2 new! BolognaRagazzi Award 2015 new! Jan Bajtlik Typoscrawler Typogryzmol Jan Bajtlik Jam Korek 21 x 13 cm flash cards 25 cards 4+ activity book 21 x 28,9 cm paperback 160 pp 3+ In this creative activity book letters turn into sky-scrapers, streets, star constellations, music instruments, animals, bugs and anything you like them to become. They disappear underneath the snow, hide in a messy bedroom and ski down the slope; they bend, brake into pieces and grow leaves. And all this to help children develop manual skills, to familiarize them with the signs of alphabet and let them have fun with scribbling, drawing, painting and sticking. A set of amusingly illustrated cards for the young fans of vehicles to play with and learn reading. An ambulance behind a digger that s stuck behind a taxi that s stuck behind a dustcart What s caused such a traffic jam? Was there an accident? Or perhaps a cow stepped on the road? It s up to you! 25 cards present exciting vehicles and places you pass-by while travelling in a car: a roundabout, a tunnel, or a pit. The versos contain the words corresponding to the illustrations written in full form and divided into syllables. You won t be bored any more while stuck in a traffic jam. Jan Bajtlik (b. 1989) book illustrator and graphic designer, recipient of many awards granted at Polish and international graphic design competitions. Jan Bajtlik (b. 1989) book illustrator and graphic designer, recipient of many awards granted at Polish and international graphic design competitions. By the same illustrator: J.M. Brum Car Auto board book 23,5 x 16,2 cm 28 pp 1+ French rights under option. Rights sold for the languages: Spanish (Coco books). Italian rights under option. A funny cardboard book about one extraordinary car. A treat for the youngest fans of automobiles. Rights sold for the languages: Frech (Joie de lire).
3 new! Ola Cieślak What s There to Engulf? Co by tu wtrąbić Ola Cieślak What Behooves to a Hoof and What Doesn t Co wypanda, a co nie wypanda board book 18 x 19 cm 24 pp 3+ An appetizing and curvaceous cardboard book to learn the names of the days in the week. Let us introduce you a starveling elephant and his extraordinary weekly diet. Every day he swallows a new, surprising delicacy rhyming with a given day s name. board book 18 x 19 cm 28 pp 3+ A merry lesson of savoir-vivre in rhymes for the youngest: a disarmingly bluff panda demonstrates to readers what s appropriate and what s not, with an emphasis on the latter... Ola Cieślak (b. 1981) graphic designer, illustrator and author. Divides her time between children s books and definitely adult art. Had her works displayed within several individual exhibitions. Ola Cieślak (b. 1981) graphic designer, illustrator and author. Divides her time between children s books and definitely adult art. Had her works displayed within several individual exhibitions.
4 new! coming this fall Monika Utnik-Strugała Mamma mia. Italy for the Investigative Mamma mia. Włochy dla dociekliwych illustrations: Anna Ładecka series: World for the investigative Piotr Socha Bees Pszczoły non-fiction 27,2 x 37 cm 7+ non-fiction 15 x 23,5 cm 8+ Where does pizza margherita and espresso come from? What so special about the carnival in Venice? What did Michelangelo paint and what - Leonardo da Vinci? Is that true that the Italian drive a bee? Does gelato contain gel? The phenomenon of bees covered in a large-format informative book, which artwork frees up the vibes of classical atlases of animals or plants. Each double-spread forms an intricate, detailed graphic composition. The short texts that accompany the illustrations give the insights into such exciting themes as what we owe to bees, how honey gets made, what sorts of bees there are out there and why bees die off nowadays We follow bees existence in the times of dinosaurs, in the ancient Egypt and the Middle Ages, until Napoleon s era and modern times. Plenty of tidbits and anecdotes a guide to the most famous icons of Italian culture. Monika Utnik-Strugała (b. 1981) graduate of the Italian studies and journalist, works for the interiour design magazine Weranda, where she presents Italian design. Anna Ładecka (b. 1977) an illustrator and painter; a graduate of the painting department of Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts and Design. Among her works are: editorials, children book illustrations and paintings, presented within various individual and collective exhibitions. She s a recipient of various prizes. Piotr Socha (b. 1966) graphic designer and illustrator; graduate of Warsaw Academy of Fine Art and Design. One of the most popular Polish cartoonists, notorious for his comic drawings. He works for various prominent magazines, newspapers and television. Monster is the first children book he illustrated.
5 spring 2015 spring 2015 Patrycja Zarawska Ben and Co Benek i spółka illustrations: Tomasz Minkiewicz Agnieszka Horubała Centipede Cindy s Down-at-the-heel Shoes Sto nóg stonogi Fruzi illustrations: Zosia Dzierżawska young fiction 24 x 15 cm 3+ young fiction 12,5 x 19 cm 8+ A compilation of amusing school stories told from the point of view of Ben an outspoken ten year old youngster. Readers will get instructed on how to finish one s homework before 9 p.m. with a little help of the entire family, where the unfinished sandwiches end up in, what the superiority of theatre over cinema consists on, who gets head lice and why contests are unjust. The stories are witty and contemporary execution of the genre initiated in the 50s by Le petit Nicolas. Cindy is in trouble: summer holidays are approaching, whereas her threadbare shoes do not qualify for mountain expeditions any more. It s high time to buy new ones! But where to find a shoe shop that would sell 50 pairs identical shoes in the same size? A warm and charming story for children about a resourceful centipede and other inhabitants of the world of insects. Patrycja Zarawska (b. 1970) an author of several collections of short stories for children and non-fiction books, as well as a translator and editor of children books. Tomasz Minkiewicz (b. 1978) a scriptwriter, illustrator and graphic designer. He graduated form The Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. He works for various children and YA books publishers and is a co-author of a popular comics series for adults Wilq Superbohater. Agnieszka Horubała (b. 1962) a graduate of the architecture department of Warsaw Technical University. Centipede Cindy s down-at-the-heel shoes is her first book. Zosia Dzierżawska (b. 1983) a book and comics illustrator; studied the comparative literature in Warsaw and the postgraduate illustration in Milan. She is a co-founder of the Milan-based illustration studio Armad illo and a recipient of the 2014 BolognaRagazzi Award and a distinction awarded by The Society of Illustrators in New York.
6 coming this fall coming this fall Weronika Przybylska Garçonnière Kawalerka Aleksandra Szarzała How Big Is a Whale? Jak wielki jest wieloryb picture book 8+ A tiny, surprising love story - amusing, poetic and tender. In a balanced and full-crescendo story line a subtle story, drawn in a unique style, reveals itself: about a universality of love and human longing for belonging to someone picture book 3+ Who s able to lift it? What does its heart have in common with a car? A tiny book of accurate wording and hilarous illustrations featuring the biggest creature on earth not fitting only into a wardrobe... Weronika Przybylska (b. 1993) a 3rd year student of the graphic design department of the Academy of Fine Art and Design in Wrocław. She illustrates, writes and designs. Her book debut was awarded the Grand Prix of the 2014 Clairvoyant contest organized by the Dwie Siostry Publishing. Aleksandra Szarzała (b. 1986) is a young illustrator whose first picture book How big is a Whale? received the mention on the 2014 Clairvoyants contest organized by the Dwie Siostry Publishing.
7 spring 2015 Under the Earth / Under the Water Pod ziemią / Pod wodą Małgorzata Mycielska Awesome! A Book of Inctedible Inventions Ale patent! illustrations: non-fiction 27,2 x 37 cm 110 pp 6+ This book will take you on an incredible journey deep down the Earth. Huge illustrations packed with facts and curiosities will let you discover what s hidden under ground and in the depths of the oceans, and how people try to explore it. Animals living underground and strange deep sea creatures, mines and oil platforms, tunnels and underground installations, caves and oceanic trenches, cavers and divers, shipwrecks, submarines, batyscaphes and more all gathered in a new stunning album by the authors of the bestselling MAPS. non-fiction 20 x 25 cm Wacky catalogue of unusual inventions from all times, wittily depicted by. The book features such devices as personal clouding machine, flying bicycle, bubble telegraph, ice LP and many more awesome inventions: cutting-edge, botched or simply impossible but always non-standard ones. (b. 1982) a married couple of Małgorzata Mycielska (b. 1973) historian of art and editor. Inventions is her first book for children. (b. 1982) a married couple of Right sold for the languages: Chinese Complex (Global Kids Books), Chinese Simplified (Beijing Yuanliu Classic Culture Co), Dutch (Lannoo), English (Templar / Candlewick /) French (Rue du Monde), German (Moritz),Italian (Mondadori), Japanese (Tokuma Shoten Publishing), Korean (under option), Russian (Samokat), Swedish (Alfabeta) Rights sold for the languages: Chinese simplified (Beijing Yuanliu Classic Culture Co) German (Moritz); English (Templar). Japanese and Russian rights under option.
8 new! new! Have an Eye on the City Mam oko na miasteczko Let s Go Monsters! 21 x 13 cm flash cards 25 cards 4+ A novelty within the Mamoko series. A set of double-faced cards which can be arrayed in many different ways, allows you to build your own little town and search for your favourite characters and hidden objects. H I T board book 30 x 19 cm 18 pp 3+ What if one animal changed its head with another one? Or its legs, belly or tail? How would this beast look like afterwards? And how would it be called then? English language follow-up to the Fabolous Freaks flip-flap boardbook, with new animals and dozens of possible combinations. Crazy and playful mix of a book and a toy to learn English. (b. 1982) a married couple of (b. 1982) a married couple of By the same authors: Fabulous Freaks Each page of this crazy flip-book consists of three parts. By turning and manipulating them you can create yet another freaky creature with a weird name. Or discover an animal you know very well.
9 Who Eats Whom Kto kogo zjada Maps Poster Book Minimapy picture book 20,5 x 29 cm 64 pp 6+ Aphids eat flowers and ladybirds eat aphids. Wagtails feed on ladybirds, while a fox feeds on wagtails This terse picture book straightforwardly depicts the laws of nature, namely how a food chain works. Through simple graphic concept a factual story turns into a parable of a never-ending cycle of life and death. poster book 27,2 x 37 cm 56 pp 5+ A selection of 28 country maps from the bestselling atlas Maps this time to be torn out and hung as posters. Each poster offers countless pictograms, details and facts that will take you into exceptional places and boost your desire to learn more about them. (b. 1982) a married couple of (b. 1982) a married couple of Rights sold for the languages: Chinese simplified (Beijing Yuanliu Classic Culture Co), French (Rue du Monde), Korean (Borim Press), Portuguese (LIVROS DA RAPOSA VERMELHA), Spanish (Zorro Rojo). Rights sold for the languages: English (Templar)
10 Prix Sorcières 2013 Premio Andersen 2013 Map Doodle Book or a Practical Course in Mapping by Scribbling Mapownik Maps An Extraordinary Journey Around the World in Pictures Mapy activity book 37 x 27,2 cm paperback 72 pp 6+ An innovative activity book for young explorers, and a complement to the bestselling book of Maps. 36 pages of creative assignments to share and enjoy by entire family. Set out on your own drawing journey over lands, seas and cultures from all over the world! Design your own flags, visit a floating market in Thailand, find your way in the labyrinth of Minotaur and prepare an expedition to the Mount Everest. Build a human tower in Catalonia, decorate sugar skull in Mexico and draw a pattern on a Japanese kimono. non-fiction 27,2 x 37 cm 110 pp 3+ To see geysers in Island, camel caravans in the Egyptian desert and ancient cities of Mayas in Mexico; to play cricket in England, to practice yoga in India and to taste 100 year old eggs in China; to marvel at a platypus in Australia, at the polar night in Finland and a giant baobab tree in Madagascar; to discover the most interesting corners on Earth and to get amazed by its diversity pick up the MAPS! 51 huge maps will lead you around 42 countries on 6 continents. Each spread offers countless pictograms, details and facts that will take you into exceptional places and will boost your desire to learn more about them. Bon voyage and have fun! (b. 1982) a married couple of (b. 1982) a married couple of Rights sold for the languages: Chinese Complex (Global Kids Books), Dutch (Lannoo), English (Templar), French (Rue du Monde), German (Moritz), Italian (Mondadori), Japanese (Tokuma Shoten Publishing), Korean (Green Book), Lithuanian (Terra Publica), Swedish (Alfabeta). Rights sold for the languages: Brazilian (WM Martinfontes), Chinese Complex (Global Kids Books), Chinese Simplified (Beijing Yuanliu Classic Culture Co), Czech (Horst Brno), Danish (Carlsen), Dutch (Lannoo), English (Templar / Candlewick / Five Mile Press), Finnish (Nemo), French (Rue du Monde), Georgian (Diogene), German (Moritz), Hungarian (Lira), Icelandic (Forlagið), Italian (Mondadori), Japanese (Tokuma Shoten Publishing), Korean (Green Book), Latvian (Jāņa Rozes), Lithuanian (Terra Publica), Norwegian (Fontini), Russian (Samokat), Spanish world rights (Maeva), Swedish (Alfabeta), Thai (Nanmeebooks Co.), Ukraine (Stary Lev). Croatian and Serbian rights under option.
11 Jurij Gagarin, astronauta. Człowiek, który jako pierwszy zobaczył Ziemię z kosmosu, okrążając ją na statku kosmicznym Wostok w 1961 roku. Wahadłowiec kosmiczny dostarczał ładunki do stacji (w 2011 roku program wahadłowców został zamknięty). Stacja kosmiczna okrąża Ziemię 16 razy w ciągu doby, pędząc po orbicie z prędkością kilometrów na godzinę. Mikrograwitacja to stan, w którym prawie wcale nie odczuwamy baterie słoneczne dostarczające energię system chłodzący Zwiezda. Tu znajdują się sypialnie, toaleta, łazienka, pomieszczenie do ćwiczeń, i stół kuchenny. Zarja pełni funkcję magazynu. japońskie laboratorium naukowe zdalnie sterowane ramię służące do wyładowywania towaru Kounotori japoński statek kosmiczny dostarczający zapasy: wodę, paliwo i sprzęt laboratoryjny europejskie laboratorium naukowe Sojuz. Rosyjski statek kosmiczny, którym podróżują astronauci do stacji kosmicznej. Automatyczny Statek Transportowy dostarczający wodę, jedzenie, paliwo, powietrze i materiały badawcze Wahadłowiec przyciągania grawitacyjnego. z otwartą ładownią Sojuz Próbnik Huygens przedarł się przez gęstą atmosferę Tytana. Carolyn Porco, planetolog 2 Spadochron zmniejsza prędkość i pozwala bezpiecznie wylądować. wydmy lodowe kamienie Osłona termiczna opada. jezioro płynnego metanu Wulkany wyrzucają mieszaninę lodu i metanu. Metan w temperaturze pokojowej jest gazem, ale w bardzo niskich temperaturach panujących na Tytanie występuję w postaci płynnej. Jest substancją łatwopalną. To główny składnik gazu ziemnego (to ten sam gaz, na którym gotujemy w domu obiady) stycznia 2005 roku Próbnik Huygens godzina około 12:27(+/-15 minut) wylądował czasu polskiego na powierzchni Tytana Tina Oziewicz Kosmiczne wyprawy, wizje i eksperymenty Książka dla młodych naukowców i marzycieli, którzy lubią patrzeć w gwiazdy. The Railway Bridge Who Dreamt Ziemia of Spanning the River PRZYJRZYJMY SIĘ TEJ KROPECZCE. TO NASZE MIEJSCE. TO NASZ DOM. TO MY. O wiadukcie kolejowym, który chciał zostać mostem nad rzeką illustrations: Marta Ignerska picture book 23,6 x 37 cm 48 pp 4+ WSZYSCY, KTÓRYCH KOCHAMY, WSZYSCY, O KTÓRYCH KIEDYKOLWIEK SŁYSZELIŚMY, ŻYLI WŁAŚNIE NA NIEJ. WSZYSCY, KTÓRZY KIEDYKOLWIEK ISTNIELI, OTO SIEDLISKO NASZYCH RADOŚCI I CIERPIEŃ, TYSIĘCY RELIGII, IDEOLOGII I DOKTRYN EKONOMICZNYCH; KAŻDY ŁOWCA I KAŻDY WĘDROWIEC, KAŻDY BOHATER I KAŻDY TCHÓRZ, KAŻDY TWÓRCA I KAŻDY NISZCZYCIEL CYWILIZACJI, KAŻDY KRÓL I KAŻDY WIEŚNIAK, KAŻDA ZAKOCHANA PARA, KAŻDY OJCIEC I KAŻDA MATKA, KAŻDE UFNE DZIECKO, KAŻDY WYNALAZCA I KAŻDY PODRÓŻNIK, KAŻDY MORALISTA I KAŻDY SKORUMPOWANY POLITYK, KAŻDA SUPERGWIAZDA I KAŻDY NAJWYŻSZY WÓDZ, CENA: 39,90 ZŁ KAŻDY ŚWIĘTY I KAŻDY GRZESZNIK W DZIEJACH NASZEGO GATUNKU ŻYLI TUTAJ, NA TEJ DROBINCE KURZU, ZAWIESZONEJ W STRUDZE SŁONECZNEGO ŚWIATŁA. Carl Sagan, astronom. tu jesteśmy Aleksandra i Daniel Mizielińscy ALEKSANDRA I DANIEL MIZIELIŃSCY tu jesteśmy We Are Here Space Expeditions, Visions and Experiments Tu jesteśmy non-fiction 20,5 x 27 cm 108 pp 6+ In one town there was once a railway bridge stretched out above a broad and busy street. The bridge was busy too, filthy and tired, and it had just one dream: to leave the town and to become a bridge over a beautiful, broad river A moving tale paired with remarkable artwork and brought out in large format edition. Z GÓRY ZIEMIA WYGLĄDA BARDZO PIĘKNIE. Z WIDOKIEM NA ZIEMIĘ MIĘDZYNARODOWA STACJA KOSMICZNA A Kto z nas nie chciałby spędzić choćby kilku dni, podziwiając naszą planetę z wysokości czterystu kilometrów? Astronauci to prawdziwi szczęściarze! Wielu z nich ma za sobą kilkumiesięczne pobyty w kosmicznym hotelu. Nie są to jednak beztroskie wakacje, ale praca badawcza na pełen etat. A Co dzieje się z ludzkim ciałem w warunkach mikrograwitacji? Czy na stacji mogą rosnąć rośliny i jak zachowują się zwierzęta? Dzięki eksperymentom naukowcy chcą się dowiedzieć, czy człowiek może tak długo przebywać w przestrzeni kosmicznej, aby dolecieć na Marsa i czy możemy zamieszkać na innych planetach. TYTAN LĄDOWANIE W KRAINIE ŁATWOPALNYCH MÓRZ A Na Tytanie padają deszcze i tworzą się mgły, w okolicach bieguna rzeki wpadają do mórz i jezior, a na równiku wyrastają wysokie na sto metrów, ciągnące się kilometrami wydmy. A Wszystko to przypomina Ziemię, lecz nic bardziej mylnego! Temperatura na księżycu wynosi 180 stopni Celsjusza, a skały i wydmy zbudowane są z lodu. Rzeki wypełnione są płynnym metanem, który zachowuje się podobnie, jak woda na Ziemi. Gdyby w atmosferze Tytana znajdował się tlen, nawet najmniejsza iskierka zmieniłaby go w gigantyczną kulę ognia. How do astronauts eat, sleep and wash? Where does the space junk come from? Can people inhabit other planets? How to establish contact with extraterrestrial civilisation? An extraordinary book on space and human attempts to conquer it. Handdrawn illustrations and short, informative captions introduce readers to the world of space research, missions and discoveries. Each spread brings a new portion of intriguing knowledge conveyed in an attractive and accessible way, but not oversimplified. For inquisitive children and dreamers who love to look at the stars. Tina Oziewicz (b. 1971) children s books writer, English scholar and translator. Author of A Souvenir from Paris and Afterimages published in The Young Connoisseur series. Marta Ignerska (b. 1978) graphic designer and illustrator, graduate of Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. She is recipient of many prestigious awards, including Bologna Ragazzi 2012 and Polish Section of IBBY Book of the Year. WYOBRAŹ SOBIE, ŻE STOISZ NAD JEZIOREM PEŁNYM ROZPUSZ- CZALNIKA DO FARB! (b. 1982) a married couple of English, French and German sample translation available. Right sold for the languages: Chinese simplified (Beijing Yuanliu Classic Culture Co), Korean (Pulbit Publishing).
12 new! Książka Roku 2014 new! Dorota Kassjanowicz Hi There, Wolves Cześć, wilki! Mary Norton Borrowers Afloat Pożyczalscy na wyspie illustrations: Emilia Dziubak young fiction 15 x 20 cm 228 pp 8+ Behind Four Winds Estate there s a land of Further and Further Away. That s where 11-year-old Filip zips on his bike whenever he feels like getting away from home and fleeing the summer boredom. For in Further and Further Away there are wolves sneaking between the trees, and that is where aunt Agnieszka a writer and the only person to know Filip s secret lives in an old villa surrounded by a garden. A clever and subtle story of a boy who comes to discover the power of imagination. young fiction 15 x 18,5 cm 276 pp 7+ The third volume of the classic series about the Borrowers tiny people who live secretly in the walls and floors of an English house and borrow from the big people in order to survive. Just when it looked like the Clock family of Borrowers Arietta, Pod and Homily finally had found a safe shelter, they are forced to move again. Their choice falls on Little Fordham a miniature replica village. In order to get there, the Clocks voyage via a gutter and make a halt in a teakettle. But when the rain comes, it causes the kettle to be put adrift downstream... The Clock family is trapped, as none of them can swim. Mary Norton ( ) English author of children s books, awarded with Carnegie Medal 1952 for The Borrowers. Emilia Dziubak (b. 1982) illustrator and author of children s books, graduate of Academy of Fine Arts in Poznań. Dorota Kassjanowicz (b. 1968) editor, song lyrics writer, author of texts for musical plays. Hi there, wolves is her first book for children. In the same series:the Borrowers, The Borrowers Afield. Coming soon: The Borrowers Aloft, The Borrowers Avenged Rights for illustrations sold for the languages: Chinese (Yilin Press), German (Fischer Verlag).
13 spring 2015 Agnieszka Bałdyga and Edyta Marszałek Very Simple Alphabet Bardzo proste abecadło Zofia Różycka Baking ABC Alfabet ciast 21 x 13 cm flash cards 24 cards 4+ So many animals and yet, what an order! The emu follows the dolphin, parrots keep behind the octopus, and where s zebra? At the very end! Two-sided cards with letters on one side and corresponding animals on the other help children at the early stage of learning to read. The cards can be used in various ways: you can align them in alphabetical order, play guessing game or form new words. A delight for eyes in a children-friendly format. bakery book 16,5 x 21 cm 15+ From A to Z, that is from an Apple Pie to a Zingy Lime Drizzle. A collection of original and easy-to-reproduce recipes, which one can use as a manual of confectionary. Agnieszka Bałdyga (b. 1986) and Edyta Marszałek (b. 1986) graphic designers and illustrators, founders of the Baobaby graphic design studio. Very Simple Alphabet is their publishing debut. Zofia Różycka (b. 1986) studied at the historic preservation department of Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts and Design. She is an author of editorials, graphic design and culinary photography. She supplies on daily basis Warsaw cafes in her home-baked pastry.
14 Mamoko 3000 Mamoko 3000 board book 31,5 x 23,5 cm 14 pp 3+ The third volume of the Mamoko series. It s the year Flying vehicles, robots and visitors from the outer space swirl over the city of Mamoko. Drop in and have a look at its inhabitants. Check whom Victor the Special and Robo-Max are following, find out what Telesfor Screw is working on and what Vincent Orbit is planning. Search for more characters and discover their adventures. Have an Eye on Numbers Mam oko na liczby board book 15 x 23 cm 20 pp 3+ What a crowd! Pages are crawling with characters and objects! Which ones are drawn in a quantity represented by the number in the left corner above? Can you find them all? Count them carefully! There are 10 sets of them in each picture! Rights sold for the languages: Catalan (La Galera), Danish (Turbine), English (Templar), French (Didier), Korean (Dourei), Russian (Samokat), Spanish (La Galera). Rights sold for the languages: German (Moritz). English, French and Russian rights under option. Once Upon a Time in Mamoko Dawno temu w Mamoko board book 31,5 x 23,5 cm 14 pp 3+ A prequel to the successful title In the Town of Mamoko. This time the colourful cardboard story full of intriguing details is set in the Middle Ages. The town looked different then, however the characters seem familiar... Yes, these are the ancestors of the personages from the first volume. Check out who is a king, a knight, and a fairy and discover what happened to the inhabitants of the medieval town on one sunny day... Have an Eye on Letters Mam oko na litery board book 15 x 23 cm 22 pp 3+ What a crowd! Pages are crawling with characters and objects! Can you name them? Which of them has a name that begins with the letter pictured in the upper corner of the page? Will you manage to find them all? The number indicated above the letter may help you. You can also try searching for their names in foreign languages! Rights sold for the languages: Danish (Turbine), English (Templar), French (Didier), Korean (Dourei), Russian (Samokat). Rights sold for the languages: German (Moritz). English and French rights under option. In the Town of Mamoko Miasteczko Mamoko board book 31,5 x 23,5 cm 14 pp 3+ Once upon a time in a land of Akuku there was a charming little town called Mamoko. Everyone is welcome to meet its inhabitants and discover what has happened to them. Find out whom detective Simon is following, why Philip is so much in a hurry and what occurred to Olaf. Use your eyes and discover many more characters and hidden objects. What Will Become of You? Co z Ciebie wyrośnie? picture book 25 x 20 cm paperback 128 pp 6+ Does a vulcanizer repair volcanoes? How do we call a tree doctor? Does a ghost-writer haunt libraries? Where one can meet a golf ball diver? A brilliant catalogue of most original, most remarkable and funniest occupations and jobs in the world. Rights sold for the languages: Catalan (La Galera), Danish (Turbine), Dutch (Clavis), English (Templar), French (Didier), German (Kinderbuchverlag Wolff), Italian (Comma 22), Korean (Dourei), Norwergian (Fontini), Russian (Samokat), Spanish (La Galera). Rights sold for the languages: Spanish (Libros del Zorro Rojo). English and French sample translation available.
15 Sebastian Cichocki A.R.T. S.Z.T.U.K.A. illustrations: non-fiction 20 x 20 cm 216 pp 6+ How about a book on art that does not reproduce traditional painting or sculptures, but displays strolling, forest planting, talking to animals, cutting buildings, explosions, rafting and many more curious activities instead? By showing young readers 50 artistic creations by eminent contemporary artists, A.R.T. proves that art can be fun, and an artist a magician, who enchants the reality. Marian Orłoń The Last Adventure of Detective Nose Ostatnia przygoda detektywa Noska illustrations: Jerzy Flisak young fiction 19 x 15,5 cm 136 pp 6+ At first glance Ambrose Nose looks like an average old gentleman. He spends his days growing radishes and walking his dog. You shouldn t however let appearances mislead you. This inconspicuous old man is a renowned detective whom all villains fear! Rights sold for the languages: Chinese simplified (Tsinghua University Press), German (Moritz), Korean (Pulbit Publishing), Lithuanian (MMC). The series Masters of Illustrations presents re-editions of classic literary hits, which were devoured by the generation of today s parents when children. Editorially refined hard-cover books are illustrated by the most renowned Polish illustrators. Ewa Solarz D.E.S.I.G.N. D.E.S.I.G.N. illustrations: non-fiction 20 x 20 cm 168 pp 6+ D.E.S.I.G.N. is a mind-boggling survey of seventy intriguing objects designed over the last century. Anecdotal and humorous, it portrays both the classy and the crazy: a boxing-ring bed, a baseball glove chair or a skeleton mirror. D.E.S.I.G.N. brilliantly illustrates the omnipresence of objects in our lives. It invites us to appreciate not only their extraordinary shapes, but also their ordinary functions. Marian Orłoń Detective Nose and Kidnappers Detektyw Nosek i porywacze illustrations: Jerzy Flisak young fiction 19 x 15,5 cm 116 pp 6+ Although detective Nose is enjoying well deserved retirement, villains do not let him rest. This time it s serious: detective s best friend, talking dog Jack was taken hostage. Will the kidnappers manage to get away with it? Relax! Detective Nose is already on their trail. Rights sold for the languages: Catalan (Coco Books), Chinese simplified (Tsinghua University Press), Complex Chinese (Prophet Press), Danish (Turbine), Dutch (Book Island), English (Gecko Press), French (Mila éditions), German (Moritz), Italian (Comma 22), Korean (Pulbit Publishing), Lithuanian (MMC), Spanish (Coco Books). Marian Orłoń ( ) a Polish writer, author of popular books for children and young adults. Jerzy Flisak ( ) an eminent graphic designer, author of posters and cartoons, book illustrator; recipient of various prestigious prizes awarded for his work. H.O.U.S.E. D.O.M.E.K. non-fiction 20 x 20 cm 152 pp 6+ Have you ever seen a house without walls? Is it possible to pack a house into a suitcase? Can a house behave like a turtle? What kind of house can homeless people have? Would you prefer to live in a moon, in a nut or... inside a sewage pipe? Architecture is amazing! Discover 35 houses from around the world. Learn more about the amazing art of design and construction. Marian Orłoń How Detective Nose Astonished New Linden Jak detektyw Nosek zadziwił Lipki Nowe illustrations: Jerzy Flisak young fiction 19 x 15,5 cm 88 pp 6+ A famous picture is in danger of being stolen, the cashbox of the Checkers Club got robbed, an elusive pickpocket makes his appearance at the celebration of the 100th anniversary of New Linden... Well, it looks as if thieves have taken a special liking to this small city! Rights sold for the languages: Arabic (Kalima), Chinese simplified (Tsinghua University Press), Complex Chinese (Prophet Press), Czech (Jana Kostelecka), Danish (Turbine), Dutch (Clavis), English (Gecko Press), French (Mila éditions), German (Moritz), Italian (Comma 22), Korean (Pulbit Publishing), Lithuanian (MMC), Russian (Samokat), Spanish (Coco Books).
16 Julian Tuwim Mr Minuscule and the Whale Pan Maluśkiewicz i wieloryb illustrations: Bohdan Butenko picture book 26,5 x 40 cm 16 pp 3+ Mr Minuscule the tiniest man in the world, teeny-weeny like a coffee grain dreams to see the biggest living creature: a whale... A charming and witty story about an exceptional cruise. A touching and retro drawing style of the illustrations by Bohdan Butenko, complement in an excellent way the funny and catchy rimes by Julian Tuwim master of poetry (not only) for children. Grzegorz Kasdepke Critter W moim brzuchu mieszka jakieś zwierzątko illustrations: Tomasz Kozłowski young fiction 24 x 15 cm 40 pp 3+ There is a critter living in my stomach! How do I know that? Sometimes I hear it burbling, rumbling and murmuring. I feel how it grows after I ve had a meal and how it lets roars of rage when I haven t fed it for a while. I like it very much and I start to worry when it is quiet for some time. It s my own little critter after all. And it keeps the nightmares away with its grunting! Rights sold for the languages: Dutch (Book Island), English (Book Island), French (Circonflexe), German (Buchpiloten), Icelandic (Forlagið). Rights sold for the languages: English (Enchanted Lion), German (Beltz). Italian and French sample translations available. Krystyna Boglar Gucio and Cezar Gucio i Cezar illustrations: Bohdan Butenko comic book 18 x 24 cm 268 pp 3+ An ultimate classic of Polish graphic novel for the youngest. Amazing adventures of a gluttonous hippo Gucio and a wise dog Cezar continue to entertain, charm and pass on a cordial sense of humour. You ll find here all and everything: travelling to incredible lands, pirates, cowboys, spaceships and kidnapped princesses, combats with monsters and villains, blood-curdling escapades, an unlucky seizure and a daredevil escape. Maciej Byliniak The Circus Cyrk posters: Czesław Borowczyk, Roman Cieślewicz, Marek Freudenreich, Wiktor Górka, Janusz Grabiański, Hubert Hilscher, Leszek Hołdanowicz, Jan Lenica, Jan Młodożeniec, Marek Mosiński, Waldemar Świerzy, Henryk Tomaszewski, Maciej Urbaniec and others picture book 24 x 16 cm 64 pp 3+ An impressive collection of classical works by masters of The Polish School of Poster Art in combination with concise and witty verses form a magical story about an unusual circus spectacle. Rights sold for the languages: French (Joie de Lire). Rights sold for the languages: French (Joie de Lire). Krystyna Boglar Clementine Likes Red Klementyna lubi kolor czerwony illustrations: Bohdan Butenko young fiction 19 x 15,5 cm 204 pp 6+ An adventure-detective story: a gang of kids at the trail of the eponymous Clementine live a real summer-night escapade that obedient children don t even dream about. How to help Veggie? Is it possible to find anybody in the woods at night during a storm? And how to get away at night so that the adults will not wake up? Grażka Lange What a Curious World Świat jest dziwny activity book 30 x 21 cm paperback 40 pp 3+ By means of such techniques as drawing, painting, sticking rugs, removing elements of the picture, etc. children complete, design and co-create this elegant, Japanesecalligraphy-like adventure/colouring book. Rights sold for the languages: French (Joie de Lire). Rights sold for the languages: Italian (Comma 22). English and French translations available.
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Wydawnictwo Dwie Siostry 2015 new! coming soon Piotr Socha Bees Pszczoły Ewa Kołaczyńska G.A.R.D.E.N. O.G.R.Ó.D. illustrations: Adam Wójcicki series: S.E.R.I.E.S. education book 27,2 x 37 cm 72 pp 7+ The
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