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Orso, Kathrin Lena (Author) Becker, Stéffie (Illustrator) Sieverding, Carola (Illustrator)

The little fox tells stories of the mermaid princess attending the ocean ball, the pirate princess defending her island against pirates, Princess Hundagunda falling in love with a tomcat of all things, and of little Linus, who cuts quite a figure when he goes to a costume party dressed as a super-princess. | 5 +

Wagner, Charlotte (Author) Wagner, Charlotte (Illustrator)

Forty age-appropriate puzzles in each pad, in black-and-white and in colour, banish all boredom. And because the puzzles are self-explanatory, even nursery school children love these puzzle pads. All the solutions are printed on the back, making it easy as pie for the children to check their own results. | 4 +

von Vogel, Maja (Author) Hammerle, Nina (Illustrator)

Princess Paula wants to slay a dragon, a big one, preferably with more than one head. But it’s not at all easy to find one! At last, in the depths of the magic forest, she comes upon a dragon – but only a very small one. And hardly has Princess Paula swung her sword than the dragon gives a frightened shriek and scampers off into his den. How is she supposed to slay him if he won’t stay and fight?!

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Munck, Hedwig (Author) Munck, Hedwig (Illustrator)

The Little Princess has come on a visit and she wants to play with the Little King. But she can’t bear the spiders in the attic, there are mice in the cellar and it’s already dark outside in the garden. The Little Princess is frightened of everything! The Little King simply cannot understand it. He’s never frightened! Or is he? Maybe when wild Woo starts banging around inside the washing machine again… | 3 +

von Klitzing, Maren (Author) Kunkel, Daniela (Illustrator)

Perfect for young history fans: here come some delightful adventures for kiddies to join in on. While Mummy or Daddy reads the story aloud, there are also lots of activities for the children. Colourful symbols in the book clearly show where there’s a story to read, a picture with hidden elements or an activity for the children to get involved in. And best of all, the main characters in all of the stories are children’s favourites: princess, fairy, mermaid and many more besides.

The new interactive concept with reading tips at the end of the book fosters language skill and is lots of fun. Age-appropriate conversation ideas, questions and puzzles encourage readers and their young listeners to take a hand in the stories themselves. | 4 +

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

Paula’s best day ever! A girl’s dream come true

Paula’s auntie is getting married! Even better than that – she has asked Paula and Zina to be flower girls at the wedding. The big day finally arrives and everything is so gorgeous that the two girls feel almost like princesses in a fairy tale. The only little hiccup comes when Paula’s brother, Titus, almost forgets the rings – but luckily he has his sister to make sure nothing can go wrong at the altar. Author Ursel Scheffler’s latest book in the popular Paula series is written with humour and affection – and absolutely no slushy sentimentality. In other words, it’s typical Paula!
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Kellner, Ingrid (Author) Sangl, Michaela (Illustrator)

Cheeky and enchanting! All about little princesses One day, Princess Isabel decides to change places for a day with Isla, her maid. Suddenly, she finds she’s not bored any more and even makes a new friend. Prince George tries to rescue a princess from a dragon, but discovers she doesn’t actually want to be saved. Princess Chili causes quite an uproar in Prince Benjamin’s palace and Princess Miranda wishes she could be a proper pirate princess. Fifteen favourite stories for little girls – with bright, charming pictures. | 3 +

Weigelt, Udo (Author) Fackelmayer, Regina (Author) Wünsch, Dorota (Illustrator)

The fairies are throwing a big party today and they expect Philomena the little fairy to be there – even though she would much rather watch her favourite series, “Good Nuts, Bad Nuts” on Troll Television! She heaves a great sigh and gets out her stardust costume. Then she realises to her dismay that it no longer fits! Lomephina, the little witch, helps her. All Philomena has to do is get hold of the ingredients for a very special magic potion. | 3 +

Gieseler, Corinna (Author) Rave, Friederike (Illustrator)

The stupid flower elves don’t want Caitlin at their meadow festival! The little half-elf is so upset, she runs away with her friend Tinker, the fat pony. A little while later, they find themselves caught in a heavy rainstorm. It’s a good thing Caitlin is wearing her wellies! Then she remembers the elves. What will happen to them? Caitlin knows they can’t fly with wet wings … | 3 +

Schulden, Michael (Author) Broska, Elke (Illustrator)

Anna discovers a small fairy crying bitterly in her room. The fairy’s name is Ofelia and she is supposed to be making a wish come true for Basti, Anna’s little brother. The only trouble is, her magic wand is broken! Luckily, Anna has an idea. Basti is quite astonished when he suddenly spies a little fairy on board his pirate ship and a storm begins to brew in his bedroom. Before they know what is happening, the three are all swept up in a wild pirate adventure … | 3 +

Funke, Cornelia (Author) Meyer, Kerstin (Illustrator)

Nothing to do day in and day out but look pretty and behave properly – that can get pretty boring after a while. It really isn’t all that wonderful being a princess. At least, Isabella, the youngest of three sisters, had had enough of only ever running around in fine clothes with a crown on her head. How on earth can you climb a tree dressed like that! “Princesses do not climb trees!” fumed her father, the king. But that was just fuel to his youngest daughter’s fire. “No,” shouted Isabella, “princesses don’t do anything at all that’s any fun. They don’t even pick their noses!” At this, the king stamps his foot and commands that his daughter be taken to the kitchen to peel potatoes and chop onions. Isabella enjoys herself in the kitchen and when, after three days, she still hasn’t changed her mind, the king has her taken to the pigsty. Isabella likes it in the pigsty still better and even stays there overnight.
That was when the king realised he had lost. “Come back to the palace, daughter,” he sighed. “I miss you.” Isabella did him the favour and even put on her crown now and then. But sometimes she went off to sleep with the pigs again, too. | 4 +

Alves, Katja (Author) Kunkel, Daniela (Illustrator)

Oh, to be princess at last! That is Henriette’s dearest wish. Thanks to her vivid imagination, her wish actually comes true: her parents suddenly turn into servants and their home becomes a palace. It’s just a pity that real princesses aren’t allowed out to play. In that case, Henriette would rather be a perfectly ordinary little girl, after all – and in the wink of an eye, her parents are perfectly ordinary parents again, too.
"Henriette is (not) a Proper Princess" takes a different approach to the ever-popular subject of princesses and is beautifully illustrated with lots of bright, colourful pictures.

Full English translation available! | 3 +

Waldherr, Sarah Lilian (Author) Kopainski, Alexander (Illustrator)

Fana has been desperately unhappy since Kian, who she loves above all else, has gone over to her arch-enemy’s side. But there are more and more signs that seem to bear out her innermost feeling that something isn’t quite right about his sudden about-turn. Meanwhile, Kasim, the self-styled Jewel King, has captured the capital of Avestina. When he then declares war on the fairy kingdom and the sea people, it soon becomes clear that Fana is the only person with the knowledge to use the star diamond. Everyone is expecting her to do away with Kasim at last so that history cannot be repeated. But can she really kill in order to achieve this goal?

Love, friction and jealousy - plus a healthy portion of suspense, a relentless opponent and a dark secret - Volume 4 in the breathtaking fantasy saga for all Kerstin Gier fans. | 12 +

Breitenöder, Julia (Author) Walter, Naeko (Illustrator)

What’s the point of waiting for a charming prince to come and rescue you? None at all, as far as Princess Maya is concerned! Surely she can deal with that obnoxious band of robbers herself. And little fairy Hella also has a mind of her own and refuses to let a few big drops of rain spoil her fairy dance.
20 exciting stories, none of them more than three, five, or eight minutes long, for all girls who love pink but are wild at heart.

Over 45,000 copies of the previous volumes sold.
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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 +

Opel-Götz, Susann (Author) Opel-Götz, Susann (Illustrator)

Three big smackeroos for a frog! The funniest fairy-tale mix-up of all time
When the old king retires, he gives Princess Anna half of his kingdom. Why only half? Anna is used to getting only the best, only the biggest and most beautiful and now she is supposed to put up with only half a kingdom? The other half is to go to the hero who will rescue and marry her. But Anna doesn’t want a hero for one thing, and for another, she cannot find one! Neither pea soup nor dwarves nor kissing frogs can conjure up a hero. Then she comes upon Jacob, the puppeteer, in the middle of a field. Couldn’t he be a hero for Anna? A princess to steal any heart ! A truly beautiful picturebook with lots of humour – for the whole family. | 4 +

Michaelis, Antonia (Author) Carls, Claudia (Illustrator)

Antonia Michaelis knows what children dream of

“When the wind blows in from the North-east, the mill comes alive.” And that’s when adventure is on its way to Liv and her three sisters, and their home, the mill, becomes an enchanted place. One morning, the mill is a palace and the girls are princesses. But then Princess Jorunn is kidnapped! Her sisters set out on a perilous search to find her. Their journey takes them along the banks of the torrential river to the castle, where the evil water troll lives. Now the girls have to muster all their courage and all their cleverness to free their sister.

Magical mix of fairy tale, adventure, nature, solidarity and a shudder

With picturesque illustrations by Claudia Carls, illustrator of The Bilberry House

The mill kids have what it takes to become a modern classic

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Herget, Gundula (Author) Kubalek, Kerstin (Illustrator)

With his long-legged servant and his tubby cook, King Beanie goes in search of the terribly tiny, but awfully angry Princess Rikiki. His subjects are highly amused to see them go, but along the way, the three demonstrate the advantages of their supposed shortcomings. And what about Prince Rikiki? She takes one look at her motley pursuers and bursts out laughing so heartily that King Beanie immediately falls in love with her. A magnificent wedding feast is arranged – and from then on, nobody is mocked any more!

A hilarious read-aloud book for heroes young and old.
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Michaelis, Antonia (Author) Bednarski, Laura (Illustrator)

Fearless princess rescues robber and fire-breathing dragon!

Princess Alva (who is not really a princess, but don’t tell anyone) rides to the forest in her unicorn-drawn coach, accompanied by her servants. When they are held up by a gang of robbers, the voice of the great fiery dragon terrifies all of them except Alva. The dragon wants to get rid of his cough, the robbers want to get rid of the dragon, their leader is in trouble, and Alva wants everyone including herself to be happy. So come to the forest and find out how Alva solves each and every problem, and how chocolate buttons can make all the difference.

- Strong girl character gives the lie to stereotypical perceptions of gender roles
- Antonia Michaelis uses a playful, childlike style of language in the telling of her highly imaginative story
- With cheerful illustrations by Laura Bednarski

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Rose, Barbara (Author) Ishida, Naeko (Illustrator)

More than 124,000 copies sold of The Fairy School!

Oh no! It’s the first day with her new teacher, and Rosalie manages to oversleep. To add insult to injury, she terrifies the teacher’s timid bat Lola as she clatters into the classroom. The young fairies search madly for the missing bat, to no avail. Then the teacher tells them Lola’s secret. Will Rosalie and her friends be able to find the little bat now? A magical, wintry world awaits young readers.

Young readers aged 5-10 will be enchanted by the magical world of young fairy Rosalie | 7 +

Livanios, Eleni (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

Lovely Rapunzel has been imprisoned in a roon at the top of a tower by a wicked sorceress. One day, a prince discovers the tower and climbs all the way up Rapunzel's long hair to the room where she is held. The two fall deeply in love with each other. But then the sorceress discovers the prince. Retold for children and colourfully illustrated by Eleni Livianos. | 3 +

Livanios, Eleni (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

"The good go into the pot, the bad go into your crop". The Grimms’ fairy tale about the girl whose wicked stepsisters made her do all the hard work and who ended up a prince’s bride has lost none of its original enchantment. | 3 +

Livanios, Eleni (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

Just because the nasty frog retrieved her golden ball from the well, it doesn’t mean she has to make him her friend, does it? The pretty princess simply will not accept this and leaves the “old water splasher” behind. But the frog follows her home and demands to be let into the castle. The princess is so cross that she flings the impudent creature against the wall. What a surprise she gets, when she suddenly finds a real prince standing in front of her! | 3 +

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

The little fairy makes her big entrance in the MAXI picture books! What’s up in the Enchanted Forest? A moment ago, there was the most beautiful sunshine; now it’s snowing and suddenly there’s a gale blowing. Well, that’s obvious: it’s Wild Weather Day. And, of course, Little Bear and Little Dragon immediately know what’s to be done.

Fantastic and even scientifically proven: Maluna is the favourite fairy of four- to nine-year-olds!
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Schulze, Marc-Alexander (Illustrator)

What happens when sweet porridge grows bigger and bigger? When Hansel and Gretel lose their way in the woods? Or Rumplestiltskin tries to claim the queen’s daughter? Of course, the children’s eyes grow large and round as they wait eagerly for the happy ending. This fascinating compendium of the wonderful stories collected by the Brothers Grimm will delight young and old with enchantingly beautiful pictures.

Affectionately illustrated compendium for all the family. Grimm’s original fairy tales, with a linen spine and bookmark ribbon.
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Kipling, Rudyard (Author) Baum, L. Frank (Author) Collodi, Carlo (Author) Hardt, Iris (Illustrator) Cordes, Miriam (Illustrator) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator) | further

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

The little fairy makes her big entrance in the MAXI picture books! Fairies and water don’t necessarily mix. But in the end, Maluna does take the plunge and lets her friend Nike, the mermaid from the lake in the Enchanted Forest, teach her to swim. Will she succeed?

Fantastic and even scientifically proven: Maluna is the favourite fairy of four- to nine-year-olds!
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Wolf, Florentine (Author) COMICON S.L., Barcelona (Illustrator)

Learn to read with the help of magical elves! Eyela and Feya discover a secret chamber inside the elfin palace, and there they happen upon a very old book of spells. The two elves are curious, of course, to see whether the spells work and actually try a few of them out. At first, all goes very well!
The pair let it rain roses and bathe the secret chamber in the most beautiful colours. But then the spells become more difficult – and the two young elves are normally only allowed to do magic under supervision. But Eyela is over-confident and casts a spell on some of the old, wise elves. Unfortunately for here, though, they know the spells in the book and are both astonished and angry. No one is permitted to enter the secret chamber and the book of spells was thought to have disappeared. Have Eyela and Feya uncovered an old secret belonging to the sun elves?
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Wolf, Florentine (Author) COMICON S.L., Barcelona (Illustrator)

Learn to read with the help of magical elves! Eyela is the daughter of the King of Bayala, the land of the elves. Feya is her best friend, and the pair always do everything together. But today they have argued and Feya has stayed behind in the palace gardens, sulking, while Eyela rides out alone across the land of the elves on Dolpo, her horse. No one has the time to accompany her, not even her twin sisters, Sera and Sura. Only Zarou, the flying squirrel flies along with her for part of the way. Then suddenly they catch sight of a group of elves performing tricks on their horses’ backs. They are rehearsing for the grand summer tournament! “Look, there’s Princess Eyela!” one elf shouts, as he somersaults into the air. Eyela is well known in the land of the elves and she’s an excellent rider. They let her rehearse with them. Then up comes Feya on her horse. She did follow Eyela, after all. And with her best friend, Eyela’s horseback tricks work even better! | 7 +

Wolf, Florentine (Author) COMICON S.L., Barcelona (Illustrator)

Enchanting! A princess and a mirror with magical powers in the land of the elves – that doesn’t just sound like something out of a fantastic fairy tale, it actually is! Exciting stories for best friends and all fans of foals, elves and rainbow unicorns, based on the popular series of Schleich ® figures.

A spectacular tournament is held in the land of the elves every summer. At last, Princess Eyela and her best friend, Feya, are old enough to take part. As a lucky charm, the princess has brought along her magic mirror, a precious memento of her parents. But then something awful happens during the tournament: Eyela tumbles off her horse and her magic mirror breaks. Then storm winds start raging across the land of the elves, over and over again, and curious things begin to happen. Are Eyela and her broken mirror to blame for these events?
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Livanios, Eleni (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

Punch and Joey have baked so many mince pies grandmother throws her hands up in desperation. Who on earth is going to eat all of these? She hits on the idea of holding a Christmas party and invites Judy, the little witch and even the policeman to come. But wherever can the little princess have got to? Punch himself invited her … A lovely story featuring the time-honoured Punch and Judy characters. | 3 +

Maar, Paul (Author) Dalianis, Panajotis (Illustrator)

Typical of Paul Maar: weird, whacky and sure to raise a smile.

A dwarf who moves out of his organic waste bin and into Mr Mockinpot’s cosy flat? A talking vase that could make wishes come true if only it would listen properly? A queen who leaves her reading glasses on the royal lavatory?
Paul Maar’s power of imagination and his special way with words lend wings to classic fairy-tale motifs.

All the stories are wonderfully uneducational and ideal for reading aloud to the whole family.
Typical of Paul Maar: telling texts with a hint of mischief
Fairy tales with a comic twist

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Wolf, Florentine (Author) COMICON S.L., Barcelona (Illustrator)

Enchanting! A princess and a magical jewel in the land of the elves – that doesn’t just sound like something out of a fantastic fairy tale, it actually is! Exciting stories for best friends and all fans of foals, elves and rainbow unicorns, based on the popular series of Schleich ® figures.

Elf princess Eyela used to own one of the five magic mirrors of the land of the elves. But the mirror broke when she tumbled from her horse during the grand summer tournament. Since then, disaster has befallen the land of the elves. Leonora the magician sends Eyela and her best friend, Feya, to Oracle Mountain, where they are to find a magic jewel that will replace the mirror and restore peace to the country.

Due for release in spring 2018: bayala® New Adventures in The Land of the Elves.
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Rose, Barbara (Author) Ishida, Naeko (Illustrator)

Off to the Rumbling Rocks! A new adventure with Rosalie, Nikki and Yokkel.

Rosalie and her friends Nikki and Yokkel set off for the Rumbling Rocks to search for the magical sparkstone that they need to light the fire in the fireplace room. But that’s easier said than done, as it turns out. Then, on the way back to Blossomwood School, they get caught in the clutches of Creakywart, the goblin. Can Yokkel set them free?

Author Barbara Rose has created a wonderful adventure with the lovable fairy Rosalie, just the thing for amazing girls aged 6 and over.

The series has sold over 75,000 copies!
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Hammerle, Nina (Author) Hammerle, Nina (Illustrator)

Lumi is a fairy. And the thing about fairies is that they want to work magic. But Erna the hen, who is teaching Lumi all her fairy spells, is keeping a close watch on her little bag of fairy dust. Lumi is not allowed to use that until she is big enough. One day, Lumi runs out of patience and simply has to try out some of the fairy dust, just a tiny, weeny little bit …

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Livanios, Eleni (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

Eleni Zabini retells the Brothers Grimm’s famous fairy tale in a gently modernised version and style appropriate for children. She changes the emphasis slightly to make Sleeping Beauty a character little girls can still identify with today. | 3 +

Richert, Katja (Author) Hänsch, Lisa (Illustrator)

What are you going to read to me tonight? Spin the wheel! Bedtime is even more fun with this read-aloud book containing 20 goodnight stories to choose from. Just flick the pointer on the cover of the book, look for the small picture it stops at in the list of contents and read the corresponding story. Sweet dreams guaranteed!

The perfect book for a new goodnight ritual: 20 popular subjects, including princesses, pirates, animals and knights, plus a pointer on the cover for story-time fun and games!
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Rose, Barbara (Author) Ishida, Naeko (Illustrator)

Fairy dust and adventure! Rosalie and Nikki are really excited. They have been selected to pick the magical sproodlecabbage that grows on the banks of mysterious Lake Murgle. They have only just arrived when they come face to face with Murxi, a scary lake monster whose roar makes them tremble with fear. But then Rosalie discovers why Murxi is yelling so loudly – he has toothache. One of his molars is driving him mad. Once the two fairy girls have taken care of his toothache, Murxi is so thankful he invites them into the magical underwater world of his lake. An absolutely unforgettable experience!

That’s how beautiful fairy adventures can be: with gorgeous, wonderfully detailed, colour illustrations.
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Munck, Hedwig (Author) Munck, Hedwig (Illustrator)

The Little King and his friends want to put on a play. Everyone is busy helping to prepare for their performance – and at last it’s time for the curtain to go up. The Little King boldly goes into action and parts the hedge of thorns with his sword. Behind the hedge lies the Little Princess, er no, Sleeping Beauty – fast asleep. What now? The Little King stands there undecided. The Little Princess purses her lips impatiently – the Little King is supposed to kiss her awake! But the Little King isn’t at all happy with this particular direction… | 3 +

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

The little fairy makes her big entrance in the MAXI picture books! It’s full moon in the Enchanted Forest and Maluna is incredibly happy! That’s because her wolf always pays her a visit at full moon. Then the pair tell each other the most wonderful stories for as long as the moon shines down on them!

Fantastic and even scientifically proven: Maluna is the favourite fairy of four- to nine-year-olds!
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