The Adventures of Esteisi and Pimiento

Esteisi has to face the ridicule of her sisters and the mean girls in class. The author is carried away by the overflowing imagination of Esteisi, a six-year-old girl who, with her fantastic ideas and the support of her faithful friend Pimiento, a talking pony, pushes the idiom “drastic times call for drastic measures” to…

The Inkberg Enigma

Miro and Zia live in Aurora, a fishing town nestled in the shadow of a mysterious castle. Miro lives in the world of books; Zia is never without her camera. The day they meet, they stumble on a secret. With Zia determined to discover more, a reluctant Miro is pulled into a real-life adventure. The…

Chubby

The bulimia had begun when she was fifteen and not feeling very comfortable with her body, which goes back to her early childhood in the countryside. The fact that ‘being good’ is connected to food as far as her family is concerned, is a principle that she had caught on to early on. The rest…

Miller & Pynchon

Three meters, seventy-five centimetres water level – that is reality: The inner concept of the heroes Miller and Pynchon is that of an ordered world, their task: its possible mapping into the measured number. For both the melancholic Pynchon and the ballsy Miller, these abstract numbers represent the cohesion of their personal existence and provide…

Man at Mars

He is the first man on Mars, his only real company a tortoise called Darwin. And if it is even possible to speak of fulfilling tasks, these would consist of observing Mars rock – a thoroughly monotonous activity – and, an obligation of the mission’s sponsors, running a gas station. But soon enough, the most…

Melin

Melin had actually been looking forward to school. And it wasn’t noticeable at the beginning, because everyone makes mistakes then. It was only noticed a little later, when the kids were all a bit older. No matter how hard Melin tried: whether a word is written with i or ie, with h or without h,…

Heart Storm – Storm Heart

This love story starts at both ends of the book … and the happy ending is in the middle! Viola is in love with Storm and Storm is in love with Viola. Their hearts are both in turmoil but neither one of them has the slightest idea how the other is doing. Doubts rob them…

Pssst!

Who Am I, Really? An enchanting poetic diary in cartoon style Viola—no longer a child, but not yet an adult—ponders life’s big and small questions. Her thoughts and emotions evolve around friendship and the fear of being ostracised. Around the trouble with her family, love and the support that comes with it. Around boys, looks…