Sinn ech kleng?
"Am I small?" - Tamia is not sure and keeps asking various animals that she meets on her journey. Eventually she finds the surprising answer...
"This is baby’s favorite book!" —Feedback from the United States
"The text and illustrations [...] expand your view of the world." -- El País, daily newspaper in Spain
"for children who enjoy lingering over pages full of magical creatures and whimsical details [...] told in simple and engaging words and imaginative pictures.”—Kirkus Reviews
"This has been my daughter’s favourite book since she was 4 months old. The sentences are nice and short so she doesn’t lose interest in the pictures while I’m reading each page." —Feedback from the UK
"You are small or big depending on with what you relate to. A simple cute book which exactly portrays this message." —Feedback from India
"We are in love with this book! [...] I highly recommend this book"—Feedback from the United States
"My three year olds love it and the story’s concept will grow with them for several years to come making it a keeper."—Feedback from the U.S.
"I got this book to read with my granddaughters, one from the US and one from Portugal. It is so incredibly cute! They loved it, and I did too. I highly recommend this book!" —Feedback from the U.S.
"My little boy loves this as a bedtime story. It’s colourful and quirky. [...] I thought it would be uninteresting to a child, to be read to in another language, but he asks for ’Bin ich klein’ and it melts my heart!"—Feedback from the United Kingdom
"I LOVED it. Lots of repetition to help ’lil ones get used to structure and words! [...] Most importantly, it sends a good message about how being unique and different is good."—ESL Carissa Blog
"This is done with simplicity at its finest. The art is whimsical, the message is clear and most of all my grandson loves it. I would recommend this book to any child provider as part of their reading library."—Feedback from the U.S.
"I got this book when my daughter was 3 years old. I used to read it for her in English and Arabic. Now, she’s 6 and still loves this book."—Feedback from the United States
"[...] readers will emerge from this book feeling slightly more confident about themselves—whatever their size."—ForeWord Clarion Reviews
"Cute book! Love the story. Very helpful for my German practice."—Feedback from the United States
"You just don’t get books in Norn so I was over the moon to find this. Now I can share my mother tongue with my kids."—Feedback from the United Kingdom
"fabulous story [...], that appeals to young children"—Youth literature committee of the Bavarian Teachers’ Association, Middle Franconia
"Very original story illustrated with great attention to detail"—Reading Foundation
Fënnef Meter Zäit
What happens if the world unexpectedly stands still for a moment? If, just like that, you are given a bit of time by sheer luck? This is exactly what happens in one of the biggest and busiest cities of the world, as a small snail crosses the street and makes traffic stop for half a day. A book about things that you always wanted to do but never had the time for.
"The story of a little snail who triggers big changes."—Münstersche Zeitung
"interesting not just in its story or its message, but also in how it delivers that message. The colors and backgrounds have a rich sense of texture, unlike the majority of children’s books."—ForeWord Clarion Reviews
"A creative bedtime story, which is also suitable for stressed adults. [...] In the bustle of the city, the animals seize the moment and become aware of how beautiful life can be without stress and hustle."—Designers in Action
"sets out to demonstrate what can happen when we’re true to ourselves, when we seize our day, when we live in the present, when we actually feel and enjoy the weather, when we are spontaneous, when we break from routine, when we defy expectation, and how these rather small acts of joy can inspire others"—Feedback from the United States
"A proposal to improve the world"—Westfälische Nachrichten
Den Egbert gëtt rout
When Manfred bullies and teases him, Egbert turns very red. Angry and red. What can one do about it? Egbert has a plan and an adventurous idea...
"child-friendly [...] regardless of the mother tongue and the target (learning) language" —CHUN Chinese Lessons, trade journal of the Chinese Association
"interplay of carefully chosen words and enchanting images"—Feedback from the Austrian School Portal
"Very Nice book! My daughter loves it!"—Feedback from the United States
"I got this as a present and it was well received."—Feedback from the United Kingdom
"Recommended reading for all parents and kindergarten teachers"—Austrian School Portal
Do eran, do eraus!
When the neighbor complains, Ruby teases and the kindergarten teacher keeps nagging, Joseph couldn't care less. Luckily, you have two ears: one for in and one for out. There is only one person in the world that Joseph listens to...
"poetic and playful illustrations"—Ruhrpottkids
"Sometimes its best to ignore and not listen to insults. [...] a very quick read. The story was charmingly cute that showcased a really good message of the importance to being unapologetically you."—Feedback from the United States
"These illustrations are fantastic!"—Feedback from Germany
"[...] cartoony, but not too cool and modern, they are adorable"—Ruhr Nachrichten
"great gift for stressed-out colleagues who take too much to heart. There are things that you simply have to ignore: In here, out there!"—Papillionis liest, Blog
A World Children’s Book for Every Country on the Planet
From Aramaic to Zulu: The picture book 'Am I small?' has been translated into over 200 languages and dialects since Read more...