ein Baum, davor liegt ein Reh, drei Vögel fliegen am Himmel, ein Hase und ein Igel sitzen auf der Wiese
ein Baum, davor liegt ein Reh, drei Vögel fliegen am Himmel, ein Hase und ein Igel sitzen auf der Wiese
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Nature’s Little Secrets – Forest and Meadow

A tastefully illustrated non-fiction look-and-find picture book about animals and plants that live in two of the most popular habitats: forest and meadow.
Do you spot the fawn in the tall grass of the meadow? And look at all these colourful flowers! What’s that scuttling across the forest floor? And can you find the squirrel high above in the tree tops? There’s so much to discover in the meadow and in the forest. Many plants and animals live there together. Some are small, some tall; some live beneath, some high above the ground. Let’s dive in to get to know them and their little secrets!
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Czech Republic
Non-Fiction Picture Book
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24,5 x 30,5 x 1,2 cm


Further Titles in the Series

Creative People


Stütze & Vorbach – that’s Annett Stütze and Britta Vorbach, writing partners for children’s novels from Frankfurt.

Annett Stütze, born in Leipzig in 1973, studied German and art history. She had worked for several publishing houses before she decided to become a freelance author. After living in Finland, Ireland, China, and Canada, she now resides in Frankfurt. She has already published more than 20 books.

Britta Vorbach was born in Tübingen in 1973. After the second state examination for teaching elementary school, she first worked as an editor in publishing. Today, she writes children’s books and develops learning material for children in kindergarten and elementary school. She lives in Frankfurt.


Kaja Kajfež was born in a small charming town in Croatia. As a child, she often painted with her mother, kindling her love for illustration early on. Later, due to her interest in computer technology, she got a degree in Multimedia, Design and Application with a focus on visual communication. During her studies, she already began working as a freelance illustrator, which enabled her to establish her own illustration studio.