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A unique reconstruction of the establishment of Rembrandt’s masterpiece. Not to miss!

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Laureates JAN PAUL SCHUTTEN Marten and Oopjen and MARTIJN VAN make their own pretty DER LINDEN have Marten en Oopjen go marry! En than they have to look made a magnificent good. Zo gaan ze allebei on path om de sjiekste kleren te Little Golden Book in buyen. Oopjen wil telkens het mooiste van het mooiste. collaboration with the En Marten? Die wil het duurste van het duurste… Rijksmuseum about Gouden Griffel winnaar Jan Paul Schutten en Gouden the High Society of Penseel winnaar Martijn van der Linden maken in samenwerking met het Rijksmuseum een prachtig Gouden the Golden Age. With Boekje over de High Society van de Gouden Eeuw met atmospheric drawings sfeervolle tekeningen die grotendeels geïnspireerd zijn which are inspired op de werken van de grote meesters uit het Rijksmuseum. by the big masters of the Rijksmuseum, this book could be seen as a masterpiece. Their previous Little Golden ISBN 9789047625339 Book The Girl With The Golden Dress got awarded and got translated into multiple languages. G O L D E N

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W R IT T E N BY JA N PAU L SC H U T T E N IL LUST RAT E D BY MA RT I J N VA N DE R L I N DE N

WRITTEN BY JAN PAUL SC H UT T E N ILLU STRAT ED BY M ART I JN VAN D E R LI N D E N

Rembrandts famous paintings featuring Marten and Oopjen play the main role in this beautiful picture book. They are getting married! And of course they have to look all dressed up.

This is Netty. She wears her finest clothes. Netty’s mother combed her hair for hours and the neighbor has put a beautiful little golden crown on her head. But why does she look so beautiful?

They are both going out to go and find the fanciest outfits in the country. Oopjen desires the most beautiful dress, shoes and jewelry. And Marten? He only wants the most expensive…

For The Girl in the Golden Dress both Jan Paul Schutten and Martijn van der Linden did thorough research into the Nightwatch and the living and painting in the 17th century. This pays off in a beautiful book filled with facts about the world famous civic guard and refers to several famous paintings from Rembrandt’s time.

Pages: 32 Rights sold to Japan, South America and Russia Age: 4+

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Pages: 28 Age: 4+


A unique reconstruction of the establishment of Rembrandt’s masterpiece. Not to miss!

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RIJKSMUSEUM

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Golden Bookje

Laureates JAN PAUL SCHUTTEN Marten and Oopjen and MARTIJN VAN make their own pretty DER LINDEN have Marten en Oopjen go marry! En than they have to look made a magnificent good. Zo gaan ze allebei on path om de sjiekste kleren te Little Golden Book in buyen. Oopjen wil telkens het mooiste van het mooiste. collaboration with the En Marten? Die wil het duurste van het duurste… Rijksmuseum about Gouden Griffel winnaar Jan Paul Schutten en Gouden the High Society of Penseel winnaar Martijn van der Linden maken in samenwerking met het Rijksmuseum een prachtig Gouden the Golden Age. With Boekje over de High Society van de Gouden Eeuw met atmospheric drawings sfeervolle tekeningen die grotendeels geïnspireerd zijn which are inspired op de werken van de grote meesters uit het Rijksmuseum. by the big masters of the Rijksmuseum, this book could be seen as a masterpiece. Their previous Little Golden ISBN 9789047625339 Book The Girl With The Golden Dress got awarded and got translated into multiple languages. G O L D E N

La niña del vestido dorado J an P aul S chutten M artiJn van der l inden

il u straciones

ДевочКа в золотом платье

W E D D I N G

закаолим раик ака поин-

RIJKSMUSEUM

T H E

как елятди, ый са-

2

Девочка в золотом платье

ги, коче-

ие бывают собрать а про самые

The Girl in the Golden Dress

The golden wedding

gb-oopjen-cover-eng.indd 1

W R IT T E N BY JA N PAU L SC H U T T E N IL LUST RAT E D BY MA RT I J N VA N DE R L I N DE N

WRITTEN BY JAN PAUL SC H UT T E N ILLU STRAT ED BY M ART I JN VAN D E R LI N D E N

Rembrandts famous paintings featuring Marten and Oopjen play the main role in this beautiful picture book. They are getting married! And of course they have to look all dressed up.

This is Netty. She wears her finest clothes. Netty’s mother combed her hair for hours and the neighbor has put a beautiful little golden crown on her head. But why does she look so beautiful?

They are both going out to go and find the fanciest outfits in the country. Oopjen desires the most beautiful dress, shoes and jewelry. And Marten? He only wants the most expensive…

For The Girl in the Golden Dress both Jan Paul Schutten and Martijn van der Linden did thorough research into the Nightwatch and the living and painting in the 17th century. This pays off in a beautiful book filled with facts about the world famous civic guard and refers to several famous paintings from Rembrandt’s time.

Pages: 32 Rights sold to Japan, South America and Russia Age: 4+

28-02-18 15:00

Pages: 28 Age: 4+


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THE MOUSE MANSION

THE MOUSE MANSION

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NEW! The harbour is the newest book in world wide bestselling book series ‘Mouse Mansion’

Also in this series

Book rights sold to: • Australia • Austria • Brasil • Catalunya • China • Czech Republic . Finland • France • Friesland • Germany • Italy . Iran • Japan • Korea • Netherlands • New Zealand • Poland • Russia • Spain • South-Africa • Switzerland • Turkey • Ukraine • Vietnam

THE harbour C R E AT E D BY ST U DI O SC H A A P MA N Sam and Julia are visiting Grandpa the sailor after school. He’s working in the port. There is so much going on because is ‘the week of the port’. This means that a lot of ships bring back their harvest from all parts of the world. To celebrate the safe homecoming a festive boat race is being organised. Grandpa and Uncle John help Sam and Julia so they can join the race. While wandering through the Mouse Mansion they find lots of usefull things to build a fantasic boat! The boat seems to float perfectly but during the race something go wrong. But Julia never gives up and Sam has a solution for every problem… but if winning is still an option? The fifth big Mouse Mansion book has spectacular pictures and is a beautiful story about perseverance and friendship. Pages: 64 Size: 24,5 x 28,5 cm Age: 4+


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THE MOUSE MANSION

THE MOUSE MANSION

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NEW! The harbour is the newest book in world wide bestselling book series ‘Mouse Mansion’

Also in this series

Book rights sold to: • Australia • Austria • Brasil • Catalunya • China • Czech Republic . Finland • France • Friesland • Germany • Italy . Iran • Japan • Korea • Netherlands • New Zealand • Poland • Russia • Spain • South-Africa • Switzerland • Turkey • Ukraine • Vietnam

THE harbour C R E AT E D BY ST U DI O SC H A A P MA N Sam and Julia are visiting Grandpa the sailor after school. He’s working in the port. There is so much going on because is ‘the week of the port’. This means that a lot of ships bring back their harvest from all parts of the world. To celebrate the safe homecoming a festive boat race is being organised. Grandpa and Uncle John help Sam and Julia so they can join the race. While wandering through the Mouse Mansion they find lots of usefull things to build a fantasic boat! The boat seems to float perfectly but during the race something go wrong. But Julia never gives up and Sam has a solution for every problem… but if winning is still an option? The fifth big Mouse Mansion book has spectacular pictures and is a beautiful story about perseverance and friendship. Pages: 64 Size: 24,5 x 28,5 cm Age: 4+


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NEW PICTURE BOOKS

NEW PICTURE BOOKS

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FROM THE SAME ILLUSTRATOR

MARK HAAYEMA writes children’s books about contemporary themes like dementia, homosexuality and in this case xenophobia. Without being moralistic through his books he inspires people to talk about these subjects.

the Most Beautiful Sound In The World WRITTEN BY PAULIEN CORNELISSE ILLUSTRATED BY EMANUEL WIEMANS With her usual humor and well-chosen words PAULIEN CORNELISSE creates a beautiful story which show the importance of music and playing together. The beautiful and hilarious illustrations are by EMANUEL WIEMANS.

Niko loves to play the triangle because it makes the most beautiful sound in the world. PING. But then the peace gets disturbed by a man who is coming his way with a bassoon. VOMP. When a girl also arrives with a kettledrum and two ladies emerge with violins it creates a cacophony of sound. PING, VOMP, ZWIE, DOEM. It doesn’t sound good at all, until Niko suggests to play together. And then an orchestra arises, and oh does it sound beautiful!

Pages: 28 Age: 3+

MEDY OBERENDORFF is an immensely patient illustrator; she zooms in on the flora and fauna around us and illustrates it with incredible detail. She shows natures beauty by her refined and detailed style. She earlier illustrated the acclaimed success: The wondrous insect book.

FROM THE SAME AUTHOR

Pete the parakeet

About strange birds with odd feathers W R IT T E N BY MA R K H A AY E MA IL LUST RAT E D BY ME DY O B E R E N DO R FF George built a beautiful aviary from netting and wood. The aviary has enough room for a hundred birds. At least. But he doesn’t have that much birds. Not yet. He has one. A parakeet called Pete. Pete gets used to his home quite easily. But then new birds come to live in ‘his’ aviary and he doesn’t like it one bit. Is this also something you can get used to? Is it possible to become friends with these strange birds with odd feathers and habits?

Pages: 40 Size: 23,1 x 28,7 cm Age: 3+


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NEW PICTURE BOOKS

NEW PICTURE BOOKS

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FROM THE SAME ILLUSTRATOR

MARK HAAYEMA writes children’s books about contemporary themes like dementia, homosexuality and in this case xenophobia. Without being moralistic through his books he inspires people to talk about these subjects.

the Most Beautiful Sound In The World WRITTEN BY PAULIEN CORNELISSE ILLUSTRATED BY EMANUEL WIEMANS With her usual humor and well-chosen words PAULIEN CORNELISSE creates a beautiful story which show the importance of music and playing together. The beautiful and hilarious illustrations are by EMANUEL WIEMANS.

Niko loves to play the triangle because it makes the most beautiful sound in the world. PING. But then the peace gets disturbed by a man who is coming his way with a bassoon. VOMP. When a girl also arrives with a kettledrum and two ladies emerge with violins it creates a cacophony of sound. PING, VOMP, ZWIE, DOEM. It doesn’t sound good at all, until Niko suggests to play together. And then an orchestra arises, and oh does it sound beautiful!

Pages: 28 Age: 3+

MEDY OBERENDORFF is an immensely patient illustrator; she zooms in on the flora and fauna around us and illustrates it with incredible detail. She shows natures beauty by her refined and detailed style. She earlier illustrated the acclaimed success: The wondrous insect book.

FROM THE SAME AUTHOR

Pete the parakeet

About strange birds with odd feathers W R IT T E N BY MA R K H A AY E MA IL LUST RAT E D BY ME DY O B E R E N DO R FF George built a beautiful aviary from netting and wood. The aviary has enough room for a hundred birds. At least. But he doesn’t have that much birds. Not yet. He has one. A parakeet called Pete. Pete gets used to his home quite easily. But then new birds come to live in ‘his’ aviary and he doesn’t like it one bit. Is this also something you can get used to? Is it possible to become friends with these strange birds with odd feathers and habits?

Pages: 40 Size: 23,1 x 28,7 cm Age: 3+


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PICTURE BOOKS, ILLUSTRATED BY NOËLLE SMIT

NEW PICTURE BOOK, ILLUSTRATED BY NOËLLE SMIT

Rico, the brave Sock Monkey

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Erik van Os – Noëlle Smit

WRITTEN BY FIONA REMPT ILLUSTRATED BY NOËLLE SMIT Rico is a monkey with extremely long arms and legs. He’s the bravest monkey in the world, because he is never afraid. Rico is born in a factory, like most cuddly toys.

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Pages: 32 Age: 4+

The naughty princess Vieze liedjes me & stoute versjes

ILLUSTRATED BY NOËLLE SMIT No classic fairy tales series has ever been depicted so extensively. Twenty five of the most loved stories by Grimm, Andersen and Perault are retold and beautifully illustrated in this 32-pages book series for the smallest, in cooperation with Efteling, Europe’s #2 popular theme park.

I Wish We Had A Shark

Pages: 32 Age: 4+

The shopping cart WRITTEN BY BIBI DUMON TAK ILLUSTRATED BY NOËLLE SMIT There is this one question that keeps bothering the smallest shopping cart in the super market. Where do the groceries once they leave the store? One night he decides to find out!

Pages: 32 Age: 4+ rights sold to Japan

Not only are ERIK VAN OS his texts cleverly funny. NOELLE SMIT succeeds to make a hilarious narrative picture book through the images, with lots of hidden discoveries.

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W R IT T E N BY E R I K VA N OS IL LUST RAT E D BY NOËLLE SMIT I Wish We Had A Shark is a happy book full of dirty songs and naughty verses. A kid hides his mom’s key, so they have to stay longer at their grandparents place. Mommy lost her lipstick and all of a sudden all the teddy bears are heavily made up. A little turd is afraid of leaving the toilet. And goldfish and hamsters are boring, the kids prefer a shark as a pet. With 26 rhymes, songs and verses to enjoy!

Pages: 64

Age: 4+


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PICTURE BOOKS, ILLUSTRATED BY NOËLLE SMIT

NEW PICTURE BOOK, ILLUSTRATED BY NOËLLE SMIT

Rico, the brave Sock Monkey

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Erik van Os – Noëlle Smit

WRITTEN BY FIONA REMPT ILLUSTRATED BY NOËLLE SMIT Rico is a monkey with extremely long arms and legs. He’s the bravest monkey in the world, because he is never afraid. Rico is born in a factory, like most cuddly toys.

banaan

Pages: 32 Age: 4+

The naughty princess Vieze liedjes me & stoute versjes

ILLUSTRATED BY NOËLLE SMIT No classic fairy tales series has ever been depicted so extensively. Twenty five of the most loved stories by Grimm, Andersen and Perault are retold and beautifully illustrated in this 32-pages book series for the smallest, in cooperation with Efteling, Europe’s #2 popular theme park.

I Wish We Had A Shark

Pages: 32 Age: 4+

The shopping cart WRITTEN BY BIBI DUMON TAK ILLUSTRATED BY NOËLLE SMIT There is this one question that keeps bothering the smallest shopping cart in the super market. Where do the groceries once they leave the store? One night he decides to find out!

Pages: 32 Age: 4+ rights sold to Japan

Not only are ERIK VAN OS his texts cleverly funny. NOELLE SMIT succeeds to make a hilarious narrative picture book through the images, with lots of hidden discoveries.

t CD

W R IT T E N BY E R I K VA N OS IL LUST RAT E D BY NOËLLE SMIT I Wish We Had A Shark is a happy book full of dirty songs and naughty verses. A kid hides his mom’s key, so they have to stay longer at their grandparents place. Mommy lost her lipstick and all of a sudden all the teddy bears are heavily made up. A little turd is afraid of leaving the toilet. And goldfish and hamsters are boring, the kids prefer a shark as a pet. With 26 rhymes, songs and verses to enjoy!

Pages: 64

Age: 4+


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PICTURE BOOKS BY YVONNE JAGTENBERG

YVONNE JACHTENBERG (b 1967) has been illustrating since she graduated from art academy in Arnhem 15 years ago. During that time she worked for different Dutch and international publishers of children books. Currently Yvonne is working on “self-made” picture books. Yvonne was chosen to take part in the “Dutch Oranges”, “An Elephant Came By” and “Dutch Treats: Contemporary Illustration From the Netherlands,” an exhibition of 14 children’s book Dutch illustrators around the world. The “Arno” and “Balotje’ titles have been translated into over 9 different languages. She won several awards including the Charlotte Köhler Stipendium.

‘The drawings of Doggy are so playful that you capture him in your hart even before you have read one letter.’ – Dutch daily newspaper Trouw, Bas Maliepaard

PICTURE BOOKS BY YVONNE JAGTENBERG

Balotje We are so proud of Balotje. She is the shining star in her own price winning book series. The whole series is made newly available with adorable new covers. Balotje is a tough little girl with a particular behaviour that attracts children from all over the world. She’s curious, straightforward and inventive. Never a dull moment with this Balotje! The series contains the following 10 titles: • Balotje and the bears • Balotje at ballet class • Balotje and grandmother’s bag • Balotje and the horse • Balotje and the baby • Balotje is jealous • Balotje on holiday • Balotje at the zoo • Balotje and the doctor • Balotje finds a friend

The wonderful life of Doggy (the one and only) WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY YVONNE JAGTENBERG The second book on the one and only Doggy contains several adventures of the famous and notorious Doggy. He is glad to meet loads of friends, sleeps wherever he wants to and eats what he fancies. He gets petted here and licked there. Doggy knows what a good life is; to be one with nature and be happy with yourself. The twenty stories are an ode to the four elements: water, earth, air and fire. Pages: 72 Size: 19,5 x 25,2 cm Age: 4+

Pages: 32 Size: 21,5 x 28 cm Age: 3+

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PICTURE BOOKS BY YVONNE JAGTENBERG

YVONNE JACHTENBERG (b 1967) has been illustrating since she graduated from art academy in Arnhem 15 years ago. During that time she worked for different Dutch and international publishers of children books. Currently Yvonne is working on “self-made” picture books. Yvonne was chosen to take part in the “Dutch Oranges”, “An Elephant Came By” and “Dutch Treats: Contemporary Illustration From the Netherlands,” an exhibition of 14 children’s book Dutch illustrators around the world. The “Arno” and “Balotje’ titles have been translated into over 9 different languages. She won several awards including the Charlotte Köhler Stipendium.

‘The drawings of Doggy are so playful that you capture him in your hart even before you have read one letter.’ – Dutch daily newspaper Trouw, Bas Maliepaard

PICTURE BOOKS BY YVONNE JAGTENBERG

Balotje We are so proud of Balotje. She is the shining star in her own price winning book series. The whole series is made newly available with adorable new covers. Balotje is a tough little girl with a particular behaviour that attracts children from all over the world. She’s curious, straightforward and inventive. Never a dull moment with this Balotje! The series contains the following 10 titles: • Balotje and the bears • Balotje at ballet class • Balotje and grandmother’s bag • Balotje and the horse • Balotje and the baby • Balotje is jealous • Balotje on holiday • Balotje at the zoo • Balotje and the doctor • Balotje finds a friend

The wonderful life of Doggy (the one and only) WRITTEN AND ILLUSTRATED BY YVONNE JAGTENBERG The second book on the one and only Doggy contains several adventures of the famous and notorious Doggy. He is glad to meet loads of friends, sleeps wherever he wants to and eats what he fancies. He gets petted here and licked there. Doggy knows what a good life is; to be one with nature and be happy with yourself. The twenty stories are an ode to the four elements: water, earth, air and fire. Pages: 72 Size: 19,5 x 25,2 cm Age: 4+

Pages: 32 Size: 21,5 x 28 cm Age: 3+

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PICTURE BOOKS BY HARMEN VAN STRAATEN

Harmen van Straaten

PICTURE BOOKS BY HARMEN VAN STRAATEN

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Little Trunk Late WRITTEN & ILLUSTRATED BY HARMEN VAN STRAATEN Little Trunk Late is a clumsy elephant who is always late. He desperately wants to be a firefighting elephant, but he is too late for every fire. In the end he becomes the hero of the story, by saving the barrack. The name of the elephant and the original title of the book, Spuit Elf, has been chosed because of a literary and proverbial meaning of the word: - ‘Spuit elf’ is a Dutch saying that means ‘squirt’: someone who is always late - ‘Spuit elf’ means Spuit 11: he lives together with 10 grown up elephants in the barrack.

Pages: 32 Age: 4+ Rights sold to China

The

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WRITTEN & ILLUSTRATED BY HARMEN VAN STRAATEN

The stories are cheerful and mostly written in rhyme. The books draw the attention they deserve because of the vivid colors, great shapes and when you start reading, the humor will capture you for sure. Children like to hear the stories over and over again.

Pages: 28 Age: 4+

© Harmen van Straaten

Tim is a funny little boy. His most fascinating side is his limitless fantasy. Tim likes to tells stories and while he does that, he and his friends are making the trips he tells about. That’s how brilliant a story teller he is. Tim and his friends Pirate, Polar bear, Giraffe, Whale, Cow and the penguins go anywhere they like.

After graduating from law school, HARMEN VAN STRAATEN studied Film Animation at London’s Royal College of Arts. To date, he has illustrated a total of 250 books, including publications in Belgium, the United Kingdom and Germany. Over the past few years, Harmen van Straaten has focused on writing and illustrating his own books. Translations of his work have been published in Germany, Belgium, Japan, Korea, France and Denmark.

Pages: 32 Age: 4+

The most special gift WRITTEN & ILLUSTRATED BY HARMEN VAN STRAATEN Dany has everything he desires. But this time he wants a real special present. His parents are at a loss; when will Dany ever be satisfied?. And even more important: what will they have to buy for him now? They ask the toystore for advice. The salesman has the right present for Dany. A picture book that makes you think. On how parents want to see their children happy. On children that seem to know what they want, but do they?


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PICTURE BOOKS BY HARMEN VAN STRAATEN

Harmen van Straaten

PICTURE BOOKS BY HARMEN VAN STRAATEN

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Little Trunk Late WRITTEN & ILLUSTRATED BY HARMEN VAN STRAATEN Little Trunk Late is a clumsy elephant who is always late. He desperately wants to be a firefighting elephant, but he is too late for every fire. In the end he becomes the hero of the story, by saving the barrack. The name of the elephant and the original title of the book, Spuit Elf, has been chosed because of a literary and proverbial meaning of the word: - ‘Spuit elf’ is a Dutch saying that means ‘squirt’: someone who is always late - ‘Spuit elf’ means Spuit 11: he lives together with 10 grown up elephants in the barrack.

Pages: 32 Age: 4+ Rights sold to China

The

books

WRITTEN & ILLUSTRATED BY HARMEN VAN STRAATEN

The stories are cheerful and mostly written in rhyme. The books draw the attention they deserve because of the vivid colors, great shapes and when you start reading, the humor will capture you for sure. Children like to hear the stories over and over again.

Pages: 28 Age: 4+

© Harmen van Straaten

Tim is a funny little boy. His most fascinating side is his limitless fantasy. Tim likes to tells stories and while he does that, he and his friends are making the trips he tells about. That’s how brilliant a story teller he is. Tim and his friends Pirate, Polar bear, Giraffe, Whale, Cow and the penguins go anywhere they like.

After graduating from law school, HARMEN VAN STRAATEN studied Film Animation at London’s Royal College of Arts. To date, he has illustrated a total of 250 books, including publications in Belgium, the United Kingdom and Germany. Over the past few years, Harmen van Straaten has focused on writing and illustrating his own books. Translations of his work have been published in Germany, Belgium, Japan, Korea, France and Denmark.

Pages: 32 Age: 4+

The most special gift WRITTEN & ILLUSTRATED BY HARMEN VAN STRAATEN Dany has everything he desires. But this time he wants a real special present. His parents are at a loss; when will Dany ever be satisfied?. And even more important: what will they have to buy for him now? They ask the toystore for advice. The salesman has the right present for Dany. A picture book that makes you think. On how parents want to see their children happy. On children that seem to know what they want, but do they?


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Lima

seven spends the first Don Pío, in Lima, Paul Gauguin his wealthy uncle, and family of Peru. homesick for always remain

Orléans

and at weather is cold difficult. The ge. return to France speak the langua He finds the s he doesn’t with a school in Orléan : running away the boarding His main hobby to sea. an outsider. decides to go He feels like age of 17, he his back. At the knapsack on

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1855–1866

The Gauguin

Paris

as a stockbroker in starts work He becomes of sailing, Gaugu n, Mette Gad. After five years buys s a Danish woma their work. He in Paris. He marrie painters and with Impressionist acquainted g. also starts paintin their art and

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1866–1884

W R IT T E N BY E N R I CO PA S SO N I IL LUST RAT E D BY TOMASSO VIDUS ROSIN LONDON

Pont-Aven

Pontoise

He teacher, lives. o, Gauguin’s in meets the painter Pissarr paint. Gaugu This is where come there to entire y painter to and spends invites the Sunda . ing Cézanne, too happy about in Pontoise, includ other artists Mette, is none which his wife, weekends there,

1879–1884

PARIS

Rue Carcel, Paris

gs s beautiful paintin than , Gauguin create in Rue Carcel time at his easel At their house he He spends more the children. t crash of 1882, of Mette and the stock marke exchange. After at the stock on his art. chooses to focus resigns and

1880–1884

Rouen

. move to Rouen leave Paris and , the Gauguins successful artist, To save money d to a not very her f now marrie She returns to Finding hersel had enough. s that she has her. Mette decide children with ark, taking the family in Denm

1884

Copenhagen

If anyone was ever a citizen of the world, it was the artist Paul Gauguin (1848–1903). At the tender age of one, he emigrated – together with his parents – from France to Peru, where he spent his childhood in paradise. For the rest of his life, he would always remain in search of paradise. As an adult, he sailed all the world’s oceans and stayed for shorter and longer periods of time in various places in France, Denmark, Panama, Martinique, New Zealand, Tahiti and Hiva Oa, a French-Polynesian island in the South Pacific. Martinique

Panama

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a , he tries to make Copenhagen to s his family. In work out. Much Gauguin follow This does not money lin salesman. get by on the living as a tarpau family has to the his in-laws, the lessons. ‘I hate the disdain of onal French He by giving occasi the people!’ Mette makes climate and his son Clovis. Gauguin, ‘the with writes ,’ Paris to Danes returns suicide and contemplates

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Atlas

it was the artist of the world, ever a citizen age of one, he If anyone was At the tender to (1848– 1903). from France Paul Gauguin his parents – the rest together with paradise. For emigrated – childhood in of paradise. he spent his Peru, where s remain in search would alway s and stayed of his life, he the world’s ocean s places in he sailed all As an adult, s of time in variou longer period New Zealand, for shorter and Martinique, ark, Panama, island in the France, Denm -Polynesian Oa, a French Tahiti and Hiva in to all . South Pacific only follow Gaugu s, but also in Atlas, we not In The Gaugu d his masterpiece where he create A time when those places in which he lived. y him to the era was a journe accompany ille to Tahiti recently boat from Marse travelling by Tower had only an eternity s, when the Eiffel of two month seemed to take and when it longed-for letters been completed, to arrive with ngs. ly mail boat nt for his painti for the month n the payme not to mentio from Paris –

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to the seasid Gauguin moves er. with his sister, n come togeth Leaving Clovis Paris and Londo . artists from other artists of Dieppe, where ction with the make a conne He does not

1885

London

es n, where he becom a trip to Londo Paris, Gauguin makes ent. Back in From Dieppe, and Crafts movem ences a winter of with the Arts experi acquainted as a with Clovis, he pt. Together in finding work he is bankru he succeeds povert y. Finally ics studio. bitter cold and money at a ceram earns some and ter billpos

1885

Pont-Aven

known as an is already well of Pont-Aven for the first time in arrives there The Breton village even he unity when Gaugu house, which artists’ comm ec boarding at the Gloan area, but never in 1886. He stays ing in the local any meals at goes out sketch ’t have to miss can afford. He doesn he far, so that wanders too . house ing the board

EARLY 1886

Panama

longs to leave. He in soon wants and in Paris, Gaugu n civilisation Once he is back , far from wester tion. In the spring life in the tropics for a simple Industrial Revolu the are digging progress of the the relentless where the French n city of to Panama, in the huge wester of 1887, he moves arrives he as . As soon good choice Panama Canal. a was not a in realises Panam Gaugu Colón,

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Lima

1849–1855

Paul Gauguin spends the first seven years and family of his of his life in the wealthy uncle, Don home Pío, in Lima, Peru. always remain He will homesick for Peru.

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Martinique

Dimensions: 19,5 x 25 cm Date of publication: autumn 2018

Orléans

at the bay of and goes ashore ique. the boat back island of Martin Gauguin takes the Caribbean plantation. the capital of an old sugar Saint-Pierre, a straw hut on style. residence in change in his He takes up reveal a big he makes there The paintings

1855–1866

He finds the return to France difficult. The weather is the boarding school cold and at in Orléans he doesn’t He feels like an speak the language. outsider. His main hobby: running knapsack on his away with a back. At the age of 17, he decides to go to sea.

1887

Author: Nienke Denekamp Retail price: € 19,95 Number of pages: around 160

The Gauguin Atlas

After five years of sailing, Gauguin starts work as a in Paris. He marries stockbroker a Danish woman, Mette Gad. He becomes acquainted with Impressionist painters and their work. their art and also He buys starts painting.

If anyone was ever a citizen of the world, it was Paul Gauguin the artist (1848–1903). At the tender age emigrated – together of one, he with his parents – from France to Peru, where he spent his childhood in paradise. For of his life, he would the rest always remain in search of paradise. As an adult, he sailed all the world’s oceans and stayed for shorter and longer periods of time in various France, Denmark, places in Panama, Martinique, New Zealand, Tahiti and Hiva Oa, a French-Polynesian South Pacific. island in the In The Gauguin Atlas, we not only follow Gauguin those places where he created his masterpieces, to all accompany him but also to the era in which he lived. A time travelling by boat when from Marseille to Tahiti was a journey of two months, when the Eiffel Tower had only been completed, recently and when it seemed to take an eternity for the monthly mail boat to arrive with longed-for from Paris – not letters to mention the payment for his paintings.

Pontoise

1879–1884

This is where the painter Pissarro, Gauguin’s teacher, invites the Sunday lives. He painter to come there to paint. Gauguin other artists in Pontoise, including meets Cézanne, and spends weekends there, entire which his wife, Mette, is none too happy about.

COPENHAGEN LONDON Pont-Aven

Rue Carcel, Paris

PARIS

1880–1884

At their house in Rue Carcel, Gauguin creates beautiful of Mette and the paintings children. He spends more time at his at the stock exchange. easel than After the stock market crash of resigns and chooses 1882, he to focus on his art.

Rouen

1884

To save money, the Gauguins leave Paris and move Finding herself to Rouen. now married to a not very successful Mette decides that artist, she has had enough. family in Denmark, She returns to her taking the children with her.

Martinique Panama

The Gauguin Atlas

Copenhagen

1884–1885

Gauguin follows his family. In Copenhagen, living as a tarpaulin he tries to make a salesman. This does not work out. the disdain of his Much to in-laws, the family has to get by on Mette makes by the money giving occasional French lessons. Danes,’ writes Gauguin, ‘I hate the ‘the climate and contemplates suicide the people!’ He and returns to Paris with his son Clovis.

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Dieppe

1885

Leaving Clovis with his sister, Gauguin moves to the seaside of Dieppe, where artists from Paris town and London come He does not make together. a connection with the other artists.

London

1885

From Dieppe, Gauguin makes a trip to London, where acquainted with he becomes the Arts and Crafts movement. Back he is bankrupt. in Paris, Together with Clovis, he experiences bitter cold and a winter of poverty. Finally he succeeds in billposter and earns finding work as some money at a a ceramics studio.

Pont-Aven

EARLY 1886

The Breton village of Pont-Aven is already well known artists’ community as an when Gauguin arrives there for in 1886. He stays the first time at the Gloanec boarding house, can afford. He goes which even he out sketching in the local area, but wanders too far, never so that he doesn’t have to miss any the boarding house. meals at

Panama

1887

Once he is back in Paris, Gauguin soon wants to leave. for a simple life He longs in the tropics, far from western civilisation the relentless progress and of the Industrial Revolution. In the of 1887, he moves to Panama, where spring the French are Panama Canal. digging the As soon as he arrives in the huge western Colón, Gauguin realises Panama city of was not a good choice.

Martinique

1887

Gauguin takes the boat back and goes ashore at Saint-Pierre, the the bay of capital of the Caribbean He takes up residence island of Martinique. in a straw hut on The paintings he an old sugar plantation. makes there reveal a big change in his style.

Brittany Concarneau,

Pont-Aven

he becomes to Paris, where Theo, who Gauguin to return rs, Vincent and Illness forces Gogh brothe in Pontwith the Van the summer acquainted work. During ed as ation for his later regard the Sermon, are full of admir The Vision after lism. Aven, he paints works of Symbo tant impor one of the most

1887–1888

room at their paint the bar far Together they plates a life Meijer de Haan. Gauguin contem . Meanwhile boarding house n civilisation. away from wester

iti) Papeete (Tah

capital of Papeete, the in arrives in the French er of 1891, Gaugu of living among In the summ has enough sia. He soon tres to the south. forty kilome French Polyne moves to a village colonials and

1891

a fight and breaks es involved in he decides Gauguin becom in the press, In Concarneau, d of plagiarism for good. he is accuse in leaves France his leg. When enough. Gaugu that he has had

1894

Zealand Auckland, New

in visits the to Tahiti, Gaugu art. er on his way sees some Maori During a stopov m, where he te and Museu more remote Tahiti to the Auckland Institu onwards from Polynesian art. He plans to travel can study other s so that he Marquesas Island

1895

Arles

invitation to t van Gogh’s accepts Vincen Studio of in Arles, the n of 1888, he In the autum artists’ colony ear with him at his cutting off his come and work r, with Van Gogh the patient. ends in disaste without visiting the South. This train to Paris catching the and Gauguin

1888

any Le Pouldu, Britt

time to the rugged to Brittany, this r Isaac Gauguin goes Dutch painte Once again, he meets the Pouldu, where village of Le

1889

iti) Mataiea (Tah

‘savage’ reborn as a 1891–1893 a, Gauguin is a around Mataie with Tehamana, In the forests He moves in model and plays ing down a tree. becomes his while chopp n girl. She also writes after Noa, which he 13-year-old Tahitia in the book Noa role g the leadin business. Paris on family returning to

i Punaauia, Tahit

al for taken to hospit 1895–1901 he has to be ng at an easel in Tahiti, where fever. Standi He gets stuck injuries and in goes into syphilis, leg treatment for his father, Gaugu for him, so, like is not an option

Pont-Aven

1887–1888

Illness forces Gauguin to return to Paris, acquainted with where he becomes the Van Gogh brothers, are full of admiration Vincent and Theo, who for his work. During Aven, he paints the summer in PontThe Vision after the Sermon, later one of the most regarded as important works of Symbolism.

Arles

1888

In the autumn of 1888, he accepts Vincent van Gogh’s come and work invitation to with him at his artists’ colony in the South. This Arles, the Studio ends in disaster, of with Van Gogh and Gauguin catching cutting off his ear the train to Paris without visiting the patient.

Le Pouldu, Brittany

1889

Once again, Gauguin goes to Brittany, this time to the village of Le Pouldu, rugged where he meets the Dutch painter Isaac

Meijer de Haan. Together they paint the bar room at boarding house. their Meanwhile Gauguin contemplates a away from western life far civilisation.

Papeete (Tahiti)

1891

In the summer of 1891, Gauguin arrives in Papeete, French Polynesia. the capital of He soon has enough of living among colonials and moves the French to a village forty kilometres to the south.

Mataiea (Tahiti)

1891–1893

In the forests around Mataiea, Gauguin while chopping is reborn as a ‘savage’ down a tree. He moves in with Tehamana, 13-year-old Tahitian a girl. She also becomes the leading role his model and plays in the book Noa Noa, which he writes returning to Paris after on family business.

Concarneau, Brittany

1894

In Concarneau, Gauguin becomes involved his leg. When he is accused of plagiarism in a fight and breaks that he has had in the press, he enough. Gauguin decides leaves France for good.

Auckland, New

1895

Zealand

During a stopover on his way to Tahiti, Gauguin visits the Auckland Institute and Museum, where he sees some Maori He plans to travel onwards from Tahiti art. to the more remote Marquesas Islands so that he can study other Polynesian art.

Punaauia, Tahiti

1895–1901

He gets stuck in Tahiti, where he has to be taken treatment for syphilis, to hospital for leg injuries and fever. Standing is not an option at an easel for him, so, like his father, Gauguin goes into

s, he soon his critical article journalism. With . ce on the island serious nuisan

becomes a

uesas Islands Hiva Oa, Marq

travels to the in Tahiti and he in sells his house at Hiva Oa, where In 1901, Gaugu s. He goes ashore the village of Marquesas Island the middle of n du Jouir in has been paradise he builds his Maiso rs if this is the wonde He a. Atuon all his life. searching for

1901–1903

In The Gauguin Atlas, we not only follow Gauguin to all those places where he created his masterpieces, but also accompany him to the era in which he lived. A time when travelling by boat from Marseille to Tahiti was a journey of two months, when the Eiffel Tower had only recently been completed, and when it seemed to take an eternity for the monthly mail boat to arrive with longed-for letters from Paris – not to mention the payment for his paintings.

1887

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in the home years of his life Peru. He will

1849–1855

RE NÉ VAN BLERK AND NIENKE DENEK AM P, I N CO O PE RAT I ON WITH THE VAN GOG H M USEUM . Vincent van Gogh lived in an exciting era of history. So many things were changing, with new inventions coming along all the time. Thanks to the railway network, with its rapid expansion across Europe, it was possible for the post to be delivered quickly. In the year Vincent was born, you couldn’t even go on the train from the Netherlands to Brussels. But by the time he had grown up, it was easy to travel all the way to the south of France. Vincent did quite a lot of travelling, covering thousands of kilometres throughout four different countries. No matter where he was, he nearly always wrote to his brother Theo. And Theo kept everything Vincent sent him: letters, drawings and paintings. So it’s thanks to Theo, the postal system and to the railways that we now know so much about Vincent. With this book you can now follow Vincent van Gogh around Europe, to all the places where he lived and worked!

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journalism. With his critical articles, he soon becomes serious nuisance a on the island.

Hiva Oa, Marquesas

1901–1903

Islands

In 1901, Gauguin sells his house in Tahiti and travels Marquesas Islands. to the He goes ashore at Hiva Oa, where builds his Maison he du Jouir in the middle Atuona. He wonders of the village of if this is the paradise searching for all he has been his life.

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The Vincent van Gogh Atlas

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Lima

seven spends the first Don Pío, in Lima, Paul Gauguin his wealthy uncle, and family of Peru. homesick for always remain

Orléans

and at weather is cold difficult. The ge. return to France speak the langua He finds the s he doesn’t with a school in Orléan : running away the boarding His main hobby to sea. an outsider. decides to go He feels like age of 17, he his back. At the knapsack on

Denekamp Author: Nienke € 19,95 Retail price: around 160 Number of pages: Hardcover 19,5 x 25 cm Dimensions: 2018 tion: autumn Date of publica

1855–1866

The Gauguin

Paris

as a stockbroker in starts work He becomes of sailing, Gaugu n, Mette Gad. After five years buys s a Danish woma their work. He in Paris. He marrie painters and with Impressionist acquainted g. also starts paintin their art and

COPENHAGEN

1866–1884

W R IT T E N BY E N R I CO PA S SO N I IL LUST RAT E D BY TOMASSO VIDUS ROSIN LONDON

Pont-Aven

Pontoise

He teacher, lives. o, Gauguin’s in meets the painter Pissarr paint. Gaugu This is where come there to entire y painter to and spends invites the Sunda . ing Cézanne, too happy about in Pontoise, includ other artists Mette, is none which his wife, weekends there,

1879–1884

PARIS

Rue Carcel, Paris

gs s beautiful paintin than , Gauguin create in Rue Carcel time at his easel At their house he He spends more the children. t crash of 1882, of Mette and the stock marke exchange. After at the stock on his art. chooses to focus resigns and

1880–1884

Rouen

. move to Rouen leave Paris and , the Gauguins successful artist, To save money d to a not very her f now marrie She returns to Finding hersel had enough. s that she has her. Mette decide children with ark, taking the family in Denm

1884

Copenhagen

If anyone was ever a citizen of the world, it was the artist Paul Gauguin (1848–1903). At the tender age of one, he emigrated – together with his parents – from France to Peru, where he spent his childhood in paradise. For the rest of his life, he would always remain in search of paradise. As an adult, he sailed all the world’s oceans and stayed for shorter and longer periods of time in various places in France, Denmark, Panama, Martinique, New Zealand, Tahiti and Hiva Oa, a French-Polynesian island in the South Pacific. Martinique

Panama

Papeete

a , he tries to make Copenhagen to s his family. In work out. Much Gauguin follow This does not money lin salesman. get by on the living as a tarpau family has to the his in-laws, the lessons. ‘I hate the disdain of onal French He by giving occasi the people!’ Mette makes climate and his son Clovis. Gauguin, ‘the with writes ,’ Paris to Danes returns suicide and contemplates

1884–1885

Atlas

it was the artist of the world, ever a citizen age of one, he If anyone was At the tender to (1848– 1903). from France Paul Gauguin his parents – the rest together with paradise. For emigrated – childhood in of paradise. he spent his Peru, where s remain in search would alway s and stayed of his life, he the world’s ocean s places in he sailed all As an adult, s of time in variou longer period New Zealand, for shorter and Martinique, ark, Panama, island in the France, Denm -Polynesian Oa, a French Tahiti and Hiva in to all . South Pacific only follow Gaugu s, but also in Atlas, we not In The Gaugu d his masterpiece where he create A time when those places in which he lived. y him to the era was a journe accompany ille to Tahiti recently boat from Marse travelling by Tower had only an eternity s, when the Eiffel of two month seemed to take and when it longed-for letters been completed, to arrive with ngs. ly mail boat nt for his painti for the month n the payme not to mentio from Paris –

The Gauguin

Atlas

Dieppe

LIMA

Auckland

e town

to the seasid Gauguin moves er. with his sister, n come togeth Leaving Clovis Paris and Londo . artists from other artists of Dieppe, where ction with the make a conne He does not

1885

London

es n, where he becom a trip to Londo Paris, Gauguin makes ent. Back in From Dieppe, and Crafts movem ences a winter of with the Arts experi acquainted as a with Clovis, he pt. Together in finding work he is bankru he succeeds povert y. Finally ics studio. bitter cold and money at a ceram earns some and ter billpos

1885

Pont-Aven

known as an is already well of Pont-Aven for the first time in arrives there The Breton village even he unity when Gaugu house, which artists’ comm ec boarding at the Gloan area, but never in 1886. He stays ing in the local any meals at goes out sketch ’t have to miss can afford. He doesn he far, so that wanders too . house ing the board

EARLY 1886

Panama

longs to leave. He in soon wants and in Paris, Gaugu n civilisation Once he is back , far from wester tion. In the spring life in the tropics for a simple Industrial Revolu the are digging progress of the the relentless where the French n city of to Panama, in the huge wester of 1887, he moves arrives he as . As soon good choice Panama Canal. a was not a in realises Panam Gaugu Colón,

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Lima

1849–1855

Paul Gauguin spends the first seven years and family of his of his life in the wealthy uncle, Don home Pío, in Lima, Peru. always remain He will homesick for Peru.

TH

Martinique

Dimensions: 19,5 x 25 cm Date of publication: autumn 2018

Orléans

at the bay of and goes ashore ique. the boat back island of Martin Gauguin takes the Caribbean plantation. the capital of an old sugar Saint-Pierre, a straw hut on style. residence in change in his He takes up reveal a big he makes there The paintings

1855–1866

He finds the return to France difficult. The weather is the boarding school cold and at in Orléans he doesn’t He feels like an speak the language. outsider. His main hobby: running knapsack on his away with a back. At the age of 17, he decides to go to sea.

1887

Author: Nienke Denekamp Retail price: € 19,95 Number of pages: around 160

The Gauguin Atlas

After five years of sailing, Gauguin starts work as a in Paris. He marries stockbroker a Danish woman, Mette Gad. He becomes acquainted with Impressionist painters and their work. their art and also He buys starts painting.

If anyone was ever a citizen of the world, it was Paul Gauguin the artist (1848–1903). At the tender age emigrated – together of one, he with his parents – from France to Peru, where he spent his childhood in paradise. For of his life, he would the rest always remain in search of paradise. As an adult, he sailed all the world’s oceans and stayed for shorter and longer periods of time in various France, Denmark, places in Panama, Martinique, New Zealand, Tahiti and Hiva Oa, a French-Polynesian South Pacific. island in the In The Gauguin Atlas, we not only follow Gauguin those places where he created his masterpieces, to all accompany him but also to the era in which he lived. A time travelling by boat when from Marseille to Tahiti was a journey of two months, when the Eiffel Tower had only been completed, recently and when it seemed to take an eternity for the monthly mail boat to arrive with longed-for from Paris – not letters to mention the payment for his paintings.

Pontoise

1879–1884

This is where the painter Pissarro, Gauguin’s teacher, invites the Sunday lives. He painter to come there to paint. Gauguin other artists in Pontoise, including meets Cézanne, and spends weekends there, entire which his wife, Mette, is none too happy about.

COPENHAGEN LONDON Pont-Aven

Rue Carcel, Paris

PARIS

1880–1884

At their house in Rue Carcel, Gauguin creates beautiful of Mette and the paintings children. He spends more time at his at the stock exchange. easel than After the stock market crash of resigns and chooses 1882, he to focus on his art.

Rouen

1884

To save money, the Gauguins leave Paris and move Finding herself to Rouen. now married to a not very successful Mette decides that artist, she has had enough. family in Denmark, She returns to her taking the children with her.

Martinique Panama

The Gauguin Atlas

Copenhagen

1884–1885

Gauguin follows his family. In Copenhagen, living as a tarpaulin he tries to make a salesman. This does not work out. the disdain of his Much to in-laws, the family has to get by on Mette makes by the money giving occasional French lessons. Danes,’ writes Gauguin, ‘I hate the ‘the climate and contemplates suicide the people!’ He and returns to Paris with his son Clovis.

LIMA

Dieppe

1885

Leaving Clovis with his sister, Gauguin moves to the seaside of Dieppe, where artists from Paris town and London come He does not make together. a connection with the other artists.

London

1885

From Dieppe, Gauguin makes a trip to London, where acquainted with he becomes the Arts and Crafts movement. Back he is bankrupt. in Paris, Together with Clovis, he experiences bitter cold and a winter of poverty. Finally he succeeds in billposter and earns finding work as some money at a a ceramics studio.

Pont-Aven

EARLY 1886

The Breton village of Pont-Aven is already well known artists’ community as an when Gauguin arrives there for in 1886. He stays the first time at the Gloanec boarding house, can afford. He goes which even he out sketching in the local area, but wanders too far, never so that he doesn’t have to miss any the boarding house. meals at

Panama

1887

Once he is back in Paris, Gauguin soon wants to leave. for a simple life He longs in the tropics, far from western civilisation the relentless progress and of the Industrial Revolution. In the of 1887, he moves to Panama, where spring the French are Panama Canal. digging the As soon as he arrives in the huge western Colón, Gauguin realises Panama city of was not a good choice.

Martinique

1887

Gauguin takes the boat back and goes ashore at Saint-Pierre, the the bay of capital of the Caribbean He takes up residence island of Martinique. in a straw hut on The paintings he an old sugar plantation. makes there reveal a big change in his style.

Brittany Concarneau,

Pont-Aven

he becomes to Paris, where Theo, who Gauguin to return rs, Vincent and Illness forces Gogh brothe in Pontwith the Van the summer acquainted work. During ed as ation for his later regard the Sermon, are full of admir The Vision after lism. Aven, he paints works of Symbo tant impor one of the most

1887–1888

room at their paint the bar far Together they plates a life Meijer de Haan. Gauguin contem . Meanwhile boarding house n civilisation. away from wester

iti) Papeete (Tah

capital of Papeete, the in arrives in the French er of 1891, Gaugu of living among In the summ has enough sia. He soon tres to the south. forty kilome French Polyne moves to a village colonials and

1891

a fight and breaks es involved in he decides Gauguin becom in the press, In Concarneau, d of plagiarism for good. he is accuse in leaves France his leg. When enough. Gaugu that he has had

1894

Zealand Auckland, New

in visits the to Tahiti, Gaugu art. er on his way sees some Maori During a stopov m, where he te and Museu more remote Tahiti to the Auckland Institu onwards from Polynesian art. He plans to travel can study other s so that he Marquesas Island

1895

Arles

invitation to t van Gogh’s accepts Vincen Studio of in Arles, the n of 1888, he In the autum artists’ colony ear with him at his cutting off his come and work r, with Van Gogh the patient. ends in disaste without visiting the South. This train to Paris catching the and Gauguin

1888

any Le Pouldu, Britt

time to the rugged to Brittany, this r Isaac Gauguin goes Dutch painte Once again, he meets the Pouldu, where village of Le

1889

iti) Mataiea (Tah

‘savage’ reborn as a 1891–1893 a, Gauguin is a around Mataie with Tehamana, In the forests He moves in model and plays ing down a tree. becomes his while chopp n girl. She also writes after Noa, which he 13-year-old Tahitia in the book Noa role g the leadin business. Paris on family returning to

i Punaauia, Tahit

al for taken to hospit 1895–1901 he has to be ng at an easel in Tahiti, where fever. Standi He gets stuck injuries and in goes into syphilis, leg treatment for his father, Gaugu for him, so, like is not an option

Pont-Aven

1887–1888

Illness forces Gauguin to return to Paris, acquainted with where he becomes the Van Gogh brothers, are full of admiration Vincent and Theo, who for his work. During Aven, he paints the summer in PontThe Vision after the Sermon, later one of the most regarded as important works of Symbolism.

Arles

1888

In the autumn of 1888, he accepts Vincent van Gogh’s come and work invitation to with him at his artists’ colony in the South. This Arles, the Studio ends in disaster, of with Van Gogh and Gauguin catching cutting off his ear the train to Paris without visiting the patient.

Le Pouldu, Brittany

1889

Once again, Gauguin goes to Brittany, this time to the village of Le Pouldu, rugged where he meets the Dutch painter Isaac

Meijer de Haan. Together they paint the bar room at boarding house. their Meanwhile Gauguin contemplates a away from western life far civilisation.

Papeete (Tahiti)

1891

In the summer of 1891, Gauguin arrives in Papeete, French Polynesia. the capital of He soon has enough of living among colonials and moves the French to a village forty kilometres to the south.

Mataiea (Tahiti)

1891–1893

In the forests around Mataiea, Gauguin while chopping is reborn as a ‘savage’ down a tree. He moves in with Tehamana, 13-year-old Tahitian a girl. She also becomes the leading role his model and plays in the book Noa Noa, which he writes returning to Paris after on family business.

Concarneau, Brittany

1894

In Concarneau, Gauguin becomes involved his leg. When he is accused of plagiarism in a fight and breaks that he has had in the press, he enough. Gauguin decides leaves France for good.

Auckland, New

1895

Zealand

During a stopover on his way to Tahiti, Gauguin visits the Auckland Institute and Museum, where he sees some Maori He plans to travel onwards from Tahiti art. to the more remote Marquesas Islands so that he can study other Polynesian art.

Punaauia, Tahiti

1895–1901

He gets stuck in Tahiti, where he has to be taken treatment for syphilis, to hospital for leg injuries and fever. Standing is not an option at an easel for him, so, like his father, Gauguin goes into

s, he soon his critical article journalism. With . ce on the island serious nuisan

becomes a

uesas Islands Hiva Oa, Marq

travels to the in Tahiti and he in sells his house at Hiva Oa, where In 1901, Gaugu s. He goes ashore the village of Marquesas Island the middle of n du Jouir in has been paradise he builds his Maiso rs if this is the wonde He a. Atuon all his life. searching for

1901–1903

In The Gauguin Atlas, we not only follow Gauguin to all those places where he created his masterpieces, but also accompany him to the era in which he lived. A time when travelling by boat from Marseille to Tahiti was a journey of two months, when the Eiffel Tower had only recently been completed, and when it seemed to take an eternity for the monthly mail boat to arrive with longed-for letters from Paris – not to mention the payment for his paintings.

1887

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Sold to: China, Japan, Korea, UK/USA and Germany

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Pages: 160 Rights: worldwide Age: 12+

The gauguin atlas

in the home years of his life Peru. He will

1849–1855

RE NÉ VAN BLERK AND NIENKE DENEK AM P, I N CO O PE RAT I ON WITH THE VAN GOG H M USEUM . Vincent van Gogh lived in an exciting era of history. So many things were changing, with new inventions coming along all the time. Thanks to the railway network, with its rapid expansion across Europe, it was possible for the post to be delivered quickly. In the year Vincent was born, you couldn’t even go on the train from the Netherlands to Brussels. But by the time he had grown up, it was easy to travel all the way to the south of France. Vincent did quite a lot of travelling, covering thousands of kilometres throughout four different countries. No matter where he was, he nearly always wrote to his brother Theo. And Theo kept everything Vincent sent him: letters, drawings and paintings. So it’s thanks to Theo, the postal system and to the railways that we now know so much about Vincent. With this book you can now follow Vincent van Gogh around Europe, to all the places where he lived and worked!

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journalism. With his critical articles, he soon becomes serious nuisance a on the island.

Hiva Oa, Marquesas

1901–1903

Islands

In 1901, Gauguin sells his house in Tahiti and travels Marquesas Islands. to the He goes ashore at Hiva Oa, where builds his Maison he du Jouir in the middle Atuona. He wonders of the village of if this is the paradise searching for all he has been his life.

Pages: 64

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Chimp & Bunny are an adventurous couple. Together with their friends they visit all kinds of interesting places: a tennis court, the film set or a shop full of goodies. Join them and learn a lot of new words! With stickers to create your own world!

The first time Jonas sees the sea, he knows where he belongs. He want the sea to become his home. As a child he combs the beach, looking for items to build crazy installations that make him able to live under water. He learns from his mistakes and as he grows older his dive installations become more and more sophisticated, bringing him closer to his ultimate goal.

Based on the beautiful toys and accessories of the international brand ‘AnneClaire Petit’. Anne-Claire Petit - The world of Anne-Claire Petit is a happy world. With recognizable colour schemes and ‘feel good’ products, ranging from an extended animal family to baby toys, from deco objects to furniture and from cushions to wallets. In the turmoil of present times, Anne-Claire sees it as her personal goal to cherish traditional textile techniques by creating modern objects for contemporary homes.

But first there was a movie! Marlies van der Wel started in 2013 combing the Dutch beaches, looking for useful things. Meanwhile she spend countless hours writing and sketching for this beautiful animated short film. She uses a collage technique combining her characteristic artwork with items she found at the beach. The final frames were so beautiful that Rubinstein asked her to turn the film into this illustrated book.

The ACP collection is presently sold in hundreds of shops and department stores, in more than 40 countries around the world.

BOARD BOOK WITH STICKERS Pages: 80 Age: 4+

Pages: 80 Size: 285 x 235 mm oblong Age: 4+ Rights sold to China, Taiwan and Italy

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PICTURE BOOKS

PICTURE BOOKS

Chimp & Bunny

Jonas and the sea

ANNE-CLAIRE PETIT

W R IT T E N A ND IL LUST RAT E D BY MA R L I ES VA N DE R W E L

Chimp & Bunny are an adventurous couple. Together with their friends they visit all kinds of interesting places: a tennis court, the film set or a shop full of goodies. Join them and learn a lot of new words! With stickers to create your own world!

The first time Jonas sees the sea, he knows where he belongs. He want the sea to become his home. As a child he combs the beach, looking for items to build crazy installations that make him able to live under water. He learns from his mistakes and as he grows older his dive installations become more and more sophisticated, bringing him closer to his ultimate goal.

Based on the beautiful toys and accessories of the international brand ‘AnneClaire Petit’. Anne-Claire Petit - The world of Anne-Claire Petit is a happy world. With recognizable colour schemes and ‘feel good’ products, ranging from an extended animal family to baby toys, from deco objects to furniture and from cushions to wallets. In the turmoil of present times, Anne-Claire sees it as her personal goal to cherish traditional textile techniques by creating modern objects for contemporary homes.

But first there was a movie! Marlies van der Wel started in 2013 combing the Dutch beaches, looking for useful things. Meanwhile she spend countless hours writing and sketching for this beautiful animated short film. She uses a collage technique combining her characteristic artwork with items she found at the beach. The final frames were so beautiful that Rubinstein asked her to turn the film into this illustrated book.

The ACP collection is presently sold in hundreds of shops and department stores, in more than 40 countries around the world.

BOARD BOOK WITH STICKERS Pages: 80 Age: 4+

Pages: 80 Size: 285 x 235 mm oblong Age: 4+ Rights sold to China, Taiwan and Italy

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PICTURE BOOKS, ILLUSTRATED BY VERHULST (GROOTZUS)

PICTURE BOOKS BY ERIK KRIEK

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Dr Gerard Grimsby’s Infinite Cabinet of Creepy Creatures

FRANCIEN VERHULST has a company called Grootzus (Big Sister) where she designs postcards, wedding invitations, birth announcement cards. Her designs are far from ordinary as she is the master of making intelligent collage illustrations. She takes pieces of old illustrations, adds her own creativity and mixes into brand new sparkling artwork.

BY E R I K K R I E K Dr Gerard Grimsby has searched the whole world over for the creepiest creatures. Together with illustrator Erik Kriek he assembled all the monsters in a gallery. This book contains a great deal of the collection but it isn’t complete yet. You can make an infinite number of creepy creatures and make his collection more complete. Play around in this cabinet of creatures by making all these fun combinations!

Grootzus

Once you start to play with this clever mix-and-match book, you won’t be able to stop. By flipping the cut pages, readers can create more than 13,000 quirky characters, each accompanied by its own creepy description. So many combinations, so little time! Pages: 64 Age: 4+

The button store

An ordinary day

TJ IBBE V EL D K AM P I L LUSTRAT E D BY GROOTZUS

BY G R OOTZUS

One day there is a button shop in Kate’s street, with all possible buttons. Kate pushes a father-button. Then she will get a father who will make her mother happy and her too! At least, that is what the button maker promises… The popular Dutch author Tjibbe Veldkamp was born in 1962 and studied psychology. In 1990 he turned to writing children’s books; his first book, Een ober van niks, was published in 1992. Since then, he combines writing books with writing for the Dutch Donald Duck magazine. In 2009 he was awarded a Silver Griffel for Tiffany Dop, and in 2010 he was asked to write the prestigious Kinderboekenweekgeschenk.

Pages: 32 Age: 4+

An ordinary day is a picture book without words that tells the story about a boy and a mysterious animal thief. It’s just an ordinary day in the life of the boy; he wakes up, gets dressed, has breakfast and walks to school with his best friend. But what happens in the background of all these day to day regular activities? There is thief stealing animals; the rabbit, an elephant from the zoo, birds from the park, even plush animals! If you look carefully you will find out what his secret plan is… just like the boy and his friend will discover.

Pages: 32 Age: 4+

Mika, the bear that doesn’t want to sleep BY E R I K K R I E K When the seasons change and the Old Owl tells Mika about the Northern Light, Mika quickly runs home. He tells his mother: “Mama, I do not want to go to hibernation. I want to stay outside and watch the snow and the Northern Light!” Mama Bear tries to explain. But Mika is determined. In the middle of the night he sneaks out, in search for the Northern light.

Also available from this illustrator: Pages: 28 Age: 4+ sold to: UK/USA


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PICTURE BOOKS, ILLUSTRATED BY VERHULST (GROOTZUS)

PICTURE BOOKS BY ERIK KRIEK

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Dr Gerard Grimsby’s Infinite Cabinet of Creepy Creatures

FRANCIEN VERHULST has a company called Grootzus (Big Sister) where she designs postcards, wedding invitations, birth announcement cards. Her designs are far from ordinary as she is the master of making intelligent collage illustrations. She takes pieces of old illustrations, adds her own creativity and mixes into brand new sparkling artwork.

BY E R I K K R I E K Dr Gerard Grimsby has searched the whole world over for the creepiest creatures. Together with illustrator Erik Kriek he assembled all the monsters in a gallery. This book contains a great deal of the collection but it isn’t complete yet. You can make an infinite number of creepy creatures and make his collection more complete. Play around in this cabinet of creatures by making all these fun combinations!

Grootzus

Once you start to play with this clever mix-and-match book, you won’t be able to stop. By flipping the cut pages, readers can create more than 13,000 quirky characters, each accompanied by its own creepy description. So many combinations, so little time! Pages: 64 Age: 4+

The button store

An ordinary day

TJ IBBE V EL D K AM P I L LUSTRAT E D BY GROOTZUS

BY G R OOTZUS

One day there is a button shop in Kate’s street, with all possible buttons. Kate pushes a father-button. Then she will get a father who will make her mother happy and her too! At least, that is what the button maker promises… The popular Dutch author Tjibbe Veldkamp was born in 1962 and studied psychology. In 1990 he turned to writing children’s books; his first book, Een ober van niks, was published in 1992. Since then, he combines writing books with writing for the Dutch Donald Duck magazine. In 2009 he was awarded a Silver Griffel for Tiffany Dop, and in 2010 he was asked to write the prestigious Kinderboekenweekgeschenk.

Pages: 32 Age: 4+

An ordinary day is a picture book without words that tells the story about a boy and a mysterious animal thief. It’s just an ordinary day in the life of the boy; he wakes up, gets dressed, has breakfast and walks to school with his best friend. But what happens in the background of all these day to day regular activities? There is thief stealing animals; the rabbit, an elephant from the zoo, birds from the park, even plush animals! If you look carefully you will find out what his secret plan is… just like the boy and his friend will discover.

Pages: 32 Age: 4+

Mika, the bear that doesn’t want to sleep BY E R I K K R I E K When the seasons change and the Old Owl tells Mika about the Northern Light, Mika quickly runs home. He tells his mother: “Mama, I do not want to go to hibernation. I want to stay outside and watch the snow and the Northern Light!” Mama Bear tries to explain. But Mika is determined. In the middle of the night he sneaks out, in search for the Northern light.

Also available from this illustrator: Pages: 28 Age: 4+ sold to: UK/USA


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NEW PICTURE BOOKS

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the characters The characters, created by Belgian author and illustrator Leo Timmers, are a close-knit group of eccentrics who reflect a wide cross-section of society. Old and young mix happily, sharing their adventures and supporting each other along the way.

Lionels linnen Naar een idee van Leo Timmers

Ziggy and the Zootram CREATED BY LEO T I M M E RS Ziggy and the Zoo Tram is a 3D animated series for upper pre-schoolers (4-7 years). It’s about a group of animals who live in a small zoo and who have a very special secret. They go home at night! Every afternoon when the zoo closes, Ziggy the Australian freshwater crocodile and his friends Miss Emily the elephant, Lionel the lion, and the others, put on their clothes, unlock the doors of their enclosures, and get on the tram.

De ontsnapte tram Naar een idee van Leo Timmers

The tram carries them out of the zoo, across land and sea, to their village, nestled in a secluded crater on a remote island. Here they return to their own houses – each designed to reflect the personality of its owner – and live in freedom. The following morning, they gather at the tram station, greet each other, and board the tram. Everyone squeezes in to make room, and they settle down for the trip to the zoo. But on every trip – and sometimes before they even leave the crater – something unexpected happens to turn the journey into a hilarious adventure…

Ziggy, 9, is our hero. A freshwater croc is a funny, friendly little fellow who gets along with everyone. Lionel is an elderly male lion in a safari suit who comes from the African savannah. He’s very proper and correct, unfailingly polite, and always on time. Miss Emily is an elderly elephant from India and carries an enormous handbag in which she can find almost anything, from peppermints to roller-skates, and from a thimble to a pair of bagpipes. Flora comes from the Caribbean and lives in a stilt house on the lake. Like many teenage girls, she has a passion for fashion. Her most treasured possession is her mobile phone, and she’s always using it to listen to music, take photos and – when absolutely necessary! – talk to Brian. Brian, like many teenage boys, is crazy about sports and whenever there is the opportunity, he likes to have a kickabout or shoot a few hoops. Bunbury, the kindly old tram driver and station master. He lives above the tram station, and wears a blue uniform which is slightly too small and sometimes streaked with oil. Bunbury loves the tram. The other characters are Tony the tucan from New York. Short on height, long on talking. Shackleton, Amy and Scotty are pinguins from Antarctica, like any youngsters, they are easily bored and always getting into trouble. If there are delays en route to the Zoo, these three playful penguins are often the cause.

Picture book - Lionel’s outfit - The escaped tram - Pages: 32 Age: 4+ To be published: November 2017


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NEW PICTURE BOOKS

NEW PICTURE BOOKS

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the characters The characters, created by Belgian author and illustrator Leo Timmers, are a close-knit group of eccentrics who reflect a wide cross-section of society. Old and young mix happily, sharing their adventures and supporting each other along the way.

Lionels linnen Naar een idee van Leo Timmers

Ziggy and the Zootram CREATED BY LEO T I M M E RS Ziggy and the Zoo Tram is a 3D animated series for upper pre-schoolers (4-7 years). It’s about a group of animals who live in a small zoo and who have a very special secret. They go home at night! Every afternoon when the zoo closes, Ziggy the Australian freshwater crocodile and his friends Miss Emily the elephant, Lionel the lion, and the others, put on their clothes, unlock the doors of their enclosures, and get on the tram.

De ontsnapte tram Naar een idee van Leo Timmers

The tram carries them out of the zoo, across land and sea, to their village, nestled in a secluded crater on a remote island. Here they return to their own houses – each designed to reflect the personality of its owner – and live in freedom. The following morning, they gather at the tram station, greet each other, and board the tram. Everyone squeezes in to make room, and they settle down for the trip to the zoo. But on every trip – and sometimes before they even leave the crater – something unexpected happens to turn the journey into a hilarious adventure…

Ziggy, 9, is our hero. A freshwater croc is a funny, friendly little fellow who gets along with everyone. Lionel is an elderly male lion in a safari suit who comes from the African savannah. He’s very proper and correct, unfailingly polite, and always on time. Miss Emily is an elderly elephant from India and carries an enormous handbag in which she can find almost anything, from peppermints to roller-skates, and from a thimble to a pair of bagpipes. Flora comes from the Caribbean and lives in a stilt house on the lake. Like many teenage girls, she has a passion for fashion. Her most treasured possession is her mobile phone, and she’s always using it to listen to music, take photos and – when absolutely necessary! – talk to Brian. Brian, like many teenage boys, is crazy about sports and whenever there is the opportunity, he likes to have a kickabout or shoot a few hoops. Bunbury, the kindly old tram driver and station master. He lives above the tram station, and wears a blue uniform which is slightly too small and sometimes streaked with oil. Bunbury loves the tram. The other characters are Tony the tucan from New York. Short on height, long on talking. Shackleton, Amy and Scotty are pinguins from Antarctica, like any youngsters, they are easily bored and always getting into trouble. If there are delays en route to the Zoo, these three playful penguins are often the cause.

Picture book - Lionel’s outfit - The escaped tram - Pages: 32 Age: 4+ To be published: November 2017


Golden series From the best Dutch authors & illustrators

A beautiful place

Pim & Pom, Cat ways Wrien by Mies Bouhuys, illustrated by Fiep Westendorp

One day Sheep and Pig enter the great wide world. They are looking for a lovely place to build a home. Then they see Rabbit. Sheep says: ‘Let us ask him. With the three of us it is much more fun.’ More friends join.

This charming book contains 26 lile rhymes describing the typical naughty tomfoolery things cats do. Illustrated by one of the best known Dutch illustrators Fiep Westendorp.

mia’s nest

Sophia and the lion Wrien and illustrated by Angela Pelaez

Look, this is Mia. ‘Quick, get dressed, wash you face and hands. And don’t forget your hair’ mom says. Mia brushes her hair, but all those tangles… She tries again, but it hurts. And well, that lile mountain on her head; it looks kind of funny.

Sophia has one friend; a strong lion! Where she is, he is. In the end he helps Sofia gain confidence.

Mouse on the beach

From spring till winter

where is mo?

Wrien by Hans van der Voort, illustrated by Fiep Westendorp

Wrien by Toon Tellegen, illustrated by Jan Jue

Mouse is enjoying a day at the beach, just like lile children do on a beautiful summer day. But this picture book is wrien and drawn from a mouse’ perspective.

A gorgeous picture book about the four seasons. The illustration in this happy songbook are from the most famous Dutch illustrator ever; Fiep Westendorp.

Is Mo at school? Is Mo in the swimming pool? Or with grandpa and grandma? In the zoo or on the moon? No she is not… But Mo has to be somewhere…

Vincent and Camille

Woody and Bluey

While Feda sleeps

party time

This books is a beautiful way to teach children about impressionism and about the life of Vincent van Gogh.

Woody lives in a painting by Karel Appel. Then he meets Bluey. Together they discover where all those people come from and why they look at them! In collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

On the shelf above Feda’s bed there are three puppets: a duck, a rabbit and a mouse. In the middle of the night, with Feda sound asleep, they have marvelous adventures.

In a child’s life many parties occur: birthdays, Christmas or Eastern. Rhymes combined with amazingly funny illustrations.

Wrien and illustrated by Thé Tjong-Khing

Wrien and illustrated by Angela Pelaez & Mina Wieman

Xing Ya and Wu Wen are staying over Wrien by Jet Bakels, illustrated by Thé Tjong-Khing

A picknick in Fable World Wrien by Leen Valkenier, illustrated by Eliane Gerrits

In this wonderful book the king invites Xing Ya, a shy lile panda to visit the Netherlands. He wants to the bring his girlfriend along, but she is afraid of travelling.

Newspaper cat, where were you?

Wrien by Nienke Denekamp, illustrated by Peter Pontiac The Newspaper cat is baffled, nobody is working! This way there will be no newspaper tomorrow. Outraged she decides to find the news herself!

Wrien by René van Blerk, illustrated by Wouter Tulp

Daily Fables was a very important television series for children. In 1968 the first episode in the Netherlands was broadcasted. We’re celebrating 40 years with a book about all the main characters going out for a picknick.

Wrien and illustrated by Peter Pontiac

Wrien and illustrated by Joke van Leeuwen

Wrien by Toon Tellegen, illustrated by Gerda Dendooven

Wrien by Hans Vervoort, illustrated by Fiep Westendorp


Golden series From the best Dutch authors & illustrators

A beautiful place

Pim & Pom, Cat ways Wrien by Mies Bouhuys, illustrated by Fiep Westendorp

One day Sheep and Pig enter the great wide world. They are looking for a lovely place to build a home. Then they see Rabbit. Sheep says: ‘Let us ask him. With the three of us it is much more fun.’ More friends join.

This charming book contains 26 lile rhymes describing the typical naughty tomfoolery things cats do. Illustrated by one of the best known Dutch illustrators Fiep Westendorp.

mia’s nest

Sophia and the lion Wrien and illustrated by Angela Pelaez

Look, this is Mia. ‘Quick, get dressed, wash you face and hands. And don’t forget your hair’ mom says. Mia brushes her hair, but all those tangles… She tries again, but it hurts. And well, that lile mountain on her head; it looks kind of funny.

Sophia has one friend; a strong lion! Where she is, he is. In the end he helps Sofia gain confidence.

Mouse on the beach

From spring till winter

where is mo?

Wrien by Hans van der Voort, illustrated by Fiep Westendorp

Wrien by Toon Tellegen, illustrated by Jan Jue

Mouse is enjoying a day at the beach, just like lile children do on a beautiful summer day. But this picture book is wrien and drawn from a mouse’ perspective.

A gorgeous picture book about the four seasons. The illustration in this happy songbook are from the most famous Dutch illustrator ever; Fiep Westendorp.

Is Mo at school? Is Mo in the swimming pool? Or with grandpa and grandma? In the zoo or on the moon? No she is not… But Mo has to be somewhere…

Vincent and Camille

Woody and Bluey

While Feda sleeps

party time

This books is a beautiful way to teach children about impressionism and about the life of Vincent van Gogh.

Woody lives in a painting by Karel Appel. Then he meets Bluey. Together they discover where all those people come from and why they look at them! In collaboration with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

On the shelf above Feda’s bed there are three puppets: a duck, a rabbit and a mouse. In the middle of the night, with Feda sound asleep, they have marvelous adventures.

In a child’s life many parties occur: birthdays, Christmas or Eastern. Rhymes combined with amazingly funny illustrations.

Wrien and illustrated by Thé Tjong-Khing

Wrien and illustrated by Angela Pelaez & Mina Wieman

Xing Ya and Wu Wen are staying over Wrien by Jet Bakels, illustrated by Thé Tjong-Khing

A picknick in Fable World Wrien by Leen Valkenier, illustrated by Eliane Gerrits

In this wonderful book the king invites Xing Ya, a shy lile panda to visit the Netherlands. He wants to the bring his girlfriend along, but she is afraid of travelling.

Newspaper cat, where were you?

Wrien by Nienke Denekamp, illustrated by Peter Pontiac The Newspaper cat is baffled, nobody is working! This way there will be no newspaper tomorrow. Outraged she decides to find the news herself!

Wrien by René van Blerk, illustrated by Wouter Tulp

Daily Fables was a very important television series for children. In 1968 the first episode in the Netherlands was broadcasted. We’re celebrating 40 years with a book about all the main characters going out for a picknick.

Wrien and illustrated by Peter Pontiac

Wrien and illustrated by Joke van Leeuwen

Wrien by Toon Tellegen, illustrated by Gerda Dendooven

Wrien by Hans Vervoort, illustrated by Fiep Westendorp


Golden series From the best Dutch authors & illustrators

Lucy’s nightmares

Wrien and illustrated by Loes Riphagen Lucy is a cute girl that is being teased by nightmares. When she finally falls asleep scary monsters wake her up again. She tried everything, really everything, but they keep on coming. At a certain night she develops a plan. A clever plan! No monster can beat that.

Sammie is LOST!

the lost suitcase Wrien by Sjoerd Kuyper, illustrated by Charlote Dematons Do you see that lile girl with the doll? Her lovely lile suitcase has got lost somewhere! Can you spot her suitcase? Oh no! There’s a very, very big, supersized suitcase right on top of it!

Just like Anne

Wrien and illustrated by Emanuel Wiemans

Wrien by Uggbert, illustrated by Ingrid Robers

Sophie cannot find her boyfriend Sammie. Sammie was at grandma’s house and le her with an enormous chaos. Sophie goes out and sees that Sammie has also turned the neighbor’s place into a mess. Will she find him in time?

Anne Frank lived in a world where the rulers had forgoen about laughter and joy and love. Instead, there was darkness, anger, and war. Just like Anne, millions of mothers, fathers, daughters and sons were killed simply because some people did not like them.

Tom Puss and Mr. Bumble’s gift

THE BUTTON STORE

Wrien by Sjoerd Kuyper, illustrated by Henrieke Goorhuis This Lile Golden Book is dedicated to the most famous comic duo of the Netherlands Tom Puss, the cat and Mr. Oliver B. Bumble, the bear.

Wrien by Tjibbe Veldkamp, illustrated by Grootzus One day there is a buon shop in Kate’s street, with all possible buons. Kate pushes a fatherbuon. Then she will get a father who will make her mother happy and her too! At least, that is what the buon maker promises…

Ivy Ivory

Peter Penguins idea

Wrien and illustrated by Marion Bloem

Wrien by Frans Lasès, illustrated Tom Schamp

In Ivy Ivory we look at the world from the perspective of a baby tooth. We get to know a lile girl and her habits, through Ivy her fronth tooth. When the lile girl Marnie starts to teeth, Ivy has to say goodbye to her closest friend.

It’s a Monday morning when the boss of the supermarket pops a question to his staff. “Suppose the supermarket has to close down. What would you do with this space?”.

Will IS GONE!

DIPPERDEEDARN!

Wrien and illustrated by Rogier Boon

Wrien by Paul Arnoldussen, illustrated by Gertie Jaquet

Will has a brand new red tricycle and he wants to go to Spain with it. Of he goes, through the city, into the countryside. But his parents do not know anything about all this. They are very worried. Will is gone!!

Lile boy Rikkie is being asked to take care of the cat of his auntie, while she’s on a trip to Paris. He can pick up fresh food at the butchers every day. But the cats seem to mulitply. What’s going on?

Hank the Tanker saves a whale

Don’t touch that can, Dan!

Wrien and illustrated by Harmen van Straaten

Wrien and illustrated by Harmen van Straaten

Hank the Supertanker wakes up from a strange sound. It seems like somebody is crying for help. It turns out to be a baby whale that lost his mother. Hank will help!

Today is the new supermarket will be opened by the mayor! In the meantime our Dan is roaming about the new supermarket touching everything he can!

A furry feathery Christmas

Ganzelot goes to the Market

Christmas has nearly arrived. Fox, hedgehog, ermine and rabbit go into the forest to find a Christmas tree but the birds that live in the forest, can’t quite agree with their intentions…

Look, there goes Ganzelot on his way to the market. His sisters have laid many eggs which he will now sell. It is autumn and the Goose family want to go on holiday...

Wrien by Nienke Denekamp, illustrated by Raoul Deleo

Wrien by Rindert Kromhout, illustrated by Annemarie van Haeringen


Golden series From the best Dutch authors & illustrators

Lucy’s nightmares

Wrien and illustrated by Loes Riphagen Lucy is a cute girl that is being teased by nightmares. When she finally falls asleep scary monsters wake her up again. She tried everything, really everything, but they keep on coming. At a certain night she develops a plan. A clever plan! No monster can beat that.

Sammie is LOST!

the lost suitcase Wrien by Sjoerd Kuyper, illustrated by Charlote Dematons Do you see that lile girl with the doll? Her lovely lile suitcase has got lost somewhere! Can you spot her suitcase? Oh no! There’s a very, very big, supersized suitcase right on top of it!

Just like Anne

Wrien and illustrated by Emanuel Wiemans

Wrien by Uggbert, illustrated by Ingrid Robers

Sophie cannot find her boyfriend Sammie. Sammie was at grandma’s house and le her with an enormous chaos. Sophie goes out and sees that Sammie has also turned the neighbor’s place into a mess. Will she find him in time?

Anne Frank lived in a world where the rulers had forgoen about laughter and joy and love. Instead, there was darkness, anger, and war. Just like Anne, millions of mothers, fathers, daughters and sons were killed simply because some people did not like them.

Tom Puss and Mr. Bumble’s gift

THE BUTTON STORE

Wrien by Sjoerd Kuyper, illustrated by Henrieke Goorhuis This Lile Golden Book is dedicated to the most famous comic duo of the Netherlands Tom Puss, the cat and Mr. Oliver B. Bumble, the bear.

Wrien by Tjibbe Veldkamp, illustrated by Grootzus One day there is a buon shop in Kate’s street, with all possible buons. Kate pushes a fatherbuon. Then she will get a father who will make her mother happy and her too! At least, that is what the buon maker promises…

Ivy Ivory

Peter Penguins idea

Wrien and illustrated by Marion Bloem

Wrien by Frans Lasès, illustrated Tom Schamp

In Ivy Ivory we look at the world from the perspective of a baby tooth. We get to know a lile girl and her habits, through Ivy her fronth tooth. When the lile girl Marnie starts to teeth, Ivy has to say goodbye to her closest friend.

It’s a Monday morning when the boss of the supermarket pops a question to his staff. “Suppose the supermarket has to close down. What would you do with this space?”.

Will IS GONE!

DIPPERDEEDARN!

Wrien and illustrated by Rogier Boon

Wrien by Paul Arnoldussen, illustrated by Gertie Jaquet

Will has a brand new red tricycle and he wants to go to Spain with it. Of he goes, through the city, into the countryside. But his parents do not know anything about all this. They are very worried. Will is gone!!

Lile boy Rikkie is being asked to take care of the cat of his auntie, while she’s on a trip to Paris. He can pick up fresh food at the butchers every day. But the cats seem to mulitply. What’s going on?

Hank the Tanker saves a whale

Don’t touch that can, Dan!

Wrien and illustrated by Harmen van Straaten

Wrien and illustrated by Harmen van Straaten

Hank the Supertanker wakes up from a strange sound. It seems like somebody is crying for help. It turns out to be a baby whale that lost his mother. Hank will help!

Today is the new supermarket will be opened by the mayor! In the meantime our Dan is roaming about the new supermarket touching everything he can!

A furry feathery Christmas

Ganzelot goes to the Market

Christmas has nearly arrived. Fox, hedgehog, ermine and rabbit go into the forest to find a Christmas tree but the birds that live in the forest, can’t quite agree with their intentions…

Look, there goes Ganzelot on his way to the market. His sisters have laid many eggs which he will now sell. It is autumn and the Goose family want to go on holiday...

Wrien by Nienke Denekamp, illustrated by Raoul Deleo

Wrien by Rindert Kromhout, illustrated by Annemarie van Haeringen


Arno and the beautiful day Wrien and illustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg

Arno and his rabbit ME128

阿诺爱画画

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Arno has a shiny new football from his father. Too good to play. One aernoon he decides to go out to play with the ball. Other kids want to play with him en of course the ball. But first they needed a goal, according to Arno. Together they go looking for a goal.

The adventurous travels of Joep, Pera and Pim

Wrien and illustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg

Farm on wheels

Wrien & illustrated by Clarisse van Veen

Wrien & illustrated by Clarisse van Veen

Arno tries to draw his rabbit, but his pet will not cooperate. It jumps out of the window. Arno looks around. Will the rabbit return?

上架建议:图画书

The second picture book, The adventurous travels of Joep, Pera and Pim full of enchanting illustrations was lauded for the pictures made by Clarisse van Veen.

Farm on wheels is about a boy that dreams of becoming a farmer. He plays with lile farm animals on wheels. Now and then the milkman takes him to the farm. One day, he doesn’t come home.

mia’s nest

Sophia and the lion

Wrien and illustrated by Angela Pelaez & Mina Wieman

Wrien and illustrated by Angela Pelaez

Look, this is Mia. ‘Quick, get dressed, wash you face and hands. And don’t forget your hair’ mom says. Mia brushes her hair, but all those tangles… She tries again, but it hurts. And well, that lile mountain on her head; it looks kind of funny.

Sophia has one friend; a strong lion! Where she is, he is. In the end he helps Sofia gain confidence.

定价:34.80 元

Arno and the special day

Arno’s kite

Wrien and illustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg

ME127

Wrien and illustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg

zijn mandje, soezend in het zonnetje. En dan gebeurt het…

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定价:34.80 元

een bootje en dobbert hij rond. Of poes Milo wordt besnuffeld door een hond en rent weg zo hard hij kan,

klimt de eerste de beste boom in en blijft daar een tijdje… Een tijdje? Een heel jaar!

Arno is spending the weekend at a campground, anxiously awaiting the arrival of his dad. He tries to fly his new kite but can’t seem to get it up into the air. The family who own the campground agree to help out, with near disastrous results. Fortunately, his father comes along at just the right moment, and saves the day.

De droomreizen van poes Milo bevat drie losse verhalen,

著 \ ·绘

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上架建议:图画书

boven de stad zweeft. Of plots is zijn warme mandje

getekend in zwart/wit met subtiele steunkleuren. Het boek

〔荷〕伊冯娜·雅克腾伯格

〔荷〕伊冯娜·雅克腾伯格

〔荷〕伊冯娜·雅克腾伯格/著·绘   赵  博/译

De ene keer wordt Milo wakker op een wolkje dat hoog

is een genot om voor te lezen aan kinderen, maar zal ook de volwassen poezenliefhebber niet onberoerd laten.

De Blinkende Boekjes blinken uit door hun bijzondere verhalen, geschreven door getalenteerde schrijvers. De tekeningen in de boekjes zijn gemaakt door illustratoren van over de hele wereld. Zoveel moois verdient een vrolijk glimmend randje! Daar wordt de wereld een beetje mooier van.

上架建议:图画书

定价:34.80 元

ISBN 9789047619284

Wrien and illustrated by Harmen van Straaten

wim pijbes rijks museum

Wim Pijbes

rijks museum 09-12-14 10:53

eizen van De droomr

Poes Milo A N G E L A

P E L A E Z -VA R G A S

© 2015 Uitgeverij Rubinstein bv, Amsterdam | www.rubinstein.nl

OMSLAG De Droomreizen van Poes Milo f.indd 1-3

The sweetest kisses

DE DROOMREIZEN VAN POES MILO

放风筝

阿诺放风筝

阿诺去上学

The first book about Arno. I’ts Arno’s first day at a new school and he’s none too thrilled about it. Fortunately, things seem a whole lot beer aer his stellar performance as the wolf opposite a gloriously timid Lile Red Riding Hood.

去上学

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Poes Milo valt nog wel eens in slaap. Hij dommelt weg in

ME129

〔荷〕伊冯娜·雅克腾伯格/著·绘    赵  博/译

ABC

ijbes rites. um etails,

picture books

a beautiful day

Droom maar

Poes Milo A N G E L A

P E L A E Z -VA R G A S

14-07-15 16:16

Glenn Granade

Wrien by René van Blerk illustrated by Erik Kriek

Wrien by Rob van Olm illustrated by Emanuel Wiemans

A truely lovely book about kisses in all sorts and ways. The wet one from your aunt, the sweet hug from your mom, a friendship kiss from the girl you secretly love. A colourful, warm hearted book for children, from 0 till 99! Also a suitable Valentine gi book!

Edvard sleeps. He has been painting all day, because he is an artist and always at work. Now he lies in bed, under a thick striped blanket. Outside it’s cold and dark, but inside Edvard dreams... of a beautiful day.

The gnome general (out of service) Glenn Granade decides to go to bale against the bullies of the human boy Thomas, because he remembers that bullying hurts.

rijksmuseum ABC Concept Wim Pijbes

The Rijksmuseum Story Book

left or right?

Rijksmuseum director Wim Pijbes made a personal choice from their own collection, from apple to zoo. So children at an early age can make acquaintance with famous works from the Rijksmuseum in 26 appealing detailed photographs. The special and stylish design is by Irma Boom.

25 Dutch authors were asked to write a story inspired by their favourite painting from the Rijksmuseum. So 25 famous and less famous painting, among which of course The Nightwatch and The Milk Maid, are shown in this literally big book.

Wrien and iIllustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg A magnificent book about ‘I don’t know creatures’ learning the difference between le and right. And guess what? This simple concept gets them back on track... Suddenly they DO know!

The Hanseatic travel of Terence

Wrien by Marije van der Sande Illustrated by Jan van Well It’s 1370 and the 12 year old orphan Terence becomes the youngest crewmember on a freightship. The ship is bound for Bergen (Norway). Four young sales apprentices are headed to the Hanza School in Bergen.

The Fantastic Max from Mars

Wrien and illustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg A book about a daredevil. An adventurer. A dreamer. A special boy from Mars. Max oen feels different from other kids. Loving excitement and not afraid of authority, he does everything his own way.


Arno and the beautiful day Wrien and illustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg

Arno and his rabbit ME128

阿诺爱画画

爱画画 〔荷〕伊冯娜·雅克腾伯格/著·绘    赵  博/译

〔荷〕伊冯娜·雅克腾伯格 著 \ ·绘 赵 博 译 \

Arno has a shiny new football from his father. Too good to play. One aernoon he decides to go out to play with the ball. Other kids want to play with him en of course the ball. But first they needed a goal, according to Arno. Together they go looking for a goal.

The adventurous travels of Joep, Pera and Pim

Wrien and illustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg

Farm on wheels

Wrien & illustrated by Clarisse van Veen

Wrien & illustrated by Clarisse van Veen

Arno tries to draw his rabbit, but his pet will not cooperate. It jumps out of the window. Arno looks around. Will the rabbit return?

上架建议:图画书

The second picture book, The adventurous travels of Joep, Pera and Pim full of enchanting illustrations was lauded for the pictures made by Clarisse van Veen.

Farm on wheels is about a boy that dreams of becoming a farmer. He plays with lile farm animals on wheels. Now and then the milkman takes him to the farm. One day, he doesn’t come home.

mia’s nest

Sophia and the lion

Wrien and illustrated by Angela Pelaez & Mina Wieman

Wrien and illustrated by Angela Pelaez

Look, this is Mia. ‘Quick, get dressed, wash you face and hands. And don’t forget your hair’ mom says. Mia brushes her hair, but all those tangles… She tries again, but it hurts. And well, that lile mountain on her head; it looks kind of funny.

Sophia has one friend; a strong lion! Where she is, he is. In the end he helps Sofia gain confidence.

定价:34.80 元

Arno and the special day

Arno’s kite

Wrien and illustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg

ME127

Wrien and illustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg

zijn mandje, soezend in het zonnetje. En dan gebeurt het…

赵 博

赵 博

译 \

译 \

定价:34.80 元

een bootje en dobbert hij rond. Of poes Milo wordt besnuffeld door een hond en rent weg zo hard hij kan,

klimt de eerste de beste boom in en blijft daar een tijdje… Een tijdje? Een heel jaar!

Arno is spending the weekend at a campground, anxiously awaiting the arrival of his dad. He tries to fly his new kite but can’t seem to get it up into the air. The family who own the campground agree to help out, with near disastrous results. Fortunately, his father comes along at just the right moment, and saves the day.

De droomreizen van poes Milo bevat drie losse verhalen,

著 \ ·绘

著 \ ·绘

上架建议:图画书

boven de stad zweeft. Of plots is zijn warme mandje

getekend in zwart/wit met subtiele steunkleuren. Het boek

〔荷〕伊冯娜·雅克腾伯格

〔荷〕伊冯娜·雅克腾伯格

〔荷〕伊冯娜·雅克腾伯格/著·绘   赵  博/译

De ene keer wordt Milo wakker op een wolkje dat hoog

is een genot om voor te lezen aan kinderen, maar zal ook de volwassen poezenliefhebber niet onberoerd laten.

De Blinkende Boekjes blinken uit door hun bijzondere verhalen, geschreven door getalenteerde schrijvers. De tekeningen in de boekjes zijn gemaakt door illustratoren van over de hele wereld. Zoveel moois verdient een vrolijk glimmend randje! Daar wordt de wereld een beetje mooier van.

上架建议:图画书

定价:34.80 元

ISBN 9789047619284

Wrien and illustrated by Harmen van Straaten

wim pijbes rijks museum

Wim Pijbes

rijks museum 09-12-14 10:53

eizen van De droomr

Poes Milo A N G E L A

P E L A E Z -VA R G A S

© 2015 Uitgeverij Rubinstein bv, Amsterdam | www.rubinstein.nl

OMSLAG De Droomreizen van Poes Milo f.indd 1-3

The sweetest kisses

DE DROOMREIZEN VAN POES MILO

放风筝

阿诺放风筝

阿诺去上学

The first book about Arno. I’ts Arno’s first day at a new school and he’s none too thrilled about it. Fortunately, things seem a whole lot beer aer his stellar performance as the wolf opposite a gloriously timid Lile Red Riding Hood.

去上学

m

Poes Milo valt nog wel eens in slaap. Hij dommelt weg in

ME129

〔荷〕伊冯娜·雅克腾伯格/著·绘    赵  博/译

ABC

ijbes rites. um etails,

picture books

a beautiful day

Droom maar

Poes Milo A N G E L A

P E L A E Z -VA R G A S

14-07-15 16:16

Glenn Granade

Wrien by René van Blerk illustrated by Erik Kriek

Wrien by Rob van Olm illustrated by Emanuel Wiemans

A truely lovely book about kisses in all sorts and ways. The wet one from your aunt, the sweet hug from your mom, a friendship kiss from the girl you secretly love. A colourful, warm hearted book for children, from 0 till 99! Also a suitable Valentine gi book!

Edvard sleeps. He has been painting all day, because he is an artist and always at work. Now he lies in bed, under a thick striped blanket. Outside it’s cold and dark, but inside Edvard dreams... of a beautiful day.

The gnome general (out of service) Glenn Granade decides to go to bale against the bullies of the human boy Thomas, because he remembers that bullying hurts.

rijksmuseum ABC Concept Wim Pijbes

The Rijksmuseum Story Book

left or right?

Rijksmuseum director Wim Pijbes made a personal choice from their own collection, from apple to zoo. So children at an early age can make acquaintance with famous works from the Rijksmuseum in 26 appealing detailed photographs. The special and stylish design is by Irma Boom.

25 Dutch authors were asked to write a story inspired by their favourite painting from the Rijksmuseum. So 25 famous and less famous painting, among which of course The Nightwatch and The Milk Maid, are shown in this literally big book.

Wrien and iIllustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg A magnificent book about ‘I don’t know creatures’ learning the difference between le and right. And guess what? This simple concept gets them back on track... Suddenly they DO know!

The Hanseatic travel of Terence

Wrien by Marije van der Sande Illustrated by Jan van Well It’s 1370 and the 12 year old orphan Terence becomes the youngest crewmember on a freightship. The ship is bound for Bergen (Norway). Four young sales apprentices are headed to the Hanza School in Bergen.

The Fantastic Max from Mars

Wrien and illustrated by Yvonne Jagtenberg A book about a daredevil. An adventurer. A dreamer. A special boy from Mars. Max oen feels different from other kids. Loving excitement and not afraid of authority, he does everything his own way.


For more information or sample copies, please contact: RUBINSTEIN PUBLISHING Mascha de Vries - publisher / manager foreign rights mascha@rubinstein.nl Dik Broekman - publisher / director dik@rubinstein.nl Adrienne Hak - licensing director adrienne@rubinstein.nl Mara Joustra - editor / foreign rights mara@rubinstein.nl Prinseneiland 43 1013 LL Amsterdam The Netherlands Tel: +31 20 4200772 www.rubinstein.nl www.goudenboekjes.nl www.hetmuizenhuis.nl Graphical design: Villa Grafica Illustration cover: Emanuel Wiemans Back cover: Medy Oberendorff

Foreign rights catalogus 2018  

Foreign rights Rubinstein Publishing

Foreign rights catalogus 2018  

Foreign rights Rubinstein Publishing

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