Coppenrath Verlag

The Publishing House and its History

Coppenrath Publishing in Muenster has a long tradition: in 1768 Josef Heinrich Coppenrath founded Coppenrath Publishing. For over two centuries the firm remained familyowned until the young graphic artist and publisher Wolfgang Hölker took it over in 1978. He gave the company a new direction with his innovative ideas. The program emphasises both children- and gift-books. »I have to be proud of the books that I publish«, Wolfgang Hölker says. So arose children-books of high graphic quality, which always include something special.

Board Books

»Growing up with Coppenrath« is the topic of the guidance concept for the first three years of life. Audienceadequate book concepts, exceptional designs and sophisticated equipment shapes characterize the program of cloth picture and board books – and last but not least the series mini musicians: hands-on books on the subject of music for children from 18 months to 5 years.

Picture Books

Well-known authors and illustrators characterize the high-quality picture and story books with their handwriting and the special flair for original stories, child-friendly illustrations and lovable characters. The most successful figure of the publishing house is Felix, who has been capturing the hearts of children for 25 years. Princess Lillifee, Capt'n Sharky and others became popular the following years. The accompanying non-book items have a permanent place in children's rooms around the world.

Creative and Non-Fiction Books

The fresh and modern program offers plenty of suggestions for small and big artists. Our programs ›Mini-Artists‹ and ›100% do it yourself‹ offer all creative kids a lot of fun and guarantee reliable success.

Audiobooks

Singing, dancing, playing - that is the motto of the program ›Eyes & Ears‹. Well-known voices of e.g. Sissi Perlinger, Axel Prahl and Dirk Bach invite listeners to a true feast for the ears.

Juvenile and Young Adult Books

Coppenrath Publishing offers a versatile youth book program since 2006. It has been continually grown and has established itself as a successful market segment. The range of topics is wide: from comic novels for youths, mystery science fiction for teens and young adults - from exciting reading material to sophisticated fiction.

Authors and Illustrators

Dorothea Ackroyd, aprilkind, Ingela Arrhenius, Hartmut Bieber, Sarah Bosse, Sybille Brauer, Iacopo Bruno, Constanza Droop, Nina Dulleck, Rolf Fänger & Ulrike Möltgen, Monika Finsterbusch, Anna Fleck, Raimund Frey-Spieker, Christian Friedrich, Lina Frisch, Steven Gätjen, Nicholas Gannon, Erwin Grosche, Michaela Hanauer, Andrea Hebrock, Dagmar Henze, Günther Jakobs, Outi Kaden, Andreas Karlström, Yayo Kawamura, Constanze von Kitzing, Annette Langen, Jutta und Jeremy Langreuter, Eleni Livanios, Erik Ole Lindström, Christian Loeffelbein, Stephan Lomp, Sebastian Loth, Kai Lüftner, Alexia Meyer-Kahlen, MinaLima, Minimusiker, Matthias Morgenroth, Anne Mußenbrock, Silvio Neuendorf, Stephan Pricken, Wiebke Rauers, Katja Reider, Nikolai Renger, Thea Roß, Patricia Schröder, Kerstin M. Schuld, Barbara van den Speulhof, Cally Stronk, Antje Szillat, Teri Terry, THiLO, Jochen Till, Kerstin Völker, Walko, Ross Welford, Henrike Wilson and many others.

Current awards

  • Kalbacher Klapperschlange 2020 – Andrea Russo: Green Witch
  • Buchsommer-Leserpreis Sachsen 2019 – Katrin Lankers: Zurück auf Gestern
  • KIMI Kinderbuchsiegel 2019 – Teri Terry: Exit Now
  • Buch des Jahres Preis der Literatur-Couch 2018 – Ross Welford: Was du niemals tun solltest, wenn du unsichtbar bist
  • Hansjörg-Martin-Preis 2018 – Ortwin Ramadan: Glück ist was für Anfänger

Publications

  • Hallo Nuffi

    Author
    Julia Bierkandt
    Illustrator
    aprilkind
    Infos
  • Nella Nixe - Ein Geschenk für Gustav Krabbenkeks

    Illustrator
    Monika Finsterbusch
    Infos
  • Dinosaurier - Lebensgroß

    Author
    Raimund Frey-Spieker
    Infos
  • Emilio und das Meer

    Author
    Elisa Sabatinelli
    Illustrator
    Iacopo Bruno
    Infos
  • Meeresglühen - Geheimnis in der Tiefe

    Author
    Anna Fleck
    Infos

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Memento Monstrum - Careful, it Bites!

  • Jochen Till
  • Illustrated by Wiebke Rauers
  • Autumn 2020, 200 pages, 19 x 23 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Age 9+
  • All rights available

• The reasonably true memoirs of Count Dracula
• Tales about yetis, werewolves and vampires to delight the whole family

Count Dracula believes his end is nigh: a weekend alone with his three grandchildren – how is he supposed to survive that?! But then they get their hands on the old photo album and all of a sudden, Grandpa Dracula is a pretty cool guy!

The Flying School of Adventurers (Vol. 1) – The Fire Tiger of Batavia

  • written by THiLO, based on an idea by Michael Mack, Jörg Ihle, Tobias Mundinger and Nils Feigenwinter
  • Illustrated by Max Meinzold
  • Autumn 2020, 144 pages, 14.2 x 21 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Age 8+
  • All rights available

• The first book in a fast-paced adventure series
• In cooperation with Europa Park

Belle, Oni and Oliver are in training to become real-life adventurers! The timetable includes travelling the world, discovering magic objects and researching mysterious creatures. The adventure begins on their very first day of school, when a famous magic dagger called the Fire Tiger is stolen. The young thief, Connor Blaze, is a real artful dodger and therefore a perfect candidate for the school of adventurers! With him, the first excursion turns into a hellish trip into the fantastical world of the pirates…

Monsters!

  • Stephan Pricken
  • Illustrated by Stephan Pricken
  • Autumn 2020, 32 pages, 23 x 30 cm
  • Picturebook
  • Age 4+
  • All rights available

• Important topics: fear of monsters and courage
• Funny stories, told from a child’s-eye view

Saturday morning, 5.47 am. Joschi is wide awake – but sadly, Mum and Dad aren’t. And Joschi really, really wants to listen to an audiobook. But he can only do that in the living room. And there are monsters ... But when the monsters go after Trinchen rabbit’s carrots, Joschi plucks up all his courage and blocks their way. Knock, Platsch und Pong are cupboardcrawlers – so called because they crawl into the human world through one cupboard, and out again through another. The three of them would really like to get back to their own world right away, but not every cupboard is suitable for crawling. Can Joschi help them find the right one ... ?

Kalle Cool and Friends (Vol. 1)

  • Cally Stronk & Christian Friedrich
  • Illustrated by Constanze von Kitzing
  • Autumn 2020, 128 pages, 17 x 22 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Age 5+
  • All rights available

• Read-aloud book with comic elements – super-cute and super-cool
• The best hamster band in the world!

While his cage is being cleaned one day, Kalle spots his chance. He’s off! All alone in the big, wide world, at first he feels quite lonely. It’s pretty dangerous out there! Luckily he meets Rosa Rat and Croakmaster Craak the frog. They are not only the best friends in the world, but just like Kalle, they have rhythm in their blood…

The Great Felix World Atlas

  • Annette Langen
  • Illustrated by Constanza Droop
  • Autumn 2020, 60 pages, 22.8 x 32.5 cm
  • Picturebook
  • Ages 5+
  • Rights sold to Korea, Poland

• Updated, new edition of our successful title
• Professional cartographical material
• Giant poster with world map
• With removable compass

Goodbye Little Birdy! A Story About Saying Goodbye, and Death

  • Maja Bach
  • Illustrated by Günther Jakobs
  • Autumn 2020, 32 pages, 22 x 25 cm
  • Picturebook
  • Ages 5+
  • All rights available

• Exploring sensitive themes
• Eases talk with children about death

Ole, Paula and Lotta are playing in the garden when they discover a bird behind a pile of leaves. It’s lying there, completely still – on its back, eyes shut, feathers ruffled. “It’s not alive anymore!” Lotta can tell: for she knows about these things. “After all, my grandma has been dead, too, once.” But how is it really with death? What happens at a funeral? Do all dead people go to heaven? And what are the kids supposed to do now with the little birdy? This colourful and lightly written book is perfect for introducing the topic and initiating a first open conversation with the family.

Search a Picture, Find a Word. 100 First Words

  • Illustrated by Sybille Brauer
  • Autumn 2020, 20 pages, 15.5 x 15.5 cm
  • Boardbook
  • Ages 12 months+
  • All rights available

• The new classic for a child’s bookshelf
• Board pages are light as a feather and super thick
• With 100 little pictures for the 100 most important words
• Unusual coloured page edges

The indispensable dictionary for little wordsmiths. 100 realistically-illustrated objects from children’s everyday lives, printed on super-thick pages, encourage children to discover, name and recognise things. The ideal language-development tool for every child!

Who’s That Roaring?

  • Anna Taube
  • Illustrated by Günther Jakobs
  • Autumn 2020, 14 pages, 20 x 20 cm
  • Boardbook
  • Ages 24 months+

• Very funny, rhyming stories
• The relaunch of our successful title
• 5 realistic animal noises

My Baby Bliss Play Book

  • Illustrated by Anne Mussenbrock
  • Autumn 2020, 12 pages, 22 x 22 cm
  • Boardbook
  • Ages 12 months+
  • All rights available

• Unique range of effects
• Appeals to all of a young child’s senses
• With touch-and-feel elements, finger-tracks, flaps, mirror, peephole, pull-tabs, and rotatable rattle-ball

Little Fritzi Fox

  • Illustrated by Henrike Wilson
  • Autumn 2020, 16 pages, 17 x 17 cm
  • Boardbook
  • Ages 12 months+
  • All rights available

• Successful concept: Mama, where are you?
• Large flaps for searching and finding
• The picture-book illustrator Henrike Wilson, now in board books!

Rulantica (Vol. 2) – The Plot of the Gods

  • written by Michaela Hanauer, based on an idea by Michael Mack, Jörg Ihle and Tobias Mundinger
  • Illustrated by Helge Vogt
  • Autumn 2020, 304 pages pages, 14.2 x 21 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 10+
  • Rights sold to (series): France, Italy

Rising Skye (Vol. 2) – Will Your Feelings Save You?

  • Lina Frisch
  • Autumn 2020, 464 pages pages, 14.2 x 21 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 14+
  • All rights available

• The brilliant sequel to Falling Skye: frighteningly realistic finale
• A tension-driven, perceptive dystopia about discrimination and populism
• Lina Frisch – a young, feminist voice

The Transparent Nations – formerly the United States of America – are heading for the next great crisis, and nothing less than emancipation, equal rights and democracy are at stake. Skye and Hunter try to inform the public about the government’s plan, particularly the ReNatura programme that calls women’s rights into question in a big way. But it isn’t just the Crystallisers who are hard on the young pair’s heels… a breathless chase begins. Can Skye’s love for Hunter survive the fight for freedom and equality? What is her mother Beth (the powerful head of an underground organisation) hiding? And will Skye ever be able to trust her feelings?

The Make-It-Better - Book 75 Ways You Can Change the World

  • Miriam Holzapfel & Children for a Better World (ed.)
  • Illustrated by Janina Lentföhr
  • Autumn 2019, 128 pages, 17 x 22 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 8+
  • All rights available

Improve the world with projects lasting from one hour to several days – an appeal to society’s sense of justice.

Life-Size - Woodland Animals

  • Holger Haag
  • Illustrated by Manfred Rohrbeck
  • Autumn 2019, 56 pages, 24.8 x 34.7 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 5+
  • Rights sold to China (Simplified), Estonia, Russia

Most animals are shy and hide away from people. But in this book, they look at us. In the eye, close up, head-on. 15 animals, as big as they really are. Life-size!

Green Witch

  • Andrea Russo
  • Autumn 2019, 240 pages,
  • 14.2 x 21 cm
  • Ages 10+
  • Rights sold to Czech Republic

An exciting adventure about a young, modern and witty witch with a big mouth who is about to learn about her calling.

The Grumbletroll … Wants to be First! (Vol.3)

  • by aprilkind
  • Illustrated by Stephan Pricken
  • Written by Barbara van den Speulhof,
  • Autumn 2020, 23 x 30 cm, 32 pages, Picturebook
  • Age 3+
  • Rights sold to (series): Bulgaria, Denmark, The Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain (Catalan, Spanish), USA (World English)

The Grumbletroll only wants one thing: to win the big soapbox-car race! Luckily, he’s come up with a special gimmick for his car, which really does allow him to overtake everyone from behind. The bird is so startled that he crashes into the barrier! The hedgehog drives into a rock, the mouse pulls her steering wheel off and the hare can’t stop in time. Now the Grumbletroll has it easy, and he’s the first to cross the finish line. Winner! But is it really such a good thing to be first when your friends have fallen by the wayside?

Idea and concept by aprilkind

Fartypops, the Rattle-Dragon

  • Kai Lüftner
  • Illustrated by Wiebke Rauers
  • Autumn 2019, 32 pages, 21 x 28 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 3+
  • All rights available

“I am different – so what?!” Special bonus: fart button with 5 sounds.

Schmitt - Be Brave!

  • Steven Gätjen & Andreas Karlström
  • Illustrated by Nikolai Renger
  • Spring 2020, 32 pages, 25.4 x 30 cm
  • Picturebook
  • Ages 4+
  • All rights available

Schmitt, the chameleon, encourages children to believe in their own abilities and have the self-confidence to pursue their goals.

Come, Discover the Woods

  • Ann-Katrin Heger
  • Illustrated by Antje Flad
  • Autumn 2019, 14 pages, 21.5 x 23.5 cm
  • Boardbook
  • 24 month +
  • Rights sold to Croatia, Slovenia

Understand the world, with lots of special effects – with flaps, fold-out sections and peepholes.

Wich Animal Lives Here? Quack-Quack!

  • Illustrated by Marlit Peikert
  • Spring 2020, 12 pages, 16 x 16 cm
  • Boardbook
  • 18 month +
  • All rights available

Die-cut pages create a panorama effect – with easy-to-use pulltabs.

Copy Me! Arguing and Making Up

  • Illustrated by Outi Kaden
  • Autumn 2019, 16 pages, 16 x 16 cm
  • Boardbook
  • 24 month +
  • All rights available

A playful way to learn important social skills: Ideal for children starting daycare outside the family.

My First Ball Book Series

  • Illustrated by Christine Kugler
  • Autumn 2019, 14 pages, 18 x 15.5 cm
  • Boardbook
  • 6 month +
  • Rights sold to (series): Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia

With die-cut holes and rotatable rattle ball.

My Wild World – My Colourful Animal ABC

  • Illustrated by Anne Mussenbrock
  • Autumn 2018, 28 pages,
  • Boardbook
  • 12 months +
  • Rights sold to Italy, Spain (Catalan)
  • Website

Ape, bear, chameleon – everyone will find their favourite animal in this first animal-ABC.

Vehicles Over and Underground

  • Illustrated by Igor Lange
  • Autumn 2018, 22 pages,
  • Boardbook with fold-out pages
  • 24 months +
  • Rights sold to China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hungary, The Netherlands
  • Website

Detailed illustrations and large fold-out pages reveal interesting scenes at the station, airport and motorway.

You’re Our Biggest Treasure

  • Katja Reider
  • Illustrated by Henrike Wilson
  • Autumn 2018, 32 pages,
  • Picturebook
  • 3+
  • Rights sold to Romania
  • Website

For all those who can’t tell each other often enough how much they love each other.

Hektor Isn’t Scared!

  • Anne Ameling
  • Illustrated by Günther Jakobs
  • Autumn 2018, 32 pages,
  • Picturebook
  • 4+
  • Rights sold to Romania
  • Website

Our new series with “strong” heroes who are allowed to show weaknesses covers preschoolers’ worries, both great and small.

Unicorn Paradise (Vol. 3) – The Festival of Wishes

  • Anna Blum
  • Illustrated by Julia Gerigk
  • Autumn 2018, 128 pages,
  • Hardcover
  • 5+
  • Rights sold to (series): Hungary, Israel
  • Website

Unicorns Vanilla, Rosie and Blue go on an adventure to rescue the big unicorn festival, as their blossoms on the wishing tree seem to have vanished into thin air.

Scaredy-Frog

  • Kai Lüftner
  • Illustrated by Günther Jakobs
  • Spring 2019, 208 pages,
  • Hardcover
  • 9+
  • Rights sold to Hungary
  • Website

Atypical blue treefrog Hope triggers a turbulent series of events after discovering a dead body in the pond.

I can see U

  • Matthias Morgenroth
  • Spring 2019, 304 pages,
  • Hardcover
  • 12+
  • All rights available
  • Website

Artificial Intelligence, romance and data abuse – these current topics make for an unusual yet gripping teenage lovestory.

These are Pictures and Words

  • Illustrated by Yayo Kawamura
  • Autumn 2015, 14 pages, 25.5 x 32 cm
  • Board book
  • Ages 18 months +
  • Rights sold to: Czech Republic, France, The Netherlands, Spain (Spanish and Catalan)
  • Website

Onno & Ontje – Suddenly Best Friends Forever

  • Thomas Springer
  • Illustrated by Matthias Derenbach
  • Spring 2016, 32 pages, 25.4 x 30 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 3+
  • Rights sold to Bulgaria, Estonia, Russia
  • Website

Princess Lillifee Saves Unicorn Paradise (Vol. 12)

  • Burkhard Nuppeney, Monika Finsterbusch
  • Illustrated by Monika Finsterbusch
  • Spring 2016, 36 pages, 24.5 x 30 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 3+
  • Rights sold to: The Netherlands, Spain
  • Website

New format of international bestselling series!

• 2 million copies sold worldwide

• Translated into 25 languages

Young unicorns Rosie, Vanilla and Blue are worried for their homeland: the magic stone which protects their realm is losing its power and only a white unicorn can give power back to the stone. When they meet the unicorn Rosalie in Princess Lillifee’s enchanted garden, they can hardly believe their luck. The white unicorn wants to help immediately and of course Lillifee does not leave her friend alone. Together they get on their way…

Flora Fleetbroom – The Secret in Witch Wood (Vol. 1)

  • Eleni Livanios
  • Illustrated by Eleni Livanios
  • Autumn 2015, 144 pages, 17 x 22 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 7+
  • Rights sold to Romania, Vietnam
  • Website

Launch of an acclaimed new series!

• For all big and small friends of witches

• Fully illustrated chapter books for early readers

• Magical world created for dreamfilled young girls

• Featured in Eselsohr magazine

• Volume 3 published in January 2016, more planned

Could there be a more wonderful place than Witch Rose Valley?

»Definitely not!« thinks witch Flora Fleetbroom, the fastest broomstick rider in the area. One day Flora witnesses something she doesn’t like at all. Ruthless wizard Turdus Merula treats his magical animals badly! When the speaking spider Linne flees to Flora, she and her friends devise a risky plan: they are going to free the magical animals and hide them in Witch Wood!

Make Something Out of It! – Funny, Colourful, Clever Creative Ideas

  • Katja Ensling
  • Illustrated by Ruth Niehoff
  • Autumn 2016, 144 pages, 17.5 x 21.5 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 8+
  • Rights sold to China and The Netherlands
  • Website

• Crafting with things you always find at home: toilet rolls, egg boxes, match boxes or paper plates
• More than 60 ideas

Meja Seagreen (Vol. 1)

  • Erik O. Lindström
  • Illustrated by Wiebke Rauers
  • Spring 2017, 128 pages, 17 x 22 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 6+
  • Rights sold to Israel, Russia
  • Website

• Curtain up for Meja Seagreen – Pippi Longstocking of the ocean!
• A mermaid with a difference: cheeky and adventurous
• Illustrator winner of the Carl Buch prize 2016

Meja Seagreen, the little nixie, is all alone in the round house with the sea-green bell: her parents are away on yet another secret mission. Then one day, Meja discovers a strange parcel outside her front door. Being a curious creature, she opens the box... and in no time at all finds herself face to face with the rather unusual sea turtle Padson, a worryturtle, who from that moment on will follow Meja everywhere. And it’s a good job, because Meja soon embarks on a daring adventure, in which nothing less is at stake than the safety of the underwater city of Lyckhav.

The Finstersteins – Woe to Him Who Wakes the Dead (Vol. 1)

  • Kai Lüftner
  • Illustrated by Fréderic Bertrand
  • Autumn 2016, 224 pages, 14.2 x 21 cm
  • Hardcover
  • Ages 9+
  • Rights sold to Czech Republic
  • Website

• Horridly beautiful illustrations by Fréderic Bertrand

Fred is new in Berlin. His new school proves to be unfriendly: Sunnyboy Amadeus calls the shots there and he can’t stand outsiders. He calls Fred “Fred of the Dead”, because he lives at a graveyard where his mother works. Instead of watching your favourite TV show, for example, he takes a last turn round the graveyard in the evening to make sure all the vaults are securely locked. One day, Fred accidentally opens a vault and finds a piece of parchment. It turns out that his family is cursed. Together with Franz Ferdinand, the other class “freak”, Fred sets out to break the spell.

Have a Go: Feel and Search! Where is Pipo Penguin?

  • Illustrated by Yayo Kawamura
  • Autumn 2017, 12 pages, 20 x 20 cm
  • Boardbook
  • 18 months +
  • Rights sold to Belgium (Dutch), China, Denmark, France, Finland, Spain (Spanish), USA (World English)
  • Website

• Special colour printing for extra brightness

• Flocking on all pages

• Age-appropriate search-and-find fun

Light on, Light off – At my House

  • Illustrated by Dorothea Ackroyd
  • Spring 2018, 12 pages, 21.5 x 23.5 cm
  • Boardbook
  • 12 months +
  • All rights available
  • Website

• Switch the light on and off again and again!

• Extra-large light-up surfaces

• Innovative product format

• Atmospheric illustrations

No! No! I’m not Getting Into a Stranger’s Car!

  • Petra Lazik
  • Illustrated by Kai Schüttler
  • Spring 2018, 32 pages, 22 x 25 cm
  • Picturebook
  • 5+
  • Rights sold to Denmark
  • Website

• Important topic

• Based on current preventionwork

• With practical tips

On the way to kindergarten, a man in a car stops and talks to Marie and her brother Max. He offers to give them a lift. Max really wants a ride in his shiny car, but Marie listens to her gut instinct and says loud and clear: “No!”

Manni in the Moon

  • Kai Lüftner
  • Illustrated by Astrid Henn
  • Autumn 2017, 32 pages, 27 x 24.5 cm
  • Picturebook
  • 4+
  • All rights available
  • Website

They say a man lives in the moon…

• Poetic text

• From Rotz’n’Roll star Kai Lüftner

• Delightful illustrations by Astrid Henn

• Glows in the dark!

Like everyone else, Manni the astronaut – an ingenious chap – believes a man lives in the moon. Without further ado, he builds a rocket and blasts off into space. Discover what – and who – he finds on the moon in exciting verses by renaissance man Kai Lüftner and galactically great illustrations by Astrid Henn.

For all children who dream of flying, and all grown-ups looking for love!

Penny Pony – A Very Stable Friendship (Vol. 1)

  • Patricia Schröder
  • Illustrated by Sabine Rothmund
  • Spring 2018, 160 pages, 14.2 x 21 cm
  • Hardcover
  • 8+
  • Rights sold to (series): Czech Republic, The Netherlands
  • Website

• Genre-busting comic novel with popular pony theme: wildly witty and brilliantly
illustrated

Pia has a new friend: Penny. Or Pony. Unfortunately Penny, the new girl next door, turns into a pony once a month, or whenever she hears a whinny. In desperation, Penny’s mother has rented a stall at a riding stable. But Penny-Pony is the spitting image of one of the competition hopefuls there, whose owner will stop at nothing to win the next show jumping competition. Naturally, Pia and her new pony friend completely mess up the competition.

Fabulous Felina – The Secret of Lucky Clover Farm (Vol. 1)

  • Antje Szillat
  • Illustrated by Angela Glökler
  • Autumn 2017, 144 pages, 14.2 x 21 cm
  • Hardcover
  • 8+
  • Rights sold to (series): Czech Republic, Denmark, The Netherlands
  • Website

• Strong-selling blend: animals and magic, from the pen of successful author Antje Szillat

Just a few days ago, Felina would have sworn that these three things were never going to happen:

  1. Moving with her parents to a farmhouse in the back of beyond to open a vet surgery there.
  2. Falling in love with the over-grown garden and not missing her old home in the city at all.
  3. Having a conversation with a cat.

But all three do happen. And very soon Felina realises that her new ability as a cat whisperer is useful in all kinds of animal emergencies…

Wild Horse Valley

  • Kyra Dittmann
  • Spring 2018, 320 pages, 14.2 x 21 cm
  • Hardcover
  • 12+
  • All rights available
  • Website

• A thrilling adventure

• Kyra Dittmann cleverly mixes tension, romance and a horse theme

• Sympathetic underdog heroine uncovers intrigue in an English manor house

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Contact Person

Publisher Wolfgang Hölker

Managing Director Dr. Lambert Scheer

Program Picture Books, Children’s Books, Young Adults Nicola Dröge

Program Board Books, Creative and Non-Fiction Kathy Heyer

Production Liane Kade

Sales Manuel Knemöller

Director of »Die Spiegelburg« Jörg Ueffing

Foreign Rights Mandy Queißer

Public Relations Tomas Rensing