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The perfect spin-off to the successful Suddenly 13 series. A strong heroine fights for her dreams – between football and dancing class!
| 12 +
How do I kiss a koala bear? Easy-peasy! But to kiss the giraffe, the child has to climb up high into the tree – and it even has to hang upside down from a branch to reach the sloth. And what’s the best way to give a sparrow a quick peck? That’s simple, on the swing! In the end, of course, the biggest smacker of all is for mummy! With its bright, colourful illustrations by Annette Swoboda, its catchy verses full of fun and surprises and its affectionate kiss alphabet, this book makes a perfect present for tiny tots. A positively kissable picture book! | 24 months +
The warthog is very knowledgeable, but sadly it has no idea at all about kissing. This has to change, he decides, and tries his luck with a spider, a bee and a butterfly, but none of them want a kiss from him. And the other animals also prefer to stay unkissed, so the warthog tries kissing a pebble. Will it return his kiss?
A Warthog Wants to Kiss is really special thanks to Erhard Dietl’s rhymes, which guarantee great hilarity, and Christiane Hansen’s beautiful illustrations, which will soon have fans of kissing, large and small alike.
| 4 +
Ophelia’s transformation skills are more practical than you might think. After all, (in the guise of Amalia) she finally gets to kiss Cliff, the boy she’s crazy about. But then it’s time for the whole school to set off for the Highland Games. And because not only Cliff and the real Amalia join them on the journey, but also Ophelia’s twin sister, their three loopy aunts and Adrian, who is absolutely nuts about Ophelia, heartache and chaos are a foregone conclusion. Strange things happen and Ophelia realises that she has another relation staying at camp incognito.
Mistaken at the second kiss, the second book in Sonja’s comic and complicated tale of transformation.
| 12 +
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But exactly how does the mummy hedgehog kiss her child? And how does the little penguin come by a kiss? On each new page, there’s a different, enchanting scene of creatures kissing. One thing is certainly very clear: all the baby animals get a lovely big smacker of a kiss from their mummy.
With beautiful illustrations and rhymes, Giraffe Kiss and Crocodile Smacker carries the very young off to an affectionate animal world, where mummy animals kiss their children in their own, very special way.
| 24 months +
Sabine Ludwig’s Christmas fun with fresh, colourful pictures by Sabine Wilharm.
| 8 +
Tamara is lovesick – but what a time to fall for someone, just when the summer holidays are about to begin! Then her Granny gives her a language course in Stockholm! To start with, Tamara isn’t keen on the idea - what’s the point of learning Swedish, after all? A language course in London would have been much cooler! But then Tamara meets Jesper, the Swede, who’s a great joker, and Marco, the good-looking Italian. And suddenly being able to say »Jag älskar dig« – or perhaps better »Ti amo« is not so bad, after all.
| 12 +
The countdown’s on! Henrietta will soon be turning 13, when she will officially be a teenager. But she has quite a lot to do before then, like getting herself a steady boyfriend. And she also wants to find out a few important things – what being in love is like, how to be a great kisser, what goes on in boys’ heads and why parents are always so terribly embarrassing. She starts researching all of these things and trying out some experiments, and also manages to put her foot in it at every possible opportunity.
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