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Brix, Silke (Illustrator)

Remember how it used to be? Say how it is today! An interactive memory book for grandfathers and grandchildren in which they can write, draw and tell stories together.

What was it like when Granny was little? Did television exist? And what was her favourite food? Children want to know so much about their grandparents and they, in turn, often know too little about their grandchildren’s daily lives. In this shared memory book, both can enter the things that are most important to them and so preserve their best memories in word and pictures for all time. Because the two generations fill the album together, it becomes a treasure that could never be bought. On 112 beautiful pages in a child-appropriate four-colour design and with an opulent layout, a host of questions invite grandparents and grandchildren to provide the answers. The cover has slits especially for a cover photo. The perfect personal present for Grandpa and grandchild!
| 8 +

Brix, Silke (Illustrator)

Remember how it used to be? Say how it is today! An interactive memory book for grandfathers and grandchildren in which they can write, draw and tell stories together.

What was it like when Granny was little? Did television exist? And what was her favourite food? Children want to know so much about their grandparents and they, in turn, often know too little about their grandchildren’s daily lives. In this shared memory book, both can enter the things that are most important to them and so preserve their best memories in word and pictures for all time. Because the two generations fill the album together, it becomes a treasure that could never be bought. On 112 beautiful pages in a child-appropriate four-colour design and with an opulent layout, a host of questions invite grandparents and grandchildren to provide the answers. The cover has slits especially for a cover photo. The perfect personal present for Granny and grandchild!
| 8 +

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 +

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 +

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 +

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 +

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)

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 +

Schneefuß, Trixi (Author) Schneefuß, Trixi (Illustrator)

Homemade! We make the world the way we want it!
Each piece is an original and as unique as its owner. Step by step, Trixi Schneefuß demonstrates how to turn slides and brooches, book covers and key rings into original pieces of jewellery. She provides ideas for home decorations of every shape and colour, to hang, stand or lie. A treasure trove of fantastic suggestions of all levels of difficulty on how to make life at home better and come up with the right presents for family and friends.
A host of ideas, practical tips and templates to pull out. A super book that's in keeping with the current "do-it-yourself" trend and helps people to discover and develop their own creativity.
| 12 +

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 +

Maar, Paul (Author) Büchner, Sabine (Illustrator)

Alphabet magic from the master of wordplay: Paul Maar for beginning readers
Whoosh the wizard is a very special magician – because he works his spells on words. He turns a word like “rose” into “nose” or “hose”. I can do that, too, thinks Leo and borrows Whoosh’s magic wand. But conjuring with letters is not as easy as he thinks, and very soon everything is going wrong! A playful look at the alphabet and words: learning to read is such fun!

| 6 +

Bertram, Rüdiger (Author) Schulmeyer, Heribert (Illustrator)

Absolutely hilarious! COOLMAN Chaos at school
Kai starts school. Obviously, he has to have his invisible friend COOLMAN with him on his first day because school would only be half the fun without him! COOLMAN puts Kai up to all kinds of pranks. Kai wears his first-day school cone that had all the nice presents in it on his head, writes the wrong name on his name badge and jumps through the picture when the class has its photo taken. School is definitely never going to be boring with COOLMAN around!
Book 2 of the COOLMAN books for beginning readers.
Büchersterne learn-to-read books for reception class children: large primer print, simple words, short sentences and more pictures than words for the youngest beginning readers.
| 6 +

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

The two Oggly kids pay a visit to their relations on the North Sea coast, where an awful prospect awaits them. Their cousin will only let them join the Black Shell Gang if they do three dares, namely: jump off a high rock, eat fresh peaches and wash in perfumed soap. Luckily, nothing gets in the way of the pluckiest Ogglies! | 7 +

Scheffler, Ursel (Author) Henze, Dagmar (Illustrator)

Paula’s first day at school: a child’s favourite for beginning readers
What a good job Paula has her school cone dragon with her on her very first day at school. Because that's how she gets to know her new friend, Sina, who has a dinosaur on her cone, so that the pair immediately recognise that they would go well together! From now on, Paula always has her dragon with her, because with a school cone dragon at your side, nothing can happen to you. A great adventure with Paula from the popular beginning reader series by Ursel Scheffler.
Learn to read with “book stars” for year one: very large primer print, easy words, short sentences and a big picture-to-text ratio for the very youngest beginning readers. Also included: 16 pages of reading puzzles and games in a supplement at the back plus an Internet reading mission.
| 6 +

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 +

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 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Author) Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Tap, turn, blow!
New from the creators of the Krickel-Krakel (Scrawls and Scribbles) series

An activity-inducing book: The children turn the frog into a prince with a kiss, help the parachutist to land by turning the book and refloat the bear’s ship by rocking the book to make waves. A very special picture book that encourages the readers to use all of their senses. By scratching, croaking, singing, counting and shaking the book as hard as they can, they bring the story to life!

•\x09A four-colour activity picture book like no other before it
•\x09Fantastic aha effects as you leaf through
•\x09Entertaining fun not just for tiny tots
•\x09From the artists of the popular Scrawls and Scribbles books

| 4 +

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

First colour in a page and then it’s time for sweet dreams! In small “colouring-in steps”, Maluna tells her best Enchanted Forest adventures in a special storybook that has a picture to colour in on every page. And the best thing about it? Maluna’s hair gleams the same wonderful purple as it does in the moonlight. With this lovely book, little ones simply won’t be able to wait for bedtime. | 4 +

Thau, Christine (Illustrator)

Do the puzzle, score another goal! Find the shorts that match the jersey, finish the drawing of the little football player and find the mistakes on the football field. You’ll have loads of fun with this colourful World Cup puzzle! Forty multi-coloured and one-colour puzzles for nursery school children.

| 5 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Author) Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Scrawls and scribbles, creative card fun to colour in!

How will the birthday cake look when the confectioner has added his finishing touch, a cherry. Who’s peeping out from the flowers in the summer meadow? Who would you send the card with the hairy monster sitting at the dining table to? Thirty postcards to finish colouring – for all sorts of occasions and for everyone you would like to give pleasure to. For artists old and young – and ideal for children who would like to send a homemade greeting to their grandparents, uncles, aunts and parents!

The latest fun from the successful scrawls and scribbles artists: 30 postcards to finish colouring. Individual greetings for grandmas, grandpas, uncles, aunts and all your friends.
| 4 +

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

First colour in a page and then off to dreamland! In small “colouring-in steps”, Maluna tells her best birthday party adventures in a special storybook that has a picture to colour in on every page. And the best thing about it? Maluna’s hair gleams the same wonderful purple as it does in the moonlight. With this lovely book, little ones simply won’t be able to wait for bedtime. | 4 +

von Klitzing, Maren (Author) Worms, Ina (Illustrator)

Pets, wild animals, soft toy animals, sock animals: they are all here! The little brown bear is not in the mood for hibernating, cuddly toy pig Emma is playing pranks, Luna, the little owl, is learning to fly, and the princess and the pirate girl both long for the same: to have a pet of their own.

A wonderful, interactive book for children of four and over. It comes with plenty of ideas for games, questions, craft suggestions, picture quizzes, and read-aloud tips for adults.
| 4 +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Hebrock, Andrea (Illustrator)

Ricky Racoon paints with his hands.
Ricky and his daddy paint a picture for Mummy. Ricky wants it to be nice and colourful! Daddy puts paint on Ricky’s and Ruby’s hands and the pair print the colours onto the paper. Now won’t Mummy be pleased if Ricky uses his hands to make the wall look nicer, too?
| 24 months +

Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Draw scary faces on the monsters! What does the monster take on holiday? And who is still sitting having coffee and cake with the monsters? Amusing, original pictures to complete and colour in that are lots of fun for young and not quite so young artists, at home and on the move. | 5 +

Becker, Christian (Author) Baeten, Lieve (Illustrator) Lieser, Margret (Illustrator) Bittner, Ralph (Illustrator) Buchholz, Konstantin (Illustrator) | further

With this cute activity pad, boredom disappears as if by magic. The pad has 40 age-appropriate puzzles that are heaps of fun to solve and colour in – a super idea, especially for passing time on the move! And with the correct answers on the other side of the page, the children can easily find out whether they got it right. | 5 +

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

Easter is just around the corner and the eggs still have to be painted. But in all the rush, the Easter Bunny has forgotten his glasses and everything goes wrong. What a good thing his friends are there to help him. Now Easter can come, after all. | 24 months +

Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Which animals live underwater? Who spends the winter in a pile of leaves? Draw the bear’s shaggy fur! The young and not quite so young artists have loads of fun completing and colouring in these funny animal pictures, at home and on the move. | 5 +

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

Sweet dreams at the end of an exciting day at school! The little goodnight fairy’s magical mandala colouring book for school beginners is something very special. That’s because mandalas are mysterious; they contain the pictures and thoughts of the whole world. Try one and see how peacefully you fall sleep. | 4 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

What does the little princess have for breakfast? What do Princess Louisa’s magic flowers look like? Draw the princess on her way to the castle! Delightful pictures to complete and colour in that are lots of fun for young and not quite so young artists, at home and on the move. | 5 +

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

Maluna Moonlight fires the imagination and conjures up sweet dreams at bedtime. The little goodnight fairy’s magical mandala colouring book is something very special. That’s because mandalas are mysterious; they contain the pictures and thoughts of the whole world. Try one and see how peacefully you fall sleep. | 4 +

Dietl, Erhard (Author) Schöne, Christoph (Illustrator)

Creative play with the Ogglies! It’s just Oggly-crazy what can be found on the rubbish tip! The Ogglies have long known that you can make great use of all the lovely old stuff: cheesy-feet slippers, for instance. And because DIY and upcycling are all the rage these days, the Ogglies pass on some amazing tips that are child’s play to follow.

Affectionately illustrated instructions describe every single step in detail. Ideal for one creative pair of hands or for the entire family. These tips make it great fun to play with the Ogglies!
| 8 +

Becker, Christian (Author) Baeten, Lieve (Illustrator) Lieser, Margret (Illustrator) Buchholz, Konstantin (Illustrator) | further

With this cute activity pad, boredom disappears as if by magic. The pad has 40 age-appropriate puzzles that are heaps of fun to solve and colour in – a super idea, especially for passing time on the move! And with the correct answers on the other side of the page, the children can easily find out whether they got it right. | 5 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Whose turn will it be to use the skipping rope next? How do the girls make it to the other side of the river? Who does Felix give the pears to? Warm-hearted and amusing pictures to complete and to colour in that are lots of fun for young and not quite so young artists, at home and on the move.

Other than friendship, the three main themes in this series are: monsters, animals and princesses.
| 5 +