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Who says superheroes are only for older children? Marmelo, who saves bread and jam from falling jammy-side-down on the floor, is probably cooler than Spiderman was at the age of four. And Super-Erik saves an entire town from mega-mean Mega-Panda. With these superheroes around, who’s going to wait for Batman or until they can read for themselves? And in any case, being read to is always super!
Crazy, hilarious read-aloud stories in vibrant colours!
| 4 +
Great slapstick fun with hilarious black-and-white illustrations. Entertaining, amusing, and perfect for boys who don’t usually enjoy reading!
| 9 +
It was actually just by chance that Bob and Tim managed to put top international agent Thomas Snyder out of action. But that was what drew his secret organisation’s attention to them. On the spot, S.W.A.P. recruits the boys and assigns them to Snyder’s case, which is to stop the madman Hazweio, who wants to take control of all of the world’s water resources. And before they know it, the pair are right in the thick of an action-packed adventure.
With lots of cool cartoons.
| 10 +
If Bob and Tim had been able to imagine that the life of a secret agent would be far more exciting than school, they would not have resisted the call to become super agents so vehemently. Having put a stop to the evil Mr. Vulture’s little game, they are now looking forward to their next assignment. And that is to prevent an arch villain from causing the biggest volcano in the world to erupt and destroy all life on Earth.
With lots of cheeky cartoons.
| 10 +
Rina lives a sheltered life in the idyllic Eastside, but she longs for change and adventure and finds herself regularly drawn to the grim, gang-ruled Northside area of town. While at a concert there, she falls in love with Brynn, a rock star. Initially without intending to, Rina becomes a superhero when she rescues a girl from a mugging and a video of her action turns up online. The press nicknames her Alleycat. She ends up prowling the streets of Northside night after night as Alleycat, avenging wrongs. But how long can her phantom life continue? And does her love of a Northside boy have a chance? And who is the masked boy who calls himself Ash and saves her life one fateful night?
Packed with suspense, action and romance – this book has something to please everyone. | 14 +
Even football-crazy boys who normally don’t bother with books learn to read like world champions with Thomas Müller. “How I Came to Join My Dream Team” is an autobiographical story with lots of comic-style pictures, a postcard with the football star’s autograph plus 16 pages of reading puzzles and games. | 7 +
Clever humour and delightful, amusing illustrations make SUPERHUGO great reading fun for beginners and more advanced readers. Book 1 in the series was voted Best Beginning Reader Book of 2015.
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Ideal for boys at the “girls are stupid” stage, with hilarious cartoons that take the work out of reading.
| 6 +
Ever since Hugo the spaniel slipped into the Superhound costume and became Superhugo, he has felt like a proper hero. So his pride gets quite a knock when he’s asked to look after Mimi, the visiting cat. What a bore! Luckily, he finds Superhound’s car in a secret garage and has the chance to try out his new powers on a short drive.
Book 2 all about clumsy Superhound, lavishly illustrated and irresistibly funny, by award-winning author Salah Naoura.
| 7 +
Bob18 lands on a remote island, but he can’t remember how he got there. When he explores his surroundings, he has the feeling he's being watched. He finds an axe, cuts down some trees and builds himself a shelter. He’s hardly finished, when he receives a visit from a pig called Thursday who loves horror stories and wants to hunt zombies. So armed with a homemade wooden sword, the pair set out to protect a village from zombies, creepers and other unpleasant monsters – and a huge adventure begins!
An absolute must for Minecraft fans: The computer game is now available in book form for beginning readers and is packed with colourful comic-style illustrations that are sure to appeal to any book-shy child.
| 8 +
Great fun for all primary school levels, not just, but also and even for boys who are reluctant readers.
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Bob and Tim are just back from their last mission for S.W.A.P. and already have their next assignment all lined up. The world is in danger – from a treacherous virus that is threatening to wipe out the human race. Who is behind it all? None other than Baron von Funeral, of course, and the boys instantly realise that they have to do all they can to stop the megalomaniac miscreant. He, however, is already on his way to outer space. Luckily, Bob and Tim aren’t top agents for nothing – and that applies in space, too!
Book 3 in the super cool secret agent series featuring a host of cheeky, cartoon-style illustrations.
| 10 +
Hugo the dog lives with Granny Freda, who reads him the most wonderful stories about Superhound every night. Wouldn’t Hugo love to be just as super! And then he is! One day the clumsy old thing slips on the freshly polished parquet floor and slides straight into a secret cellar vault, where he happens upon a Superhound outfit that fits him like a glove. But it’s no easy feat being Superhugo with superpowers!
Book 1 of the fantastic Superhound series, perfect for beginning readers. Told with humour, affection and great imagination by multi-award-winning children’s book author Salah Naoura.
Likeable, comic-type superhero with lovable little quirks: great identification potential for clumsy youngsters lacking super powers, who would love to be heroes!
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Kay is six years old and he longs to own a pet. That's why COOLMAN, his invisible friend, takes him along to the zoo: they are sure to find an animal there that they can take home! But the elephant is too big, the lion is too dangerous and the flamingos are to pink. But does Kay really need a pet if he has COOLMAN?
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Kai starts school. Obviously, he has to have his invisible friend COOLMAN with him on his first day because school would only be half the fun without him! COOLMAN puts Kai up to all kinds of pranks. Kai wears his first-day school cone that had all the nice presents in it on his head, writes the wrong name on his name badge and jumps through the picture when the class has its photo taken. School is definitely never going to be boring with COOLMAN around!
Book 2 of the COOLMAN books for beginning readers.
Büchersterne learn-to-read books for reception class children: large primer print, simple words, short sentences and more pictures than words for the youngest beginning readers.
| 6 +
Could anything be more exciting than a child’s first day at school? Hardly. But Berti’s first day surpasses them all. To start with, the whole family wakes up so late that Berti can’t even change out of his pyjamas before setting off for school. Then his daddy drives like a madman, which does not amuse the police, at all. Berti can’t count on his big brother, and a sprint to school turns into a wild chase. Will Berti make it to school on time? And what about his first-day-of-school cone filled with treats and presents?
The secret hero of the family: Little Berti
Fast-paced action and lots of humour
Charmingly illustrated by Nikolai Renger | 6 +
Highly entertaining: funny, fast-paced, exciting!
Book 2 The Heroines Club. High Treason at Boarding School will follow in autumn 2017
“A lively and fast-paced start to a new series for girls that’s sure to find an enthusiastic readership.” BuchMarkt March 2017
| 9 +
But a small bear is no cuddly toy, of course and before long panic breaks out among the girls. A bear, so close to their school, isn’t that terribly dangerous? Before long, the first farmers in the village are preparing to hunt the bear down – and Pina, Flo and Blanca realise that they need to act fast if they want to save the little bear!
Exciting, clever and bear-friendly: this club is there for everyone!
| 9 +
Sibling fun somewhere between the Herdmanns and Troublemaker Street: Life really isn’t easy for five-year-old Berti. He has not one, but three big brothers – and all of them are at least twice as old as him! So it’s no wonder they only ever see him as the baby who’s never allowed to join in their games. After all, as superheroes, they are constantly busy saving the world every day. It’s just a pity that their heroic deeds always land them in such a mess that they have to be saved themselves – by Berti, of all people!
- Superheroes are a top topic at the moment and here it’s spiced with plenty of humour and a host of hilarious illustrations, so just right for the young target group
- Ideal for reading aloud: a book brimming with mischief that will have parents and children in stitches