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The Great Stranger

The Great Stranger

I live in a house on the edge of a forest. Where does the forest begin? I do not really know. Where does our garden begin? Animals do not know it either.  Ever since I can remember we have shared  each other‘s space. And we were all fine with that. But one day, Dad installed […]

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Mizu et Yoko: Flying Away

Mizu et Yoko: Flying Away

Mizu is keen to learn how to fly. Always accompanied by his friend Yoko, he comes up with funny ideas how to achieve this: jumping from a springboard, building a strange propeller machine, hanging onto the back of another bird… Will he manage to fly in the end? by Marjorie Béal & Laurie Cohen Maison […]

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Mizu and Yoko: Alone

Mizu and Yoko: Alone

Mizu is a cute little penguin; a little bit awkward, but very touching. His feeling lonely comes to an end when he meets Yoko, a big polar bear. They become friends for life and from now on share their adventures. Because out there, on he huge empty ice floe, it feels good to have a […]

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Our Circus

Our Circus

The artists of this circus share a secret: Despite their triumphs in the arena, everyone dreams of doing other acts. The clown would love to get on the trapeze, the trapeze artist dies for juggling, the juggler dreams of being the human cannonball and the human cannonball would like to walk on a rope several […]

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Any Old Mountain

Any Old Mountain

The inhabitants at the top of the mountain think their village is the best. Unfortunately, at the foot of the mountain, another village thinks the same of their own. The inhabitants at the top of the mountain live happily in their village, where they enjoy the sun and the cool breeze; they believe their village […]

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9 Ways to NOT Step Into a Puddle

9 Ways to NOT Step Into a Puddle

Wearing new clothes doesn’t have to be incompatible with a stroll in the rain. There is no way she will soil her new clothes, her shiny new shoes or white socks. So the girl thinks of all sorts of strategies to avoid the puddles, which in her mind are traps blocking her way. But despite […]

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The Longest Breakfast

The Longest Breakfast

The baby wants breakfast so Malcolm gets out of bed to get started. Then in comes Toby. And Una and Toto, then Alice—they’re hungry too. And Conrad from next door and his sister Ruby! Everyone has a request for breakfast. But who is taking notice of the baby? The Longest Breakfast is a fun stroy […]

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You Could

You Could

If you had been born in another land, you could be white, you could be black… The colour of our skin, our languages, food, clothes, games … it could all be different if we had been in another place. Some things would be better, others worse, but what is for sure is that we are […]

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If I Was a Banana

If I Was a Banana

A strong and simple picture book that perfectly encapsulates the world of a child If I was a banana, I would be that one, so beautifully yellow and full of banana … This boy’s eye-view of the everyday brings alive all the wonder and oddity of the world inside our own heads. It beautifully captures […]

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That’s NOT a Hippopotamus!

That’s NOT a Hippopotamus!

A deft and delightful tale, packed with word play and madcap energy A class trip to the zoo descents into a chaotic hunt for the missing hippopotamus. Teacher, zookeeper and all the children join the search. The noise and drama reach a pitch, and no one thinks to listen to quiet Liam, who really might […]

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How to be Famous

How to be Famous

by Michal Shalev Take a trip through the zoo with this irrepressible pigeon, as she preens and poses alongside all the animals, right up to the sharp teeth of a grumpy lion… Fantastic satire with deadpan black humour! Simple written text with superb pencil and watercolour illustrations. The crocodile runway is terrific. If you miss […]

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Helios With an ‘H’

Helios With an ‘H’

by Armand & Susana Gómez Redondo Helios’ arrival in the world generates a lot of curiosity in Estrella, his brother, who observes fascinated by this little person who now forms part of the family. But little by little, fascination turns into suspicion when she sees that Helios has become the center of their parents’ attention, […]

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Have You Seen Elephant?

Have You Seen Elephant?

An assured and exciting debut picture book from a top emerging talent, about a small boy and his elephant playing an absurd game of hide and seek. Elephant wants to play hide and seek. But you’ll need to try your best—he’s very good! Have You Seen Elephant is perfect for sharing with children, who will […]

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When the Strongest Man in the World...

When the Strongest Man in the World Answers the Phone

by Trill & Roser Rimbau Every day, the strongest man in the world has to face limitations imposed by his age and height. People confuse him with his aunt on the telephone, he has to take the stairs to his apartment, because he can’t reach the button for the elevator. He gets sick in the […]

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Quima Plays with her Shadow

Quima Plays with her Shadow

by Francesc Rovira & Roser Ros Quima goes for a walk and discovers that something is following her everywhere, even if she tries to get rid of it: it’s her shadow. This discovery leads her to wonder about the origin and essence of shadows: what are they? What are they made of? Where do they […]

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Quima Has Lost her Sleep

Quima Has Lost her Sleep

by Francesc Rovira & Roser Ros Quima is unable to go to sleep. No matter how often her parents ask her to try. She has lost Sleep. Her parents help her look for it and in the end, they find it hidden in the duvet. Sleep is trying to flee, but they have to catch […]

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Tantrums

Tantrums

by Anna Aparicio Català & Susana Gómez Redondo  Kids tend to have mood swings. Absolute joy and happiness can turn into an attack of rage and a noisy tantrum, the reason for which is often hard to identify in the middle of the commotion. One minute everything is painted pink, and the next there’s tension […]

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One Bee Too Many

One Bee Too Many

by Andrés Pi Andreu & Kim Amate One fine day, the bees called for a grand assembly in the beehive. The purpose of the meeting? To discuss why it was that they were always all squashed together in cramped working conditions. After many complex computations, equations and calculations, they realized that there was one bee […]

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The Day Saída Arrived

The Day Saída Arrived

by Susana Gómez Redondo & Sonja Wimmer A tale about a silent encounter: one day, Saída arrives at school – but she doesn’t speak! She comes from another country far away, and it seems as if she lost all her words during the journey. But Saída and her friend don’t give up, even though they lack […]

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Vincent Brown

Vincent Brown

von Irisz Agócs & Tadhg Mac Dhonnagáin Vincent Brown ist ein griesgrämiger und überaus muffeliger Bär. Er hasst das Zwitschern der Vögel und das Flattern von Schmetterlingen. Er freut sich auf den langen dunklen Winter, wenn er endlich alleine sein und ungestört seinen Winterschlaf halten kann. Aber als er sich gerade zufrieden in sein Bett […]

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Lulus Nacht der Geräusche

Lulus Nacht der Geräusche

von Steve Simpson & Ailbhe Nic Giolla Bhrighde   Lulu hat große Angst vor den seltsamen Geräuschen, die sie nachts um sich herum hört, während sie auf ihrem großen Baum zu schlafen versucht. Kann ihre Freundin die Eule sie davon überzeugen, dass sie sich nicht zu fürchten braucht? Futa Fata | hc | 32 Seiten […]

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Der Drachenjäger

Der Drachenjäger

von Steve Simpson & Patricia Forde  “Wenn ich groß bin, werde ich ein Drachenjäger”. Der kleine Bär träumt von einer Zukunft, in der er groß und mutig sein wird, von dem Tag, an dem ihm nichts mehr Angst machen kann. Im Augenblick gibt es noch so einige Dinge, die ihm unheimlich sind. Aber als er sich […]

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The Song of the Scales

The Song of the Scales

by Ignasi Blanch & Alba Salvador Llopis Once upon a time there was a king who counted and recounted all of his possessions every morning from the window of his castle. Everything he saw was his: lands, wells, trees, and houses. All he cared about was the price of things, and not the happiness of […]

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