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Martin and his friends prepare for the end of the school term and the coming Christmas holiday, but they are all in for surprises, sadness, trouble, and a secret that will change... Read more
Erich Kastner, writer, poet and journalist, was born in Dresden in 1899. His first children's book, Emil and the Detectives, was published in 1929 and has since sold millions of copies around the world and been translated into around 60 languages. After the Nazis took power in Germany, Kastner's books were burnt and he was excluded from the writers' guild. He won many awards, including the prestigious Hans Christian Andersen Award in 1960. He died in 1974.
'Password Emil!'Emil is excited to be taking the train on his own for the first time. Emil will just have to keep his wits about him and his money in his pocket. But Emil falls asleep and when he wakes up the man in the bowler hat is gone - and so is the money! Emil is determined to get it back.
Emil darf zum ersten Mal alleine nach Berlin fahren, wo ihn seine Großmutter und Cousine bereits erwarten. Doch Emil ist nicht im Zug. Während sich die beiden noch überlegen, was sie tun sollen, ist Emil bereits auf einer wilden Verfolgungsjagd quer durch die fremde Stadt - auf den Spuren des Diebes, der ihm im Zug sein ganzes Geld gestohlen hat. Zum Glück bekommt Emil bald Unterstützung von...
'Password Emil!'Emil and the detectives are on holiday by the seaside when they meet the three Byrons. When Emil and the detectives discover that the father is planning to desert poor Jackie they are determined to come to the rescue but not before they've been cast away on a desert island...
Emil is robbed on his first real railway journey of money entrusted to him by his hard-working mother for the relatives he is to stay with in Berlin. A gang of boys about his own age come to his aid, and a thrilling adventure full of surprises ensues as they use their wits to devise a wonderfully simple but practical trick to capture the thief.
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