Foreign Rights List
Sleep, Kitty, Sleep!
Schlaf, Kater, schlaf!
Cat is not amused that he keeps being so brutally awoken. Antje Damm has created
a sassy, interactive book for falling asleep. A new surprise waits at the
turn of every page - but we won't give away here who ends up falling asleep (or
Sold to China, Spain and US (English world rights)
Rascal Children At Christmas
Räuberkinder feiern Weihnachten
Rights sold to South Africa
Count yourself to Bed, little brat
Zähl dich nett ins Bett
Daniela Kulot’s fanciful counting and bedtime book invites reading aloud and rhyming together and teaches easy counting from 1 to 12.
A reference column on the left side of the page explains the numbers with digits, words, and pictures. Here even very small children can develop a sense for quantities.
Besides, who says that you have to count sheep to fall asleep?
Rights sold to Chile, Czech Republic, Spain, Brazil and China
Up the wooden Hills to Bedfordshire - Rhyme-wise
Reim dich nett ins Bett
Kids just love rhymes, especially when read to them by a grown-up. This book invites you to read the rhymes aloud, and to make up a few of your own. What’s more, its colourful, imaginative pages just bristle with all kinds of funny little surprising details which children will discover with glee. To round things off, the icon bar on the left page provides a beginner’s pictorial dictionary listing each of the rhyming words next to a picture of the object referred to.
A wonderful bedtime book, one to be read aloud to the kids and a cornucopia of rhymes, all rolled into one – makes going to bed fun three times over!
Rhyme your way through the rest of the year too!
Reim dich durch den Januar und den Rest vom ganzen Jahr
In January, bears sleep in their caves deep under the snow.
In May the trees blossom and in August it’s so hot and sunny that the tomcat can do nothing but sit lazily under a tree and dream of raspberry ice cream.
A book that helps the very small ones to learn the months and seasons!
Was ist das?
Bestselling author Antje Damm’s drawings, collages and photographs make up a surprising question-and-answer game, daring us to guess the things-behind-the things. A picture book to keep you guessing, playing or just plain fantasizing – and not for children only either. What’s that? Little children never get tired of asking that question. Antje Damm’s new book leads us a merry dance of pictures that leave you guessing what hides beneath.
22 objects that every child knows are transformed into animals. The pictures invite to a dialogue with the most diverse materials. By looking at them children may learn by and by to realize connections between various shapes and colours, and to devise picture puzzles of their own.
And its twice the fun when Mom and Dad are there to help!
An activity book that makes fun to learn facts about your body.
Look at the pictures , read aloud, rhyme along, and play together!
Rights sold to Denmark and Norway
Yvonne Hergane, Sabine Lohf
1,2,3,...A Sack Full of Buttons
1, 2, 3...ein Sack voller Knöpfe
fight. On each day of advent a button is added, until 24 of them decorate the Christmas tree.
Sabine Lohf has created tongue-in-cheek illustrations for Yvonne Hergane’s clever rhymes. This book is not only great for counting but also offers many colourful ideas for Christmas time: making button garlands, painting wishlists, polishing Santa’s boots, and much more.
Rights sold to France
Curls, bangs and ponytails
Locken, Pony, Pferdeschwanz und jede Menge Firlefanz
A battle helmet with a spike.
Stylish Annie wears her hair
As if she kept a garden there.”
Even little children love to make fun of others’ hair. But whether it’s short or long hair, what really matters is what’s inside, not on top of, one’s head. Here’s a whimsical picture book about funny “do’s” and comical “cuts”. Join in and rhyme along!
Where does a Flea pee?
Wie und wo geht der Floh aufs Klo?
An important topic for young children, presented with humor and with brightly colored, sometimes surprising, illustrations by Daniela Kulot
Rights sold to Italy and Spain (Spanish and Catalan)
Lea learns to tie her shoes
Lea lernt Schleife binden
A Crime in Eden 1919
Tatort Eden 1919
A Crime in Eden in 1919 – a genuine political crime story begins. But modern-day Berlin is also very exciting: As the son of an African, Biko is presumed to be one of the many refugees who've arrived in the city. And all of a sudden, he finds that there is much more at stake than his dream of being a performer ...
I Was Sitting in My Room One Night...
Ich war einmal abends...
the door. Now, who might it be …. my friend!“
Now, that’s as snug and promising a beginning to a never-ending book as one could
wish for, isn’t it? The bear gets a visit from the fox, who is in turn visited by the
hare, the squirrel goes to see the hare and is visited by the owl. And the owl? Well,
the owl is comfortably ensconced in her wing chair knitting happily away until
Kingdom come. But who could ever be in need of such a long scarf as this? Well, if it
isn’t her friend, the big brown bear, whom we’ve already met at the very beginning!
Henrike Wilson’s cosy pictures tell a story that is no less exciting for being simple,
and which never really comes to an end. Not only will the readers enjoy guessing
who it might be now knocking on the door, but they’ll be amazed at what all those
animals of the forest will get up to of a night, how and where they live, and how glad
they are to have their friends over. This is a great book about friendship, and about
the art of storytelling - you couldn’t ask more for a bedtime story!
Right sold to China, Faroe Islands, Hungary, Korea, The Netherlands/Belgium, Slovenia and Spain
Soon You'll be Well Again, Little Cat!
Bald bist du gesund, kleine Katze!
The cat is sick,
Lies weak on the bed,
Her toes hurt,
And so does her head . . .
Everyone gets sick sometimes, whether they're small or grown up. What we need then, above all, is a little bit of comforting - from someone who'll hug us, love us, warm us up and take us in their arms.
A book for reading together, to give as a get-well gift, as heart-warming as a hug
Rotraut Susanne Berner
Monika and Mingus
Monika und Mingus
Rights sold to Korea
Rotraut Susanne Berner
Armin the bookseller
Armin, der Buchhändler
It doesn‘t matter what distinguishes us from one another—there are many more things that bind us together. Whether eating, playing, laughing or hanging around, it‘s much more fun to do things together!
This book‘s sassy rhymes and colorful, detailed pictures invite reading aloud and rhyming, looking and laughing— and ideally together! A book about friendship, tolerance, and solidarity.
Rights sold to Czech Republic, China, Denmark, Brazil, Spain and Norway
The Green Sea Turtle
Die Grüne Meeresschildkröte
She mates with a male sea turtle off the shores of Raine Island and makes her way to the beach to lay her eggs.
A couple of weeks later, in the middle of the night, something’s moving in the sand…
Rights sold to USA (English World Rights) and Denmark
Animals in the City
Tiere in der Stadt
Rights sold to China