For Peckie, the oxpecker, Jimmy the rinho, is the biggest hero. Together they experience countless adventures and Peckie can no longer imagine a life without his Jimmy grows weaker and one day he settles down forever. Peckie makes new friends and never tires of telling stories of Jimmy. By the author of the best seller The Story of The Little Mole.
written by Petra Postert When Josy’s grandfather passes away, she inherits his beehive. At first, Josy is confused. Bees have not exactly been her favourite pets up to now. But after a while, with the help of the elderly Alma, her grandfather’s friend, she discovers her love for the little buzzing creatures. Shortlisted for the French- German Youth Literature Prize 2018.
written & illustrated by Kai Pannen Ugulu is bored – together with his sister Mim, he always has to collect mushrooms for the winter because his family thinks that he is too slim to go hunting. As Ugulu decides to build a trap to catch a mammoth, Rondur, the leader of the clan, falls inside the hole. And as the siblings find a little wolf and take it home, Rondur is even less amused.
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.
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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.
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.
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.