From Argentina

Once upon a time, there was a girl, named Clara, who lived in a small village somewhere in the vast Argentinian pampas. In the only house that was of significant size, a man lived a completely withdrawn life, never showing himself at all. When Clara looked through the window one day, she saw a room full of books and became curious. She dared to speak to the misterious man and Juan opened the door. Clara not only discovered her love for books, but a great friendship developed too …
A story about courage and respect from the Argentinan writer and Hans Christian Andersen medal winner María Teresa Andruetto.
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7.2.2020

Máttaráhkká's Journey

When the cold winds come up in autumn, the bear disappears into the forest and the birds gather in large flocks, then daylight vanishes in the far north. People become quiet and look up into the dark sky where the gods and godesses are at home. And they have great plans: new life is set to come into the world …
A tale from the land of the Sami. Written an illustrated by the Norwegian-Sami artist Sissel Horndal.
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Foreign Rights
13.5.2020

Teaching Materials

Baobab Books produces teaching materials in German for selected titles in the Baobab Series. Each teaching unit offers background information on a culture and/or a book's topics together with worksheets for use in the classroom. These pedagogic materials will assist teachers and students to explore the books in more depth.You can download the teaching material (in German only) free of charge.
The latest publication are materials in addition to Etwas Schwarzes (Something black). Free download.
Teaching Materials
12.2.2020

Baobab Books: Rights Catalogue

Baobab Books presents an international and diverse programme of children's literature. Our books originate in many different places of the world, each is unique in its form and many have won awards.
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