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Wilfried von Bredow

Faster, Lola, Faster! And Other Stories That End With A Bang

A rhyming picture book with four-colour illustrations by Anke Kuhl

All the best stories end in disaster, don't they? If, like most kids, you love tales where everything goes wrong, you'll enjoy every moment of Faster, Lola, Faster! Described in a beguiling combination of breezy rhymes and bloodcurdling pictures, here are seven episodes from everyday life - all ...

Rights sold: Spain (cast., cat.), PR China

But I’m Not Sleepy Yet

The never-sleepy marmot


Mommy and Daddy Marmot are desperately trying to get their little one to sleep. After all, marmots love to sleep! All of them except this one, that is. After every bedtime story, he cries out "Just one more!" And after every good night kiss, he is wide awake.

Rights sold: Italy (Edizioni EL)

Henning

An Elk’s Journey to Happiness

A lovesick elk on a road trip

Young Henning, an elk with a TV career, leads what many would consider a wonderful life in a German zoo. He is petted and groomed every day, and has even become a TV star. If only it weren't for the lovely Finja back in his distant homeland, Sweden!


The School above the Clouds

Even angels have to go to school


It's the first day of class at the school above the clouds! Angelina, a guardian angel-in-training, has reached her goal. What will the other angel students be like? What do they already know about Earth and humans? Luckily, Angelina ...


Jacky Marrone: In Search of Golden Claw (vol. I)

Quirky, funny, endearing - here comes Jacky Marrone!

Jacky Marrone is a streetwise fox and private detective with an extraordinary knack for tricky cases. His first case unfolds at breakneck speed: the disappearance of a hen that can lay golden eggs. During his investigation, ...

Rights sold: Russia, Spain (cast.), Turkey
Volume: 1

Moni Port

Count me out!

He has roared his last roar

Helene's father doesn't just speak like everyone else: everything he says comes out of him as a loud shout. Her father is rowdy just like his parents and his grandfather before him. "You'll also become rowdy someday!" Helene's mother says. But Helene doesn't ...


Jutta Bücker

One More Time ... With Heinz

You are always told it is time to stop just when everything is perfect. How mean! But if you stubbornly keep demanding "Just one more!", Mommy or Daddy might give in and listen to your request.
The girl in this board book discovers that this approach is at least worth trying. After all, ...


Werner Holzwarth

Not Afraid of Anything?

Wild and witty: the fun, new book about fear with a high entertainment factor Children's fears can be quite large. Fortunately though, they diminish whenever you talk about them. In Werner Holzwarth's newest picture book, children try to outdo each other in their descriptions of their ...

Martin Fuchs

The Absssoluuutely Normal Mr. Gnirzdefrrrtz

As crazy as the rest of us

Who says there's anything wrong with Mr. Gnirzdefrrrtz? He's completely normal! You can tell that right away from his ordinary name. And his beard of a thousand funny green millipedes is also nothing special. Neither are his teeth, which are just as ...


Saskia Hula

Biko’s Last Day

Goodbye to the best watchdog in the world

What Biko wants to do more than anything is just sleep. When asleep, he no longer feels the pain in his bones quite so much. But he has to watch out for things. The children. The house. The cat and the birds in the garden. And the ...


Martina Badstuber

What Nonsense!

Don’t believe everything your parents tell you…

Eating spinach will make you strong! If you don't eat up it'll rain! Your eyes will go square if you watch too much television! Children have to put up with this kind of nonsense from their parents every day. Parents tell their children lies because they don't know any better or to teach them ...


Werner Holzwarth

I Love This but I Hate That!

There's turkey on Sundays at Omi's,

But for Sophie that's a threat, not a promise!

In this delightful rhyming picture-book ten children devote themselves to the subject of food. By turns greedy and disgusted, they tell us what they love and what they hate.

Rights sold: The Netherlands