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Bertram, Rüdiger (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

The read-aloud book about Tim and his friends
Tim is cross with Annika because she wouldn’t share her chocolate with him. But Yuri, Tim’s big brother, manages to get the pair to settle their argument and be friends again. Tim suddenly finds himself all alone on holiday when nobody feels like playing with him. But then Tim meets Maurice and the two quickly become friends!
| 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

Tim fell off the slide while he was playing. Now his head is bleeding and he’s being taken into hospital to have stitches. What a good job Daddy can be there with him! In the end, the doctors and Charlie the nurse are all so kind that Tim really doesn’t mind having to spend the night in hospital with his mummy to keep him company. | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

Grandma takes Tim to the swimming baths, where she and the pool attendant help him practise for his Seahorse swimming certificate. Swimming isn’t as easy as it seems – but when Tim starts having a diving contest with Annika, it suddenly seems the most natural thing in the world! | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

It’s five o’clock in the morning at last! That’s a good time to get up when you are five years old, Tim thinks. But when he goes into the kitchen, there’s nothing on the table: no candles, no cake and not even the tiniest present! Could Mummy and Daddy have forgotten his birthday? | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

“Keep the sheet clean!“ Tim’s daddy shouts at while he’s watching the football on the television – and the goalkeeper saves the penalty. Now Tim, Leon and Annika want to play football, too. Daddy enrols them in a team. The trainer is very nice and the children enjoy their practices. Very soon there’s a friendly game coming up – and Tim is to play in goal. Will he manage to keep the sheet clean? | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

Tim’s big brother Yuri swings himself onto his bike saddle and pedals away fast. “You can’t do this, you little wimps,” says Yuri. “You have to learn to ride a bike properly first!” Well, that certainly got Tim, Leon and Annika determined to learn! But will they succeed without any bruises? | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

Tim is excited because today is his first day at nursery school! He’s glad that he already knows Leon and Annika. The three play on the pirate ship, and on the slide in the playground, and make things together. The other children are nice, too. Especially Joanna. She even swaps her sandwich with Tim at break time, when he doesn’t like his own! | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

Boys’ day out! Tim goes on a trip to a lake with his daddy and big brother, Yuri. The three build a pirate raft together. Unfortunately, the raft isn’t as seaworthy as they thought, as they later discover – in the middle of the lake. But real men don’t let a little thing like that worry them... | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

Tim is already four years old, but his big brother, Yuri, says he’s still only little. That’s why Yuri won’t let Tim join in when he’s playing football with the other big boys. Luckily, Tim meets Leon and his dog, Coco. Tim and Leon are soon real Gummy Bear brothers, and Superteddy, Tim’s loyal companion, always lets them play! | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

It’s raining but that doesn’t matter because Tim is going to the airport with his family to fly to Mallorca – where the sun is sure to be shining. That’s why Yuri, Tim’s big brother, is already wearing his sunglasses. But Daddy seems to have forgotten that he promised Tim a pair, too … | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

Santa Claus turns up at Tim’s nursery school again this year. Tim is terribly excited – just like Annika, his friend. But then the pair begins to wonder where Santa Claus comes from and why he brings a small present for every child. | 3 +

Baeten, Lieve (Author) Baeten, Lieve (Illustrator)

First words and pictures: a collection of Lieve Baeten’s board picture-book classics in one volume
Where is Tim hiding? What is Nina having for lunch? And what’s the best way for Tim to get to sleep? Delightful stories taken from the daily lives of very small children for them to recognise and discover. Each double page has a surprise window to encourage children to start joining in. The collection contains the board picture books Where is Tim? and Tim goes to bed.
With lots of windows with hidden things to guess: simple stories, lovingly illustrated.
| 18 months +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

Tim and his best friend, Leon, go for a walk with Coco, Leon’s dog. They really don’t fancy sweeping away leaves, helping with the spring cleaning or making Easter decorations. Suddenly a small rabbit lollops across their path and disappears into the next house. Tim and Leon’s curiosity is aroused and they follow him. Could this be where the Easter Bunny lives? | 3 +

Bertram, Rüdiger (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

Christmastime with Tim and his friends
For Tim, Advent and Christmas are a very exciting time, when something new happens every day. One day singing carols with his friend Annika, another painting the living room window ready for Christmas with his friend Leon, and then, while he’s looking for the Christmas tree decorations, finding some very special baubles.
Ten lovely stories for the weeks leading up to Christmas.
| 3 +

Straaten, Harmen van (Author) Straaten, Harmen van (Illustrator)

The bath is a great big ocean – and Tim is the bathtub captain on a voyage to Timbuktu. On his way, he meets a hungry polar bear, two penguins, a pirate and a big whale. They all join him on his travels, but none of them knows exactly where Timbuktu actually lies … | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

At last Tim has a pet all his own! But when Tim and his big brother, Yuri, have put their guinea pigs into their new cage, Daddy tells them to leave Renni and Typhoon in peace to start with. Tim isn’t even allowed to stroke Renni! This makes Tim so sad he simply cannot go to sleep that night. In the end, he steals out of bed again and takes Renni out of the cage … | 3 +

Wieker, Katharina (Author) Wieker, Katharina (Illustrator)

Only three days to go till Christmas Eve! Because they simply cannot wait for Christmas to arrive, Tim and Annika decide to give the angels a hand with the preparations. So they each put on an old white shirt of Daddy’s and some angel wings and set out to do some good turns. “Fine,” says Daddy, “you can help me with the Christmas cleaning!” But Tim is quite certain angels never do that kind of thing… | 3 +

Krüss, James (Author) Engelking, Katrin (Illustrator)

About laughter, the devil and an incredible hero
Timm Thaler has a wonderful laugh that’s so infectious people can’t help joining in. But when the mysterious Baron Natas promises him a lot of money for it, Timm sells his laugh. From the moment the baron has Timm’s laugh, Timm finds that every bet he makes is a winner. But he soon also realises that a person without a laugh is not a real person – however many riches he may amass. Timm forges a plan to win back his laugh. Baron Natas is not an easy adversary to outwit, but Timm isn’t about to give up…
The story of Timm Thaler has been adapted for film many times over. New edition with a cover by Katrin Engelking.
| 10 +

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

What is it about time? A smart, funny story about how long things take.
Anton is six years old, in his first year at school and he has time - unlike his mum, who is usually doing three things at once. Why is it that grown-ups never have any time and children always do? And why can’t you count time like you can marbles? Why does the art class whiz past like a racing car but the maths class stretch endlessly like chewing gum? Anton decides to get to the bottom of the great time puzzle. Luckily, he has an above-the-belt creature, an unconscious mammoth and a bus-driving chameleon to help him, and after lots of wonderfully told and illustrated detours, Anton finds a simple and absolutely amazing solution!

A hilarious book written in age-appropriate language with a distinctive, modern design and over 90 colour pictures, plus several collages and amusing text bubbles.

Reading this book about the funnniest solution to the great time puzzle takes only as long as it does to watch Anton’s cuddly toys being washed in the washing machine (after he put skin cream on them all) – but it’s as much fun as a rollator race along the corridor of an old people’s home, where you are as fast as a nose-diving falcon (with stones in its pocket)!

6 +

Schindler, Anna (Author) Bock, Billy (Illustrator)

Children need time

Nobody wants to play with Zoe. Mummy, Daddy and her big brother and sister both have important things to do. So Zoe sets off for the park all on her own. Luckily, she bumps into old Alfred there. He has so much time that he can just sit on the park bench and gaze at the clouds. He even watches the snails! Perhaps Alfred could give Zoe’s family some of his time?

Sharing time in a jam jar: philosophy for children, touchingly told and illustrated with a refreshingly light touch.
| 4 +

Mendl, Thomas (Author) Körting, Verena (Illustrator) Mendl, Thomas (Illustrator)

Off to the land of fantasy! A children’s adventure of false worlds and evil lookalikes.

Anna had really only wanted to go into the cellar with her brother Ben to check the fuses. But suddenly the pair find themselves in the year 1919, where they are promptly placed in an orphanage. There they meet other children who are also from other times. In their search for an explanation, Anna, Ben and their new friends become caught up in an incredible adventure. They meet real princes, bogus scientists and mysterious lookalikes in worlds that really should not exist. Thomas Mendl’s novel is a cornucopia of ideas, poetic, intelligent and brimming with suspense.
With vignettes by the author.

•\x09In the truest sense of the word, a dream debut work about the power of imagination

•\x09Intelligent reading with a philosophical background, a likeable gang of children and a wealth of surprising ideas

French sample translation available!
| 10 +

Schütze, Andrea (Author) Kraus, Tina (Illustrator)

What a wonderful party it’s going to be, Maluna! Parties are always magical by moonlight. Maluna tells her young fans all about the parties they have in the Enchanted Forest, like the great chocolate party, the midnight murmur move and many others, too. But the inhabitants of the Enchanted Forest also celebrate things like dragon birthdays and beaver weddings, of course. The little ones will already be dreaming of the next party as they drift off to sleep!

Nine dreamy stories about celebrating birthdays and other big occasions!
| 4 +

Wolz, Heiko (Author) Hänsch, Lisa (Illustrator)

Bodyguard to Julius Caesar: Albert Twostone turns the Ancient World upside down!
Albert Twostone is a real nerd! He has managed to build himself a speed-of-light capsule – the only trouble is that he accidentally slips down a worm hole in his tin can and ends up in the middle of the Roman Empire. Before he can say boo to a goose, he is picked up by some men draped in tablecloths and packed off to Rome to take a message to Julius Caesar. The great emperor is very impressed with Albert’s fighting skills and hires him as a bodyguard for his next military campaign. What a good thing Max Punk, Albert’s rat, is there with him and has brought along his futuristic high-tech rat pack, too.
A hilarious and irreverent diary of time travel into the depths of history with lots of comic strips.

The first in a particularly amusing series of time travel diaries: Hilarious stories combined with fascinating historical facts and a lot of comic strips.
| 9 +

Woolf, Marah (Author) Liepins, Carolin (Illustrator)

Madly in love with Elfworld! Eliza is torn. What do these elves want? First they lure her into their world and are not particularly nice to her when she gets there, and once she has retrieved their snow globe for them, they think they can just shut her out of Elfworld forever? If Eliza is honest, she misses Cassian terribly. But then Eliza receives a message saying that Leylin is once again in grave danger, and she decides to rush to Elfworld’s aid once more.

| 14 +

Wolz, Heiko (Author) Hänsch, Lisa (Illustrator)

Short stopover in the Middle Ages: Albert causes a stir amongst the mediaeval knights.

That wasn’t the plan at all! When Albert Twostone is supposed to be flying back to the present from ancient times in his speed-of-light capsule, he ends up landing in the courtyard of the Archbishop of Mainz, who is just expecting the arrival of Emperor Barbarossa. Albert soon discovers that people in the Middle Ages don’t know the meaning of fun – and promptly finds himself thrown into the dungeons. But when he reveals himself to be a talented singer, he is asked to defend the Emperor’s honour in a minnesinger competition. Will everything turn out all right?
Book 2 in the amusing time travel series, featuring a host of historical facts and a lovable hero who is always putting his foot in it! Lots of illustrations in trendy scribble look.
| 9 +

Schütze, Andrea (Author) Kraus, Tina (Illustrator)

New stories from the little goodnight fairy with the big heart

It’s the night of the supermoon and Maluna Moonshine and the other fairies who live in the Enchanted Wood are holding a storytelling: Oskar Lightning and Attonno Thunderclap recount how they saved two Enchanted Forest children from a thunderstorm; the little tooth fairy lets them all in on what happens to all the milk teeth she collects; and Noelle Winterglory tells of the summer when things turned almost Christmassy and of how a mango yoghurt saved the Enchanted Forest from a snow storm.

Maluna Moonshine. Story Time in the Enchanted Forest is doubly enchanting with stories all about storytelling.
| 4 +

Woolf, Marah (Author) Liepins, Carolin (Illustrator)

Never without a book: Magical Whispers! She has a mysterious birthmark in the shape of a book on her wrist and also the ability to hear books whispering to her. When 17-year-old Lucy starts a stint of work experience at the British Library in London, she discovers books with blank pages. Not only have their texts vanished, but no one appears to have any recollection of them, either. When, with increasing urgency, the books entreat her to help them, Lucy attempts to get to the bottom of the mystery. And Lucy has the feeling that Nathan, to whom she feels irresistibly drawn, is somehow involved in it all.

Incredibly exciting story with a bibliophile subject!
| 14 +

Scheffler, Ursel (Author) Gerigk, Julia (Illustrator)

Paula for pony girls – reading can be so much fun for beginners!

There’s to be a pony fancy dress party at Aunt Elfie’s pony stables, where the pony with the best costume will win a prize. Paula and Sina are finding it almost impossible to decide how to dress up their ponies: as Indian horses, circus horses or magical unicorns? But then Paula has the best idea of all – she decides to turn her pony, Comet, into a fairy-tale dragon – that way they are sure to win! But when the big day arrives, they are in for a very big surprise.

Büchersterne learn-to-read books for reception class and year 2 children: large print, short paragraphs and lots of pictures to help beginning readers understand the words.
| 7 +

Jakobs, Günther (Illustrator) Kehn, Regina (Illustrator) Dulleck, Nina (Illustrator) Jeschke, Stefanie (Illustrator) Grigo, Pe (Illustrator) Rauers, Wiebke (Illustrator) Hennig, Dirk (Illustrator) Kreitz, Isabel (Illustrator) Horstschäfer, Felicitas (Illustrator) Prechtel, Florentine (Illustrator) Baltscheit, Martin (Illustrator) Marquis, Mila (Illustrator) | further

Climate protection concerns all of us!

Everyone is talking about Greta Thunberg and the young climate activists of Fridays for Future - thousands of students take to the streets every Friday here in Germany. Highly motivated and tireless in fighting for their convictions, they are challenging established ideas and structures. Thirteen of Germany’s best-known illustrators want to follow and support the movement throughout the year by means of this perpetual wall calendar.

A protest calendar for students and families, featuring illustrations by Wiebke Rauers, Günther Jakobs, Regina Kehn, Nina Dullek, Martin Baltscheit, Mila Marquis, Stefanie Jeschke, Anne-Kathrin Behl, Pe Grigo, Florentine Prechtel, Dirk Hennig, Isabel Kreitz and Felicitas Horstschäfer! | 6 +

Ukpai, Anja (Author) Meinzold, Max (Illustrator)

Atmospheric boarding school fantasy set in modern-day London

Jade has returned the magic hour hand to the Time Inheritors’ Society. However, her best friend Mat lost his powers in the process, and now has to leave the Academy. Fortunately, Jade still has Orla and Henry. But why has Henry suddenly started rebuffing her? And then there’s the mysterious stranger who she sees creeping around the Clockmakers’ Market. Could it be that the Time Knights have returned? They’ve only ever had malice in mind ...

Best selling topics in a totally original form: time, school, secret societies | 13 +

Ukpai, Anja (Author) Meinzold, Max (Illustrator)

Who can Jade still trust? Things are hotting up in the battle for Time …

Jade is starting her last year at the Clockmakers’ Academy. She’s supposed to be preparing for her final exams along with her friends Orla and Mat - but then comes the sudden disappearance of their ally Master Gridlock, the leader of the Time Inheritors. Are Chronos and his evil Time Knights responsible? Jade throws herself into trying to return the magical second hand to Time House in order to stop Chronos. But whom can she really count on in her battle against the powers of the Un-World? Volume 3 of the Time Inheritors trilogy, packed full of mystery, magic and excitement which will appeal to all fantasy fans.

The spectacular finale of the Time Inheritors trilogy.
Praised by readers, and a favourite with book bloggers.
Atmospheric fantasy: exciting, magical, mystery-packed.
| 13 +

Malou, Mascha (Author) Kaiser, Natasa (Illustrator)

My BFF, our summer and me

Here’s everything best friends need to make this summer the best they’ve ever had. From fun tests about “Ten things you should do together this summer“ and “The five most delicious snacks for a picnic“ to “Our best photos“, this is a stylish must-have book to make every girl’s summer perfect and help best friends to get to know each other even better. And best of all: when the summer holidays are over, you will not only have had loads of fun, but also have a wonderful album full of memories.

This richly illustrated activity book for girls is the ultimate summer companion, with many pages to fill in, bucket lists and creative DIY ideas.
| 12 +

von Klitzing, Maren (Author) Worms, Ina (Illustrator) Becker, Stéffie (Illustrator) Kunkel, Daniela (Illustrator) | further

Are we there yet? Waiting – everyone has to do it, and everyone hates it!

Waiting doesn’t always have to be boring. However, children spend a lot of time doing it. At the dentist, at the bus stop, on long car journeys, before eagerly anticipated visitors arrive. Often quiet, sometimes loud, sometimes frolicking and jumping around, then as quiet as a mouse again. This book will make time fly by. Whether you’re out and about or at home, its handy size makes it ideal to carry around with you. Practical games at the end of each story help to fill the time whenever you have to wait. A must-have for anyone who has to spend time waiting with children.

Practical handbag format with game-ideas (for the road) | 4 +

Die Krickelkrakels (Author) Die Krickelkrakels (Illustrator)

Come along on a journey through time from the creators of the Krickelkrakel series!

Open up the book and off we go! Save the little dinosaur from the ravenous T-Rex. Solve the puzzle of the pyramids in Egypt and then help the Vikings to build a ship. Finished? But there’s much more still to come on your journey, and thousands of adventures awaiting you there. Turn, tap, blow – the fun creative new activity book from the Krickelkrakel team carries kids off to foreign lands and other times!

- Fascinating activity fun to return to time and again
- Carries children off to distant worlds and other times
- From the creative Krickelkrakel team | 4 +

Boie, Kirsten (Author) Timm, Jutta (Illustrator)

Always being good is boring. That’s why the little fairy decides to become a bad fairy instead of a good one. But there comes a time when you can even be fed up with being bad …
Is this a fairy tale – or perhaps a true story, after all?
Once upon a time there was a fairy who lived in the big wood just behind the motorway, not very far from the city. She had already brought up lots of fairy children, but none of them had ever been as stubborn as the little fairy. “No!” said the little fairy when Mummy fairy gave her a kiss on the forehead to wake her up and “No!” said the little fairy when she was told to clean her wings and her magic wand. “It’s hard to believe you want to grow up to be a good fairy,” said Mummy fairy.
But the little fairy didn’t want to be a good fairy any more. If bad fairies never have to clean their wings and their magic wand, then she definitely wanted to be a bad fairy. And so she started being one straight away and did a spell to put the deer family up a tree, turned the rabbit family into frogs and put the racoon family to sleep for a hundred years. Unfortunately, she lost her magic wand while she was doing all of this, so now, of course, she really has had more than enough of being bad. A new picture book based on the children’s TV programme “Siebenstein”. | 4 +

Scheffler, Ursel (Author) Timm, Jutta (Illustrator)

Visiting the Father Christmases in Christmas Village Rufus, the Polar researcher, comes down to earth with a bump when his hot-air balloon loses height and crashes right over Christmas Village! With preparations in full swing for the big day there, it’s all very exciting for Rufus. But Rufus would naturally like to be back home with his family on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately something happens to prevent that. Then, on top of everything else, one of the Father Christmases falls ill. Can Rufus come up with an idea for saving Christmas? An exciting story amusingly told by a successful author and well-known illustrator. A complete story in 24 chapters, it also makes an ideal read-aloud Advent calendar book! A super title! | 4 +

Ashton, Brodi (Author) Schürmann, Kerstin (Illustrator)

| 14 +

Grimm, Sandra (Author) Becker, Timo (Illustrator)

Who will help Pit? Easter fun for little egg hunters!

Pit paints a pretty pattern on a beautiful, big goose egg. Unluckily for him, it rolls away and Pit has to rush off and look for it. Could it perhaps be round the corner over there? No, that’s just Nana Elsie’s overall! And then the hen’s sunshade and a balloon both look just like the egg, too. In the end, Pit finds his egg again and makes a present of it to little Lexi, who gives him a big, fat rabbit nose-kiss in return! An Easter book with colourful spring-time pictures, merry rhymes to join in with and playful details like peepholes, flaps and even a punched-out Easter egg to hang up!
| 24 months +

Scheller, Anne (Author) Müller-Wegner, Timo (Illustrator) Wegner, Stefanie (Illustrator)

Improve your reading with this thrilling escape adventure.

Spooky things are happening at the Escape School since a banned magic spell has conjured up a pack of horrid hobgoblins. They cause complete chaos throughout the entire school and put the pupils in grave danger. Only by solving the tricky puzzles can emerging readers conquer evil.

Innovative way to encourage children to read: making them become part of the story.
Plugs into the long-standing “Escape/Exit Game” trend.
Includes numerous puzzles and a bonus poster

7 +

Ambach, Jule (Author) Wegner, Stefanie (Illustrator) Müller-Wegner, Timo (Illustrator)

Join the Escape School!

Incredible: all the children and teachers at school have frozen solid - as if they were in the Sleeping Beauty fairytale. What has happened? Has someone been putting something in their breakfast? And can the untruthful mirror give them the crucial clue? You, the reader, need to solve the various puzzles to find out what’s going on. It’s the only way you’re going to save the school!

Innovative way to encourage children to read: making them become part of the story.
Plugs into the long-standing “Escape/Exit Game” trend.
Includes numerous puzzles and a bonus poster.

7 +

Jutta Timm
Jutta Timm, 1945 in Cuxhaven geboren, wuchs in Karlsruhe auf, wo sie auch ein Grafikstudium absolvierte. Sie arbeitete zunächst einige Jahre als Werbegrafikerin, bevor sie sich ab 1983 als freie Illustratorin in Hamburg etablierte. Ihre Darstellung von Kirsten Boies kleiner Fee, die einfach mal Nee! sagt, verzaubert seit mehr als zehn Jahren kleine und große Leser und wurde u.a. auch in der Kindersendung »Siebenstein« des ZDF gezeigt. Für Ihre Arbeit wurde Jutta Timm mit dem Unicef-Preis und dem amerikanischen Kinderbuchpreis North South ...
Timo Becker
Timo Becker, 1988 in Bad Pyrmont (Niedersachsen) geboren, studiert seit 2009 an der Fachhochschule Münster Design mit dem Schwerpunkt Illustration. Seit 2010 ist er neben dem Studium für verschiedene Verlage tätig und bereist mit seinen Skizzenbüchern Städte rund um die Erde (u.a. Seoul, Kyoto, Istanbul, New York). Seine Arbeiten wurden bereits in Südkorea, Bulgarien, Israel und Deutschland ausgestellt und bieten Eltern wie Kindern zahlreiche versteckte Details.
Timo Parvela, 1964 geboren, war lange und gern Lehrer, bevor er Schriftsteller wurde. Er schreibt für Erwachsene und Kinder und wurde dafür vielfach ausgezeichnet. Seine Ella-Bücher sind in Finnland Kult.
Tim Wesson zeichnet sowohl für Kinder als auch für Erwachsene. Er veröffentlichte bereits zahlreiche Bücher und arbeitete für BBC, SWATCH, das France Magazine sowie andere Unternehmen und Zeitungen.
Timo Müller-Wegner ist freier Illustrator, Grafikdesigner und Zeichentrick-Animator. Seit 2002 arbeitet er als Teil des Illustrationsbüros Müller-Wegner gemeinsam mit Stefanie Wegner.