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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 +

Maar, Paul (Author) Ballhaus, Verena (Illustrator)

For fans, connoisseurs and the inquisitive: a journey of discovery through the works of Paul Maar
From Summelsarium (Potch-Hotch) to the Sat, from Kikerikiste (Cockadoodlebox) to the Little Kangaroo – this big Paul Maar book takes you on a fascinating journey through the complete works of the famous children’s author. Excerpts from his novels for children and young people, short stories, picture puzzles and a host of poems and rhymes from the man who loves to turn words upside down and invent stories give a broad impression of the work of the author who won numerous awards. They’re also a treasure trove of wish spots for the entire family!
Extracts from all novels and stories, poems, rhymes and much, much more, with lots of colour illustrations by Verena Ballhaus. | 8 +

Maar, Paul (Author) Bofinger, Manfred (Illustrator)

It all started when Claudia found an egg in the garden. It was sky-blue and about as big as a car tyre. She obviously couldn’t just leave it where it was. After all, there might be a dinosaur in it, or a crocodile. If Claudia had guessed that the egg contained a letter-eater, she would certainly have stayed well away from it. | 8 +

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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Maar, Paul (Author) Dulleck, Nina (Illustrator)

Paul Maar's Classic - with modern, new illustrations

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 +

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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