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ein in Lilatönen gehaltenes Cover, ein Junge und ein Mädchen verstecken sich unter einem Zauberumhang, ein böse aussehender Mann mit Krähe
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Grimmsgubbins – The Legacy of the Fairytale Keepers (Volume 3)

Thrilling magical adventures with two courageous heroes facing opponents that might not be what they seem.
In the dead of night, a drone delivers a mysterious box to the roof of Grimm Tower. Suddenly, Milli and Tom encounter strange objects and beings all over the city, things they only know from fairy tales: an unruly carpet, a fairy-like woman looking for a princess, and a querulous frog trying to keep track of a golden ball. When the two children discover that the sinister Mr Grimm, the tower’s enigmatic owner, is looking for the objects, they try everything in their power to keep them hidden. But Mr Grimm is not the only one desperately trying to get his hands on the magical items. There are even darker forces at work in the underbelly of the tower …
Category:
Children's
Type:
Hardcover
Recommended Age:
9+
Pages:
208
Publication Date:
Dimensions:
15,3 x 21,5 x 2,4 cm
ISBN:
978-3-7348-4146-0

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Miriam Mann and Marikka Pfeiffer are authors of children’s books who enjoy fairy-tales most of all. When Mr. Emerson Grimm confided his story to them, they had to promise to lay low and not to tell anybody anything that might indicate where this incredible story takes place. At least until all the magical objects are found. Some of them are still hidden out there somewhere between the houses …


Author

Marikka Pfeiffer and Miriam Mann are authors of children’s books who enjoy fairy-tales most of all. When Mr. Emerson Grimm confided his story to them, they had to promise to lay low and not to tell anybody anything that might indicate where this incredible story takes place. At least until all the magical objects are found. Some of them are still hidden out there somewhere between the houses …


Illustrator

Kristina Kister, born in Kazakhstan in 1992, studied communication design in Dessau, Berlin, and Dortmund. When she isn’t busy illustrating children’s or young adult literature, explanatory films or character designs for animated films, one can meet her while she’s going for a walk with her dog Mei.