Lotte and the Moonstone Secret
One night, two strangers sneak into Gadgetville. They are searching for three stones brought along by Klaus the rover on his last journey. One stone was left with Klaus, the other two with his travelling companions. Realising that the stones hide a secret, Lotte and Klaus go to collect the remaining stones. When Klaus falls ill unexpectedly, Lotte continues the journey alone. It soon transpires that the secret of the stones is greater than Lotte and Klaus had imagined.
The book is based on the cartoon Lotte and the Moonstone Secret by Janno Põldma and Heiki Ernits.
Lotte’s Journey South
The little tired bird Pippo is left behind when a flock of birds flies south. Lotte decides to take Pippo south herself. They set off with her father Oskar and the old rover dog Klaus in the flying machine invented by Oskar. The travellers will meet many exciting adventures.
The book is based on the cartoon Lotte’s Journey South by Janno Põldma and Heiki Ernits.
Lotte from Gadgetville
Somewhere in Europe, next to a great sea, there is the village of Gadgetville, where inventing all kinds of useful gadgets for the home is highly valued. Every year, the villagers hold a competition of new inventions. One of the most famous inventors in the village is Oskar, father of the lively puppy girl Lotte. His main rival is Adalbert the hare, whose wife also participates in the competition wholeheartedly. Winning would be important for the family and would be a great honour for the entire hare clan. On the eve of another inventions competition, Lotte and her friend, Bruno the kitten find a sodden book in the sea. Susumu the Bee, a gardener from the far-away Japan, climbs out of the book.
Susumu teaches the villagers some judo moves before the competition and they eagerly begin using them to make their everyday lives easier. The villagers think that when it comes to household chores, judo may be even more helpful than complicated and stubborn machines.
The book is based on the cartoon Lotte from Gadgetville by Janno Põldma and Heiki Ernits.