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The little buffalo is getting smellier all the time, but he doesn’t care – you see, water isn’t his thing. It’s only when his friends start running away from him instead of playing with him that the stinky little buffalo finally accepts that it is perhaps time for him to take a bath, after all!
Amusing rhymes by popular author Susanne Weber
Fresh illustrations from newcomer Lisa Rammensee
Bathtime, an everyday topic delightfully packaged for tiny tots | 24 months +
Paul Maar exceeds himself in this beautiful compendium and uses the full spectrum of his many talents. Delightfully witty poems, nonsense rhymes, interactive ideas, tantalising tongue twisters and charming stories about the Little Kangaroo provide ample reading material for an entire year. All of the texts centre on animals, a favourite topic with children, and are beautifully illustrated by Nina Dulleck – a truly gorgeous book for children of 6 and over and their parents!
| 6 +
Warm, encouraging message: You’re great just the way you are! | 24 months +
A captivating picture book by Walter Trier and Harry Rowohlt. Clever dolphins, a gigantic whale and a flying fish: the Pekinese enjoying a trip on a steamer is as cool as a cucumber and not easy to impress. But when the seahorse invites him to visit his paddock, Jim Jellyfish starts flirting and the octopus dances a two-step, there’s no stopping the fun on this uproarious steamer trip!
Walter Trier’s illustrations date from the 1940s and only came to light in 2005 when they were unexpectedly discovered among the late Erich Kästner’s effects. Coupled with the virtuosic verses of Harry Rowohlt, they have now been made into a complete picture book for the first time. | 12 months +
A touching discovery story for very young pony fans by star illustrator Nina Dulleck.
| 24 months +
There are five little mice hidden in the little house. Wherever can they be? Is there a little mouse hidden in the umbrella? No, that's just a frog. Or perhaps behind the coat? Yes, there’s a mouse there. The children look for the little mice behind the many flaps all over the house and find one of the little mice on every page.
A fine way to learn how to look for things and also how to count! With amusing rhymes to join in with, first counting exercises and illustrations full of details to spot.
| 24 months +
Where would the Pocketbeer Family be without the Sat? Mr Pocketbeer has become as fond of the small creature with the trunk-like snout as if he were his own child. But one day the Sat disappears. To its own horror, he must return to the Sat world at the end of 15 years, 15 days and 5 minutes – because otherwise the human being he is living with would become a Sat himself. Mr Pocketbeer is already showing the first signs… Is he really turning into a Sat? And will the real Sat have to leave his dad? A wondrous tear leads to a surprising solution…
Fast-moving, turbulent and full of imaginative ideas – one of the very best Sat stories! For the first time featuring colour illustrations inside.
Total circulation of all Sat books: 4.6 million copies! | 7 +
An interactive goodnight book for little light-switch fans with a loveable main character and child-appropriate rhymes.
Interactive goodnight book for little light-switch fans
Clever concept, loveable main character, child-appropriate rhymes
| 24 months +
"Christmas Eve and it’s nearly eight o’clock. The woods lie silent. Snowflakes drift gently down..." The big bear lumbers through the glistening white winter woods. He meets the stag, the pig and the rabbit – together they knock at the door of the cosy house the children can see at the edge of the special contoured pages: This is where forester Klaus lives! What a good thing all the animals have brought something with them. Now they can celebrate Christmas together!
Atmospheric pictures and special contoured pages are lots of fun and full of surprises. Delightful rhymes for guessing and joining in.
| 24 months +
Then come along to nursery school instead!
Every morning at nursery school, Paul the little hare meets his friends, where they start the day with a merry song. After gym today, Mrs Lisa has a surprise for the children: painting eggs. But whatever has happened to Paul’s egg?
•\x09Charming, nostalgic, colourful illustrations
•\x09Cute rhymes for joining in
| 24 months +
The little pig is tired of being all on his own so he packs his things and sets out into the world to find himself a friend. Sadly, his first attempts with a chicken and a beaver are unsuccessful, but then the pig meets the little mouse and the pair end up romping and playing and the pig brushes the mouse’s fur while the mouse brushes the pig’s bristles. That’s how happy you can be if you have a friend!
A heart-warming story about friendship with charming rhymes to repeat and delightful pictures!
| 24 months +
At Christmas, everyone comes together, and the little piglet, the big, fat bear and lots of other funny animals have a big party. First they decorate a tree and then they guzzle gorgeous food, sing and dance. Hurray! Christmas is simply wonderful!
A heart-warming story of Christmas and best friends with festive rhymes and charming illustrations!
| 12 months +
The Sat gives Mr Pocketbeer a very precious present for his birthday: a very last wish dot. But what does Mr Pocketbeer go and do with it? He makes a wish for the wrong thing, of course - namely, a Sat for his pesky neighbour, Mrs Redcabbage. And straight away, there’s a second Sat sitting at their dining table! It is scarily well behaved, but it poses a huge challenge for the Pocketbeer Sat!
At last: a Sat read-aloud book by Paul Maar, written especially for younger children! Perfect preparation for the iconic Sat books and super for reading aloud! | 7 +
It’s desperate. It can’t wait!
But will it manage to find a loo
In time, or will it be too late?
A humorous tale about every travelling parent’s nightmare.
From the best-selling duo who created The Little Owl
| 18 months +
Hooray, the Sat is back! The sixth adventure about blue dots that make wishes come true is here and Martin Pocketbeer is delighted that the Sat is back again at last. Perhaps he can even lend a hand to get rid of Uncle Alvin from Australia, who has taken up residence with the Pocketbeers and is driving everyone bonkers. He could simply wish him away! But sadly the wish dots are still on the face of Mr Daume, the mean old sports teacher, and he seems to have disappeared off the face of the earth. And that is not the only problem Martin and his friends have to contend with – Uncle Alvin is also good for the odd surprise! | 7 +
It’s bath day at the owls’ house, but Little Owl doesn’t want to know. Mummy Owl offers her heaps of fluffy bubble bath and a yellow rubber duck, but nothing will tempt her into the water. Little Owl simply refuses to hop into the bath. Then mummy has a brilliant idea…
This Little Owl story by author duo Susanne Weber and Tanja Jacobs makes bathtime a delight for every child. | 0 +
Pia likes pineapple. Laurence loves croissants. And Jeanette adores baguette. Every child likes something different and that sparks an acrobatic word journey across the well-stocked breakfast table – at last, children can play games with food and paint pictures with sounds to their heart’s content.
Breakfast is ready! Fun and games with words at the table. Innovative, surprising and creative. Encourages children to come up with their own ideas. Short one-liners and amusing pictures invite young children, who all love silly games, to join in and think up their own rhymes.
| 4 +
This year, the little Easter bunnies are determined to help with the Easter preparations, so they are all busily painting eggs. Early in the morning, the bunnies set out to hide their tasty artworks and hop merrily around the gardens. And when they are tired out from all the work and ready to fall into their cots, they find a sweet surprise waiting for them on their pillows: seven brightly coloured Easter eggs!
Delightful rhymes set the mood for Easter | 18 months +
Even those that are very small.
But none of them’s as tall by half
As the tree-top touching, giant giraffe.
What about you? Are you as tall as a mouse, or a sheep, or a bear?
The concertina growth chart will tell you, and it will go on telling you until you are fully grown. | 18 months +
Take a look in the mirror: What have you got there in the middle of your face? What colour are your eyes? And what can you do with your nose, hands and feet? This fascinating body book invites children to learn about themselves and to name the different parts of the body. Who can find out what they are used for? Hopping, smelling, holding, washing and lots more besides!
With a real mirror – a big body book for self-discoverers!
| 24 months +
What Did The Little Fox Hear? is now available with real sounds – six different animal sounds to be exact, for an experience with all the senses.
| 24 months +
Achoo! Oh no - the little bunnies are all ill. One after another, they come running to Mummy and Daddy with runny noses, sore throats, a nasty bump, tummy ache and a scratch. Mummy and Daddy really have their hands full because while they are busy comforting and taking care of one child, along comes the next unhappy bunny. Finally, all the little bunnies have been looked after and are happily tucked up in bed. But what’s wrong with Matti? His cheeks are all red! Oh, he’s got a tooth coming through… that must be it.
Important topics: Being ill, Getting well + Comforting | 24 months +
A shared experience of the birth of Jesus seen from the animals’ perspective
Rhyming text entertains and makes reading easier for beginning readers. | 6 +
The perfect good night storybook for mothers and children
Who’s got the nicest mum in the world? Is it the squirrel whose mummy rocks him in her arms? Or the polar bear whose mummy makes him hot tea? Or perhaps the little fox whose mummy kisses away the pain when he hurts himself. All of the baby animals really have the nicest mummy, just like the little girl at the end of the book whose mummy tucks her in and says good night!
•\x09Affectionate rhymes, lovely pictures
•\x09A book that also makes an ideal gift!
| 24 months +
What a pesky horn! The narwhal never knows where to put it when he wants to cuddle. But then he realises that the other animals have difficulties of their own. The octopus has so many arms he almost ends up in a knot. The sea urchin doesn’t want to prick anyone, and the seashells don’t have any arms to hug anyone with in the first place. But in spite of all the obstacles, each animal has its own, affectionate way of snuggling and cuddling. And so the little narwhal also comes up with a wonderful solution.
Watch out lama, sloth and flamingo! It’s simply impossible not to love the little Narwhal! | 18 months +