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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 +

Bullen, Sonja (Author) Hauptmann, David B. (Illustrator)

Abroad, bewildered, besotted!

Tamara is lovesick – but what a time to fall for someone, just when the summer holidays are about to begin! Then her Granny gives her a language course in Stockholm! To start with, Tamara isn’t keen on the idea - what’s the point of learning Swedish, after all? A language course in London would have been much cooler! But then Tamara meets Jesper, the Swede, who’s a great joker, and Marco, the good-looking Italian. And suddenly being able to say »Jag älskar dig« – or perhaps better »Ti amo« is not so bad, after all.
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Hasselbusch, Birgit (Author)

Ex Trouble, Tactics, Triumph
Everything's going wrong for 13-year-old Pia just now. Not only has Nick, her boyfriend, finished with her, but her father has just fallen head over heels in love! And before she knows it, Dad's new flame is moving in and bringing Philip, her son, with her. Pia immediately writes off the unwanted addition to the family as a complete idiot, of course. But when Pia ends up in her school’s musical project group with Philipp and Nick, she suddenly discovers that having a new brother can be quite practical. Because with Philipp, who's in the year above her, she can make Nick really jealous…
Full of situation comedy and witty repartee, Birgit Hasselbusch’s novel is all about first-time romance and heartache – and why it is always good to have an ace up your sleeve if you want to win the Jack of Hearts.
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