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Pitched Titles

Curtain up for book titles ready for promising translations! Our pitching sessions aim at connecting key partners of translation projects: Publishers in the region Asia-Pacific and in German speaking countries as well as translators. Just browse through book titles that have been pitched in one of our sessions – and find a match for your publishing program. We are happy to provide you with more details and to connect you.

Pitched Titles

Curtain up for book titles ready for promising translations! Our pitching sessions aim at connecting key partners of translation projects: Publishers in the region Asia-Pacific and in German speaking countries as well as translators. Just browse through book titles that have been pitched in one of our sessions – and find a match for your publishing program. We are happy to provide you with more details and to connect you.

Pitched Titles

Curtain up for book titles ready for promising translations! Our pitching sessions aim at connecting key partners of translation projects: Publishers in the region Asia-Pacific and in German speaking countries as well as translators. Just browse through book titles that have been pitched in one of our sessions – and find a match for your publishing program. We are happy to provide you with more details and to connect you.

Book cover

Nachtschattenwald

by : Kathrin Tordasi

2021

Fischer Kinder- und Jugendbuch Verlag

Description

English title: Nightshade Forest
ISBN: 978-3-7373-5812-5 
368 pages
Age 10+

About the Book:
Twelve-year-old Finn lives with his parents in the second half of the 21st century. Nature has reclaimed the world after an imminent collapse; the cities are overgrown and mostly abandoned. The (few!) remaining people live in precarious but stubbornly optimistic peace with nature which will overgrow any path you just cleared again within hours. The most important rule in this world is: Never go into the forest after nightfall. There, the mysterious Moonwalker is lurking, and it takes with it anyone who breaks the rules by being outside at night. According to legend, it brings people to its lair and puts them into an everlasting sleep.
When Finn was six years old, he followed a butterfly deep into the forest and was surprised by nightfall there. His older sister Hannah managed to find and hide him, thus saving him from the Moonwalker. But since then, Hannah has been lost without a trace.

About the Author:
Kathrin Tordasi was born near Stuttgart and grew up with the books by Astrid Lindgren, Michael Ende and
Kenneth Grahame. She has lived in Berlin since 2012.
Her debut novel “Brombeerfuchs” immediately sold in several languages, including English. Kathrin Tordasi
prefers to write in cafes and to spend her free time either by the sea or on her green urban jungle balcony.

For further information please feel free to contact:
Esther Mallm 
E-Mail: [email protected]
Rights Manager / Foreign Rights
S. Fischer Verlage
Hedderichstraße 114, 60596 Frankfurt am Main
Tel.: +49(0)69-6062-429, Fax: +49 (0)69-6062-370

Website S. Fischer Verlage: www.fischerverlage.de