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written by Inka Pabst & illustrate by Mehrdad Zaeri

Peppi likes spending most of her time with grandma. But one day Peppi noticed something strange. It happened when they were playing French skipping. Normally, Peppi only managed to jump hip-high, as when the rope is on Grandma’s hip it reaches up to Peppi’s neck. But on that day, it only reached up until the belly. 

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written by Jutta Nymphius & illustrated by Susanne Göhlich

Maja needs to spend the night alone in hospital after falling from the swing. Even worse, the girl she is sharing the room with is crying and complaining. When later in the evening, something is moving outside the window, both girls get scared. It is a white cat which is trying to shelter form the rain. But are cats allowed in hospitals? A small adventure begins in which the girls slowly start to get to know each other.

Hardback / 192 x 135 / 64 pp / Tulipan Verlag 


The Man Who Wanted to be a Flower

written by Anja Tuckermann & illustrated by Mehrdad Zaeri & Uli Krappen 
A man starts to dream that he is no longer a man going to work everyday but a flower. First he is a dandelion swinging in the wind, a red poppy with petals as soft as silk until he finally turns into a man again and dresses as a flower.

Hardback / 220 x 220 / 32pp / Tulipan Verlag




written by Regina Schwarz & illustrated by Julia Dürr
Come on let’s go travelling and pack every little thing… From the picnic fork to the striped pants. From the cereal bowl to the trombone. In the end everyone has to sit on the suitcase to close it. But crash-bang-boom the suitcase explodes and we have to start afresh.

Hardback / 230 x 250  / 36 pp / Tulipan Verlag


written by Barbara Rose & illustrated by Volker Fredrich
Aunt Lizzy is coming over. Leo likes aunt Lizzie
because she laughs a lot, but he doesn’t like her big mouth with red lipstick. ‘Give me a
kiss, little Leo,’ says aunt Lizzy pursing her lips. ‘Nope!’, Leo says, ‘I don’t want to.’ A fun story about kids’ deepest nightmare – giving a kiss!!

Hardback / 230 x 250 / 36 pp / Tulipan Verlag

The Bird who Forgot his Song

written & illustrated by Hendrik Jonas

When it gets warm during springtime the birds sing and chirp in order to attract a partner. But it was different with little bird who couldn’t remember his mating song. A lovely story about difference and identity.

Hardback / 215 x 200 / Tulipan Verlag





written and illustrated by Yayo Kawamura
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?
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Mr Huth’s Hat is to Blame

written by Jochen Till & illustrated by Daniel Djanie

A long time ago a small bird named Hugo had to urgently go to the toilet. Unfortunately, it landed on Mr Huth’s hat. Hugo wanted to apologise but when Mr. Huth saw the mishap on his hat, he was angry and insulted Hugo. And as a revenge, the birds had a nasty plan. Hardback / 220 x 220 / 36 pages / Tulipan Verlag



Pale Hannes

written & illustrated by Steffen Gumpert

When Joris learns that his biologist parents are planning to spend a few days on a desolate island, he is everything but enthusiastic. They want to research birds and plants and Joris has to join them. On board the ship that takes them to the small island, the Captain tells Joris that there is a ghost that has scared many tourists almost to death. Joris is thrilled and decides to track the ghost. A creepy-exciting graphic novel for small adventurers and ghost fans.

RIGHTS SOLD: Spanish (Latin America)

Paperback / 170 x 245 / 64 pages / Tulipan Verlag

Awfully Nice Things

written & illustrated by Miriam Zedelius
A witty wordless book featuring short scenes from daily life – family luck, counting sheep to fall asleep, love letter … with a funny and unexpected twist. Miriam Zedelius studied illustration in Liepzig and Granada.

Hardback / 195 x 180 / 64 pages / Tulipan Verlag