Carlsen

The Publishing House and its History

Carlsen Publishing was founded in 1953 by Per Hjald Carlsen as a subsidiary of the Danish publishing company Illustrationsforlaget/PIB. In 1954 the first Pixi books were published in the now universally recognised 10x10 cm format. With a total circulation to date of more than 480 million copies, ›Pixi‹ is the most successful picture book series in history.

In 1967 Carlsen encouraged German social acceptance of comics with the introduction of the ›Tintin‹ series created by Belgian cartoonist Hergé. In 1997 Carlsen published the first Manga series titled ›Dragon Ball‹ in the Japanese reading direction of right to left. This set the tone for the success of Manga in the German market. Since 1998 Carlsen has published the ›Harry Potter‹ series, written by the British author Joanne K. Rowling. This release triggered an unprecedented worldwide reading phenomenon.

Apps, E-Books, interactive picture books and the digital fantasy labels »Impress« and »Dark Diamonds« reflect the diversity of the Carlsen publishing program.

Surprising Stories!

Board books, activity books, picture books and nonfiction, narrative kids and young adult literature represent the spectrum of the Carlsen children and young adult list. Besides ›Pixi‹, ›Meine Freundin Conni‹ and ›Lesemaus‹ are highly popular brands for children aged from three to eight years.

The multiple award-winning list combines narrative literature of both German and internationally renowned authors and constantly surprises with successful debuts. Classics like ›Tintin‹, ›Gaston‹ and ›Spirou‹ still characterize the profile of Carlsen Comics, with the addition of an important and growing range of graphic novels. Increasingly, original editions by renowned German artists as e.g. Reinhard Kleist, Isabel Kreitz and Flix are being published. Carlsen Manga! presents amongst others the successful Japanese series ›One Piece‹ and ›Naruto‹ along with popular in-house productions by German designers as e.g. Melanie Schober and Martina Peters. The list of humorous titles is published under the label of Lappan and presents famous German cartoonists as Uli Stein and Ralph Ruthe alongside Martin Holtschulte and many others.

Current awards

  • Hansjörg-Martin-Preis 2020 – Charlotte Habersack: Bitte nicht öffnen, feurig!
  • Katholischer Kinder- und Jugendbuchpreis 2020 – Susan Kreller: Elektrische Fische
  • Leipziger Jugend-Literatur-Jury - Favoriten des Jahres 2020 – Susan Kreller: Elektrische Fische
  • Leipziger Lesekompass 2020 – Nina Blazon: Ein Baum für Tomti
  • Lesekünstler des Jahres 2020 – Martin Muser
  • Buch des Jahres Preis der Literatur-Couch 2019 – Mark-Uwe Kling: Das Nein-Horn
  • Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis 2019 – Anja Reumschüssel: Extremismus
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Constanze von Kitzing: Ich bin anders als du – Ich bin wie du
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Jory John, Lane Smith (Ill.): Roberta und Henry
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Justin A. Reynolds: Immer wieder für immer
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Becky Albertalli: Ein Happy End ist erst der Anfang
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Susan Kreller: Elektrische Fische
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Anja Hitz, Claudia Weikert (Ill.): Fünf sind sechs zu viel
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Katya Balen: Mein Bruder und ich und das ganze Universum
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Martine Letterie, Julie Völk (Ill.): Kinder mit Stern
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Sharon Cohen: Mein rätselhafter Freund Rorty
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Anne Fleming, Philip Waechter (Ill.): Ziegen bringen Glück
  • Leipziger Lesekompass 2019 – Anna Woltz: Für immer Alaska
  • LovelyBooks Leserpreis 2019 – Marc-Uwe Kling: Das Nein-Horn
  • Saarländischer Kinder- und Jugendliteraturpreis 2019 – Anca Sturm: Der Welten-Express
  • Der goldene Bücherpirat 2018 – Anca Sturm: Der Welten-Express
  • Jury der jungen Leser 2018 – Robin Roe: Der Koffer
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2018 – Constanze von Kitzing: Unsere große bunte Welt
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2018 – Corinna Fuchs, Uli Velte, Igor Dolinger: Die Bunte Bande. Das gestohlene Fahrrad
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2018 – Martin Muser: Kannawoniwasein! Manchmal muss man einfach verduften
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2018 – Sayantani DasGupta, Gabriele Haefs (Übers.): Das Geheimnis des Schlangenkönigs
  • Niedersächsisches Literaturstipendium für Kinder- und Jugendliteraturautoren 2018 – Kirsten Reinhardt
  • Die Silberne Feder des Deutschen Ärztinnenbundes 2017 – Autorin: Anna Woltz, Übersetzerin: Andrea Kluitmann: Gips oder wie ich an einem einzigen Tag die Welt reparierte
  • Katholischer Kinder- und Jugendbuchpreis 2017 – Autorin: Anna Woltz, Übersetzerin: Andrea Kluitmann: Gips oder Wie ich an einem einzigen Tag die Welt reparierte
  • Kranichsteiner Jugendliteratur-Stipendien 2017 – Michael Sieben: Ponderosa
  • Gustav-Heinemann-Peace Award for Children's and YA-Books 2016 – Reinhard Kleist: Der Traum von Olympia
  • Buxtehuder Bulle 2015 – Victoria Aveyard: Die rote Königin
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2010 – Nanna Neßhöver, Annette Swoboda (Ill.): Fühlinchen

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The Migration of Fish

  • Yaroslava Black
  • Illustrated by Ulrike Jänichen
  • July 2020, 32 pages, 29.7 x 21.5 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Age 4+

Experiencing a childhood with "absent" parents - a reality for many children (not only) in Eastern Europe.

The book focuses poetically on the situation that many children have to get along with: due to hopeless economic circumstances parents have left their families and children in order to work somewhere else.

In THE MIGRATION OF FISH the girl Marika has to live without her parents in a remote Ukrainian village and the most precious things that she owns are the letters from her mother, who is one of the nameless migrant workers of the world. The story is completed with an afterword depicting the dimension of migrant workers world wide, but especially in Eastern Europe.

Mopsa – A Mouse Brings Down the Stage!

  • Charlotte Habersack
  • Illustrated by Laura Fuchs
  • October 2020, 192 pages, 19.3 x 23.5
  • Hardcover
  • Age 5+

Mopsa puts everything she has into making her dream a reality – even when others try to stop her. Mopsa the mouse wants to become an actress.
She makes her way to a funfair, lives in a doll’s house, meets monkeys, bats and budgies and even learns to fly before finally realising her dream of standing on a big stage...

A story with a clear message: follow your dreams and never give up on them!

The Day Grandpa Fried the Electric Kettle

  • Marc-Uwe Kling
  • Illustrated by Astrid Henn
  • July 2020, 72 pages, 16 x 21.6 cm
  • Age 6+

Grandma doesn't understand how the internet works and Grandpa's getting more forgetful.
Not cool, and pretty sad, too.
In spite of that, it becomes clear that this situation presents an opportunity for the whole family: after all, it's still possible to do things the way people used to...

• stories that bring kids closer to the lives of grandparents and that are fun for the whole family
• „The Day Grandma Broke the Internet“: #1 bestseller that sold more than 140,000 copies!
• ideal for reading aloud, but kids can also read it by themselves

Volume 3 to be published in April 2021

In the Wolf Forest: The Story of Tara and Lup

  • Annette Moser
  • Illustrated by Naeko Walter
  • September 2020, 192 pages, 17.3 x 24.5 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Age 8+

A story of siblings and an animal adventure – to read aloud or on one’s own

Siblings always stick together.
But what do Tara and Lup do when a strange wolf claims they aren’t really brother and sister? They flee and stick together even as runaways. Together, they realise that it would be better to work with the big wolves to find a solution that works for everyone.

Please do not open: Magic!! (Vol 5)

  • Charlotte Habersack
  • Illustrated by Fréderic Bertrand
  • July 2020, 240 pages, 14.8 x 21 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Age 8+

Each volume begins with a package that's actually not supposed to be opened. Actually... But Nemo and his friends do whatever they think needs doing anyway. That's why the mysterious packages don't stay unopened for long.
The best thing about the series: everybody can't wait to see what sort of creature will be sent next in one of these packages that isn't supposed to be opened… This one is the fifth package, and it contains something that starts with a U- and ends on –Nicorn….

The Year in a Box

  • Michael Sieben
  • March 2020, 256 pages, 13.8 x 22 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Age 13+

Paul and his mother move away. If only Paul could leave everything behind him - but it's not that easy.

Because there's this box, this box full of memories.
Because what he's hidden there - the superhero story, the stupid condoms, the knife - only brings back the events of the last year. The hard year in which so much happened, the utterly unbelievable.
Paul realizes that he can't look away, and bit by bit, faces the past.

• hard-hitting; stirs up emotions while managing to remain objective
• first love confronts bullying and a tragic death
• “Brilliantly constructed and authentically told”, reader‘s feedback on Michael Sieben‘s previous book „Ponderosa“

Blue Sky Black – No Stars without Darkness

  • Johanna Danninger
  • September 2020, 384 pages, 13.6 x 21.5 cm
  • Softcover
  • Age 16+

Nothing in Mila’s life is as it used to be.

When her world is left uninhabitable by natural disasters, she has to leave it behind. But even far from home, there still doesn’t seem to be any hope. When a young man enters her life one day, everything changes. Unfortunately, she finds out that he is not who he claims to be. As fate would have it, she is forced to acknowledge that it is only the two of them who can save the world – and one another other.

Lenni’s Christmas Delight

  • Margit Auer
  • Illustrated by Lena Hesse
  • October 2020, 32 pages, 22 x 28.6 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Age 4+

Lenni the bear is fascinated by the way people celebrate Christmas and wants to bring ‘human Christmas’ home to
his cave in the snowy winter forest. Albeit in an especially cosy, bear-like way, with lots of dear friends by his side.

The Little Red Bus – In the City

  • Doris Eisenburger
  • Illustrated by Doris Eisenburger
  • September 2020, 40 pages, 24.5 x 30.6 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Age 4+

An activity book, puzzle book, non-fiction book and picture book all in one!
In ‘The Little Red Bus’, children can learn about history and culture and experience a funny, detailed and interactive story as they explore and discover new things on every page.

We play Shopping: In the Supermarket

  • Nastja Holtfreter
  • Illustrated by Nastja Holtfreter
  • May 2020, 20 pages, 18 x 18 cm
  • Cardboardbook
  • Age 24+ months

Little Fox is allowed to help with the shopping. Dad drew a shopping list for him and so it‘s time to start! Which food does Little Fox see on the shelves? And which ones does the Fox family really need? Better consult the shopping list once more!

The little readers accompany the Little Fox through the supermarkt and compare, discover, and choose: cucumbers, cauliflower or carrots? Butter, milk or yoghurt? Apple, banana or lemon? What is in the shopping cart, and what is really on the shopping list?

• promotes concentration, perception, everyday competencies and language development
• detailed illustrations
• wry humor makes it fun for parents, too

Teeny-Weeny

  • Regina Kehn
  • Illustrated by Regina Kehn
  • Spring 2020, 32 pages, 28.4 x 18.5 cm
  • Picturebook
  • Ages 4+
  • All rights available

Being the youngest and smallest of the family can be hard. No one knows that better than Teeny. He watches his brothers and sisters get bigger and bigger. But he is still the teeny-weeny sausage dog he always was. No wonder he feels overlooked when Mom and Dad show them all the important things in life. But one day Teeny can show them: that the smallest dog is the bravest of them all! And adventure can wait behind every corner …

Electric Fish

  • Susan Kreller
  • Autumn 2019, 192 pages, 13.8 x 22.0 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 12+
  • All rights available

Emma has to move from Dublin to rural Germany. She misses everything about Ireland. Even the Baltic Sea is no consolation. Emma wants only one thing: to return home as soon as possible. Levin, a boy in her new class offers to help her. But after a while, it seems he doesn’t really want her to leave Emma, too, gradually begins to doubt the merits of her escape plan… Susan Kreller has written a heart warming novel about homesickness and the myriad ways of being a stranger.

Protecting Our Climate

  • Anja Reumschüssel
  • Spring 2020, 240 pages, 12 x 18.7 cm
  • Paperback
  • Ages 13+
  • All rights available

The book for the most important debate of our time by “German Children’s Literature Award” winner Anja Reumschüssel: How do dying bees effect our environment and why do electronic devices break just after a few years? With clarity and insight Anja Reumschüssel takes readers on a journey through the most important aspects of climate change and how to protect our environment.

Choco-Cadabra

  • Maja von Vogel
  • Illustrated by Franziska Harvey
  • Autumn 2019, 128 pages, 16 x 21.5 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 7+
  • Rights sold to Denmark

7 children on a quest to find the 7 ingredients of magical cocoa: Everyday, Amanda, Oskar, and their friends work their fingers to the bone in the orphanage run by nasty Agatha Stinkwort. Until one day they find a peculiar container with mysterious writing: the recipe for the legendary happiness cocoa! A feverish search for the seven ingredients begins… And the children find friendship, courage and happiness on the biggest adventure of their lives.

A Tree for Tomti

  • Nina Blazon
  • Illustrated by Karin Lindermann
  • Autumn 2019, 144 pages, 17.3 x 24.5 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 8+
  • Rights sold to Denmark

The tree-spirit Tomti is looking for a new home. He’s mistakenly found his way into Maja’s apartment, but he knows what he needs: a new tree to live in. And that’s not so easy, because trees everywhere – city, countryside, and forest – already have the strangest occupants in them. And so an action-packed search begins…

Freaky Elevator (Vol. 1) – Gold Digger

  • Christian Tielmann
  • Illustrated by Zapf
  • Spring 2020, 224 pages, 14.8 x 21 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 9+
  • All rights available

Jove was on his way to get milk when he accidentally finds himself in Elevator 3 – or otherwise known as the Elevator of Death! But even worse, he can’t get out. With the tools left in the cabin he tries to pry open the doors and opens the portal to strange worlds. On every floor there’s a new world waiting to be discovered … and first stop: the Wild West.

Theo knows what he wants

  • Franziska Seyboldt
  • Illustrated by Antje Drescher
  • 32 pages, 25.5 x 27.5 cm
  • Ages 3+
  • Rights sold to China, Denmark, Greece
  • Website

Learning to say No is an important part of growing up.
Theo and Mr. No help kids to develop self-confidence and self-respect. Theo’s story encourages and explains playfully how important it is to say no, and to set boundaries.
A wonderful picture book about being strong.
Sample translation available.

Schlinkepütz, the Monster who was late

  • Susan Kreller
  • Illustrated by SaBine Büchner
  • 96 pages, 20 x 22.9 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 4+
  • Rights sold to Romania, Hungary, Ukraine, Lithuania
  • Website

Schlinkepütz has simply got too much to do: making pizza, spring cleaning, delivering mail, taking triangle lessons – and now babysitting too! No wonder he’s constantly running late, things always go wrong for him and everything is completely chaotic! But when you’ve got such monstrously good monster friends as he does, every tale still has a happy ending!
Sample translation available.

LeYo! series: The Airport

  • Spring 2016, 16 pages,
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 4–7
  • Rights sold to Taiwan and GB
  • Website

LeYo! is discovery fun with book and app! LeYo! connects analog and digital worlds.

Available Topics: Airport, Trains, Birds, Forest, Dinosaurs, Knights, Pirats, Learning English, Music, Scarry Stories, Fairy Tales and many more...

School of Magical Animals: Holidays at Last (vol. 1)

  • Margit Auer
  • Illustrated by Nina Dulleck
  • Spring 2016, 224 pages,
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 8+
  • Rights sold to Hungary and Spain
  • Website

Over 400,000 ›School of Magical Animals‹ books already sold and translations in 12 languages: the time has come to let the magical animals and their children off for the holidays.

A spin-off full of new holiday adventures from the series that everyone loves, and which has already become a children’s book classic.

The Firecracker Gang (vol. 1)

  • Sandra Grimm
  • Illustrated by Meike Haberstock
  • Spring 2016, 128 pages,
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 7+
  • All rights available
  • Website

A new series for wild boys: turbulent, hilarious and exciting. What do the boys of the Firecracker Gang want? An adventure of course! And that adventure arrives sooner than they think: someone disappears from the area and electronic equipment starts turning up in the woods...

Earl of Chewing-Gums

  • Kirsten Reinhardt
  • Illustrated by Marie Geißler
  • Spring 2017, 224 pages,
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 10+
  • All rights available
  • Website

At first, the old earl doesn’t know how to react when he meets the runaway Eli: What about his daily routines? But then, against all expectations, they become friends. Eli is even allowed to look at his secret collection of chewed chewing gums. Each one has a story. But Eli, too. At the end, not only Eli finds a new home, but also the chewed chewing gums…
Kirsten Reinhardt is incomparable – previous books have been translated into English, Turkish, Spanish and Catalan.

Please Don’t Open – Vicious!

  • Charlotte Habersack
  • Illustrated by Fréderic Bertrand
  • 240 pages,
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 8+
  • Rights sold to China, Czech Republic, Hungary, Korea, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Turkey, Denmark and Lithuania
  • Website

“Please don’t open!” is written on the mysterious package which Nemo receives one day. Obviously Nemo opens it ... and then three things happen:

  1. a greedy yeti knight jumps out,
  2. it starts to snow outside – even though it’s the middle of summer, and
  3. the yeti starts to grow. Really tall! Two and a half metres tall!
    While Nemo’s home town descends into snowy chaos, Nemo and his friends are faced with a bit of a problem: how on earth do you hide a yeti? A turbulent race against time ensues ...

In the Year of the Monkey

  • Que Du Luu
  • Spring 2016, 288 pages,
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 14+
  • All rights available
  • Website

Mini is a banana: yellow on the outside, white on the inside. Her father however is through and through yellow: he can only speak broken German and runs a Chinese restaurant. When Mini’s tradition-conscious uncle comes to visit, he brings new life to her father’s restaurant – but Mini suddenly realises that she comes from a completely different culture. What’s more, her uncle forces them to confront their past again: their previous life in Vietnam and their escape to Europe.

Conni is angry

  • Liane Schneider
  • Illustrated by Janina Görrissen
  • Autumn 2017, 32 pages, 20 x 26.5 cm
  • Hardcover
  • 3+
  • Rights sold to Albania, China, Denmark, France, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Turkey, Ukraine
  • Website

CONNI is Germany’s best-known role model – growing up with the children. There are books for children age 3 and up, novels for the age groups 7+, 10+ and 12+.

We have just celebrated 25 years of CONNI at Carlsen, and would love to share our publishing experiences and success with you.

Content picture book:

Sometimes everyhing goes wrong: Conni experiences the feeling of anger and the need to give vent to it.

Little Sea of Childhood Dreams

  • Tamara Bach
  • Spring 2018, 144 pages, 14 x 22 cm
  • Hardcover
  • 14+
  • Website

Only this weekend. Just one more time staying in Grandpa’s old house in the middle of nowhere, where everything always was fine. That’s everything Ben – who just came of age and is stuck in school, family and life – wants. Getting out, if only for a few days. Together with his older sister Annika, who always was the more reasonable of both. A walk, an Easter bonfire, a toppled table and its consequences – nothing is the same in the end.

Starry Dreams

  • Sofie Cramer
  • Spring 2018, 288 pages, 15 x 21 cm
  • Hardcover
  • 11+
  • Website

Three girls, three wishes, one App that makes dreams come true. Leni wants to be Nick’s girlfriend. Amelie doesn’t want her parents to divorce, and Paula could have been a star by now, but her parents won’t allow her to go to drama school. If a mysterious App can help them, wouldn’t it be worth trying?

A story of friendship, love and family. The App connects the three girls, also in real life.

Storm

  • Jan Birck
  • Illustrated by Jan Birck
  • Spring 2018, 128 pages, 17.5 x 24.5 cm
  • Hardcover
  • 6+
  • Right sold to The Netherlands, Finnland
  • Website

Storm is the most cheeky boy you can imagine, that’s why his parents make him attend a convent school. But, all Storm really wants is to become a warrior … When one day, Storm and his dog are kidnapped by a viking, he sees the chance of a lifetime: finally he can prove that he is a dab hand at being brave and wild! That’s easier said than done, but then Storm makes an epoch-making invention: Football!

Start of a new series by bestselling author Jan Birck!

Wild Animals in the City

  • Katalina Brause
  • Illustrated by Wiebke Rauers
  • Spring 2018, 144 pages, 17.5 x 24.5 cm
  • Hardcover
  • 5+
  • Website

A group of desert animal friends (desert Fox, a dromedary, a grumpy chameleon and a belligerent termite) live peacefully in the desert of Sandara. When in the neighbouring City “Turboland” a motor racing is about to take place, they decide to participate, everyone for their own reason, fighting the “Big Three”, their obnoxious counterparts... Start of a new series!

Daddy Can Do (Nearly) Everything

  • Günther Jakobs
  • Illustrated by Günther Jakobs
  • Spring 2018, 32 pages, 25 x 25 cm
  • Hardcover
  • 4+
  • Rights sold to Denmark and Italy
  • Website

A sensitive and warmhearted story about what children love about their father and what makes him their hero: and it’s not only that he can drive a car and knows how to repair toys ... there is so much more!

Looking for a new home!

  • John Chambers
  • Illustrated by Henrike Wilson
  • Spring 2018, 32 pages, 25.55 x 27.6 cm
  • Hardcover
  • 4+
  • Website

A penguin family goes on a risky journey to reach a place of safety after their home is endangered by war, in order to start a new life there.

Facing the inhabitants of the unknown land, the little penguin hopes for new friends and takes the first step towards them. A story about courage, friendship and empathy – and about finding a new home!

Feely

  • Nanna Neßhöver
  • Illustrated by Annette Swoboda
  • Spring 2019, 32 pages, 25 x 22.8 cm
  • 3 to 6
  • Rights sold to Romania
  • Website

»Feely« is a colourful journey into the universe of feelings. Children get the opportunity to learn and talk about their feelings, even feelings that are not easy to accept.

This book is a perfect companion also for teachers.

The Last Sheep

  • Ulrich Hub
  • Illustrated by Jörg Mühle
  • Autumn 2018, 80 pages, 16 x 21.5 cm
  • 8+
  • Rights sold to China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Italy and Korea
  • Website

Seven sheep searching for Jesus’ crib – here’s (finally!) a slightly different Christmas story.
Shrewd, witty and funny!

The new book by bestselling author Ulrich Hub, with colored illustrations by Jörg Mühle.

A Tree so High

  • Jörg Hilbert
  • Illustrated by Jörg Hilbert
  • Spring 2019, 48 pages, 20.3 x 36.5 cm
  • 3 to 7
  • All rights available
  • Website

Peaceful coexistence of the most diverse beings is possible.
The animals of the tree get along and it’s fun to join them!

Plastic? Try to Live Without It!

  • Dela Kienle
  • Illustrated by Horst Hellmeier
  • Autumn 2019, 48 pages, 13 x 18.5 cm
  • 8+
  • Rights sold to Korea, Hungary and Poland
  • Website

Toothbrush, fleece jacket, Lego bricks, yogurt cups ... Our everyday life is full of plastic.
Can we change it? YES, try to avoid it!

The book offers a lot of information about plastic and ideas to reduce our plastic consumption.

Words with a “L”

  • Tamara Bach
  • Spring 2019, 176 pages,
  • 11+
  • All rights available
  • Website

A book that speaks from the soul of young people!

Rebecca – Cursed in England!

  • Barbara Laban
  • Spring 2019, 224 pages,
  • 10+
  • All rights available
  • Website

Spine-chiller and school story in one: Rebecca has to go to England, doing a language trip to a quiet coastal town. While every other student gets wonderful host parents, Rebecca comes to Mrs Lydia. She is the owner of Blackhill Castle and this old castle is supposed to be cursed. Even more scary is that Rebecca exactly looks like the victims of the curse.

Rebecca decides to reveal more secrets that Blackhill Castle hides ...

Kipper and Mimi, Vol. 1

  • Franziska Gehm
  • Illustrated by Fréderic Bertrand
  • Spring 2019, 80 pages,
  • 6+
  • Rights sold to Russia an Romania
  • Website

Naturally sloth Kipper prefers to sleep – all day long! But then moth Mimi turns his life inside out.

Adventurous series for boys and girls, completed in three volumes.

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