Lotta Discovers the World: In the Spring
Lotta entdeckt die Welt: Im FrühlingView all books in the series
- Lotta encounters a variety of baby animals. A charming read-aloud story that brings spring into children’s rooms.
- Lovely series with a special concept
- The combination of photographs and illustrations offers many details to explore
- Already 70.000 copies sold of the series
ContentOh, isn’t spring lovely! Lotta marvels at the little foal in the field, helps Grandma plant vegetables in the garden and discovers a bird’s nest. This first read-aloud story invites children 18 months and over to accompany Lotta on a beautiful spring day. A remarkable combination of photos and illustrations brings this fascinating world into children’s rooms and makes for a very special picture book experience.
About the SeriesThe combination of photos and cheerful color illustrations makes for a very special picture book experience. Numerous small images are hidden in the photos, kindling a spirit of exploration and offering many impulses for conversations. Children will be inspired to explore the setting – in the book as well as in real life.
The AuthorSandra Grimm began her career as an editor and is now a freelance author. Her background as a certified teacher offers a sound basis for her books for children and teenagers. She has three young children with whom she can test all her fun ideas.
The IllustratorKatja Senner studied communcations and has worked as an independent illustrator since her graduation. Her illustrations have been published in numerous books by a number of publishers. She loves painting and extensive walks through the woods.
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