Kay seems to be out of favour with everyone and since his father has lost his job, it isn’t pleasant at home. As he is almost suspended from school, his German teacher wants to give him a last chance. From now on, Kay needs to take care of a special-needs child, Greta.
Giraffe Gawkie wonders: Why are there so many leaves on the ground? Jona explains that fall is coming – but Gawkie simply doesn’t understand what »fall« means. Oh dear, Gawkie does not know the four seasons! Time for Jona to help him! A playful story for very first readers.
Each page of this book can be read one way or another – is the basket full or empty? Is this animal a spider or an octopus? It all depends on where you position the mirror. Full of surprises this book introduces children to the concept of symmetry.
Rakel’s friends are the best at keeping secrets. Yet, she can’t tell them everything. Nour lives in Västervik with her new family and Rakel and Tove remained in Stockholm. All the best places are there – the graveyard and the place for guitar lessons. And home is good too, of course, even if they don’t even have a hamster. Just tired fishes in a tank. And a secret, that weighs several tons.
Straightforwardly explained by journalist and football-expert Jennifer Wegerup, this book will not leave a stone unturned when it comes to football, going into the basics and details that might at first seem daunting and difficult. The first book in the new series OLIKA Facts, a concept that will look into different subjects, told in a fun and straightforward way, to be enjoyed by both children and adults.
Pärt and his dad have finished shopping and are queuing to pay. Suddenly, Dad notices that he has forgotten something. ”Stay here, Pärt!,” says Dad. But the line is moving fast and Pärt has to put things on the conveyer belt. A series about uncomfortable situations familiar to all children.
Hi, my name is Karl Joonas. Just this morning while I was getting up, I found that one of my favorite socks had a hole in it. But that was only the beginning! Some days are simply full of holes. Winner of the 2017 Kneelength Book Contest!
On Lizzie’s birthday, Mom ordered her present on the internet – Surprise! A unicorn! Lizzie looked at her friends Her friends looked at the unicorn. “That’s not exactly a unicorn…” Lizzie said. “It’s…” “It’s what?” asked Mom. She sounded tense.
What comes in and out of our nose non-stop? Air! Although air is invisible, it is the most essential element to sustain life. Through fascinating experiments, readers will experience the existence of air, and they will also learn what air can do.
Woongjin Thinkbig / 270 x 215 / 44 pages
World except Korean, Simplified Chinese & Indonesian