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Wich, Henriette (Author) Scholz, Barbara (Illustrator)

All about valiant knights, rattling armours and colourful fancy-dress parties! What does robber baron Roland’s greatest treasure look like? Who’s afraid of rattling Rufus? And what’s that Squire Kuno just found in King Arthur’s beard? Thirteen fantastic and realistic mediaeval adventures full of surprises to make you laugh and keep you in suspense! You see, robber baron Roland’s greatest treasure is the damsel Adelgunde and she’s so thrilled with Roland that she marries him on the spot! Thirteen stories set in the Middle Ages, full of fun and suspense – with lots of colour pictures for children of four and over. | 4 +

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

    Close to their mucky hearts: Erhard Dietl's Ogglies go time-travelling again - this time in knight's armour.

    How impolite! Oggly Grandma never thanked the Herb Lady who, some 800 years ago, gave her the love amulet that helped her to capture the heart of Oggly Grandpa.
    It's high time to rectify this. So, together with the two Oggly children, Granny uses Brausewein's time machine to travel back to the Middle Ages. But their visit to the Herb Lady is just the start of it. The Ogglies find themeslves ravelled up in further matters of love: the evil knight Gregor has imprisoned young Gunhilde in his castle and is trying to force her to marry him - rather than the cobbler's apprentice whom she loves. The Ogglies think this is a stinker of an unfair plan. But can they free Gunhilde from the tower?

    Travel back in time to the thrilling past.

    Ideal reading matter for emerging readers: exciting and irresistibly funny.

    The Ogglies are guaranteed big-sellers. | 6 +

      Westhoff, Angie (Author) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator)

      Who helps the poor and brings justice to Sherwood Forest? Robin Hood, of course – every child knows that! But because the original text of the classic tale is too difficult for four- and five-year-olds, this book retells the exciting story of Robin Hood in age-appropriate language and with a hint of mischief. The book comes with a host of atmospheric and amusing illustrations. | 4 +