Sammy is eight years old and to her horror she has just learned that her family will soon be moving away from London. The thought of leaving beloved friends and grandparents behind feels like a disaster! Sammy also doesn’t want to think about meeting new people and going to a new school. It all seems very scary! Fortunately, Aunt Nova shows up to tell Sammy a helpful story. It is about Maggy, who has to move to a distant country. The readers are slowly but surely drawn into the world of Maggy along with Sammy. A few surprises await at the end. This story begins with an energetic “no”. But will it end with a convinced “yes”? What does a child in London have in common with the city of Dresden and Canada?
What does a magician have to do with a snowstorm in Jordis Tumby’s exciting children’s book “Of Bears at Fridges, Drinking Planes and Cinderella’s Shoe”? How is it possible to sleep with whales in the same room but not get wet? Readers will find the answer to these questions – and more – in this fun, adventurous, but also enlightening story about facing the fear of the foreign and change. The book is available as a fully illustrated hardcover, which is now available at a lower price, and as a paperback (with only three illustrations). There is also a German version, which is perfect for young learners of the German language.
“Of Bears at Fridges, Drinking Planes and Cinderella’s Shoe” by Jordis Tumby is now available from tredition or can be ordered through retail using ISBN 978-3-347-20496-6. tredition assists young and unknown authors with publishing their own books, but also cooperates with publishers and publishing houses. tredition publishes books in print and digital formats, distributes locally and online, and actively markets all titles.
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