Daniela Kulot: Zusammen!
Daniela Kulot

Together!

Zusammen!
Everyone, whether big or small, has to eat! Everyone, whether sad or happy, has to go to the bathroom! Everyone, whether old or young, should have fun!
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

Sabine Lohf

The Big Christmas Arts and Crafts Book

Das große Weihnachtsbastelbuch
Christmas time is arts and crafts time – no wonder, then, that the arts and crafts queen Sabine Lohf has appeared to show us how to make aromatic figures out of orange peels, exhilarating advent calendars, and glittery stars for the Christmas tree. Over 100 ideas for large and small arts and crafts fans are collected alongside easy-to-understand, step-by-step directions. Page after page, large-format collages invite readers to keep creating and tinkering- and also to play, tell stories, and get excited about Christmas. A true treasure for all those who love nothing more than a homemade Christmas!

Rights sold to the Netherlands/Belgium

Yvonne Hergane, Sabine Lohf: 1, 2, 3...ein Sack voller Knöpfe
Yvonne Hergane, Sabine Lohf

1,2,3,...A Sack Full of Buttons

1, 2, 3...ein Sack voller Knöpfe
Button by button, Sabine Lohf and Yvonne Hergane help to make the Advent season before Christmas go by quickly. Lots of buttons have fallen out of Santa’s big sack, and now they’re being put to use as wheels for a puppet carriage, as eyes for a teddy bear, or for a funny snowball
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.
Henrike Wilson: Ganz schön langweilig!
Henrike Wilson

Pretty Darn Boring!

Ganz schön langweilig!
A little bear trots through the forest and isn’t quite sure where to go. He’s bored and
no one has time for him- everyone’s busy. At last, he lies down on the forest floor
and decides to do nothing- absolutely nothing. And even though he isn’t occupied,
lots of things are happening. Slowly but surely he begins to feel calm and his senses
begin to awaken. He begins to pay attention to the sounds around him and to feel,
see, sense, and discover more and more. His head feels free, his curiosity is
awakened, and lots of new ideas begin to come to him. Entertained and restored, he
starts off on his next adventure.
In a time in which even kindergartners need weekly planners and everyone always
has something to do (at least on a tablet or the like), Henrike Wilson remembers the
value and necessity of boredom and free, unstructured time, and pays homage to
these with vivid visuals. The ability to enjoy aimless time can be so fulfilling.

Rights sold to China, USA, Spain, Italy

Daniela Kulot: Reim dich durch den Januar und den Rest vom ganzen Jahr
Daniela Kulot

Rhyme your way through the rest of the year too!

Reim dich durch den Januar und den Rest vom ganzen Jahr
In June, perhaps just on a whim, the little froggies learn to swim.
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!
Thomas Müller: Ein Jahr mit den Störchen
Thomas Müller

A Year with the Storks

Ein Jahr mit den Störchen
Who doesn’t know and love this elegant red-stockinged bird? In many countries the stork is considered a bearer of good luck. In this illustrated nonfiction book we get to know “Master Adebar” very well as we accompany him on his journey through the year: we see how he builds his nest on the roof of the barn in springtime and how he then raises the hatched chicks with his mate. Then we tag along with the young storks as they fly to Africa for the winter and accompany them a couple of months later on their dangerous return home.
With expert, feather-light brushstrokes, Thomas Müller acquaints us with the lives of this large and beautiful bird. The narrative section is supplemented with additional valuable information about black storks, cranes and herons.

Rights sold to France, Denmark, The Netherlands/Belgium, Spain and China

Dirk Reinhardt

Train Kids

Train Kids
The 14-year-old Miguel leaves his village in the Guatemalan mountains to find his mother. Years ago, she left him and his sister Juana to work in the United States. She has stayed in this far-away land for many years, never coming back, although she has been promising to do so again and again. But Miguel doesn’t want to be put off anymore. He needs to find out about his mother’s disappearance. Has she stopped loving him and his sister?
With a heavy heart Miguel leaves his sister behind and starts out on a long northbound journey. At the Mexican border he meets others who have the same destination: mysterious Fernando, little Ángel, smart Jaz and silent Emilio. They decide to take a chance together. All of them are driven by their longing for the people they have lost and by their hope for a better life.
Freight trains are the only way to cross Mexico. And soon Miguel and the others realize that they are part of a much bigger trek rolling northbound. Thousands of people are travelling as blind passengers on the trains, facing many risks. One false step when jumping on the train, one unattended moment on the roof, one careless slumber at night and their lives might be over. Corrupt police men and greedy robber bands are hunting them. They are suffering from thirst and hunger, from the heat in the jungle, the coldness in the mountains and the drought in the desert.

Rights sold to Mexico, Spain (Spanish and Catalan), Japan and Slovenia

Sabine Lohf

The Big Nature Craft Book

Das große Naturbastelbuch
Sabine Lohf loves nature - and she loves to tinker. What could be more obvious than combining these two things? In this book, the internationally known handicraft queen guides us through all seasons and right through nature's treasure chest: Flower wreaths in spring, sand pictures in summer, chestnut men in autumn and Christmas tree decorations made of wood and straw are self-made in no time at all. Large-format, colorful picture collages invite even the youngest children to discover and playfully experience the diversity and beauty of nature. As in "The big book of handicrafts and games", the handicrafts in this book are not only for looking at!

- Over 100 craft ideas for every season and for small and large hands
- Event related handicrafts for Easter, Halloween, Christmas and many other occasions
- Simple step-by-step instructions and sensually designed picture collages
- With short portraits of the natural resources used from the maple fruit to the cone
- With a material science and Sabine Lohfs Basics
- In workshop-suitable flex cover format


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Rotraut Susanne Berner, Dagmar von Cramm: Das große Wimmel-Kochbuch
Rotraut Susanne Berner, Dagmar von Cramm

The great Wimmel Cooking Book

Das große Wimmel-Kochbuch
Along with acclaimed dietician Dagmar von Cramm, Rotraut Susanne Berner has given some thought to who might like to cook or bake what in the Treasure Chest Kingdom, either to eat it themselves or to give it away. Following the sequence of the seasons the two of them have come up with a marvelous cookery book.
What's more, the authors provide some amazing experiments concerning the art of tasting and seasoning. While Rotraut Susanne Berner's numerous illustrations give the Treasure Chest people plenty of opportunity to voice their comments, Dagmar von Cramm has made sure that these dishes are not only tasty, as well as cheap and easy to cook, they also contribute to a balanced diet.
A cookery book for families, for kindergartens and crèches, and for all those who love to ply the kitchen knife and the wooden spoon, or to just tuck in!

Sold to China, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Belgium, Czech Republic and Slovakia

Isabel Müller: Die Grüne Meeresschildkröte
Isabel Müller

The Green Sea Turtle

Die Grüne Meeresschildkröte
Far, far away on the other side of the globe, a small green sea turtle hatches out of her egg on the shores of the Australian island Raine. We look on as she takes her first wobbly steps in the darkness towards the water’s edge, and we accompany her on her journey through the great expanses of the ocean. On her trip she encounters many fascinating creatures: the majestic blue whale, the lazy manatee, the adaptable mimic octopus and many other fish of the most beautiful colors and most curious forms. After decades of travel, the sea turtle returns to her home.
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