Ludwig the Space Dog by Henning Lohlein


Ludwig the Space Dog by Henning Lohlein

Ludwig is a small dog who lives in a book with his friends. Everything in their world is made of paper. Ludwig loves to read about different galaxies and planets, but how can he ever leave his book world to see the real universe? He tries everything he can think of to fly away and go exporing, but nothing works. And then something from another dimension crashes onto Ludwig's page ...Put on your 3D glasses and watch the world of Ludwig and his friends - both close to home and far away - come alive.

About the Author

Henning Lohlein (Author, Illustrator) After growing up in Germany, Henning spent three years studying in the South of France, under palmtrees by the sea, before he came on a study exchange to Bristol, where he discovered illustration and finished his BA, followed by a MA in illustration. Since then he has been illustrating all sorts of stories for newspapers and magazines, from the financial Times and the Guardian to Country Life. Then his animals he drew in those magazines needed to have more space, and he started illustrating children's books. He has now illustrated more than 30 books, which have been published in more than 10 countries.

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32 pages


Henning Lohlein
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Publication date

8th September 2016



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