Tag Archives: Paike ja Pilv

PIPES

Written by Liis Kivirand and illustrated by Pamela Samel

Tubes are everywhere: beneath the sink, inside rolls of toilet paper, and attached to vacuum cleaners. If you look closely, then even your pants are tubes. There are even tubes inside your own body: take your nostrils, for instance! But what do you think might be the longest tube in the world?

Hardback / 170 x 170 mm / 24 pages / Paike Ja Pilv

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ENDEL AND KATI

Written by Kadri Kiho & illustrated by Stella Salumaa

When Endel the bus driver crossed the parking lot to work that morning, as cheerful as he ever was on a Thursday, he had no idea that day would be quite different. Whenever Endel put the bus into gear, Kati would announce the stops through the speakers in a mellow but confident tone. Yet, on this warm summer morning, something was very  wrong. Kati didn’t respond when Endel said hello.

Hardback / 200 x 250 mm / 42 pages / Paike Ja Pilv

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SCARECROW IS LOOKING FOR A JOB

written by Monika Undo & illustrated by Elina Sildre

Hugo works as a scarecrow in the garden and scares birds away from beds, bushes and cherry trees. The ragged-looking Hugo is feared and made fun of. One day, Hugo decides he doesn’t want to scare anyone anymore. But where can you find a new job if you can’t do anything but scare birds and play the harmonica?

Hardback / 200 x 250 mm / 32 pages / Paike Ja Pilv

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Tiny 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

Join The Skeleton’s Going-Ons

Written by Triinu Laan and Illustrated by Marja-Liisa Plats

When the skeleton John retires from the anatomy class of a large school, Grams and Gramps take him to live with them. There, the skeleton’s real life began!

All the inhabitants of the forest farm seem to believe that everyone, including skeletons, is worthy of a free and wild childhood and old age.

Rights sold: Czech, Lithuanian and Latvian

Hardback / 180cm x 260cm / 32 pages / Paike Ja Pilv

The Bumblebee Waits For Rain

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

Our Big Tree

Written by Indrek Koff and Illustrated by Louise Duneton

A large tree grows in front of a young boy’s house. During the day it gives shade and, at night, it is like a good giant who protects the house. There is also a hole in the tree, where one can whisper secrets. The boy sees the tree as a silent member of his family, without whom not one day passes by.

Hardback / 230 x 270 cm / 52 pages / Paike ja Pilv

The Big Knight

Written and Illustrated by Kristi Kangilaski

If the king gives you a sword and a shield and asks you to protect the queen, then that is exactly what you have to do! Even though the dragons, trolls and highway robbers are pretty scary…A charming story about a a child’s desire to grow up whilst remaining a kid at heart.

Rights Sold: Korean and Simplified Chinese

Hardback / 190 x 250 cm / 32 pages / Paike Ja Pilv

 

Where Did You Find It?

written by Urmas Reinmaa and illustrated by Ulla Saar

A stunning picture book about a young girl, Anni, who keeps finding lost items and goes in search of their owners and experiences new encounters on her way. Ulla is a talented illustrator who lives in Estonia in a little grey wooden house with her son and her cat.

Hardback / 250 x 250 / 40 pages / Paike Ja Pilv

Where Did You Find It?

written by Urmas Reinmaa and illustrated by Ulla Saar

A stunning picture book about a young girl, Anni, who keeps finding lost items and goes in search of their owners and experiences new encounters along the way. Ulla is a talented illustrator who lives in Estonia in a little grey wooden house with her son and her cat.

Paperback / 250 x 210 / 32 pages / Paike ja Pilv