers on the back of each page.
                                                            | 4 +

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

                                                              Fantastic puzzle fun for little clever clogs! There are mistakes in all of the pictures - who can spot them? The numbers in the picture indicate how many mistakes there are to be found.
                                                              Forty MAXI puzzles, multi- and single-coloured, for nursery school children (no words). You (or the child) will find the right answers on the back of each page.
                                                              | 4 +

                                                                von Klitzing, Maren (Author) Garanin, Melanie (Illustrator)

                                                                Magnus would much rather have flown off to Majorca with his father and Finya had really been looking forward to her riding holiday. But this year everything is different because Finya’s mother, Carla, and Magnus’ father, Calvin, have just fallen in love with each other and are planning a trip to a small Danish island – so that they can all become one big family. This promises to be very dull! Or will it? One thing’s certain, the kids hadn’t expected to find so many puzzling adventures there…


                                                                | 8 +

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

                                                                  Puzzles are fun with the Ogglies!

                                                                  Mucky weather? Bored? Then it’s high time for the new MAXI puzzle pads. Each one contains a selection of 40 age-appropriate, popular puzzles with a fun guarantee. The puzzle pads are naturally ideal for relieving boredom when children eat out with the family or on long holiday journeys. And there’s plenty to keep even preschool children busy and happy! | 4 +

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

                                                                    Fantastic dot-to-dot fun! From dot to dot to the finished picture: complete the giraffe and draw a goal for the goalkeeper. And what will the dinosaur look like when he’s finished?
                                                                    Forty MAXI farm puzzles, multi- and single-coloured, for nursery school children (pictures only). You (or the child) will find the right answers on the back of each page.
                                                                    | 4 +

                                                                      Kehr, Karoline (Illustrator)

                                                                      The perfect present for Easter nests and first-day-at-school presents!
                                                                      Even tiny tots have great fun with these MAXI Easter puzzles! With these picture puzzles, mazes, dot-to-dot pictures and more, time simply flies!

                                                                      MAXI colouring book with brightly coloured puzzle pages and solutions over the page.

                                                                      | 4 +

                                                                        Thau, Christine (Illustrator)

                                                                        Great puzzle fun for smart nursery school kids! These puzzles make nursery school lots of fun: dot-to-dot pictures, find-the-mistake puzzles, pictures to colour in and many more puzzles for young school starters. 40 multi-coloured and one-colour puzzles for nursery school children. | 5 +

                                                                          Thau, Christine (Illustrator)

                                                                          Fun puzzles for the holidays. How many ice cream sundaes can you count? Who owns the suitcase? And which path leads to the beach? You’ll have fantastic puzzle fun with this mix of colourful puzzles! Forty multi-coloured and one-colour puzzles for nursery school children.

                                                                          | 4 +

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

                                                                            An extra portion of puzzle fun! Puzzles, pictures to complete, counting and connecting the dots. This mix of puzzles is huge fun and guaranteed to banish boredom!
                                                                            Eighty MAXI puzzles on 160 pages for nursery school children. You (or the child) can find the right answers on the back of each page. Practical, low-priced and plenty of fun!
                                                                            | 4 +