Every day I take a sandwich with me to kindergarten. But this is not just bread, it’s also tomatoes, cheese, herbs and much more. But where does it all come from? First Ferdinand, the baker wakes up early every morning and with flour, yeast, salt and water he makes a dough, shapes it and bakes it.
Board Book / 200 x 160 / 24 pages / Tulipan Verlag
“Where are you, piggy?”This wolf can’t find little piggy. Will he find it behind the rock?Inside the house? Up on the tree, perhaps? What will he do when he succeeds? The classic tale reimagined in a board book full of tenderness and fun.
Federico the cat goes from one roof toanother visiting all his families. Tadeo lives with his grandparents, Anna lives with her two Moms, Virginia with her Mom and Dad…All the families are different and Federico loves them.
170 x 170 / 18 pages
World except Spanish, Catalan, Italian& English (UK/US)
A charming series featuring the elephant Toto and his friends in daily interactions: playing hide and seek, going to the beach and eating ice cream. Orit Bergman manages to create children’s world depicting familiar situations.
Kinneret / 200 x 200; 20p
World excl. Hebrew & Simplified Chinese
written by Hyun-sook Lee & illustrated by Moon-ju Jung Another first thing babies do when they grow
up is to stretch. This book illustrates fun ways
of stretching legs and arms. Entertaining and
a great introduction to stretching from a very
written by Sae-hyun Cho & illustrated by Jong-kyun Lee One of the first things babies do when they grow up is to roll. This book illustrates fun ways of rolling. Perfect for toddlers who start exploring the world around them.
The little wolf is sad. The squirrel, the rabbit and the fox are not allowed to play with him. Their mums won’t let them as they think wolves are dangerous. Only the little bee is brave enough to play hide and seek with the little wolf. Will the other animals be able to overcome their fear and join the fun?
written & illustrated by Alona Frankel
Joshua asks his parents and pets to help him count up to ten. Until he finds a secret counting tool, right at hand. Alona Frankel’s work is translated internationally and has been exhibited around the world. She has won awards including an IBBY Honor (1982) and the Prime Minister’s Prize (2014).
Board Book / 200 x 200 / 24 pages / Kinneret Publishing