What awaits the pirate monkeys as they sail to Titus Tentakel’s treasure island? Vampire Draculino finds new friends at a costume party, and Witch Holterpolter confuses the ingredients for a cough syrup – with fatal consequences. And the Little Friends experience new adventures every day in Kindergarten.

But why is it so important to read aloud stories to children from an early age? Listening to stories stimulates the imagination and creativity, expands the vocabulary, promotes language development, and provides a feeling of security. 

Our read-aloud stories primarily are about one thing: they are a lot of fun – and in fact both for the young listeners and the grownup readers.