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  • Gerhard Staguhn

    Sun, Wind and Rain

    Everybody talks about the dangers of global warming and the changes in the weather. But do we really know what we are saying? If not, this is the ideal beginner's guide to meteorology in the age ... More about this title

  • Gerhard Staguhn

    The Search for Life's Blueprint

    The history of evolution, decoding the genome and brain research – three controversial scientific fields are at the centre of Gerhard Staguhn's new book. In recent years research on the ... More about this title

  • Joachim Widmann, Gerhard Staguhn

    Why Cats Always Land on Their Feet

    Why do cats always land on their feet? Why does lightning strike more men than women? But also: Why does the world exist? Or: Why do we fall in love? Such questions occupy all of us at one time ... More about this title

  • Joachim Widmann, Gerhard Staguhn

    Why Do People Have No Fur?

    New Everyday Riddles
    In his second book of everyday riddles, Gerhard Staguhn once more answers even the most tricky questions with scientific accuracy, while making them comprehensible for non-scientists - and proves ... More about this title

  • Gerhard Staguhn

    Why man can't hold his peace

    Men have always gone to war: for food and land, for fame and honour, for oil and diamonds, in the name of patriotism or religion. Are wars, then, a necessity? Gerhard Staguhn's book addresses ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    Charlotte and the Wolves

    Charlotte the sheep is as brave-hearted as ever – she's not afraid of anyone or anything, not even wolves.

    Ever since she went, on her own, down into the valley to get help for the ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    Charlotte the Sheep and her Friends

    Everyone loves brave Charlotte, even the old sheep in the flock - it's just her friends they find a bit strange. Even though they are the best friends in the whole wide world.

    The ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    Charlotte, the Sheep

    Charlotte climbs trees, jumps into the river and clambers over jagged rocks that no sheep has scaled before. Sometimes she even goes for walks at night – one more thing that a proper sheep ... More about this title

  • Henrike Wilson, Anu Stohner

    Good Night, Stars!

    Little bears don't like to go to bed. Or at least they want to play a going-tosleep-game before bedtime. Just like children do.

    Little Bear is always the fastest when it comes to ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    Little Santa Claus

    A story for cold winter days, and a picture book that will delight not only children and Santa Clauses.

    It is always the smallest Santa who is the first to pack the presents, polish ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    Little Santa Claus Grows Up

    When the Chief Santa retires, the other Santas choose someone from among their ranks to be the new leader – it’s an ancient custom. But this time there’s something not quite right: wherever ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    Little Santa Goes to Town

    The second book about Little Santa who is really big and brave. But, above all, a favourite with children everywhere.

    The animals in the forest are lucky: Little Santa comes to them. ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    Little Santa travels round the World

    When Christmas approaches everything is running according to plan: presents are wrapped, the sleds are spotless and ready for take-off. But then, suddenly, all the Santas have red spots on their ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    Little Santa Travels the World

    At the start of the story, it's just like every other Christmas in the small village in the far, far north where Santa and his helpers live. All the presents have been wrapped. Their boots have ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    Little Santa’s Greatest Adventures

    The very best stories about every child’s favourite Santa, now presented in a single volume anthology
    Children the world over love the adventures of Little Santa, who always wins out in ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    The Scatterbrained Little Witch

    If the scatterbrained little witch forgets a word in her spells here and there, she simply substitutes something else. That’s why she has a crooked broom instead of a streamlined one, a blue ... More about this title

  • Anu Stohner, Henrike Wilson

    The Scatterbrained Little Witch and the Magician

    She is just sitting down to a cosy breakfast with her blue rabbit when the two of them wince. A huge clap of thunder shakes the forest, and then another! And after twelve thunderclaps, who should ... More about this title

  • Janne Teller

    All that Matters

    What compels a young man to use gratuitous violence? Is there any way of understanding intolerance and extremism? When is revenge an acceptable motive? Can you hold people responsible for their ... More about this title

  • Janne Teller

    Nothing

    This book has triggered heated debates and will continue to do so: Nothing is a parable about the meaning of life – intense and primal, at once thoroughly chilling and deeply moving.
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  • Andreas Thalmayr

    From Bad to Verse

    Everybody knows some poems. Our minds teem with verses: from nursery rhymes, songs, advertisements and God knows where. So where does the widespread dislike of poetry originate? Is it the ... More about this title

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