Category Archives: Non-Fiction

Plants Love Poop!

Written by Kristina Henkel & Illustrated by Linda Blåfors Carlsson

A fun book that explores the wonders of plant care by diving into questions like, “Why are worms good?” and “How much water makes plants happy?” Learning about how vegetation grows is equivalent to learning about life! This book teaches children about the important topics of ecology and climate.

Paperback / 180 x 270 cm / 100 pages / Olika Forlag

Knock, Knock, Knock Coding Series (7 titles)

A series of 7 picture books teaching readers about computer programming through every day problem-solving. These books encourage readers to improve their critical and logical thinking. The series uses cute characters to engage readers and teach them about different computer related subjects.

Hardback / 215 x 240 / 44 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig

Cool Kids Project (17 titles)

A series of 17 titles split according to four themes:
Growth and Independence
Personality and Sociality
Experience and Travel
Coexistence and Respect

These books provide advice and useful tips from experts in the field as well as individual projects for readers to complete at the end of each book. Readers are inspired to find their own areas of interest while building their knowledge and personalities.

Hardback / 200 x 250 / 96 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig

Hercyclopedia

written and illustrated by Janaina Tokitaka

This is a very different alphabet book. Each biographical story is presented in the form of a humorous little tale about the women portrayed. Discover the history of the English biologist Margaret Fountaine, French chef Eugénie Brazier and many other incredible professionals.

Paperback / 210 x 270 / 64 pages / Companhias das Letras

Mamut Listo

MAMUT LISTO is a comics collection about science and scientists because without them life would be very different! Meet Carl Friedrich Gauss, Archimedes and Emmy Noether. Next Santiago Selvi Nácher.

Comic / 240 x 170 / 64 pages / Mamut Comics

Frida Kahlo

written and illustrated by Marion Besnard and Quitterie Laborde

Frida Kahlo is a perfect addition to the MY HEROINES SERIES – featuring strong and independent women who have marked history. Each title focusses on a specific moment in these women’s lives and is rich in information and facts that have been checked by history specialists.  

Hardback / 160 x 230 / 48 pages / Orso Editions

Body’s ABC

written by Lina Boozon Ekberg, Eva Emmelin & Linda Madsen and illustrated by Alaya Vindelman

The Body’s ABC is an ABC book about the human body, offering descriptions and explanations of a number of bodily functions, emotions and parts. Fun and educational.

Paperback / 210 x 210 / 56 pages / Olika Forlag

The Seed

written and illustrated by Ewa Podleś-Virette

 

Would you like to find out about seeds – what they look like, how they are used as spices (kitchen, cafe), how they are sold (market) or processed (oils)? An informative book for the whole family.  

Rights sold: Estonian

Hardback / 208 x 288 / 32 pages / Dwukropek

A Song for Each Emotion

written by Susanna Isern and illustrated by Mónica Carretero with songs by Javier Ferrero

Shall we sing the song of anger? Or the one of joy, sadness, jealousy, envy, fear, surprise, love, disgust or shame? Ah! And of course we also have a song for our great researcher, Inspector Drilo. And another one for the Emotionometer!

Rights sold: Ukrainian, Italian & Polish

Hardback / 275 x 255 / 60 pages / NubeOcho

The Seed Hat

written by Sima Özkan and illustrated by Kübra Teber

When a young girl’s hat full of seeds flies away, the seeds spread out everywhere. Discover what comes out of these seeds and when to eat which vegetables and fruits. Each fruit and vegetable is introduced with its seed, flower and fruit. An instructive book about healthy and seasonal eating.

Paperback / 270 x 185 / 40 pages / Redhouse Kidz