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Mummy, Daddy, Louise and Ruben had been going to go to Spain for their holidays. Louise and Ruben were already looking forward to it like mad. But then their mummy suddenly has to go into hospital because the doctor has discovered a lump in her breast. Then Louise catches the word “cancer” for the first time. That scares her. Wasn’t that what her best friend Becky’s grandma died of? But the adults calm her fears. Everything will be all right, we just have to be patient. And funnily enough, the holidays turn out to be really nice because Grandma comes to look after Louise, Ruben and Daddy – and Janni, an old friend of Mummy’s comes, too. And anyway, Mummy gets a little bit better every day. Soon she’ll be home again and then everything will be the same as it always was. And it is, at least to begin with.
But then Mummy has to lie down more and more often because she is so tired and one day she has to go back to hospital. The cancer is now in so many parts of her body that they can’t remove it in an operation. When none of the treatment works, Mummy goes into a special clinic where you can only visit her once a week. Now, for the first time, it occurs to Louise that Mummy might die, and Mummy promises to give Louise a sign when the time comes – so they can say goodbye. Then Mummy leaves the clinic, against Daddy’s will. She says she can be ill just as well at home. Louise and Ruben are happy and, strange as it may sound, this time, in which Mummy gradually gets more and more ill, is the best they’ve had together.
In the end Mummy has to go back to hospital but she keeps her word and gives Louise a sign. She tells her that people turn into stars when they are dead. Of course, Louise knows stars are really small planets with the sun’s rays shining on them. On the other hand, though, people still don’t know everything about the universe yet. So perhaps Mummy really is a star now, shining down on her and Ruben and Daddy, and because she’s a star, she’ll always be with them, after all? A Star Called Mummy | 10 +
Now the time spent waiting for Christmas will simply fly because in this read-aloud book, a cuddly post bear, a clumsy angel and wild sleigh rides make for loads of variety. And for everyone who cannot get enough of reading together, there are amusing questions, plenty of pictures and little suggestions for games, all of which encourage children to tell stories, make discoveries and generally join in.
10 complete join-in-stories
With tips for reading, games and being creative
| 4 +
The fourth volume in the successful Read Aloud/Activity series, beautifully atmospherically illustrated by Joëlle Tourlonias.
| 4 +
Lottie can’t get to sleep. There are far too many noises keeping her awake in the darkness. Luckily, she’s being allowed to help nice Mrs Nightblue to paint the sky dark tonight. Through the wonder skylights, she can see Madam Cassiopeia loudly banging her spoon as she heats milk for the Milky Way and the Little Dog yelping as he plays tag with the Hare. So that’s where all the noises come from! Now Lottie can finally relax and drift off to sleep. Discover the different constellations with Mummy and Daddy in an imaginative story with beautiful illustrations.
A goodnight story full of poetry.
New: Astronomy for the very young.
| 4 +
The perfect goodnight story \x1A
| 24 months +
Volume 3 of the Star Diamond series – absolutely gripping, romantic, and magical.
| 12 +
Volume 2 of the Star Diamond Series - captivating, funny, and as mysterious as the Sea of Merinea. | 12 +
Love, friction and jealousy - plus a healthy portion of suspense, a relentless opponent and a dark secret - Volume 4 in the breathtaking fantasy saga for all Kerstin Gier fans. | 12 +
Whatever’s got into Fana? Suddenly she’s hiccupping butterflies and now she’s turned herself into a live piglet! The truth is that Fana isn’t a human being at all, but a magical Aurion, whose powers of enchantment are now beginning to show. And that is by no means the only thing turning her life completely upside down. What secrets does the floating school ship Simalia hold? And what does it have to do with the mysterious jewel king? Before Fana knows it, she finds herself back in the maelstrom of old legends that are more connected with her than she would ever have thought possible.
Sarah Lilian Waldherr’s fantastic debut - brimming with humour, magic and absurd complications.
| 12 +
Ten-year-old Stella lives above an old costume rental shop with her father, her brother, her grandpa and her dog, Jupiter. After witnessing a glorious shower of shooting stars, Stella meets a strange girl in the garden in the middle of the night. Although Vega is a little odd, she and Stella quickly become friends. But Vega claims to be a shooting star. Can that really be true? And can Vega also make wishes come true? For Stella’s family have plenty of wishes!
Author Katja Frixe and illustrator Erica-Jane Waters take their readers on an enchanting journey. A book for children of 8 and over, full of humour, magic and friendship.
| 8 +
- Book 2 in the glittering series about Vega, Stella and cherished wishes
- Colourful, fanciful illustrations by Erica-Jane Waters | 8 +
A star is shining brightly up in the sky! What lies beneath it? Fold-out page after fold-out page, the children accompany the three kings, a family, a young couple, and sheep and their shepherds on their way to the manger, where Mary and Joseph laid their little baby. A transparent picture is integrated into the last page of the book so that an illuminated Christmas crib becomes visible when it is held in front of a light. That makes this very special Christmas book featuring gorgeous pictures, delightful rhymes, windows to open and a multipanel gatefold a picture book and Christmas crib all rolled into one.
| 24 months +
Sofie und Lasse are beside themselves with excitement: Kindergarten is preparing for the Lantern Festival! The children are all making multicoloured lanterns and singing happy St Martin’s Day songs. Evening finally arrives, and the procession begins. The lanterns glow so beautifully in the darkness. And sweet pretzels await them when they return. | 24 months +
»To the beautiful stars in the sky is where I want to fly.« The little owl loves the way the stars twinkle high up in the night sky. But how can she possibly reach them? The answer is clear - it’s time she learnt to fly! She practises and practises and in the end, just as she’s flying as high as she possibly can, Daddy holds her back and Mummy takes the little owl in her arms and explains that she can never fly far enough to reach the stars. But then the little owl notices a shooting star coming quite near to her – and, of course, it brings her lots of luck.
With a wonderful message of encouragement and a touching happy end. | 3 +
With the right read-aloud story, children will enjoy going to sleep. This book is an anthology of everything small children need to become big dreamers. Everything is here, from a crazy fairy sleepover to amusing ghost adventures in kindergarten to a thrilling night in a tent in your own garden. Complemented by dreamy, poetic, amusing and ravishing illustrations, these bedtime stories will sweeten sleepy-time for tired little listeners. | 4 +
A horse of her own! For that, Emily would even appear on a quiz show, even though she’s far happier fixing old mixers and toasters than mixing with people. And then opportunity knocks for Emily when she actually comes up trumps in a quiz and makes her dream come true. But now there’s something wrong with Runa, her mare. She’s sad; Emily immediately senses that because she has a special bond with animals … it’s almost as though she could talk to them. And Emily knows that she is the only one who can help her pony.
Sensitively and movingly told: In Emily’s world, intuition counts more than words
For every girl who’s crazy about horses and children, and loves books about special friendships
Filled with wonderfully atmospheric illustrations by Verena Körting.
| 9 +
The Little Note and his friend Rebecca Rest leave their staves to venture out on a thrilling journey into the world of sounds and music. They discover a range of different music styles such as songs by singer-songwriters, hip hop, pop music and even a classical symphony at a concert hall. In the end they also make the little girl Antonia discover her love of music and keep on practising the piano. On their acoustic journey the Little Note and Rebecca Rest lead young readers through the sound world of everyday life.
As well as writing the book, the authors - musicians themselves - composed music in all the styles treated in the story. This was in turn recorded by artists such as pop star Johannes Oerding, hip hopper Denyo, jazz legend Rolf Kühn and the renowned Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg, and is available as a CD and to download.
| 4 +
Oh no, it can’t be true! thinks Sunny. As if it weren’t bad enough that she spends the whole day surrounded by girls talk of nothing else but clothes and pop stars, now Luna, of all people, has joined the class. Luna – the supercool young TV presenter! Sunny is really fed up. But then something amazing happens: she discovers that Luna is really nice, and she even helps Sunny to learn a hip-hop dance for the school contest. There’s just one problem in all of this: Sunny has a secret crush on Paul, but Luna has also noticed what a great guy he is…
| 12 +
Oh dear, oh dear! Mr Zoomzemann the May bug is feeling miserable. That’s because he has only five legs – the sixth is swaying from a solitary birch tree. Luckily for the frightened May bug, the children Peter and Anneli are there to help. Together they set out on the dangerous journey to the moon and several friends help them along the way.
An adventure about courage and friendship, retold for young listeners with evocative illustrations.
| 4 +
It’s true, Olli Breezelong is perhaps a little short for his age, but that’s no reason for everyone to call him Titch. Ole is determined to show them all – as soon as he’s found the ultimate recipe for growing! Luckily, he not only has the wonderful cookery and practical kitchen book he inherited from his grandpa to help him, but also his friend Elif and his own clever hamster, Holger. Olli has some amazing adventures with them, and most of them end up in the kitchen – and every time, Olli grows a little bit more.
Three entertaining stories to read aloud or for children to read to themselves written especially for pot gazers, taste experts, experimental cooks and anyone who wants to become one.
| 5 +
| 7 +
Paul Maar’s story about little Jacob, who experiences what so many junior school children are familiar with, was out of print and is now out in a new edition with colour pictures. | 7 +
Paula is one of the most popular series for beginning readers in the Oetinger programme!
| 7 +
Paula’s friend Sina gets a puppy from her parents. Paula would dearly like to have one, too, but that’s not possible because Paula’s brother is allergic to animal hair. But then a super opportunity arises for Paula: Mr Bell, her music teacher, needs a dogsitter to look after his lively, funny dog Fidelio on Sundays. Paula doesn’t wait to be asked twice! Now she and Sina can have lots of fun in the dog field and they even end up in the local newspaper!
For beginning readers of six and over. | 7 +