Category Archives: Fiction


Written by Valentina Brüning

Just as things are finally going well for Fritzi, Jannik thinks that they need to “talk.“ Fritzi fears for her relationship with her first “real boyfriend”. Has she done something wrong? And Fritzi’s parents are having their first real crisis and want to start family therapy.

Hardback / 148 x 210 mm  / 224 pages / Tulipan Verlag




Written by Kai Pannen

It’s spring and spider Carl and house-fly Bisy decide to leave the tropics and set sail to a more tempered climate. But instead of bobbing across the water with a light breeze, a fierce storm comes up and the high waves wash all the supplies, the compass and the sea chart overboard.

Hardback / 148 x 210 mm  / 224 pages / Tulipan Verlag


Written by Sigrid Zeevaert

Jella, an old friend of Greta’s mother, has invited them to spend a few days in their summer house. Jonah, Jella’s son, gives Greta the cold shoulder and disappears for hours at a time. Another day, he defends Greta as the boys try to make fun of her. A story about exclusion, racism and first love by award-winner Sigrid Zeevaert.

Hardback / 148 x 210 mm / 240 pages / Tulipan Verlag




Written by Donika Rizova and Illustrated by Mira Miroslavova

Believe it or not, a real dragon lives in the rocks above the ancient town of Banyalbufar! His name is Rintie, and he loves spaghetti and apples. But most of all, Rintie likes to be with her friend Greg – the boy who follows his heart and therefore sees what is invisible to adults.

Hardback / 170cm x 245cm / 144 pages / Marmot Books



Written and Illustrated by John Young

Terminally ill Connor Lambert sets off on a crazy road trip. A fresh and bold debut novel full of heart, guts and raw emotion. Combining the authenticity of John Green with the energy of Irvine Welsh, this debut will have teens hooked. Winner of the Scottish Teenage Book Prize 2019 and Longlisted for the Branford Boase Award.

Paperback / 198 x 130 / 288pp / Floris Books



Written by David MacPhail and illustrated by Richard Morgan

Thorfinn the Nicest Viking is a funny, illustrated, action-packed series for young readers set in a world where manners mean nothing, and politeness is pointless! In the first book, Thorfinn’s dad, the rough tough village chief, decides it’s time for Thorfinn to earn his gruesome Viking name.

Paperback / 197 x 158 mm / 152 pages / Floris Books




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 Leone Milton, Marie Tomičić and illustrated by Emili Svensson

What happens when you start changing the world around you instead of yourself? Much of what creates fear and anxiety has to do with our society.

By looking at structures and norms and showing what tools are available for change, anxiety and frustration can be turned into faith in the future and meaningfulness. Sequel to TAKE CHARGE: BECAUSE IT WORKS.

Hardback / 145 x 190 mm / 296 pages / Olika Förlag


written by Peppe Öhman and illustrated by Rana Kadry

When dad says that he can’t go to the beach as he promised, Adnan gets angry. Why are his parents always so tired? Adnan decides to go on his own, even though he knows he can’t. And it’s lucky, because otherwise no one would have heard the beep from the ditch. ADNAN’S SECRET is published in collaboration with the Red Cross war treatment center. The traumas from war can seriously damage a person, but with the right treatment, the chances of moving on, can increase. 

Hardback / 155 x 215 mm / 103 pages / Olika Forlag