Wolfi the musketeer
I have been at the book presentation of Richard Oehmann's new book "WOLFI THE MUSKETEER"
Wolfi (which is the short form of Wolfgang a pretty common name here in german speaking countries) and his talking Horse-Zebra named "Hebra" (Pfebra in german) have been instructed by their king Achmet to sell misprinted holy picture cards and they are not quite successful in the beginning. Sandra the Pfebra wants to do good business and Wolfi wants to be celebrated by the people as a musketeer. One after another they get closer and start singing together. Great adventures ahead they travel through their king's country...
Richard Oehmann wrote a wonderful story with self-illustrated drawings. The book comes with a CD from the band "Cafe Unterzucker", containing great and funny songs of the two strange adventures heros.
Wolfi the musketeer is a multimedia reading experience for the whole family (sadly only in german!)
Thank you Mister Oehmann, a real pearl throughout the children and adult literature.
Published by August Dreesbach Verlag (Der kleine August).
[© Photos: Frl. Pfeiffer | Book August Dreesbach Verlag]