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The Oggly children had really only intended to pay a brief visit to their friend Mr Paddock in London. But then he is called away to Scotland to assist his detective colleague MacMolly with an important case and so, of course, the Ogglies accompany him. No sooner have they arrived than they find themselves in the midst of a thrilling adventure involving stolen jewels, a terrifying castle ghost, bagpipes that have mysteriously been slit open and Nessie, the Loch Ness monster ...
-\x09Children love crime stories and children love Erhard Dietl’s ogglies. A clear case for the oggly detectives!
-\x09Star-Characters: 6.8 billion sold Ogglies products | 8 +
Swiss cheese: Great big holes in the walls of London buildings present the Oggly detectives with a real mystery. At first, it looks as though rotten burglars had used the holes to make their way into other people's homes, but then the Oggly detectives make an important discovery: The paintings of a mysterious artist were on the missing pieces of wall. Can the Oggly detectives be able to track down the art thieves?
| 8 +
The bear is very hungry and looking for something to eat. The children help him to search and already know what tasty titbits await him on the next page – a glimpse through the peephole lets them in on the secret! But the big bull is too dangerous, the pigs are too filthy, and the hare is too fast for him, and the chickens just laugh at him. The bear is feeling pretty desperate, but then Mrs Bear comes home with delicious bread and honey.
Discovery fun for young children with amusing rhymes to join in with, peepholes for guessing games and lovely bright pictures.
| 24 months +
What’s hatching from the eggs? What is the brave knight running away from? What is the fairy conjuring up and which treasures are hidden away deep inside the mountain? Children can let their imagination run wild with The Scrawls and Scribbles Book and the pictures inside invite them to complete the unfinished drawings and to make up stories. Each child can finish off the pictures however he or she wants and begin with the one he or she likes best – that’s why not only children but also teenagers and even adults have so much fun with this book!
A super concept also for nursery schools and schools – developed in collaboration with the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg. | 4 +