Sleepover in the Forest
Published on 14.12.2021
Reading level: 24 months
175 mm x 215 mm
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- Hide-and-seek effect thanks to the different lengths of the pages
- Latest title by bestselling duo Anna Taube and Eefje Kuijl
- The funniest bedtime story you will read this year
Tonight's the night: hazel dormouse Holly invited her friend the racoon for a sleepover! Soon all the other animals want to join on the branch. Even Ben the bear shows up! Is this really a good idea though on this tiny branch?
Little drama llama Dana is back! In the Lama house, preparations are being made for Christmas. But this time the big llamas do the drama and sink into the classic Christmas frustration. Instead of contemplation and candlelight, there is preparation stress and Christmas joy just won't happen. Only the little llama knows what Christmas is really about and ends the big Christmas drama with lots of llama charm and wit.
A funny Christmas story for toddlers aged 2 and up, told in witty rhymes by Anna Taube and congenially illustrated by Eefje Kuijl.
Christmas biscuits are being baked in the kindergarten. The food processor rattles, the oven beeps and Michel drops an egg. Splash! Accompany Bobbi the dachshund to the Christmas market, where the hand organ is playing Christmas carols. Oh and listen! What does it sound like when the animals in the stable celebrate Christmas with farmer Johann? Press the sound buttons and find out.
7 funny stories offer the very first Christmas read-along and read-along fun for children from 24 months. Small pictures in the text invite children to search and bring the stories to life at the touch of a button.
The lion roars so loudly that every animal in the jungle can hear it, the giraffe has the longest neck. and the hedgehog can protect himself from any danger with his many spines. Wonderfully cute animal illustrations by Anan Wainakh invite you to look at them and discover them. The funny rhymed text playfully conveys the very first animal knowledge and reflects the diversity of our colourful world in a natural way.To the product
Supported by beautiful, atmospheric illustrations, this picture book helps children and parents to understand mental stress better and, above all, to respond sensitively to those affected. In this children's book, some important topics such as ADHD, authism and obsessive-compulsive disorder are addressed and explained in an understandable way. This enables children to have more understanding for others or those affected can get incentives to make their everyday life easier.To the product
Seven short stories that invite children to actively take part in the reading: each text misses some words, which are replaced by small illustrations. These can also be found on the right side of each double page as part of a bigger illustration. As soon as the corresponding element has been found and pressed, the missing word and a matching sound can be heard. These stories which are taking place on the playground, at the seaside or at the farm for example are a great fun for children and parents alike!To the product
Everybody has to use the loo, no matter how big or tiny you are! At the moment, Mr. Bear is holding up the queue, can you hear him? What is he doing? The other animals are curious too, so Mr. Bear shows them how to properly go to the bathroom. Peeing, wiping, flushing, cleaning. Everything can be fun! Just don’t forget to wash your hands when you are done!To the product
Katta Kitti has to pee. And she is not the only one! The elephant, the penguins and the monkeys also need to pee. Soon, the whole zoo is lining up in front of the loo. But the snake shows up and simply jumps the queue – how rude! Now everybody starts to push and shove. Finally the door of the toilet house opens up and who’s there? It’s zookeeper Toni! He reminds the animals to line up properly…. and to use toilet paper!To the product
Dana is a happy and lively little llama girl. Just not today. She doesn’t want to comb her hair
or eat her grandma’s delicious leaves for lunch. And during the afternoon hike with her dad,
her hooves suddenly hurt so much that she simply can’t walk one more step. Nobody knows
why, but every situation turns into a huge llama-drama and Dana can’t help it. Can anything
cheer the little llama up?
Gaëlle Toquin and Mathilde Deroubaix
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