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Hüterin der Schmetterlinge – Das Versteck des Kleopatra-Falters
Hüterin der Schmetterlinge – Das Versteck des Kleopatra-Falters
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The Butterfly Keeper – The Hiding Place of the Cleopatras (Volume 1)

The start to a new adventure series full of beautiful butterflies, family mysteries, and a dash of magic.
Stella can’t imagine a life without butterflies. Her family is part of an ancient guild tasked with their protection. Stella’s favourite is the bright yellow Cleopatra butterfly, which is not only beautiful but also important for the family business. With its butterfly powder, they produce soaps, oils, and creams that have magical properties. When the whole kaleidoscope suddenly disappears without a trace and her grandmother falls mysteriously ill, Stella’s world is turned upside down. Has the new boy Victor, who seems so very interested in her family’s butterflies, something to do with it? What secrets have her mother and grandmother kept from her? And, most importantly, how can she find her beloved Cleopatrasand save her family?
Category:
Middle Grade
Type:
Hardcover
Recommended Age:
10+
Pages:
256
Publication Date:
Dimensions:
15,3 x 21,5 x 2,5 cm
ISBN:
978-3-7348-4731-8

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Author

Ruth Rahlff, born in Lüneburg, tried herself as a sales talent in her uncle’s bookshop at an early age. Later on, she apprenticed in publishing, worked in a very big and a very small publishing house as an editor, and has been working as a freelance author since 2004. When she’s not reading, travelling, eating ice cream, or romping about with her dog, she makes up stories for children and young adults.


Illustrator

Isabelle Hirtz, raised in Munich, spent her younger years mostly with going to the cinema and collecting film posters. This love, a proclivity for fantasy books, and a degree in communication design in 2007, lead her on detours to Hamburg. She has been designing covers and illustrations for children’s and young adult books as well as literary, fantasy, and science fiction books ever since.