Little Hare, Matt Bear and their friends have decided to turn their backs on the forest and to emigrate to Majorca. Downstream they go, sailing with their raft, towards the sea and adventures unknown. Andrea Hensgen’s new „Little Hare“ novel is another clever, gripping story about courage, cowardice and the true price of friendship.
With great sympathy Little Hare’s second adventure tells us about the tribulations of growing up, and how it often involves taking painful decisions and responsibilities.
Poulette, who wants to get away from her home, asks Little Hare and his friends for a ride on their raft. But this time Matt Bear, to whom Little Hare owes his own freedom, refuses to give her shelter. So in order to help Poulette Little Hare has no choice but to take control of the raft himself. But he finds to his dismay that the other animal kids are not willing to accept him as their captain.Download the factsheet with all specifications
The Sheriff is dead! And Little Hare, of all animals, is supposed to be the one who shot the wicked villain. The forest echos with cheers, and Little Hare is ...
Whether you look at Grimm’s Fairy Tales or even go back as far as Rabelais, there is no dearth of things that live a life of their own, be they ...
Andrea Hensgen , born in 1959, studied German, political science and sociology and worked as a lecturer in literary studies. She has been a freelance writer since 1994, and has had several books published, among them "Darf ich bleiben, wenn ich leise bin" which is a firm favourite with the reading public. Andrea Hensgen lives in Freiburg.
Aljoscha Blau, born in Leningrad in 1972, has lived in Germany since 1990. He studied graphics and illustration, specializing in children’s books and books for adolescents. His numerous awards include the Bologna Ragazzi Award, the Troisdorfer Kinderbuchpreis and (twice!) the German Youth Literature Award. He lives in Berlin with his family.
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