- date of publication: 25.08.2014
- from age 10
- 192 Pages
- Hanser Verlag
- ISBN 978-3-446-24627-0
- Deutschland: 12,90 €
- Österreich: 13,30 €
A good moan gets it all out of your system. That’s Maulina Schmitt’s philosophy, anyway – and she’s the cheekiest, most irrepressible moaner under the sun. But now it’s all or nothing: major confidences and phenomenal, top-secret soup recipes. It’s about the stars in the firmament, infinity – it’s about life and death. All of a sudden there’s a bustle of jolly activity in Moldavia, Maulina’s beloved old home. Her father has moved in with his new family! Maulina takes over the attic above, setting up a moan-tropolis all her own! There’d be room for everyone if they wanted to come: her brother Paul, his dog Kurt, her turtles Lenny and Roy, her father and even her mother
Klara; somehow or other they could all fit in. Back in Plasticville where Paulina actually lives with her mother, wheelchair-bound Rolf loses his job – which is not good news – and Klara’s illness is going from bad to worse.
Maulina would need to learn how to work magic because nothing else is going to help. But how and where do you pick up a skill like that?
The conclusion of the new trilogy by the two winners of the German Prize for Young Readers’ Literature.
A feel-good book full of warmth and humour starring a delightfully unconventional, self-possessed young heroine
France (Thierry Magnier); Spain (Edebé); Turkey (Tudem); Russia (Samokat), Iceland (Angústúra)