Category Archives: Non Fiction

KEEPING UP WITH FOOTBALL

Jennifer Wegerup & Jenny Karlsson

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.

Olika Forlag / 200 x 200 / 124 pages

World except Swedish

THE AIR AROUND US

Sun-hwa Lim & Hyeon-suk Cho

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

HOTELS OF GERMS

Kim Mi-hye & Oh Seung-min

Can you see me? I’m long and chubby. I live inside a large hotel that moves all the time. I’m a colon bacillus I live on the middle floor of the hotel. Inside the dark and curvy large intestine of yours!

Woongjin Thinkbig / 270 x 215 / 44 pages

World except Korean, Complex Chinese, Simplified Chinese & Indonesian

THE HOLIDAY BOOK

Johanna Ivarsson, Karin Salmson, Emil Åkerö & Maija Hurme

Children think big thoughts and ask big questions. The mutual aspect of the many holidays in a year, both religious and cultural ones, is to give an opportunity to think together. An inclusive handbook that reminds us about the mutuality in our holidays and what it means to be human!

Olika Forlag /180×270; 270p

World excl. Swedish

GREAT PEOPLE SERIES

Marcin Jamkowski & Maciej Szymanowicz/Karol Banach

THE GREAT PEOPLE is a series dedicated to prominent figures in world history.THE GREAT EXPLORERS presents twenty-six travelers and the background for their biggest geographical discoveries. in THE GREAT INVENTORS the author introduces people from the past and present whose inventions changed the world and in THE GREAT SCIENTISTS we met the world’s most outstanding scientists and thinkers.

250 x 290 / 128p 

World except Polish & Czech

Coco Chanel – MY HEROINES SERIES

Marion Besnard & various

The collection MY HEROINES offer a journey through the lives of women who influenced History. Their lives changed the fate of countries, contributed to major advancements and discoveries. Each book focuses on a period of their lives. In the series; CLEOPATRA, COCO CHANEL, LUCIE AUBRAC, ALEXANDRA DAVID-NEEL and soon SIMONE VEIL.

Who Invented School, Anyway?

written by Shoham Smith & illustrated by Einat Tsarfati

In a few weeks, days, or even tomorrow, you will go for the first time to a place that will become an important part of your life for years – school. This book will tell you about who invented school, when and why. How did school look like in the past? Do all the schools around the world look the same?

Kinneret Zmora-Bitan Dvir / 255 x 195 / 80pp

World except Hebrew, Korean, Simplified & Complex Chinese

THE BRAVE TURTLE

written by B. D. Harris & illustrated by Megan Bird
Late one night, Sam rolls off her bed and splash! Her entire room has flooded! Not just her room, but the whole house is filling up with water as the world floods outside. Confused and cold, Sam is rescued by a wise, little turtle called Neville, who takes her along the beautiful underwater highway, teaching her the ways of this watery world. Continue reading

PHILOSOPHY FOR CHILDREN SERIES

written by Özge Özedemir & illustrated by Ezgi Platin

A series of four books that gives children the perspective to think about everyday problems, evaluate situations and understand common concepts. In each book, students gather at the philosophy club, they listen to a mythological story and then they debate about a specific topic related to that story…

Redhouse Kidz / 120 x 180 mm / 40 pages

World except Turkish

ALEXANDRA DAVID-NÉEL

written by Marion Besnard & illustrated by Vivilablonde

Alexandra David-Néel was born in 1868 in Saint-Mandé, France. She was a Belgian–French explorer, spiritualist, Buddhist and the first European woman to stay in Lhassa, Tibet, in 1924. My Heroines seriesoffers to discover the fate of women who changed the History of Mankind. Their journeys are a testimony of great courage and a contribution to major changes. In the series Lucie Aubrac and coming soon Coco Chanel and Cleopatra.

Hardback / 160 x 230 / 48 pp / Editions les P’tits Bérets