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The Five Aces - Starting Shot

A Sports/Crime Adventure


In only a few days' time the international school will play host to almost 1,000 participants from a total of ten different schools for the mini-Olympics! And it goes without saying that the five friends are training more intensively than ever before. But even on the first day strange things ...
Rights sold: Slovenia, Spain (cat.), Turkey
Volume: 1

Penguins and Pack Ice – The Polar Regions


Our past and our future are buried beneath the ice.

The ice-cap in the Arctic and Antarctic has always played a crucial role in the earth's complex eco-system. So this 740,000-year old ice contains valuable information about the climatic changes which took place in the ...
Rights sold: Czech Republic

Being First.

Records from the Animal World

Who is faster - the Atlantic sailfish or a windsurfer? Which animals can hear with their feet? And which species is the noisiest? The animal world produces unbelievable records and amazing facts. Here they are explained in an amusing manner and presented visually - sometimes in quiz format, as ...

I, Zeus, and the Olympic Gang

Gods and heroes from Greek Mythology

Enough already, for Gods' sake! For almost 3000 years people have been telling each other god knows what about the heroes and gods of Greek mythology. It really is high time the truth was brought to light. Here, the Olympians and Heroes take the matter into their own hands-from Achilles to Zeus.

Rights sold: Greece, Turkey, Czech Republic
Volume: 1

The Ultimate School Survival Book

Be careful, don't let it fall in the wrong hands!

Everything you need to survive the boring school hours: cartoons, teacher and student slang, pages to play dots and boxes as well as Battleship, instructions on how to make paper airplanes, jokes, little riddles, pages to design and ...

Rights sold: Greece

My Fletcher Journal

Who wouldn't like to have a cool detective with a super stink-gun as a friend? Fletcher is immortalised in this friendship journal, revealing what he's particularly good at (sleuthing), what his favourite food is (bread dumplings - for breakfast, lunch and dinner), who is his favourite animal ...


Happy Planting: 37 Ideas for Garden & Co.

Small garden, great delight

Gardening - it is so much more than just sticking seeds in the ground and waiting for weeks until something finally grows. With very simple means, children nine and older can beautify their window sills, press flowers, create pictures from petals, make ...

Volume: 3

The Do-It-Yourself Best Friends Manual

It's twice the fun if there's more than one! Creative ideas for two.

37 activities for girls and their friends-from baking to handicrafts, or just finding out how well you really know each other. Because everything's twice as much fun if there's two of you. Which is why there's always ...

Rights sold: Czech Republic
Volume: 4

The Mystery of the Hieroglyphs

Decoding the Egyptian Inscriptions

When the Romans occupied Egypt and with them Christianity moved in, the ancient Egyptian culture became less and less important and eventually the meaning of the old inscriptions was entirely forgotten.

Speculation about Egyptian hieroglyphs began in the Renaissance; though sometimes ...
Rights sold: The Netherlands

Love, Sex and More

A Sex Education Book for Young Adults. Revised and updated edition

Let's talk about sex, in a competent, open and entertaining way.

For this task, we have chosen as authors a knowledgeable man and woman, so that they can give answers to all that questions that girls and boys in the jungle of emotions that emerges during puberty might have.

Rights sold: S. Korea, Albania

Friends, Parents, Teachers

...and other everyday problems

Help and advice for 9 to 13-year-olds

How do I manage to get into so many arguments with my friends? Why are my parents constantly nagging me about my homework? What have I done to deserve a sister who's such a total waste of space? All 9 to 13-year-olds will have asked themselves ...


In Search of Understanding

A History of Female Thinkers

If you open any ordinary history of philosophy, you will be left with the impression that thinking is an exclusively male prerogative. And you'd have a hard time finding any traces of female philosophers. Yet they did exist, and not just in recent times, when women were allowed to enter the realms ...
Rights sold: Korea, Spain (Castilian and Catalan), Turkey