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I, Hannibal, the Flea

Just a tiny flea with great courage

There must be more to life than working, drinking, and sleeping, thinks Hannibal, the admired star of the flea circus. And before you can blink twice, he jumps to freedom. But in the real world, he's nothing more than a pest who has to be ...


Monika Osberghaus, Horst Klein

Everyone’s Disabled

Anyone who is reading this is disabled!

Yes, even you! This book brings the bloated division of "challenged" here and "normal" there to an end. This topic relates to all of us: Anna has Down's Syndrome, Mareike is academically gifted, Julien is the the biggest brat who has ever ...

Rights sold: Turkey

Over There

When your parents were young and Germany was divided in two

Kalter Hund cakes and prefab buildings over here, gum and townhouses over there


Max and Maya are cousins. They like each other. They enjoy playing cowboys and Indians, and eating vanilla ice cream. They could do so many things together, but the border between East and ...


Katharina von der Gathen

Tell me some more facts of life

More real-life questions from children on a fascinating topic

Do animals go through puberty, too?

You might think that Explain It to Me had already covered everything on this subject,but some things were missing: the elementary school children with whom Katharina von der Gathen works keep throwing new question slips into the ...

Rights sold: Spain (cast., cat.)

Meyer/Lehmann/Schulze, Bernd Lehmann, Dietrich Grönemeyer

The Wild Little Ones at School II – the Sports Festival

The popular Wild Little Ones are now big schoolchildren, but they haven't lost an ounce of their humour and inventiveness - they're as funny and full of ideas as ever!

When Frau Schrock announces a sports festival for Class 1c, Richard immediately imagines himself holding the ...


What's that Man Doing?

Children are curious by nature. And because they haven't yet grasped many everyday phenomena, they're always asking "What's he doing? " or "What's she up to?" The characters in this book are people you meet everywhere: a pregnant woman, a road ...


Behave Yourself - Not!

The high art of bad manners -breaking the rules of good conduct

What sense is there in all those dull and dreary rituals of behaviour and manners that kids are supposed to follow these days? None whatsoever!

Behave Yourself - Not! brings a ...