written and illustrated by Valentina Brüning
Rita’s 10th birthday is just around the corner – she will have a big party and her Dad who lives in Spain will come to see Rita and her Mum. But all of her plans go down the tube when Rita’s Mum suddenly shows up with a new boyfriend with his three annoying sons.
Hardback / 148 x 210 / 160 pages / Tulipan Verlag
written and illustrated by Jutta Nymphius & Julia Christians
Seven-year-old Thea lives her guinea pig Frodo more than anything. However, Frodo is already old, and Thea knows that it might pass away soon. Thea’s mother, father and brother are quite upset when they detect the animal corpse in the cage.
Hardback / 135 x 192 / 64 pages / Tulipan Verlag
written and illustrated by Jutta Nymphus
Kay seems to be out of favour with everyone and since his father has lost his job, it isn’t pleasant at home. As he is almost suspended from school, his German teacher wants to give him a last chance. From now on, Kay needs to take care of a special-needs child, Greta.
Hardback / 148 x 210 / 144 pages / Tulipan Verlag
written by Lisa Broberg
Rakel’s friends are the best at keeping secrets. Yet, she can’t tell them everything. Nour lives in Västervik with her new family and Rakel and Tove remained in Stockholm. All the best places are there – the graveyard and the place for guitar lessons. And home is good too, of course, even if they don’t even have a hamster. Just tired fishes in a tank. And a secret, that weighs several tons.
Paperback / 135 x 210 / 192 pages / Olika Förlag
written and illustrated by Stela Barbieri & Fernando Vilela
Because of a witch’s spell and her hidden book of magic, twins Bento and Manu go on a journey through the world of fairy tales. They meet Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel, Hansel and Gretel, and other characters. But all of these unexpected and exciting encounters don’t seem to be enough because what they really dreamed of was to meet a special friend of their grandmother’s: the witch Abdula.
Paperback / 210 x 370 / 48 pages / Companhias Das Letrinhas
written and illustrated by Mauricio Negro
Ten stories about some of the indigenous peoples of Brazil and Latin America filled with fantastical elements that take the reader to a world in which rivers, trees and waterfalls have their own powers and where nothing is impossible. A captivating read!
Paperback / 155 x 255 / 144 pages / Companhias Das Letrinhas
written by Marcin Pałasz and illustrated by Justyna Hołubowska
A beautifully illustrated book about taking care of the world, children, animals and nature. We follow the Spicacious family in their daily life and discover the the Red List of Threatened Species, how to separate garbage or how each of us can save water and many more interesting facts.
Paperback / 160 x 235 / 176 pages / Dwukropek
written and illustrated 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.
Rights Sold: Dutch & Latvian
Hardback / 148 x 210 / 192 pages / Tulipan Verlag
written by Reeli Reinaus & illustrated by Marja-Liisa Plats
Twelve-year-old Marius and his older brother Martin recently moved to the countryside with their parents. Martin, who is very sociable, has already found a lot of friends, but Marius just can’t seem to fit in. Yet when the boy meets Lisa, a loner, at school, the adventures begin with no further ado. WHITE RAVENS 2018.
RIGHTS SOLD: Latvian
Hardback / 172 x 216 / 220 pages / Paike Ja Pilv