Written and Illustrated by Constanze Guhr
Everyone knows them: butterflies, bumblebees, ants, dragonflies or fireflies. But before they take on their familiar shapes, they lead a very different life that is usually unknown to most of us. MAGIC METAMORPHOSIS allow us to take a peek into a bumblebee’s nest, an ant hill or underneath the surface of a lake and witness insects’ diverse and fascinating transformation.
Rights sold: Estonian
Hardback / 210 x 280 mm / 40 pages / Tulipan Verlag
Written and Illustrated by Emily House
When Earth feels unwell, she goes to the doctor to ask for help. What the doctor prescribes seems impossible to Earth, until she wakes the next day to find a surprising change! A modern fable inspired by recent events.
RIGHTS SOLD: Korean
Paperback/ 210 x 280 mm / 32 pages / Imagnary House
Written by Bailey Bezuidenhout and illustrated by Maria Lebedeva
This is a story about trees. A little girl wonders through a forest and asks questions about trees. She runs her hands along their trunks, the lines in the bark so different to her, yet somewhat familiar. Like trees, we are a culmination of our memories, and of our future.
Rights sold: Korean, German & Spanish
Paperback / 210 x 280/ 36pp / Imagnary House
Written and Illustrated by Kertu Sillaste
Once upon a time, a moose, a lion, a rooster, a snake, a mouse, a dragon, and an elephant ate, drank, played ball, and hung out. One day, the weather turned frightful. The rooster, dragon, elephant, lion, moose, mouse, and snake spotted a little house on a hill.
Picture Book / 210 x 210 / 32 pages / Paike ja Pilv
written and illustrated by Aline Abreu
In this book, readers will discover many kinds of animals – a very knowledgeable toucan, a monkey in hiding and even a penguin who is running late. They are all waiting to be found on these amusingly illustrated pages. And the question is: did you find it?
Paperback / 205 x 250 / 32 pages / Companhias das Letras
written and illustrated by Bruno Nunes Coelho
Following the daily life of an island in the middle of the ocean, I AM AN ISLAND offers a touching reflection on the state of being alone without necessarily being lonely. The island may be standing alone in the vastness of the ocean but it has company – a variety of companions swim, fly and sail past.
Bruno Nunes Coelho is a Brazilian visual artist and musician. He has won various awards for his work including the if Design Award (Germany, 2018), the International Latino Book Awards (USA, 2017), the Bid Dimad – Bienal Iberoamericana de Design (Spain, 2016) and more.
Paperback / 200 x 250 / 52 pages / Bruno Nunes Coelho
Written and Illustrated by Lee Gee Eun
Gee-Eun spends most of her time with her grandmother. Her mum is too busy working full-time to take care of her most days. In this autobiographical picture book, the author offers readers a deeply touching view of her precious guardian, the grandma mum.
Written and illustrated by the winner of the Bologna Ragazzi 2021 Comics Early Reader Award
Hardback / 262cm x 220cm / 40 pages / Woongjin Thinkbig
Written by Susanna Isern and Illustrated by Leire Salaberria
To impress his friends, Fox lies about knowing the superhero, Superturtle. As one lie leads to another, he no longer knows what to do. Will he finally tell the truth when his lies put Squirrel in danger?
Companion title to RACCOON WANTS TO BE FIRST.
Hardback / 245cm x 210cm / 44 pages / NubeOcho
Written by Tia Navi and Illustrated by Regina Lukk – Toompere
Little bumblebee’s stomach was very empty, but there were wasn’t a single tuft of dandelion anywhere in sight. Nor were there any clusters of clover or daisy blossoms to land on for a little snack. That is, until little bumblebee found the flowers on Oscar’s balcony. During the summer little bumblebee becomes acquainted to Oscar and to all the plants that are left under little bumblebee’s watch.
Hardback / 180cm x 260 cm / 32 pages / Paike Ja Pilv
Written and Illustrated by Maya Shleifer
Once, a long time ago, there was a giant. He was so big that he barely fit inside his own house! Going outside was almost impossible. There was no room for anyone else in his house, not even a bug. One day the giant decided to look for a new home. He was joined in his search by his new spider friend. A profound story of friendship, kindness and beauty of nature.