written by Deirdre Matthee & illustrated by Maria Lebedeva
Penguin and Bear are friends. They do not need many words; they understand each other. They like playing together, running and exploring and jumping and tumbling, especially if it involves sticks and water. They also enjoy football and breakdancing and eating cookies and are really good at it. Paperback / 240 x 175 / 32pp / Bumble Books
written by Kirsty Paxton & illustrated by Megan Lötter
What if your drawings magically came to life only to have the character turn out to be a rather demanding art critic! In this tale we follow an imaginative child who draws a giraffe out of chalk and is surprised when her creation comes
written by Jung Chang-hoon & illustrated by Jang Ho The moon shines in the dark sky after the sun has disappeared. It is the nearest world from the Earth. It doesn’t shine by itself, unlike the Sun. Find out lots of exciting facts about the moon in this stunning book.
RIGHTS SOLD: French, Portuguese (Br), Germany & Simplified Chinese
written by Jeongmin Shin & illustrated by Sookeun Shim
Jinee is scared to feed the dog. It seems like there is someone in the deep, dark night. Jinee doesn’t even want to go out when it rains. One day, a big dinosaur appears in front of Jinee and starts accompanying him everywhere.
written by Alexander Eichhorn and illustrated by Birgit Schössow
Most of the classic Yoga exercises – Asanas – are named after animals. And indeed, many of them are self-explanatory: The cat arches its back, the cobra raises its upper body and the lion roars. In a playful way, children are introduced to yoga-positions which support body awareness, concentration and fantasy.
written by Andrea Schomburg & illustrated by Dorothee Mahnkopf Why sport is great? That’s obvious: Because there is so much more to it than the aspect of winning: It is fun no matter whether you are sporty or not. From the trampoline to the moon it is just one jump and the clim-bing wall turns into Mount Everest…
written by Jochen Till & illustrated by Zapf When the porcupine catches a glimpse of an island with corn, he is determined to do anything it takes to reach the island and enjoy his corn cob. A funny empowering sequel to I WANT TO COMFORT YOU – 20,000 copies sold.
written by Dita Zipfel & illustrated by Mateo Dineen
Monsta is frustrated. It has moved in under the child’s bed in order to scare it every night. So Monsta roars, rumbles, bares its teeth, makes its bones cracks and practices 47 monster looks. But nothing! The child even snores and smiles in its sleep.
RIGHTS SOLD:Norwegian, Romanian, Slovenian, Russian & Estonian
written by Özge Bahar Sunar & illustrated by Uğur Altun When it starts raining, everybody runs away. The Rain, upset to see that people are annoyed by its presence, vows that it will not rain anymore and stays on the ground. Lakes dry out, green pastures turn yellow, and people are exhausted from the heat. Everything changes when the Rain meets a hearing-impaired little girl who loves dancing to the sound of rain drops.
RIGHTS SOLD: French (World)
Paperback / 215 x 280 mm / 32 pages / Redhouse Kidz
written by Anne Loyer & illustrated by Chiara Arsego Loli has a secret: when you go to the watchmaker on PassingTime street, if you turn the key twice the giant dial opens up. And inside, everything is magical. With every tick-tock comes a new memory, a laugh and dreams have no limits.
Hardback / 240 x 320 mm / 40 pages / Les P’tits Berets