by Jaan Rannap
64 pages, soft cover
Nublu, a homeless dog, half basset and half hound, finds friends among firefighters. The book for younger school age speaks about Nublu who becomes a fully qualified firefighter-dog through little failures and heroic deeds. The book is illustrated by Piret Mildeberg.
Four Mornings and One Evening
by Jaanus Vaiksoo
52 pages, soft cover
Five stories about Joonas, a small first-grader boy, his elder brother Harri and her sister Inger. The stories contain pleasant and simple schoolhumour and a little bit of more serious side of life. An easful reading for everybody in a family with many juvenile kids. Pictures are drawn by Ilmar Trull.
by Aino Pervik
40 pages, soft cover
11 stories about "inner life" of cars. Easfully written stories telling us how a car may be a friend to her mistress and how the car helps other cars. As cars have a personality of their own they may also make their own decisions now and then. Children will learn for instance how the cars used to city rush help an elk lost in a city to find his way back to forest. The book is meant for kids 7-9 years of age but is also suitable for reading to even smaller children. The illustrations are by Piret Mildeberg.
Ossum-Possum, The Pancake Creature
by Veiko Belials
128 pages, soft cover
A fantastic, merry story of a girl Laula who together with Ossum-Possum the Pancake Creature seeks adventures in the land of Underbed and meets its marvellous and slightly odd residents. Ingenious play on words and pleasant humour make the book an enjoyable reading also for the adults.
I say that I know
by Riina Paatsi
48 pages, soft cover
A creativity book. A child completing the tasks gets the feeling that it is right to solve the tasks just the way he/she has decided to do it. It helps children to get over their fears of doing things in a wrong way.
Design and layout by Anne Linnamägi, drawings by Piia Maiste.