A witch named Ursula lives in the forest where she performs her magic. When her magic tricks go wrong, she is known to become very angry. Moral: Throughout the story the reader realizes that we are responsible for our own mistakes.
Tina and Tom are peers and neighbours, who play on different sides of the same fence because of their social differences. But then one day, Tina doesn’t come out to play anymore ... Moral: It’s not important the status you possess, all that
Once upon a time a little bee named Anna ﬂew in the bee kingdom. Anna had a big secret, which she kept hidden until the day when she was preparing a beverage for the Queen bee. Inside the picture book you can also find a recipe on how to make chocolate
A sly fox Lena cleverly tricks her friends to assume a very important position in the forest council. But one day her slyness leaves her in the lurch. Moral: This story tells the reader that it is not worth to look for shortcuts at the expense of other
Goose Betty does not want to accept the fact that she needs glasses, but because her bad vision hinders her in everyday work and games, she reluctantly agrees to wear them. It turns out that the world is completely different with her glasses on. Moral:
Little plastic bag encounters many problems at her birth. She quickly forgets about them after she is brought to the shop where she feels great. Her long journey begins when a family uses her to put fruit in her. Moral: The story educates the reader th
Kate enthusiastically embarks on a delicious pizza that her mother made. While eating, many machines in her body start to work. They carefully process each and every morsel and forward it to different parts of the body. Moral: The story wants to show t
A squirrel and a hedgehog fight over a hazelnut. But where two fight over a thing, it is the third one that gets everything. Moral: Children learn from the story that problems cannot be solved by mutual accusations.