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

What, go to bed without Bunny? Never! Ricky searches high and low for his cuddly toy.
Because Mummy really loves bright colours, Ricky paints the wallpaper – and Mummy is delighted! When they go shopping together, Ricky is allowed to use the vegetable scales and he can only get off to sleep with his cuddly toy, Bunny. But where on earth can Bunny have got to? Ricky begins a search.

Three picture stories in one book: Ricky Racoon paints a picture, Ricky Racoon goes shopping, Ricky Racoon says goodnight - with fold-out page.
| 24 months +

Benkau, Jennifer (Author) Gorelik, Lena (Author) Heitmann, Tanja (Author) Olshan, Ruth (Author) Schoder, Sabine (Author) Stein, Maike (Author) Weber, Anke (Author) Zipse, Katrin (Author) | further

What remains when love is gone. Eight last messages from people who were loved and the stories of how each of these final messages came about. Eight female authors give youthful melancholy a voice and write of love in its most diverse forms: of love so intense it takes your breath away; of love so painful it tears you apart; of forbidden love and unfulfilled love. In the end, the question that remains is always the same: What if …?”

A modern take on the timeless subject of love, passionately told by bold new voices from the young adult book scene.
| 13 +

Boie, Kirsten (Author) Timm, Jutta (Illustrator)

Always being good is boring. That’s why the little fairy decides to become a bad fairy instead of a good one. But there comes a time when you can even be fed up with being bad …
Is this a fairy tale – or perhaps a true story, after all?
Once upon a time there was a fairy who lived in the big wood just behind the motorway, not very far from the city. She had already brought up lots of fairy children, but none of them had ever been as stubborn as the little fairy. “No!” said the little fairy when Mummy fairy gave her a kiss on the forehead to wake her up and “No!” said the little fairy when she was told to clean her wings and her magic wand. “It’s hard to believe you want to grow up to be a good fairy,” said Mummy fairy.
But the little fairy didn’t want to be a good fairy any more. If bad fairies never have to clean their wings and their magic wand, then she definitely wanted to be a bad fairy. And so she started being one straight away and did a spell to put the deer family up a tree, turned the rabbit family into frogs and put the racoon family to sleep for a hundred years. Unfortunately, she lost her magic wand while she was doing all of this, so now, of course, she really has had more than enough of being bad. A new picture book based on the children’s TV programme “Siebenstein”. | 4 +

Steffan, Philipp (Author) Morfeld, Caroline (Author) Gralke, Tobias (Author)

Recognising right-wing language patterns: the highly topical follow-up to "Say Something!".

Why is language so important? Because HOW we say something is fundamentally linked to WHAT we say. In this new volume, the activist organisation “Tadel verpflichtet! e.V.” exposes right-wing populist language and the world view behind it. Practical examples help the reader to judge difficult situations accurately, and to counter them politely but radically.

Clear Message: Speak out against right-wing extremism!

More than 25.000 copies of "Say Something!" sold! | 12 +