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Atmospheric. Dark. Fast-moving. An adventure story with unusual vignettes in the style of collages.
In Ypsilon, a high-rise estate near a river, Chicco and his teenage gang, Boyzz, are spreading fear and panic. The 12-year-old twins Marsha and Jessie live there, too. One night, the pair rescue a dog the Boyzz are harassing and, with the gang on their heels, flee towards the river – and stumble over a bag full of gold coins. When one of the coins rolls into the water, an ancient raft suddenly appears close to the bank. A mysterious ferryman takes the twins to an alien world, where their fate will be decided by a forbidden song and a cursed boy.
| 10 +
Paul and Pauline just have to come up with a good plan because Grandpa Pinkus misses his wife so much he has grown terribly pale and looks as though he may fade away altogether very soon. The twins want to help their grandpa by freeing their grandmother from the mists of forgetfulness. But in trying to help, the pair become caught up in a dangerous adventure, and very soon, swathed in the mist, they themselves have forgotten who they are and what they are doing there. There's only one thing that can help them now, and that’s some very loud crash-bang-walloping from a certain poltergeist!
The third book in the poltergeist trilogy, particularly exciting and with lots of colour pictures.
| 8 +
- For children aged from 3 to 5
- Introduction and afterword by the fox
- Strong reading routine
- Most popular topics
It’s the first time that Ben is being allowed to spend the night at his friend Deniz’s. It’s ever so exciting! Bela has loads of fun with his babysitter, Barbara. And how does a little ghost spend the evening? We also find out how Sophie finds a little bed that’s just right for Choco, her cat. These fun-filled goodnight stories conjure up cosy bedtime moments.
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Stupid neighbours, big sisters – no one is safe from Rocco and Pepe and their jokes. These twins are cheeky, noisy and absolute masters in thinking up tricks, pranks and nonsense. So when Tiffy the tortoise disappears, it’s no surprise that they are immediately suspected of having something to do with it. But at the time she went missing, Rocco and Pepe were busy trying to kidnap the skeleton from the general knowledge classroom!
This is a children’s book debut that doesn’t miss a trick: modern stories about cheeky little rascals with amusing illustrations, brilliant characters and some marvellous pranks.
| 8 +
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On a field trip, twins Ira and Vanjo lose their way in the woods. They seek sanctuary in a dilapidated sanatorium, where they encounter a group of young people from a boot camp. But something isn't right. Why do all routes lead back to the doors of the sanatorium? Where are the nocturnal gasping and shuffling sounds coming from? Thrown back on their own resources, there's only one thing they can do: solve the mystery of the sanatorium. However, the tensions within the group are mounting, and it soon transpires that they are in real danger.
- Highest level excitement and mystery
- Netflix-style mystery - has similarities with "The Society", "Dark" and "Stranger Things".
- Nightmarish setting: an abandoned sanatorium.
- Group dynamics, psychological tension, dual narrative perspective.