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zur Brügge, Anne-Kristin (Author) Rachner, Marina (Illustrator)

For parents and their sleepy child: the loveliest goodnight story book!

You can clearly see in the moon’s soft light
How baby animals sleep at night.
A kiss, a cuddle, a nuzzling nose,
And very soon their eyes will close.
This is what the animals do.
Do you like kisses and cuddles too?

How does the lion say goodnight? What does the baby mouse like best before he falls contentedly asleep? The animal children and their parents cuddle up close before they go to sleep at night just like young human children do. An absolute favourite for every child’s goodnight ritual! Eight goodnight scenes with beautiful pictures and lovely rhymes to join in with.

24 months +

zur Brügge, Anne-Kristin (Author) Rachner, Marina (Illustrator)

Goodnight bestseller with a fluffy sensory element and a guarantee that sleepy heads will soon be nodding

How does the lion say goodnight? How does the owl rock her young to sleep? And how does the mouse get her mouse child to nod off? Tender goodnight rituals invite imitation and are crowned with a nice, cuddly goodnight kiss.

An enchanting bedtime book with quality special effects. Fluffy sensory elements for sleepy children to stroke complete the bedtime rituals.
| 24 months +

Enchelmaier, Iris (Author) Hansen, Christiane (Illustrator)

Squeak squeak, quack quack and mooooo! The funny join-in book of animal sounds.
There are so many animals on the farm and they’re all talking at once! The mouse is squeaking, the cat is miaowing, the cock is crowing, the pig is grunting and the cow is mooing so loudly the farmer cannot sleep! On every double page the children have to guess which animal is making such a commotion, and when they pull the slider, they can see who it really was!
A fantastic board picture book with funny rhymes for joining in with and guessing, and a slider on every page.
| 24 months +

Praml, Sabine (Author) Cordes, Miriam (Illustrator)

“Dear Little Bunny, don’t do that, you are much too small for that!“ The little bunny is sick of being told he’s too small. And so he shows them all how good he is at doing things, like hiding Easter eggs with Grandpa. He soon finds the best hiding places, by jumping up high, bending right down low, and even crawling right inside a tree trunk. And while Grandpa is giving his aching back a rest, the big basket quickly empties. When Grandpa finally carries the proud, tired little bunny home, they are both very happy. | 12 months +

Dietl, Erhard (Author) Hansen, Christiane (Illustrator)

How does kissing feel? Does it taste as sweet as marzipan?

The warthog is very knowledgeable, but sadly it has no idea at all about kissing. This has to change, he decides, and tries his luck with a spider, a bee and a butterfly, but none of them want a kiss from him. And the other animals also prefer to stay unkissed, so the warthog tries kissing a pebble. Will it return his kiss?

A Warthog Wants to Kiss is really special thanks to Erhard Dietl’s rhymes, which guarantee great hilarity, and Christiane Hansen’s beautiful illustrations, which will soon have fans of kissing, large and small alike.
| 4 +

Weber, Susanne (Author) Jacobs, Tanja (Illustrator)

The Little Owl Wants Everyone to be Her Friend

The Little Owl is terribly bored. Luckily she meets the little dormouse and the pair have a wonderful time playing hide and seek. And because they both get along so well, they both know instinctively that they will be seeing each other again.

Bestseller character: over 900,000 Little Owl copies sold

Perfect for nursery school children

Popular topic: friendship
| 3 +

Weber, Susanne (Author) Vogel, Heike (Illustrator)

Hidden picture fun for the very young!
“Quack, quack!” The little duck is looking for a friend. But the animals she finds only bleat, grunt or moo. Will she find another animal that quacks just like her?
A simple story for very young children with lots of animal sounds to repeat and a flap to open on every double page.
| 24 months +

Weber, Susanne (Author) Vogel, Heike (Illustrator)

Hidden picture fun for the very young!

The little bunny is hungry and looking for a carrot. But the other animals only have grain, hay or worms to offer him. Who can help the little bunny? A simple story for very young children with lots of animal sounds to repeat and a flap to open on every double page.
| 24 months +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Livanios, Eleni (Illustrator)

It’s so nice when we’re together!
The perfect good night storybook for mothers and children

Who’s got the nicest mum in the world? Is it the squirrel whose mummy rocks him in her arms? Or the polar bear whose mummy makes him hot tea? Or perhaps the little fox whose mummy kisses away the pain when he hurts himself. All of the baby animals really have the nicest mummy, just like the little girl at the end of the book whose mummy tucks her in and says good night!

•\x09Affectionate rhymes, lovely pictures
•\x09A book that also makes an ideal gift!

| 24 months +

Michels, Tilde (Author) Michl, Reinhard (Illustrator)

A hare, freezing with the cold, seeks refuge on a bitter winter’s night. Soon after, he is followed by a fox and then by a bear. The animals promise Ivan not to fight amongst themselves. When Ivan wakes up next morning, he thinks it was all just a dream – until he sees the footprints in the snow outside his cabin. | 4 +

Kiss, Gergely (Illustrator)

Who does the trunk belong to? Guessing games with a funny animal muzzles index

Who does this beak belong to? Whose is the trunk and who has a gigantic green mouth? On every double page, there’s an animal hiding behind a wall or a bush and the first thing the children see is its muzzle on the index card. Amusing rhymes help the children to guess the animal and then, on the following double page, they find out whether or not they were right! The amusing pictures and light-hearted rhymes encourage the children to join in and the cheerful animal guessing game holds lots of surprises for them.
| 24 months +

Wessel, Kathrin (Author) Wessel, Kathrin (Illustrator)

Owl, elephant and cheeky shrimp: the big animal dictionary

There are so many animals in the world! Pigs, sheep and cows live on the farm, and jellyfish, shrimps and the huge sperm whale are at home under water. Zebras and giraffes survive in the blistering heat and polar bears and penguins sit on large ice floes in the freezing cold. It’s great fun for the children to name and to spot their favourite animals.
Delightful, fresh illustrations full of charm and humour: animals on the farm, in the water, in the air, in the woods and in other worlds. Each animal appears with its name.
| 12 months +

Weber, Susanne (Author) Vogel, Heike (Illustrator)

Something keeps on going “cheep, cheep, cheep”! It’s getting the little Easter bunny quite confused, and he still has all the brightly painted eggs to hide - and quickly! But the cheeping simply won’t stop. Could it be the blue tit? But no, it isn’t … at some point the little Easter bunny makes a delightful discovery: a tiny chick has hatched in the basket of Easter eggs! And so, of course, it is immediately returned to its Mummy and Daddy in the henhouse. Now it’s time for the best Easter celebrations ever to begin.

Mechanical sound – easy to trigger
| 24 months +

Koch, Miriam (Author) Koch, Miriam (Illustrator)

Easter Bunny Ethan paints the prettiest Easter eggs far and wide, and he finds the best hiding places, too. Everyone who finds his eggs is really happy. But on Easter morning, Ethan is very sad because, for once, he would like to find an egg himself. What a good thing his friend Bertha hid an egg especially for him.

A short story for Easter beginners about the give and take of happiness.
| 24 months +

Grimm, Sandra (Author) Hansen, Christiane (Illustrator)

So many animals help the little chick search for his mummy! The little chick has just hatched from its egg and now it’s looking for its mummy. Could the two green feet belong to her? No! The animal under the leaf is a frog! “Croak, croak!” he says and helps the chick to look. “Oink, oink!” the pair hear – could that be the chick’s mummy? No, it’s a pink piglet! As the tiny chick gets to know more and more animals, so do the children and together they are sure to find the chick’s mummy! A delightful story with lots of animal noises – to copy and guess. Full of flaps.
| 24 months +

Weber, Susanne (Author) Jacobs, Tanja (Illustrator)

Who will help the little beaver?

“Oh no,” says the beaver. “I think I have a fever!” Straight away, all of his friends want to help him. The ferret sends him to bed, the snail gives him a blanket, the rabbit provides a cold compress and they all get together to cook him a hot soup! How could the beaver fail to get better now!

Large, clear pictures, delightfully funny rhymes for the children to repeat and empathise with. For everyone with a big heart!
| 12 months +

Rowohlt, Ulla (Author) Trier, Walter (Illustrator)

Time for a boat trip! Everyone on board, quickly!
A captivating picture book by Walter Trier and Harry Rowohlt. Clever dolphins, a gigantic whale and a flying fish: the Pekinese enjoying a trip on a steamer is as cool as a cucumber and not easy to impress. But when the seahorse invites him to visit his paddock, Jim Jellyfish starts flirting and the octopus dances a two-step, there’s no stopping the fun on this uproarious steamer trip!
Walter Trier’s illustrations date from the 1940s and only came to light in 2005 when they were unexpectedly discovered among the late Erich Kästner’s effects. Coupled with the virtuosic verses of Harry Rowohlt, they have now been made into a complete picture book for the first time. | 12 months +

Wewer, Iris (Author) Wewer, Iris (Illustrator)

Clear the ring for circus children! An adventure with lots of extras

Today, we’re off to the circus! There’s so much to see here: the clown is doing silly things, the fire-eater swallows flames and spits them out again, and the goat pushes a tricycle with a dog sitting on the saddle. The children are fascinated by all the clever tricks and delighted that the wheel and slider let them take part in the circus festival. And what’s behind all the flaps? Open them up and prepare for a surprise!

A lovely book with lots of special extras: wheel, slider and flaps, and funny rhymes to join in with.
| 24 months +

Lütje, Susanne (Author) Nagel, Tina (Illustrator)

Be quick, little mice! A search-and-find book with lots of flaps.
There are five little mice hidden in the little house. Wherever can they be? Is there a little mouse hidden in the umbrella? No, that's just a frog. Or perhaps behind the coat? Yes, there’s a mouse there. The children look for the little mice behind the many flaps all over the house and find one of the little mice on every page.
A fine way to learn how to look for things and also how to count! With amusing rhymes to join in with, first counting exercises and illustrations full of details to spot.
| 24 months +

Gries, Martin (Author) Badstuber, Martina (Illustrator)

Paul, the go-to-sleep-sheep, keeps on jumping over the fence until everyone is asleep. But that’s not so easy to do. After he has jumped over the fence upside down, bottom first or swirling like a whirlwind, Paul gets very tired himself. And suddenly he and cuddly pig are curled up with cuddly blanket underneath the pear tree - fast asleep! | 24 months +

Niessen, Susan (Author) Weldin, Frauke (Illustrator)

How does a little rabbit giggle? The sound-and-feel book that has everyone giggling!

The squirrels play tag in the tree, the baby bear crawls all over his great big daddy and the mice children tickle each other until they are all doubled up with laughter. With everyone in such a happy mood, the children cannot help joining in. And when they run their hands over the animals’ soft tummies, such merry laughter comes out of the book that they simply can’t help laughing, either! The stroke-and-listen animal book by Frauke Weldin and Susan Niessen with merry little rhymes to join in with has everyone feeling happy!
| 24 months +

Haberstock, Meike (Author) Haberstock, Meike (Illustrator)

Brilliyaaawnt: Here Comes Agatha!

Agatha is a little owl. Strictly speaking, Agatha is a little night owl. She sleeps by day and by night she’s awake – normally. But today everything is different. Today Agatha plans to stay awake all day long, so that she can play with her friends from morn till night. But in the course of the day, Agatha becomes terribly tired and constantly has to yawn. Maybe an icy dip in the river will help? Or some coffee? Or a fright? Or jumping from a tree? Agatha’s friends have plenty of ideas – including a daring rescue operation. Do their ideas work? Well, in the end it’s not Agatha who falls asleep smiling peacefully.
| 4 +

Maar, Paul (Author) Swoboda, Annette (Illustrator)

A goodnight favourite: when the animals are asleep. Children aren’t the only ones who have to go to bed: piglet, the birds, sheep and the little dragon do, too. A goodnight book to charm the tots – with funny rhymes by Paul Maar and pretty pictures by Annette Swoboda. | 24 months +

Maar, Paul (Author) Walentowitz, Steffen (Illustrator)

Mimi’s having visitors today! A join-in book with rhymes by Paul Maar. Knock, knock, there’s someone at the door. Who can it be? Mimi the little mouse is just as curious as the children – who open the door with Mimi and are delighted to see each of her guests. A charming, cheerful board picture book for everyone who enjoys having visitors! With a big door to open on every double page – and a real doorknocker! | 24 months +

Fröhlich, Anja (Author) Kiss, Gergely (Illustrator)

It could be a day like any other for the animals in the wood – if the blue something hadn’t suddenly appeared on the edge of the wood. It’s a loo, of all things! And it’s been put there because the forester is tired of the wood smelling nasty and his dog treading in sticky hare droppings. From now on, the animals are all supposed to do their business here, if you please. Dr Grunter, Harvey the bear, Madame Eleonora the hare, Peter Prickle the hedgehog, the little vixen, Aaron the stag and Eulalia the owl all do their very best. But was the loo really such a good idea…? | 4 +

Nahrgang, Frauke (Author) Hardt, Iris (Illustrator)

Who knows how everything works? Rosalinde the cow, of course! She’s a terrible grumbler and always finding fault with all the other animals. Then one day the farmer has had enough of her – and Rosalinde the cow finds herself on board an aeroplane bound for Africa. A short while later, a lion with cornrows, a crocodile with water wings and a crestfallen giraffe suddenly appear on the farm … | 4 +

Brand, Heinz (Author) Rachner, Marina (Illustrator)

Happy Easter, Little Bunny!

The little bunny Reuben discovers that he’s old enough to become an Easter Bunny. Thankfully, his grandpa can help him. Together they visit the hen-house and prepare a big surprise for Easter morning: an egg hunt for the whole bunny family!

A warm-hearted Easter-themed book about growing up.

A first Easter book for young egg-hunters.
Egg-shaped format fits perfectly into an Easter nest.
Made of sturdy board to withstand small hands. | 24 months +

Lippa-Wagenmann, Henrike (Author) Gerigk, Julia (Illustrator)

Now you really must go to sleep …

A clumsy little bear takes a walk at night. A bedtime story full of humour and charm.
All the animals are asleep. Or are they? Wait, there’s someone wandering through the woods! If only Bumbly Bear could at least be quiet about it … But no, he bumps his paw, falls down a hill and growls with fright when a pine cone falls on his head. This wakes up all the other animals. Not until the sun rises is Bumbly Bear tired enough to fall asleep – while all the other animals greet the new day.
| 4 +

Maar, Paul (Author) Geisler, Dagmar (Illustrator)

Children’s compendium: The goodnight book by Paul Maar and Dagmar Geisler!

Do animals really sleep just like people? Some do, but many don’t! The bat uses its feet to hang upside down from the rafters to sleep, the baby rabbits huddle together in their warren, the lamb sleeps in the meadow near its mummy and the calf lies safe and warm in the stable. And where do children dream the sweetest dreams?

Light-hearted rhymes from the masterly Paul Maar and amusing, adorable illustrations from Dagmar Geisler!
| 12 months +

Garanin, Melanie (Author) Garanin, Melanie (Illustrator)

A horse fan favourite.
When Mara spots a pony standing in her neighbours’ garden, the move to the new house suddenly doesn’t seem so bad, after all. She calls the pony Mimi and visits it every day. Mara and pony Mimi soon get used to each other. Then one day Mara finds Mimi in her stable without any hay or water. Who usually puts them out for her?
| 4 +

Bosse, Sarah (Author) Schargan, Constanze (Illustrator)

There’s always something happening on the farm!
Holiday time at last! Ian and Lara are visiting Nana and Granddad on the farm, where there’s always something exciting going on. The maize field is great for playing hide and seek, there are pigs, cows and little calves, and Ian is even allowed to ride on the tractor. But the little kittens and funny piglets are the cutest things on the farm. Eleven holiday stories about Lara and Ian – with lots of colour pictures, for children of two and over. | 24 months +

zur Brügge, Anne-Kristin (Author) Rachner, Marina (Illustrator)

Happy Christmas! The animals have a party in the woods!

At Christmas, everyone comes together, and the little piglet, the big, fat bear and lots of other funny animals have a big party. First they decorate a tree and then they guzzle gorgeous food, sing and dance. Hurray! Christmas is simply wonderful!

A heart-warming story of Christmas and best friends with festive rhymes and charming illustrations!
| 12 months +

Kaden, Outi (Author) Kaden, Outi (Illustrator)

Still too small for school, little hare?
Then come along to nursery school instead!

Every morning at nursery school, Paul the little hare meets his friends, where they start the day with a merry song. After gym today, Mrs Lisa has a surprise for the children: painting eggs. But whatever has happened to Paul’s egg?

•\x09Charming, nostalgic, colourful illustrations
•\x09Cute rhymes for joining in

| 24 months +

Swoboda, Annette (Author) Swoboda, Annette (Illustrator)

The world is so wonderful! A masterpiece by Annette Swoboda
Little God looked contentedly out over the world he had created. How beautiful it all is! But somehow it’s a bit quiet, too. Something’s missing: the animals! And so Little God sets to work and creates animals large and small, yellow and red, flying and swimming, singing and croaking. They all become part of a wonderful creation – and without them, the world would be only half as beautiful!

Annette Swoboda’s story about how the animals were created: affectionate, ideal for children and with beautiful, detailed pictures. | 3 +

Knefel, Anke (Author) Leykamm, Martina (Illustrator)

Make Way for Rosy! A book of motor vehicles with a piglet on a ribbon Rosy desperately needs to get to Auntie Peggy’s birthday party – she had nearly forgotten all about it! Off she goes at a tremendous pace – and to make sure she is particularly fast, Rosy changes from one vehicle to another along the way. She starts out in a car, then goes on a boat and even zooms into space aboard a rocket! Will Rosy make it to the party on time? If the children help her, she is sure to. On every new page, they put Rosy into a new vehicle, so nothing can go wrong! With a pig on a ribbon to slot into the vehicles on every page – and with funny rhymes to recite as you go. Great fun not just for vehicle fans! | 30 months +

Schmidt, Hans-Christian (Author) Német, Andreas (Illustrator)

Who will help Mother Hen find her chick again?
Where has Mother Hen’s egg got to? She sets out to look for it, but when the first egg she finds hatches, out comes a little heron. The next egg contains a penguin and the third egg actually has a crocodile inside! Before Mother Hen finally finds her own egg, there are lots of surprises in store that children can even join in on. Every time they turn a page, a new baby animal hatches from the egg!
A hide-and-seek story with peepholes and lots of surprises. | 24 months +

Schuld, Kerstin M. (Author) Schuld, Kerstin M. (Illustrator)

Grandpa Easter Bunny tells the little rabbits everything they need to know to become proper Easter bunnies – and there’s quite a lot to learn. From the chicken run to the workshop, where they do the painting, Grandpa shows them exactly how everything has to be done. And he also knows how to make a pretty Easter nest, of course. | 24 months +

Wich, Henriette (Author) Wechdorn, Susanne (Illustrator)

Lots of favourite animals for toddlers!
There’s always something happening in the animal world! Boris the dawdling bear discovers the most gorgeous honey in the wood, Henri the dog can’t wait to go to nursery school and Ingo the hedgehog is terribly proud of having found a wonderfully warm place for the whole family to hibernate. And little Jules discovers a newborn lamb at the petting zoo. She’s even allowed to stroke it! With big, colour illustrations and a padded cover – for children of 2 upwards. | 24 months +

Maar, Paul (Author) Jakobs, Günther (Illustrator)

We’re celebrating a birthday today! The Paul Maar classic – in a new join-in edition.
It’s Mouse’s birthday today. She’s really looking forward to seeing all her guests. Which animal is this, then, coming to give the mouse a present? One by one, Mouse’s friends arrive – who’s this one? The children see the tip of a trunk holding a parcel, pull the slider and are delighted to see the elephant! They can see his present on the back of the slider. And when all the guests have arrived, they all have a lovely party!

Guessing games with affectionately and cheerfully illustrated sliders to pull.
| 24 months +

Schnabel, Dunja (Author) Schnabel, Dunja (Illustrator)

What does a bear do when it’s as hungry as a bear? Guessing fun with peepholes.
The bear is very hungry and looking for something to eat. The children help him to search and already know what tasty titbits await him on the next page – a glimpse through the peephole lets them in on the secret! But the big bull is too dangerous, the pigs are too filthy, and the hare is too fast for him, and the chickens just laugh at him. The bear is feeling pretty desperate, but then Mrs Bear comes home with delicious bread and honey.
Discovery fun for young children with amusing rhymes to join in with, peepholes for guessing games and lovely bright pictures.

| 24 months +