CHILDREN’S FOREIGN RIGHTS CATALOGUE 2011
BLOOMSBURY Kinderbücher & Jugendbücher
A madcap mouse called Fritzi – big adventures in itsy-bitsy! Introducing Fritzi the Madcap Mouse! A lively young mouse with plenty of clever ideas is on a mission to win over children’s hearts! In the first two volumes of our new series, the daredevil heroine teaches Grab the cat a lesson, and shows in her own charming way that not everything that looks big is small, and not everything that starts quietly is loud! Sybille Hein has created a bodacious title heroine, who chases across the pages in her own cheeky style. Funny, clever and delightfully drawn.
Sybille Hein was born in Wolfenbüttel in 1970 and is one of Germany’s busiest children’s book artists. She loves telling beautiful and crazy stories for children and adults, both as a writer and as an illustrator. For years, she also demonstrated her many talents as half of the cabaret duo ‘Sybille and the Small Screwball’. She recently began designing children’s clothes and runs a boutique in Berlin, where she lives with her family.
Sybille Hein Fritzi the Madcap Mouse Loud & Quiet , Big & Small 20 pages. 184 x 124 mm Board book Four-colour Illustrations Out in August 2011 Age 2 +
Impressive and witty ABC books are always popular – but the young artist Jana Wilsky has come up with something new for this genre: impressively and wittily she combines the learning of letters with learning the names of animals. In a fine and delicate style she conjures graceful creatures on the pages. A very special, very unusual book for the little ones. Jana Wilsky ABC 32 pages. 200 x 160 mm Board book Two-colour Illustrations Out in February 2011 Age 2 +
Jana Wilsky was born in 1979 in Potsdam. She studied communication design and is working as a feelance illustrator and graphic designer since 2008.
Even the best argument has to come to an end sometime. Doesn’t it? The animals in the zoo get into an argument, setting off a marvellous chain reaction: the wasp stings the llama, the llama spits at the monkey, the monkey calls the donkey an ass, the donkey kicks the ostrich in the behind and the ostrich bends down and makes a white stain on the vain panther’s suit. There’s biting, scratching and spitting. Until the tiny ant pees on the lion’s leg and the lion gets so angry it roars at the wasp all over again... Will this argument never end? A lively, witty and very wise picture book all about arguing and making up again.
Charlotte Habersack started writing stories at the age of seven. She went on to study German literature and work as a movie editor for television. She now writes screenplays and novels for children, when she’s not touring far-flung countries on her motorbike. She lives in Munich with her husband, two children and three chickens. Ingrid Sissung, born in Nancy, France, in 1983, studied German literature, graphic design and illustration. She has been a freelance illustrator, translator and producer since 2008. She lives in the countryside near Paris with her husband, a cat and a dog.
Charlotte Habersack Trouble and Strife Illustrated by Ingrid Sissung 32 pages. 274 x 245 mm Hardcover Four-colour Illustrations Out in February 2011 Age 4 +
A little piece of happiness What is happiness? Linda Wolfsgruber looked into this question in several workshops with children, getting very different answers. Sometimes it’s quite simple, then very complicated, sometimes it’s far removed from everyday life and then it’s very close. It’s certainly very varied, and the illustrator has captured all these happinesses large and small in delightful pictures. A very precious book for several different purposes – for looking at, for wondering at, for giving to friends. “For me, a book is most beautiful when I can surprise myself with my work.” Linda Wolfsgruber on her books
Linda Wolfsgruber, born in Bruneck/South Tyrol in 1961, has been a freelance illustrator, typesetter and graphic designer since 1986. Her books for children and adults have been translated into 17 languages to date. She has been awarded the Austrian Children’s and Young Adults’ Book Prize several times, and in 2010 the Catholic Children’s and Young Adults’ Book Prize along with Heinz Janisch for Wie war das am Anfang (Dom-Verlag).
Linda Wolfsgruber GLÜCK IST GOLD
Linda Wolfsgruber Happiness is Gold 20 pages. 140 x 140 mm Postcard book Four-colour Illustrations Out in September 2011 Age 4 +
An idea for every day of summer – there’s no such thing as boring! Summer, here we come – this Summer Book has a new suggestion or surprise for every day of the holidays: poems, stories, songs and games to enjoy and play along with. Well-known authors including Paul Maar, Heinz Janisch and Wieland Freund have filled the book with their most summery writing. The ideal holiday companion!
Isabel Pin (Ed.) My Summer Book Illustrated by Isabel Pin 84 pages. 162 x 223 mm Spiral-bound hardcover Out in April 2011 Age 6 +
The holidays can be so exciting – if you find a new idea in your Summer Book every single day! From Martina Wildner’s explanation of waves to great poems by Paul Maar, the book is chock-a-block with good ideas and inspiration. Some days you can sing a song, others you can make your own book or create something beautiful.
Designed like a calendar, the book gives children something new to discover every day. Or you can pick and choose whatever you like – it’s up to you. One thing’s for sure – this summer certainly won’t be boring! With texts by Wieland Freund, Heinz Janisch, Paul Maar, Antonie Schneider, Martina Wildner and illustrations by Isabel Pin.
A hero right out of a book Frome is short, not all that strong and dressed like his father, a tight-lipped shoe salesman. But his head is full of wild thoughts, amazing words, dreams of adventures and shaggy dogs. When Frome finds a strange egg and accidentally incubates it in his pocket, it feels like his life might be getting a tad more exciting. The gang of small, curious creatures that one day hatch out turn pretty much everything upside down, showing Frome that sometimes it’s much better to do than to dream ...
Finn-Ole Heinrich Frome, You Gnome Illustrated by Rán Flygenring 84 pages. 162 x 223 mm Hardcover Four-colour Illustrations Out in September 2011 Age 8 +
Finn-Ole Heinrich, born in 1982, grew up near Hamburg and studied Film in Hanover up to 2008. He is now a writer and lives in Hamburg. Rán Flygenring, born in Iceland in 1987, is a graphic designer and illustrator. She has won numerous prizes for her creative work, with her art on show at international exhibitions.
★ Merry CHRISTMAS Books ★
★ Franziska Biermann Jingle Bells An illustrated musical advent calendar 64 pages. 297 x 210 mm Hardcover with CD Four-colour Illustrations Out in October 2007 Age 2 +
Ute Krause The Santa Claus Conspiracy 32 pages. 245 x 274 mm Hardcover Four-colour Illustrations Out in October 2008 Age 4 + Sold to: Romania
Wolfdietrich Schnurre The Best Gifts in the World Illustrated by Wolfdietrich Schnurre 32 pages. 239 x 300 mm Hardcover Four-colour Illustrations Out in October 2010 Age 4 +
One hot day in August, when Grandma calls in the middle of summer as usual to ask what the family want for Christmas, Mum has had just about enough. ‘We’re celebrating on our own this year!’ she decides. Paul imagines Christmas will be rather … lonely. But it probably has a lot of upsides too. For example, they won’t have to eat Grandma’s herring salad. But then one day, Paul’s little sister Frida comes home from school very upset. Apparently there’s no such thing as Santa; he and his reindeer are all made-up. Paul can only see one way to cheer up his little sister – he has to prove that Santa exists. But it’s not at all easy finding people to support his project...
Silke Lambeck The Santa Project Illustrated by Regina Kehn 250 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Four-colour Illustrations Out in October 2011 Age 8 +
Lots of Picture Books Martin Baltscheit The Fox who lost his Mind 24 pages. 280 x 190 mm Four-colour Illustrations Out in September 2010 Age 4 + Sold to: Spain
Silke Lambeck Kakadudel 32 pages. 245 x 274 mm Four-colour Illustrations Out in February 2010 Age 4 + Sold to: China
Ingo Schulze Mr Augustin Illustrated by Julia Penndorf 32 pages. 239 x 300 mm Hardcover Four-colour Illustrations Out in August 2008 Age 4 + Sold to: Brazil, Italy
Ute Krause When are they Leaving? 32 pages. 198 x 209 mm Hardcover Four-colour Illustrations Out in September 2010 Age 4 +
Ute Krause Monsters 32 Pages. 210 x 287 mm Hardcover Four-colour Illustrations Out in February 2008 Age 4 + Sold to: UK , Korea
Guy Helminger Nofretete Nilpferd 32 pages. 190 x 280 mm Hardcover Four-colour Illustrations Out in February 2010 Age 4 +
Franziska Biermann Circus 32 pages. 245 x 274 mm Four-colour Illustrations Out in February 2009 Age 4 +
As magical, exciting and chaotic as life is when you’re 13 Katja Henkel takes us along on a family holiday to Iceland – into the lively, magical and oh, so realistic teenager world.
Katja Henkel Rosa Rabenstein. 1 new message 268 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Out in February 2011 Age 8 +
A whole week’s boring, rainy summer holiday in Iceland. How will Rosa ever survive? Especially as her parents have banned her from using her cell phone while they’re on the expensive island. Not that Bruno’s answering her texts anyway. Every time Rosa sneaks a glance at her display: no new messages! Rosa has just wished for a text from Bruno at the elfin wishing stone in the Ghost Museum, when suddenly ... a real live elf appears. She hasn’t quite forgotten Bruno, but now Rosa has urgent elf problems to deal with first of all …
editor. Having lived in London, San Francisco and Goa, she is now a freelance writer and translator based in Hamburg. Bloomsbury K&J has published her books Der Himmel soll warten! (2005) and Linas Lachen (2007). Katja Henkel Heaven Can Wait! Illustrated by Sybille Hein 144 pages. 123 x 204 mm Out in October 2005 Age 6 + Sold to: Italy, Spain, Korea, France
Katja Henkel Lina’s Smile Illustrated by Sybille Hein 288 pages. 123 x 204 mm Out in September 2007 Age 10 + Sold to: France, Spain
Katja Henkel, born in Karlsruhe, spent over ten years working as a radio presenter and
An irresistible detective team Heinz Janisch
Herr Jar omir und die gesto
Heinz Janisch / Ute Krause Mister Jaromir and the Stolen Jewels Illustrated by Ute Krause 80 pages. 135 x 215 mm Two-colour Illustrations Hardcover Out in September 2011 Age 8 +
When the famous private detective Lord Huber is looking for a new assistant, he devises a very tough selection procedure. Only Mister Jaromir passes: He is an intelligent, well-educated and deliberate dachshund – just the right companion Lord Huber has been looking for in order to solve tricky criminal cases. On Mister Jaromir’s very first day, the team starts off into their first case which leads them to a popular spa town. A spectacular jewel robbery has taken place: Under highly suspicious circumstances the Danish crown jewels have been stolen out of the safe of a time-honoured hotel ... Lord Huber’s unmistakable instinct and Mister Jaromir’s phenomenal power of deduction are called upon. And soon the uncommon couple is trailing a promising first hint …
Heinz Janisch, born in 1960 in Güssing, Austria, is a journalist and author and works for the Austrian Broadcasting Service. His first children’s book came out in 1989, since then a lot of his books have won awards, among others the Bologna Ragazzi Award and the Austrian State Award for Children’s Poetry. He lives in Vienna and the Burgenland. Ute Krause was born in Berlin in 1960 and spent her childhood in India und Africa. She studied at the Academy of Arts in Berlin as well as Film and Media in Munich. Since then she illustrated more than 200 children’s books for which she was rewarded numerous times. She and her family live in Berlin.
‘Interesting stuff!’ Buchkultur Christina Bacher / Ulrich Noller BOLLE AND THE FOOTBALL PITCH GANG Illustrated by Birgit Jansen 144 pages. 123 x 204 mm Two-colour illustrations Age 10 +
The streetwise detectives Laura, Wladi, Sema and Kevin have a tricky new case to solve. Pink lipstick, bright eyeshadow and lots and lots of mascara: Laura glams up for her chance at the school band casting and … doesn’t make it to the call-back. Meanwhile, Kevin does get through with a cool hip-hop number. But when he gets hit by a car and taken to hospital, Laura takes his place in the final round. It’s hard to enjoy the unexpected opportunity under such sad circumstances. And another thing seems strange – several other first-round winners also leave the competition unexpectedly. In the end, one of the judges secretly takes Kevin’s bloodstained jacket to the cleaners. That makes it clear as day: this is a case for the Football Pitch Gang.
Christina Bacher / Ulrich Noller Bolle and the Football Pitch Gang The Casting Trap Illustrated by Birgit Jansen 144 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in February 2011 Age 10 +
Daniel Höra’s great utopian novel Since the Great Disaster the sun can only be guessed at, a toxic yellow shimmer behind the dirty grey of the sky. Kjell is nearly fifteen, a soldier with the Black Riflemen. Fighting in this unit is a great honour. When there is no war waging they hunt terrorists, criminals and deviants or put down workers’ uprisings. Now the senate elections are coming up and they are transferred to Berlin to protect the candidates. Rumour has it that the capital city is a noisy and immoral place, with refugees and lawless types of all kinds hiding in the ruins and abandoned districts. Kjell can’t wait to leave this lousy city. But then he finds himself in the middle of a conspiracy and has to disappear swiftly, along with Leela of all people, the unbearable daughter of the chancellor. The two of them flee across the ravaged land, and not only Kjell’s life is turned upside down.
Daniel Höra, born in Hanover, has worked as a removal man, a geriatric nurse, a taxi driver and a television editor. He is now a freelance writer in Berlin. Bloomsbury K&J published his first young adult title Gedisst in 2009.
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Daniel Höra Dissed 240 pages. 123 x 204 mm Paperback Out in February 2009 Age 14 +
Daniel Höra The End of the World 384 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Out in September 2011 Age 14 +
Gert Scobel Niklas Illustrated by Ayano Imai 40 pages. 165 x 200 mm Out in October 2008 Age 6 +
Victor Caspak / Yves Lanois The Return of the »Short Ones« Illustrated by Ole Könnecke 430 pages. 135 x 185 mm Out in August 2006 Age 10 + Sold to: Japan
Andreas Schendel Virág – Or When the World Slips and Shifts 96 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover With four-colour Polaroid photos by Anne-Theresa Wittmann Out in February 2010 Age 10 +
Zoran Drvenkar Paula and the Lightness of Being Illustrated by Peter Schössow 96 pages. 123 x 204 mm Out in March 2007 Age 8 + Sold to: Korea, Spain
Nasrin Siege The Pirates of Libertalia 304 pages. 135 x 215 mm Hardcover Out in February 2009 Age 12 +
Martina Wildner Twin Trouble Twice Over Illustrated by Martina Wildner 120 pages. 123 x 204 mm Out in February 2010 Age 8 + Sold to: Spain
Antje Wagner Unland 300 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Out in August 2009 Age 14 +
Bettina Obrecht Sputnik Illustrated by Sabine Kranz 120 pages. 123 x 204 mm Out in September 2010 Age 8 + Sold to: Spain
Silke Lambeck Mr. Röslein Illustrated by Karsten Teich 128 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in February 2007 Age 6+ Sold to: France, Korea, Spain, Romania, Turkey
Jan Peter Bremer Prick Up Your Ears Illustrated by Vitali Konstantinov 120 pages. 123 x 204 mm Out in February 2010 Age 6 +
Gila Lustiger Mr Grinberg & Co. A Story about Happiness Illustrated by Vitali Konstantinov 160 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in March 2008 Age 10 + Sold to: Korea
Silke Lambeck The Return of Mr Röslein Illustrated by Karsten Teich 160 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in February 2008 Age 6 + Sold to: Spain, Romania, Turkey, Korea, France
Ulrich Renz Motte & Co. on the Tracks of the Blackmailers 160 pages. 123 x 204 mm Out in October 2007 Age 12 +
Ulrich Renz Motte & Co on the Hunt for Giant Blue 160 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Out in July 2008 Age 10 +
Silke Lambeck Where is Mister Röslein? Illustrated by Karsten Teich Ca. 150 pages. 135 x 215 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in September 2010 Age 6 + Sold to: Spain
Zoran Drvenkar Zarah. You Aren’t Afraid, Are You? Illustrated by Martin Baltscheit 72 pages. 209 x 198 mm. Out in August 2007 Age 6 + Sold to: Spain, Korea
Zoran Drvenkar JanBenMax Illustrated by Tine Schwarz 208 pages. 123 x 204 mm Out in September 2008 Age 6 + Sold to: Korea
Bettina Obrecht Isolated 288 pages. 123 x 204 mm Paperback Out in August 2006 Age 14 + Sold to: Japan
‘I remember very well what it was like to be a child.’ Katrin Hahnemann Who Is… Mahatma Gandhi? Illustrated by Uwe Mayer 112 pages. 170 x 215 mm Hardcover. Photos and two-colour Illustrations Out in March 2008 Age 8 + Sold to: Korea Katrin Hahnemann Who Is… Charles Darwin? Illustrated by Uwe Mayer 104 pages. 170 x 215 mm Hardcover Photos and two-colour Illustrations Out in February 2009 Age 8 + Sold to: Korea, Turkey Katrin Hahnemann Who Is… Martin Luther King? Illustrated by Uwe Mayer 112 pages. 170 x 215 mm Hardcover. Photos and two-colour Illustrations Out in February 2010 Age 8 + Sold to: Korea
Astrid Lindgren – everyone knows her books, and she means a great deal to children all over the world. Katrin Hahnemann describes the life of a woman who enchanted readers with her books, but was also a fighter and a role model for many. She certainly didn’t have a picture-book life. It started with an idyllic childhood like in her Bullerbu books, but then Astrid Lindgren had to get by as a single mother. She married but carried on working – and she began to write. Her books went on to alter the image of childhood in the twentieth century. She helped children to be treated with respect. She invented cheeky and non-conformist characters, who are brave and strong but also weak and scared, who fight great battles and win – without the help of adults.
Katrin Hahnemann Who Is… Astrid Lindgren? Illustrated by Uwe Mayer 112 pages. 170 x 215 mm Hardcover. Photos and two-colour Illustrations Out in March 2011 Age 8 +
TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF ASTRID LINDGREN’S DEATH ON 28 JANUARY 2012
A life for animals – Jane Goodall When Jane Goodall went into the jungle in 1960 to study and observe chimpanzees for an extensive period of time, she was the first person in the world to do so. Scientists hardly new anything about our closest relatives in the animal kingdom, they did not know how they lived, what they ate and how they behaved. What Jane found out after years of studying chimpanzees contributed immensely to our current knowledge of the differences between humans and animals. Today Jane fights for animal rights: With her organization “Roots and Shoots” she motivates children and young adults to become involved in environment issues in more than 120 countries worldwide.
Katrin Hahnemann studied Literature, Theatre Studies and Journalism. She has worked in the theatre and for the radio programme ‘Ohrenbär’. The Who is…? series includes her biographies of Mahatma Gandhi, Charles Darwin, Martin Luther King, Jane Goodall and Astrid Lindgren. She lives in Berlin. Uwe Mayer is an illustrator living in England and Germany. All the illustrations in the Who is…? series are his work. He has also illustrated numerous children’s books for prominent British publishers.
Katrin Hahnemann Who Is… Jane Goodall? Illustrated by Uwe Mayer 112 pages. 170 x 215 mm Hardcover. Photos and two-colour Illustrations Out in February 2010 Age 8 + Sold to: Korea
Same Same But Different* * Thai-English saying
Wolfgang Korn WAS IST SCHON NORMAL?
Wolfgang Korn What’s Normal? Small Stories about Human Diversity Illustrated by Christoph Mett 176 pages. 135 x 215 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in September 2011 Age 10 +
Should we shake every person’s hand and look them in the eyes when we meet them? That’s only a must here in Europe and North America; in other places, this gesture can easily cause problems. And how do the Japanese manage to give three hundred gifts a year, while we have trouble keeping up with birthdays and Christmas? Despite our multicultural cities, globalization and the internet, people still live in different cultures and all of them have their own rules. But this cultural diversity is also a treasure chest for humankind, showing us how many possibilities there are. Wolfgang Korn takes us on a trip through the different cultures, providing insight into ethnological research, and we learn: It’s perfectly normal to be different.
newspapers and magazines (including GEO and Die Zeit) and has published several non-fiction books for young adults.
Wolfgang Korn is a science journalist and author and lives in Hanover. He writes for
JUNIOR’S SCIENCE BOOK OF THE YEAR 2009 WHITE RAVENS 2009 Wolfgang Korn My Red Fleece Jacket 192 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in August 2008 Age 12 + Sold to: Spain, Greece, Korea, China, Egypt (Arabic language), Brazil
Wolfgang Korn Tomorrow’s Big Star A Small Story about the Big World of the Media 176 pages. 135 x 215 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in September 2010 Age 12 + Sold to: Korea
A Literary Voyage around the World
Peter Braun Treasure Islands and White Whales A Literary Voyage around the World Illustrated by Jens Rassmus 192 pages.123 x 204 mm Hardcover Out in March 2011 Age 12 +
A brand-new reading guide by Peter Braun: His book tells stories of great authors from all over the world, of Defoe and Dostojevski, of Austen and Hemingway, of Hugo and Twain. He retells their lives and their books. Why did Hans Christian Andersen carry a rope with him on all of his travels? How come that Miguel de Cervantes developed his character Don Quijote in jail? And how did Hermann Melville make an escape from a bunch of cannibals? Peter Braun once again shows that it is not only the books, but even more so the stories about their authors which make reading a true adventure.
Peter Braun From Lessing to Borchert 192 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in October 2006 Age 12 + Sold to: Korea
Peter Braun Tin Drummers and Whistle Blowers 176 pages. 135 x 215 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in February 2010 Age 12 +
What holds our World in Place There are a lot of materials that hold our world in place and which we use every day. But wood has always been particularly involved in our lives. This book tells you about this special material which we humans have used in a great variety of ways and which still today gives us big ideas. While reading this book we learn about the exploitation of forests, about worldwide wood trade and its disastrous outcomes. The book revives an old dresser and makes it shine in new splendour, it shows us what we can read off annual rings. We watch a tree grow and follow the steps of how a violin and a particleboard are made. This book tells us the secret of sawing, staining and varnishing, it will make you want to take plane and saw into your own hands. And it will show you what future lies in wood.
Reinhard Osteroth works as a freelance author and journalist in Berlin, he regularly writes for Die ZEIT. His writing focuses on cultural and technological history. His latest book is Erfinderwelten. Eine kurze Geschichte der Technik (2008) und Deutschland. Eine Kreuz- und Querreise (2010). Moidi Kretschmann studied at the University of Arts and Industrial Design in Linz, Austria. For many years she worked as a costume and fashion designer. Today she is a freelance illustrator and lives in Vienna.
Reinhard Osteroth Wood The Stuff that holds our World in Place Illustrated by Moidi Kretschmann 176 pages. 170 x 215 mm Hardcover. Numerous photos and Illustrations Out in September 2011 Age 12 +
Discover More of the World Horst Rademacher On the Brink of the Crater The incredible fascination of volcanoes 224 pages. 135 x 215 mm Hardcover Four-color Illustrations Out in October 2010 Age 12 +
Thomas Bührke Lift off! The History of Space Travel 256 pages. 135 x 215 mm Four-colour Illustrations Out in February 2008 Age 14 + Sold to: Korea
Roland Knauer / Kerstin Viering Upward Tendency The book about weather and the climate 224 pages. 123 x 204 mm Hardcover Two-colour Illustrations Out in September 2010 Age 12 + Sold to: Korea
Christian Weymayr Hippokrates, Dr. Roentgen & Co. A History of Medicine 256 pages. 135 x 215 mm Black/White Illustrations Out in August 2007 Age 12 + Sold to: Korea
Dagmar Röhrlich The Traces of Humankind 240 pages. 135 x 215 mm Black/White Illustrations Out in February 2009 Age 12 +
Christian Weymayr/ Helge Ritter ROBOTS - What tomorrow’s helpers can do today 224 pages. 123 x 204 mm Photos and four-colour Illustrations Out in February 2010 Age 12 +
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Translated by Katy Derbyshire Illustration by Sybille Hein Layout by Katrin Hehberger, Bloomsbury Verlag GmbH
Published on Jan 26, 2012
Sybille Hein, Jana Wilsky, Charlotte Habersack, Linda Wolfsgruber, Finn-Ole Heinrich, Silke Lambeck, Katja Henkel, Heinz Janisch / Ute Kraus...