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»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 +
A toad-slimy, olchiferous ABC – delightfully rhymed and illustrated by "Oggly-Daddy" Erhard Dietl.
| 6 +
•\x09A flying pony and a brave little girl everyone will love – a fantastic partnership
| 3 +
Circus hamster Harry knows that he’s been living in a book ever since he tumbled out of his story a while back. Now it’s happened again, and this time with Gerda, the racing tortoise. The pair land in a school where they meet class guinea pig Hercules and the three help shy Linus to find a friend. They have to resort to their wildest circus tricks to get back inside the book in time for their big entrance in the circus ring.
- Hilarious animal heroes, lots of gaily coloured illustrations, large format.
- Ideal for reading aloud – Harry the hamster delights adults and children alike.
| 6 +
George and his friends Mo, the dung beetle, and Belle, the dragonfly, have “itchy feet”; they can’t get wait to go travelling again and explore foreign countries. They want to find out what’s it like in Transylvania, Iceland and Spain. But flying is never as easy as you think, and George and his friends experience more than one turbulent adventure! They even end up taking part in Olympic Games!
The second book all about the adventures of George, the lovable mascot of GEOmini magazine, with 12 read-aloud stories and lots of colour illustrations.
| 6 +
These fascinating read-aloud stories are entertaining as well as informative for both children and their parents: What are our funniest everyday misapprehensions?
| 4 +
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 +
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 +
Ten-year-old Stella lives above an old costume rental shop with her father, her brother, her grandpa and her dog, Jupiter. After witnessing a glorious shower of shooting stars, Stella meets a strange girl in the garden in the middle of the night. Although Vega is a little odd, she and Stella quickly become friends. But Vega claims to be a shooting star. Can that really be true? And can Vega also make wishes come true? For Stella’s family have plenty of wishes!
Author Katja Frixe and illustrator Erica-Jane Waters take their readers on an enchanting journey. A book for children of 8 and over, full of humour, magic and friendship.
| 8 +
A horse of her own! For that, Emily would even appear on a quiz show, even though she’s far happier fixing old mixers and toasters than mixing with people. And then opportunity knocks for Emily when she actually comes up trumps in a quiz and makes her dream come true. But now there’s something wrong with Runa, her mare. She’s sad; Emily immediately senses that because she has a special bond with animals … it’s almost as though she could talk to them. And Emily knows that she is the only one who can help her pony.
Sensitively and movingly told: In Emily’s world, intuition counts more than words
For every girl who’s crazy about horses and children, and loves books about special friendships
Filled with wonderfully atmospheric illustrations by Verena Körting.
| 9 +
- Book 2 in the glittering series about Vega, Stella and cherished wishes
- Colourful, fanciful illustrations by Erica-Jane Waters | 8 +
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 +
Innovative concept for the new “second reader”
Hilarious, amusing and a little bit crazy: perfect for all really keen beginning readers. | 7 +
And if someone notices him, he will have to go back to the zoo! So he decides he would rather hide in the secret overseas container. But that doesn’t suit Sheriff Louis and Tilly one little bit… A bit of bother surely wouldn’t harm in their opinion. Quite the opposite, in fact!”
Innovative concept for the new “second reader”
Hilarious, amusing and a little bit crazy: perfect for all really keen beginning readers.
| 7 +
“Peacock bass and pink salmon!” Fat Sven and his cabin boy Pit cannot believe their eyes when a barrel is washed up on the beach right in front of their feet one evening and a small pig emerges with a friendly grunt. Not that he’s an ordinary pig by any means! Jules is a pirate pig! Naturally, they soon discover his secret. And when Jules is kidnapped, Pit and Sven have to take on a whole gang of savage pirates to get their pig back again.
Cornelia Funke’s PIRATE PIG with its funny pictures by Kerstin Meyer is a barrel of laughters for the whole family. | 8 +
This retelling of the charming story is suitable for children of three and over.
| 3 +
Mila’s school burns down one night, and Mila is the only one in her class who is shipped off to Rocky Meadow Castle. Stupid Meadow Castle, she thinks. Who on Earth wants to go to a school in the middle of nowhere? However... the fact that Mila’s new school is in fact also a conservation centre for the last mythical creatures on Earth makes things a bit more interesting. And then Mila discovers that she has a particularly good instinct when it comes to these curious creatures.
Guaranteed to thrill child readers: School, friendship and mythical creatures | 8 +
A varied selection of exciting and, above all, amusing stories to choose from in three different lengths, that take the children to the seaside, into their own garden, and into a fantasy land, with witches, magicians, fairies, pirates and mediaeval knights. There are plenty of laughs and giggles in each story, so both readers and listeners will be soon be in high spirits.
The fourth book in the successful series with the maximum fun factor in stories with three lengths.
With amusing illustrations by Melanie Garanin.
| 3 +
How does she know all of this? And why does the new girl in class 6b have such an odd diary? Greta is happy about her new classmate – and what she finds out is even more amazing: Zola is not from Bavaria or anywhere like that. No, she comes from the future! She is here to do a stint of time experience in the present. But no one is really supposed to know that. Luckily, Zola always has an emergency chewing gum ready to hand, in case there is something to forget!
A hilarious time travel adventure: the latest fun read from the author of Popes Don’t Fart
| 9 +
The retelling of this popular classic is suitable for children of three and over.
| 3 +
Eleven-year-old Tom lives alone with his mother. His father died before he was born – at least, that’s what Tom had always thought. Then suddenly an old circus ticket Tom finds at his grandparents’ home calls everything into question. Could Arthur Merlini, the famous circus artist, be his father? Tom sets out in search of his roots. In a world that’s full of magic and seems to have a false bottom, he is forced to face his greatest fears and finds himself catapulted into the adventure of his life!
Original characters, an exciting plot, amusing and at the same time, profound: a glimpse behind the circus scenes with Nina Weger!
| 10 +
Anton, 9 years old, corrector of fairy tales and narrator of this amusing family story doesn’t have an easy time of it. Luckily for him, Dilip joins his family as his adoptive brother. Dilip comes from India and he’s already a brilliant physicist – well not quite yet. But at least he doesn’t have a chance of a career in football, either. But it takes a big bang for Anton’s family to finally settle into place.
A wonderful family story: warm-hearted, funny and a little bit crazy, too!
| 8 +
Twelve-year-old Uli is off to the North Sea coast with a group of other children from Berlin. But it’s not going to be a holiday for any of them as none of the children will be staying at the “sanatorium” of their own free will – and Mrs Butt, the director there, runs a tight ship. If it weren’t for her roommates, Freya, Fritzi and Anna-Lisa, who soon become her firm friends, life there would be hard to bear for Uli. But then Freya disappears. The girls search for her secretly and finally discover her far out on the mudflats. But before they can make their way back to dry land, the tide sweeps in and they find themselves stranded on a sandbank.
Sensitive treatment of a moving subject – an exciting story of adventure and friendship with lots of vignettes from daughter Emma Ludwig.
“There probably isn’t another author in this country who can describe so aptly and with so much humour the often really tough daily encounters between children and adults.” Der Tagesspiegel
| 10 +
Molly is looking forward to joining her father, Captain Bendixen, on another voyage
and also to some new adventures with the ship’s “goblin sea bear”, Captain Button. And she doesn’t have to wait long for them to begin because the three are off to Scotland, where Captain Button plans to visit an uncle of his. To her horror, Molly discovers that the uncle has been held captive in a haunted castle for hundreds of years! She immediately sets about freeing the Scottish sea bear, of course!
Captain Button’s second adventure: an entertaining holiday story for the whole family, with lots of colour pictures, a linen spine and a ribbon bookmark.
| 6 +
•\x09"Kleeberg writes a story that will make your head spin." NDR
•\x09A fantastic, atmospheric setting and a wonderful, almost classical turn of phrase
•\x09Realistically told, but with magical elements
•\x09Luca Puck and the Lord of the Rats is a literary book for children that offers a glimpse of a magical world. The first children’s book by award-winning author Michael Kleeberg is written with uncommon atmospheric intensity.
| 10 +
Leon is bored and it’s no wonder. For as long as he can remember, he has been twelve years old and forbidden to leave the village of Valmot, where he lives. Then one day, old Morelli takes Leon with him to the nearest town, but his wonderful outing becomes a journey on the edge between life and death. Morelli is kidnapped by a stranger and Leon discovers the existence of a mysterious pact that threatens the life of all his relatives and friends in Valmot. Will he and his friends Marietta and Fly manage to save the village?
Fantastical and highly inventive, dark and atmospheric, that’s Austrian author Thomas Mendl’s second adventure story for children.
| 11 +
Where would the Pocketbeer Family be without the Sat? Mr Pocketbeer has become as fond of the small creature with the trunk-like snout as if he were his own child. But one day the Sat disappears. To its own horror, he must return to the Sat world at the end of 15 years, 15 days and 5 minutes – because otherwise the human being he is living with would become a Sat himself. Mr Pocketbeer is already showing the first signs… Is he really turning into a Sat? And will the real Sat have to leave his dad? A wondrous tear leads to a surprising solution…
Fast-moving, turbulent and full of imaginative ideas – one of the very best Sat stories! For the first time featuring colour illustrations inside.
Total circulation of all Sat books: 4.6 million copies!
| 8 +
This delightful retelling of the original dating from 1906 is perfect for children of three and over.
| 3 +
A brand-new Sat story, illustrated by acclaimed author Paul Maar.
The Sat isn't allowed to do anything! So it spends its days being bored while Mr Taschenbier is at work. Through the window, it spies a couple of children clambering aboard a dragon. The Sat wishes it could do the same. As the dragon shop is shut, though, the Sat decides just this once to use the forbidden Wish Machine. Lo and behold: a little dragon appears before him! An entertaining game of hide and seek ensues, because Mrs Rotkohl must, needless to say, not discover what's going on. However, there's no way to hide the fact that everyone is so happy all of a sudden. For the Sat managed to conjure up a Chinese lucky dragon!
- A new Sat story written and illustrated by Paul Maar.
- Immense multi-generational fan-base - over 5 million copies sold in Germany.
- Translated into 23 languages
- New: rhyming chapter titles | 7 +
No other author writes such gloriously crazy stories!
The sequel to the heart-warming and hilarious story about the family with the worst grandma in the world. Book 1 won the Leipziger Lesekompass book award as well as being nominated for the Deutsch-Französische Jugendbuchpreis award.
| 8 +
A fat pony that not only talks, but does so with a French accent? Fran and her friends can't believe their ears when they come across Meurtelle, as the pony calls herself, while working at Apple Farm stables. She even claims to be the best show pony from the Moulin Rouge in Paris." It’s just a bit off that the pony’s ballet skills don’t seem to be up to much – and that two strange characters from a small travelling circus turn up looking for their pony just now.
A horse book with a difference – also for fans of novel animal stories – with illustrations by Barbara Korthues.
| 8 +
His fascinating stories from the distant past take them from Scandinavia, England and Germany all the way to Greece and tell of Robin Hood, William Tell, Siegfried and the Dragon and the Golem. Full of suspense and humour and retold especially for children by Dimiter Inkiov with lots of colourful and amusing illustrations by Wilfried Gebhard. | 5 +