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Cover Mozart und Robinson und der Zauber des Käsemonds Bilderbuch von Gundi Herget und Nikolai Renger
Cover Mozart und Robinson und der Zauber des Käsemonds Bilderbuch von Gundi Herget und Nikolai Renger
Innenansicht Doppelseite mit farbiger Illustration einer Rakete mit Mäusen im Nachthimmel

Mozart & Robinson and the Cheese Moon Charm (Volume 1)

Rockets, rafts and pancakes – these friends stumble from one funny adventure to the next in these colourful picture books.
Mozart, the house mouse, and Robinson, the field mouse, are best friends despite all differences – which doesn’t mean that they always agree with each other. Like when Robinson insisted that the moon is made of cheese, while Mozart was positive it’s made of stone and they built a rocket to prove their respective point. Or when Robinson persuaded Mozart, who wanted to stay inside to read, to go on a true Robinson Crusoe adventure. Or when they fought over food preferences and devised a daring plan to make pancakes that had them going on a foray to the farm ...
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Category:
Picture Book
Type:
Hardcover
Illustrations:
four-colour
Recommended Age:
3+
Pages:
32
Publication Date:
Dimensions:
24,5 x 24,5 x 0,8 cm
ISBN:
978-3-7348-2024-3

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Author

At the age of four, Gundi Herget got the impression that books with all their many pages full of black dashes, dots and whorls could be the most exciting thing on the planet. At the age of ten, she wanted to become a writer but first made her A-levels, studied in Munich and Pisa, learned to play percussions and how to be an editor, travelled the world and had a child, which reminded her of her childhood resolution. She has been writing children’s books ever since.


Illustrator

Nikolai Renger was born in Karlsruhe and studied visual communication at the  HFG in Pforzheim. He’s working as a freelance illustrator for a number of publishers and agencies and since 2013 in the Atelier Remise in Karlsruhe.