Holidays at last! Ede and his four siblings have great plans: they want to find the treasure that is marked on Grandpa Stokster’s treasure map. So
they are off to Africa, because that’s where the treasure is supposed to be. In Namibia they meet grandpa’s relatives and have a lot of adventures.
When they attempt to unearth the treasure they are almost attacked by a tawny eagle and then assaulted by a stranger. Maybe it was the nasty sleazy red jackal again? What does Ede’s missing father have to do with it all? And have Ede and his siblings really read the treasure map properly?
Dynamic, suspense-packed and funny—two richly illustrated crime stories for children with the perfect balance between text and images for first readers.
Moritz Verlag | hc | 96 pp | 150 x 218 mm | July 2014 | 6+
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[original title: Ede und die Schatzsucher]