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Written and Illustrated by Jeong-sun Go

When the puma stepped out of the door, did he know that it would be his first and last outing? What do the four seasons mean to a polar bear tired of the heat? How does it feel to say goodbye to animals that lost their fame due to human pursuing selfishness and convenience.

Hardback / 215 x 306 mm / 48 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig



Written and Illustrated by So-ri Kim

Vroom! Vroom! A delightful jungle bus leaves for an unpredictable journey. On the way home, a girl gets on the wrong bus due to a snake’s trick. The bus is crowded with unusual passengers, including a cheetah as the driver, a sloth, a naughty monkey, a big bear, and so on. Winner of the 4th Woongjin Junior Picture Book Contest.

Hardback / 202 x 288 mm / 40 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig



Written and Illustrated by Lim Hyoyoung

Shiha was raised with lots of love. He was loved not only by his mum and dad but also by his grandma and uncle and the lady next door and the man at the bakery, too.. As time passed, Shiha grew older, and his parents grew busier. A little hole grew into his little heart longing for this moment of bliss when he was a baby.

Rights sold:  Simplified and Complex Chinese

Hardback / 220 x 260 mm / 40 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig


Written and Illustrated by Min-woo Kim

A young boy wants to hang out with his older brother and friends, but he can’t keep up on his small bicycle. On his way back home feeling upset, he finds a snail slowly climbing up a tree. By going at his own pace, the young boy gets to see a beautiful scenery that he would have missed if he had just followed his brother and friends

Rights sold: English, French Spanish, Catalan, Japanese and Simplified Chinese

Hardback / 218 x 218 / 44 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig


Written and Illustrated by Yoon-leaf Nam

A dinosaur who wants to be a great dinosaur with shiny teeth, sharp claws, muscles and a blazing look. A great dinosaur also likes to help, tiptoes not to scare others, and listen carefully his friends’ stories. A charming story with a twist.

Rights sold: French and Complex Chinese

Hardback / 200 x 200 mm / 48 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig


written and Illustrated by Lee Gee Eun

Once upon a time, there was a tiger who liked to scare other animals. One day, a dandelion fell from the sky and got stuck to his tail. From then on, they were stuck together. The dandelion greeted everyone and loved to help others, which annoyed the tiger – at least at first. By the winner of the 2021 Bologna Ragazzi Award in the Comics – Early Readers category. 

Rights sold: English, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Simplified and Complex Chinese

Hardback / 210 x 270 mm / 72 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig


Written by Jutta Nymphius

Karli is annoyed. His father really thinks he can take part in a wheelchair race with his old, crappy wheelchair. His mother tries to invent useful devices instead of doing the household. Why can’t people around him be as “normal” and average as his best friend Robin and his family?

Jutta Nymphius has enthused us with her ability to absolutely believably describe the world through the eyes of a pubescent boy. At the same time, she equips this world with all kinds of supposed obstacles, which later turn out to be nothing more than reality [… ].From the of the jury for the Hamburg Literature Award 2021

Hardback / 148 x 210 / 200 pages / Tulipan Verlag 12+




Written by Salah Naoura and Illustrated by Britta Teckentrup

Mrs. Suzette lives in a house on a bridge. She loves to play the flute and she has a good heart. When one day, she finds a little boy, she takes him in and raises him. Bastian turns out to become just as good-hearted as Suzette.

Over time, he saves a dog, a parrot, a goat and other animals. But as the house gets louder and louder, the neighbours are getting increasingly annoyed.

Rights sold: French, Dutch and Portuguese

Hardback / 210 x 280 mm / 32 pages / Tulipan Verlag


Written by Bettina Obrecht and Illustrated by Julie Völk

Grandma, what is it like to be old? While you like laughing or dancing or singing no matter how old you are, other things like the perception of time or expectations you have might be different depending on your age. In a dialogue between grandchild and grandmother, Bettina Obrecht raises philosophical questions about age.

Rights sold: Korean, Simplified and Complex Chinese

Hardback / 210 x 280 mm / 40 pages / Tulipan Verlag


Written and Illustrated by Antje Damm

A lady walks her dog. Everything is peaceful. Until the dog senses something and pulls the leash – triggering a chain reaction in the most literal sense. By award-winner Antje Damm: Prix Chronos, The Ten 2018 New York Times/New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children’s Books, White Ravens 2021.

Board Book / 200 x  200 mm / 30 pages / Tulipan Verlag