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Zöller, Elisabeth (Author) Kolloch, Brigitte (Author) Czerwenka, Eva (Illustrator) Cordes, Miriam (Illustrator) Reckers, Sandra (Illustrator) Wechdorn, Susanne (Illustrator) | further

A book about learning to say “No”, being brave and getting along with others
Being able to express your feelings, admitting that you are frightened and learning to stick to your own opinions – these are all part of growing up and make children self-confident people; people who help and accept help from others, who have the courage to apologize if they have hurt someone, and who can say: Come on, let’s be friends again! These stories show how children can learn to be strong.

Great read-aloud stories about the important subjects of self-confidence, dealing with feelings, fighting and making up again. For children of 4 and over.
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    von Vogel, Maja (Author) Schulte, Tina (Illustrator)

    The little mermaid Mimi shows courage when she rescues her friends from the mean cuttlefish. And Emma is a great character, too. When a bigger boy bullies Max, Emma stands up for him. That’s because true friends always help each other! And Ida musters all her courage when she gets lost – and finds that asking the way is not so difficult, after all. Set in a world seen through the eyes of four-year-olds; these stories come with wonderful, light-hearted illustrations. | 4 +

      Wich, Henriette (Author) Grote, Anja (Illustrator)

      How do you explain to very young children where they come from; the difference between boys and girls; why there are different kinds of love; how babies are born, and why some children have two mummies or two daddies? The best way to do it is with these entertaining, modern and sensitive stories suitable for young children.

      This book contains age-appropriate sex education stories to read aloud. Sensitively and clearly illustrated, it also includes modern aspects, such as intersexuality and gay marriage.

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        Grimm, Sandra (Author) Oertel, Katrin (Illustrator)

        Go on, have a go! Don’t be afraid, give it a try! Sharing these ten stories about young heroes and their great deeds, especially with all the many activity suggestions they contain, the young listeners immediately want to have a go at something they have always wanted to do but never dared to. A book full of discoveries to be made, stories to tell and things to do.

        Give it a try! Stories all about courage, with many creative suggestions for games, handicrafts and joining in.
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          Schmitt, Petra Maria (Author) Dreller, Christian (Author) Vogel, Heike (Illustrator)

          Celebrating the 10th anniversary of our popular Question Book series

          Why don't sharks have to go to the dentist? Why don't penguins get cold feet? Where is the wind, when it's not blowing? Children are never shy about asking questions. Adults, however, are not always quite so forthcoming with the answers – not least as they don't always know them! However, these clever and amusing stories will help to plug the gaps. | 5 +

            Schaudinn, Jasmin (Author) Hardt, Iris (Illustrator)

            Our America Across the Way

            Six-year-old Edda lives in Moss Lane, and she and her friends’ favourite place to play is “America”, the overgrown plot of land on the other side of the road. But then builders come along and put up a house there, of all places. Of course, Edda is definitely going to hate the new people for ever! It’s just too bad that she and the boy who moves into the new house get on like a house on fire from the word go.

            A great book for reading aloud, with depth and humour

            Like a best friend: a delightfully genuine narrator

            For everyone who loves feel-good stories like “Sommerby”.

            BÜCHER magazine awarded "Edda of Moss Lane" their “Grandios” seal of approval!
            “Marvellous, the way Jasmin Schaudinn inhabits the emotional world of the first-person narrator. The author knows exactly what goes on in the minds of six-year-olds… a terrific debut that leaves you wanting more! Edda conquers the hearts of her readers!“ | 6 +

              Ottermann, Doro (Author)

              Carry on, girls! Creativity, not clichés: new ideas à la Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls and The Girls’ Book

              Inquisitive girls become strong women. That being the case: go for it, wild girls! Here, you’ll find fun suggestions, motivating thought experiments, and amusing techno tricks. There are no pink and princessy clichés here: this is for real, tough girls. As always, it’s easy to put the ideas into practice by “using what you can find in the kitchen cupboard”. An innovative interactive book which will unleash your creative energy: fun and success guaranteed!


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                Ambach, Jule (Author) Paehl, Nora (Illustrator)

                A Book Says More Than a Thousand Compliments

                A tale to warm any heart: the perfect present!

                On-trend hand-lettered typography

                It’s a day full of wonderful adventures for the lively little otter and his big, cuddly friend. When evening falls, they ask one another why today was so extra-specially, heart-warmingly lovely. The answer trips straight off the otter’s tongue: because they spent it together. “You know what?” says the big otter to the little otter, who has snuggled up to him and is looking up at his friend with his great big eyes, “You are my biggest delight!” | 5 +

                  Ottermann, Doro (Author) Ottermann, Doro (Illustrator)

                  Plucky girls step up: Have you ever made a secret compartment? Built a paper explosion? Trained a fly?
                  These and many other crazy, creative ideas await you in this wonderful activity book that’s anything but pink and shy and is crammed to the rafters with fascinating things. Go on, have fun, have a go and give yourself a medal – because you’re great!

                  - An unconventional book for girls along the lines of “Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls“ and “The Girls' Book”
                  - Cliché-free, creative ideas for girls who can be anything they want
                  - Lavishly illustrated, with a hard cover and a rubber band
                  - Doro Ottermann’s “Get-up-from-the-sofa-and-do-something!” diaries have sold over 200,000 copies. | 8 +

                    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 +

                      Wockenfuß, Benjamin (Author) Messing, Stefanie (Illustrator)

                      Monday morning at Lotta’s house: everyone is dawdling around. Daddy has to urgently answer some emails so he hands his smartphone to Lotta and her little brother Lukas to keep them quiet. They become so absorbed in the digital world that not even Klicks the family dog can get their attention. They’re all so busy with their home office and smartphone that they lose track of time. All except Klicks. But just in the nick of time they finally set off for nursery school, and that’s when it happens: Klick goes missing! What can they do to find their dog? Lotta is heartbroken. Can an app on Daddy’s phone help or is some other strategy called for here?

                      How to teach media skills to children – without turning it into a lesson

                      The author Benjamin Wockenfuß is a social media manager and addiction therapist who also runs the project DigiKids for the Hessian state office for addiction issues, which is sponsored by the TK health insurance fund. It supports the idea that digital media belongs to the world in which our children live and that it is not a question of either/or but rather the need to recognise that digital and analogue are both part of the same interactive process.
                      A story that triggers the imagination and shows that Lotta has fun learning to look beyond the edge of her father’s smartphone screen.

                      With an introduction by the author, actor, blogger and Grimme Award winner Schlecky Silberstein.

                      The DigiKids Project:
                      DigiKids is a media competence project that can be implemented from kindergarten onwards and was first introduced in 2017. The aim is to give children confidence in dealing with digital environments instead of being dominated by them. At the same time, DigiKids seeks to retain the children’s connection to the analogue world by strengthening it and developing it further. The project also aims at involving parents and teachers in the process and provides them with support training.
                      The TK health insurance fund Techniker Krankenkasse at present supports pilot projects in Hesse.
                      Further information at www.DigiKids.online
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                        Schütze, Andrea (Author) Kraus, Tina (Illustrator)

                        Maluna makes you brave!

                        The folks of the Enchanted Forest are rarely among the winners in the annual talent contest. Nor would that really matter if it weren’t for the fact that the prize is a Whirlyfast - a real roundabout!! One day, Maluna sees the young catfish dancing and is so moved by the sight that she encourages him to enter the contest.

                        Maluna is fun to read and helps to build self-confidence and courage in any situation | 4 +

                          Weger, Nina (Author) Dulleck, Nina (Illustrator)

                          Snowed in at Christmas. A case for Nina Weger’s popular Heroines Club!

                          The Matilda Imperatrix boarding school is in Christmas mood! It’s swathed in a glittering blanket of snow, and the schoolgirls simply can’t wait for the holidays to begin. Every day, the little school bus drives down into the valley so that the Matildas can travel from there to their homes all around the planet. But then the snow just keeps on falling, leaving the boarding school cut off from the outside world – and one of the buses doesn’t even make it as far as the village! A daring rescue begins – and whether or not our three heroines will be able to spend Christmas Eve at home with their families remains to be seen.

                          -\x09Bestseller: some 45,000 books in the series sold (February 2019) | 9 +