Hans Magnus Enzensberger

Hans Magnus Enzensberger was born in 1929 in Kaufbeuren, is a poet, essayist, biographer, editor and translator and one of Germany’s most influential and famous writers. Hanser children’s books has published his titles Der Zahlenteufel (1997), Wo warst du, Robert? (1998), Esterhazy (2009) and Bibs (2009). Hans Magnus Enzensberger lives in Munich.

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Shock-Headed Peter's Return

Shock-Headed Peter's Return

Let’s raise the curtain on the Shock-Headed Peter of the 21st century: in a cheeky, witty book, chock full of surprising punchlines, Hans Magnus Enzensberger has rewritten the stories of Little ...

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Louisiana Story

Louisiana Story

Grinning alligators, sweaty jazz cellars, and in their midst, a young German intellectual. This is what Louisiana might have looked like to the 28-year-old Hans Magnus Enzensberger when he ...

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From Mark Twain’s Adam’s Diary

From Mark Twain’s Adam’s Diary

A man and a woman; a tree, an apple and a snake. Everyone knows the story of Adam and Eve. Now Andreas Thalmayr tells us what really happened in the Garden of Eden. Following in the footsteps of ...

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Bibs

Bibs

Bibs is in a lousy mood. His bike has vanished, his parents are cross with him, and, all in all, everything and everyone is getting on his nerves. His only escape is to hide in the washing basket ...

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Esterhazy

Esterhazy

The Esterhazy dynasty is a noble family of rabbits going back countless generations, but they have a problem of decreasing proportions… every succeeding generation is smaller than the last! ...

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Exodus from Xanadu

Exodus from Xanadu

Gustafsson's new poems evoke a poetical world between present and past, reality and reflection.

Every year at the end of August, Kubla Khan departed from his summer residence in ...

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Not Told

Not Told

A joint project by writer W.G. Sebald and painter Jan Peter Tripp, in preparation for a long time and now published posthumously.

W.G. Sebald, the writer, was a lifelong admirer of ...

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Awards

2009 Beste 7 Bücher für junge Leser, Deutschlandfunk

1998 Kinder- und Jugendbuchliste (Radio Bremen & SR)

1998 Die besten 7 (Deutschlandfunk)

1997 Die besten 7 (Deutschlandfunk)

1997 Luchs des Monats (Die Zeit & Radio Bremen)

Bibliographie

Im Hanser Kinder- und Jugendbuch sind erschienen:
1997  Der Zahlenteufel. Sachbuch. Illustriert von Rotraut Susanne Berner
1998  Wo warst du, Robert? Jugendbuch
2009  Esterhazy. Bilderbuch. Text zusammen mit Irene Dische. Illustriert von Michael Sowa
2009  Bibs. Bilderbuch. Illustriert von Rotraut Susanne Berner
2020  Struwwelpeters Rückkehr. Illustriert von Anke Kuhl