Upcycling with arts and crafts!
Craftwork, sewing, constructing things and making shapes that relate to the forest. They can be funny creations about the forest or made of forest materials – this book contains delightful creations which are all great for playing with, thanks to the useful tips that are provided. The difficulty level and time required is listed on each page in a helpful way. What’s more, the zippy illustrations by designer duo Herr Pfeffer ensure that this book is much more than an ordinary craft book – it’s a real eye catcher.
Further titles available: City and Christmas!
(series published by Loewe Verlag)
Happy Easter and I hope you got some nice books from the Easter Bunny, if not, make sure you get one of these for next year!
IDA by Julia Breitender and Carola Sieverding (published by Magellan Verlag)
The little donkey Ida is a true artist. With her tail tuft, she paints the most beautiful patterns on the walls of the barn. When Ida can’t find any eggs at Easter, she goes looking for the Easter bunny – and is lucky enough to discover him! However, he’s in a big mess: His alarm clock didn’t ring so he hasn’t painted all the eggs yet! There’s no time to lose! Ida swings her tail and helps the Easter bunny to colour the remaining eggs. Easter is saved!
Hello, Little Easter Chick! by Ulrike Fischer and Katrin Oertel (published by Magellan Verlag)
CRACK! CRACK! CRACK! Oh, what’s this? Barely hatched, the cheeky chick desperately wants to help the Easter bunny. Soon, the dog is yellow, the pig blue and the sheep green. And who’s going to paint the eggs now?
10 Little Sheep by Franziska Gehm and Marina Rachner (published by Loewe Verlag)
One of my daughter’s favourites! Splash! One little yellow sheep jumps into the muddy puddle. The little red one joins in and together the two sheep go for a picnic. When the little green sheep arrives they all sit together and start singing songs … A funny board book helps to learn the different colours as well as to count from 1 to 10. Cheerful rhymes make this book great fun for parents and children alike.
WHAT WILL I GROW UP TO BE? by Anne Krueger
When she was a child, Mathilda dreamed of lots of different careers, including being the Easter Bunny, and she also wanted to become an astronaut. But, after throwing up all over her best friend during a really long bike ride, she was forced to accept the terrible truth and abandon her heart’s desire – because she always gets travel sick! However, she remains a huge fan of Yuri Gagarin and space. Now, she’s in her late twenties, and Mathilda is still looking for something to make her fulfilled. Of course, becoming an astronaut is not an option, but what then? And, what about a fulfilled private life? Is there a man out there who can keep up with Yuri Gagarin?
- About the first tricky phase in a young adult’s life
- Realistic setting in Berlin, where everything seems to be possible
- Authentic novel full of comical situations and wit
- Funny and profoundly reflecting
- Reflecting childhood combined with nostalgia for East Germany
- Special but down to earth language with great verbal images
- Outstanding Debut: Literary and compelling but yet entertaining
Don’t miss out on this one and get in touch!