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Gigaguhl’s Gigantic Joy

Do you know Gigaguhl, the giant?

Despite his great size, Gigaguhl is extremely friendly. He especially loves animals. A family of bats sleeps under his arms. Goats hide among the hills of his neck. And a rare unicorn lives deep in his hair.
One evening, Gigaguhl feels very ...


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 ...


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 ...

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 ...


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

Marcus Sauermann

The Princess, the Cow and the Uppity Gardener

Oh dear, what is it with these servants? The gardener refuses to admit that the cow in the multi-talented princess's latest painting is really beautiful. Brimming with indignation, she has him thrown into the dungeon until he's finally ready to admit that she's a great artist!

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

Marcus Sauermann

The Little Boy and The Beast

Any parents currently living apart should be advised to have a kleenex ready before they start reading. "When your Mum has turned into a beast, a lot of things change." is the laconic beginning of this book. A little boy tells about the time when his mother has become sad and ...

Rights sold: Spain, Norway, Russia, PR China, Turkey, Denmark

Katrien Hoekstra

Hamdi. At Home in Beirut

Hamdi is sure of one thing: he wants to be a goalkeeper when he grows up. His big sister Zeina is happy to practice with him. But that's all over when she gets married. Her husband Ali is a strict Muslim and doesn't want a wife who plays football. From now on Zeina even has to wear a veil.

Rights sold: Denmark