Claudia Schreiber liest aus "Sultan und Kotzbrocken in einer Welt ohne Kissen"
The sultan thinks it’s great fun to just laze about. Doing nothing at all is his favourite pastime – as long as there’s plenty of servants around to cater to his every whim. But what happens when he’s left to look after himself with no survival skills whatsoever? The delightfully funny roadtrip of an utterly clueless sovereign who has been stripped
of all his powers…
The sultan has been lazy, indolent and carefree for as long as he can remember. He’s looked after by 100 women and he’s got his servant Scumbag to heave him up onto a pile of cushions whenever he fancies. But this idle idyll comes to an abrupt end when a pretender has his eye set on the throne. The old sultan has no choice but to vacate his palace overnight. But where can he go? How will he live? Will he be able to survive at all? These questions could drive the sultan to despair if it wasn’t for his trusty servant Scumbag, the proud owner of a little house with an overgrown garden. He has plenty of work and is well versed in the ways of the world —at least he doesn’t run around in pointy slippers thinking that eggs grow on trees…
The long-awaited sequel to Sultan & Kotzbrocken, the funniest ruler-servant duo in children’s literature