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Schmidt, Hans-Christian (Author) Német, Andreas (Illustrator)

Pulling, pushing, eyes shut! Which animal goes to sleep? Eating porridge, brushing teeth, singing a lullaby – and before they know it, the cuddly toys’ eyes are falling shut. When the children pull the slide elements on every double page, one by one they send the teddy, the giraffe, the rabbit, the penguin and the crocodile off to sleep. Now there’s only one person still awake. The cuddly kiddy him or herself, who can now also curl up and go to sleep, just like the animals! A counting rhyme to join in with and a goodnight book that’s sure to become a favourite!
| 24 months +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Reich, Stefanie (Illustrator)

How bats get off to sleep: although the little bat is already very tired, she can’t get off to sleep. That’s because her sleep sheep isn’t there and without it, she just stays awake. Mummy and Daddy help her to search everywhere for it. In the end, they do find the sleep sheep. It had been hiding by the window. Now everyone’s happy and they can all get to sleep at last.

A sleep-inducing bedtime story not just for bat children: A book that’s sure to be a favourite, with catchy new rhymes by Susanne Lütje and cute pictures by Stefanie Reich.
| 24 months +

krima & isa (Author) krima & isa (Illustrator)

For the very young: the magical world of krima and isa.

Spinning top, cuddly elephant and favourite doll: tiny tots will find all of their toys on the pages of the krima and isa picture dictionaries. The board picture books feature the successful krima and isa design that’s equally popular with mothers and children and for the first time open up the krima and isa world to the very young. A pictionary for tiny tots drawn with lots of love and attention to detail.
| 12 months +

Raab, Dorothee (Author) Abel, Bettina (Illustrator)

You know all that! A treasury of words to last a long time
A real treasure trove for young explorers! Small children love to look at and name the things they know over and over again and to learn new ones, as well. The 70 colourful and faithfully detailed pictures with the corresponding words give kiddies lasting pleasure. Children will always find something here they recognise or that surprises them – for example toys, vehicles, clothing, animals, plants, colours, shapes and lots more! Recognising and naming for the tiniest tots – trains perception and language skills.
| 12 months +

von Klitzing, Maren (Author) Becker, Stéffie (Illustrator)

3-5-8-Minute stories for every night. A lovely collection, guaranteed to give little ones a good night’s sleep.

Bold girls, brave boys, lost dogs, busy squirrels, tired witches and sleepless chickens … but they have one thing in common: they all fall fast asleep at the end of their adventures. And children and parents can have their own little adventure, too, as they decide how long the story is going to be. Whether three, five or eight minutes, there’s always one to suit. Snuggling and dreaming is so lovely!

A whole new look for the much-loved ‘minute stories’.
“Sleep” topic loved by children and parents alike.
Snuggly stories with dreamily beautiful illustrations. | 3 +

Arold, Marliese (Author) Becker, Stéffie (Illustrator) Paehl, Nora (Illustrator)

Snuggle up - it’s time for bed. Look: the moon has woken up and the stars are twinking in the sky.

Here’s your little read-aloud bedtime companion. Let’s snuggle up with our cuddly toys, sink into our comfy bed of stories, and even receive an unexpected visit from a surpisingly nice ghost. Going to bed is such fun. Shall we read a story? In short: a dreamily delightful collection of bedtime stories for children, parents, and anyone who reads or listens to them.

Diverse themes cover a host of different situations.
Powerful, empathetic series - a valuable addition to the bookshelves.
High enjoyment factor for a low price. | 4 +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

“The day’s been a long, bright and happy one. But look – now the sun is setting.” Just moments ago, the small birds, squirrels and children were buzzing about and playing boisterously, but now they all stop and quietly gaze at the glorious sunset. Soon the moon will be here to take the sun’s place in the sky. Now it’s time for bed. | 18 months +