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Do you know Lommelchen and the three little piglets? Classic GDR children’s stories

Well-known and less well-known authors and illustrators from the GDR tell great stories for young and old. 23 of the most popular stories by unforgettable children’s book artists like the story of the bull Ferdinand, who loves to sit in the flowers. Or from Bettina, who forgets time on the way home. Or the story of Tatu and the three Cecilia .
This book contains many a picture book treasure that has not been available for decades. Stories from Alfred Könner, Ingeborg and Günther Feustel, Fred Rodrian, Isolde Stark, Elizabeth Shaw, Friedrich Wolf, Heinz Kahlau. With the original illustrations by Ingeborg Meyer-Rey, Werner Klemke, Eberhard Binder, Erich Gürtzig, Konrad Golz, Bernhard Nast and many more.

Contains the stories: Brains, my brains, Bettina strolls, Lommelchen, Hans Fröhlich and the bird house, We have no lions, Antonio and grandfather bus .

Not available as individual titles: The Taurus Ferdinand, Little Duck nameless, Ticki Mumm, Tatü and the three Cäcilien, Das Eiszapfenherz, Das Osterhasenfell and many more

Gittis tomato plant by Elizabeth Shaw

One of Elizabeth Shaw’s very first picture books tells the story of Gitti, who so desires a small garden. Then she gets a tomato plant as a present, which she nurtures and tends on the balcony. But one night it storms violently and the plant falls from the balcony parapet. Whether Gitti will ever harvest tomatoes?

The turtle’s birthday

The turtle’s birthday. She would like to have a head of lettuce. Big. Green. Juicy. Does anyone think of it? The lion comes and gives her a piece of meat, the elephant a bucket of water. And so it goes until evening. Then the turtle hears a little voice. It’s the mouse with a big package.

The Grimm Brothers’ Children’s and Household Tales

8o of the most popular and well-known Grimm fairy tales have been compiled in this volume. Werner Klemke provided him with beautiful illustrations – more than four hundred black-and-white pictures and twelve double-sided colored plates – and made this a classic with this equipment.

The Dorle who didn’t want to sleep

Frog little attachments

Frog little attachments – Vladimir Suteev heirs

Frogs move into the world, but he doesn’t get very far.

A little frog once lived with his at a pond in front of the city parents.

Squirrel Pinselohr – Nils Werner

Squirrel Pinselohr Nils Werner

# Hardcover: 32 pages

# Publisher: Leiv Buchhandels- U. Verlagsanst.

# Age: 3-5 years

who does not know it?

You want to be someone else or at least have their skills.

The Mole at School – Zdenek Miler

Alright, I got my first one! Now learns You too, dear ones, because every friend is sweet, with a lollipop or without it.

Zilli, Billi and Willi: Bon appetit. Two animal stories – Elizabeth Shaw

Zilli, Billi and Willi, three lively pigs, build different houses. Zilli builds his house out of straw, Billi out of wood and the clever Willi out of stone. "Now come on, wolf", call. And he comes and blows away the straw and wooden house. Had it not been for Willis Steinhaus, Zilli and Billi could not have saved themselves.

Elizabeth Shaw (1920 – 1992) was born in Belfast / Northern Ireland. In 1946 she married the German artist Rene Graetz and moved to Berlin with him. Elizabeth Shaw created her distinctive cartoons for many magazines and publishers. She illustrated books by Bert Brecht, Mark Twain, James Krüss and Astrid Lindgren. Since 1963 she has also written and illustrated her own stories, which have since become classics in children’s literature. For her work she received a. the art award of the Akademie der Künste Berlin and the Käthe Kollwitz Prize of the Akademie der Künste.


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