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Schreiber, Chantal (Author) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator)

The Only Thing Worse Than Unicorns? Twonicorns!
Volume 2 of the fast-paced read-aloud best seller – Kurt defies all unicorn clichés!
Read-aloud enjoyment for children and adults alike

Too much unicorning! After freeing the Princess, Kurt wants a bit of peace and quiet. However, Trill’s little brother and the other animals are still imprisoned, so his hopes of having a rest are dashed. What follows is a horn-ruffling adventure in which Kurt only just manages to escape from the clutches of a love-struck pig with its sights set on the unicorn – and then a Twonicorn appears on the scene and even more chaos ensues. Of course, everyone lives happily ever after, and all the animals are freed. In Volume 2 of her series about the grumpy unicorn Kurt, Chantal Schreiber has again created a fast-paced read-aloud treat. | 5 +

    Westhoff, Angie (Author) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator)

    Which of us doesn’t know the story of Mowgli, the “man-cub” who grows up with a pack of wolves. His best friends are Baloo, the bear, and Bagheera, the panther. Together they protect the boy from Shir Khan, the scheming tiger. Rudyard Kipling’s classic is retold here for children of four and over and richly illustrated with wonderful, atmospheric pictures. | 4 +

      Grimm, Sandra (Author) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator)

      Jump straight into the story!
      Where would you hide a treasure? Can you spot Roberta’s magic wand? Sing along nice and softly, that will do the poor monster good! This book has these and lots of other interactive ideas for the children. There are stories about little dragons, scatterbrained witches and much more besides. The reader can pick the activity he or she feels is suitable for the child. But each of the stories is naturally plenty of fun even without this added extra.
      A storybook with a clear, self-explanatory concept and tips for reading aloud that will have children joining in, listening and laughing.
      | 4 +

        Westhoff, Angie (Author) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator)

        Who helps the poor and brings justice to Sherwood Forest? Robin Hood, of course – every child knows that! But because the original text of the classic tale is too difficult for four- and five-year-olds, this book retells the exciting story of Robin Hood in age-appropriate language and with a hint of mischief. The book comes with a host of atmospheric and amusing illustrations. | 4 +

          Richert, Katja (Author) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator)

          Once upon a time … fairy-tale hilarious!

          Here’s a book to make you laugh your crown off! In this popular activity and read-aloud series, children can guess, search and be creative when they encounter dragons spewing soap bubbles, students of magic banned from performing spells, and lookalike princes, who would rather play tricks on the whole court than save a princess. A kingdom for one more story.

          This book is for children who love fairy tales retold in modern style, with 10 fairy-tale stories for activities and having fun, full of ideas and stimulating suggestions for craftwork and games.
          | 4 +

            Schreiber, Chantal (Author) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator)

            The unicorn craze? Totally pathetic! says Kurt.

            A pesky bird, a princess who beats up the prince and Kurt, an unwilling unicorn who thinks, sparkly pink stars and rose-scented farts are totally pathetic – it’s enough to make you weep. But what’s the good of complaining? With a little help from Trill the bird and the ninja goldfish, unicorn Kurt will rescue kidnapped Prince Flea in the end, pink fur or none.

            “Kurt is one thing above all else: amazingly funny! At last, here we have a different kind of story about unicorns and princesses. That Kurt is anything but your typical unicorn and that he finds everything a unicorn normally represents incredibly annoying, is the theme that runs right through the book and keeps the laughs coming right to the end.” - Buchkinderblog.de

            - Full English translation available!
            - An unwilling, guaranteed cliché-free unicorn
            - Ironic, amusing story time fun even grown-ups will love to read
            - Hilariously illustrated by Stephan Pricken | 5 +

              Kipling, Rudyard (Author) Baum, L. Frank (Author) Collodi, Carlo (Author) Hardt, Iris (Illustrator) Cordes, Miriam (Illustrator) Pricken, Stephan (Illustrator) | further

              | 5 +

                Stephan Pricken
                Stephan Pricken, geboren 1972, studierte zunächst Grundschullehramt, dann Design mit dem Schwerpunkt Illustration. Seit 2004 ist er freier Illustrator in der Ateliergemeinschaft Hafenstraße.