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Our motto at Clavis Publishing is "we make children's dreams come true!". We believe that our books stimulate the imagination and dreams of the future generations. If children can realize their dreams, they will build a better world and a better future. We're convinced that the world of tomorrow will resemble the dreams of today's children.

New Year, New Books!

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New Year, New Books!

Whitley Clavis

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Clavis Publishing wishes you all the best in the New Year! We have some exciting new titles coming up, so let’s take a look at our Spring 2019 list!


Pub date: Feb 2019

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The Boy and the Egg - written by Ellen DeLange & illustrated by Martina Heiduczek

A boy finds an abandoned egg
and decides to take care of it.
He wonders what is growing inside.
Could it be the friend he has in mind?

A sweet story about caring
and dealing with expectations.
For children ages 4 and up,
and for everyone who’s curious!


Pub date: March 2019

My Mommy and Me - by Liesbet Slegers

What do you love to do with your mommy?
There are so many things you can do together!
Will you come and take a look?

A cheerful book with flaps that make animals
appear in a surprising way.
For toddlers ages 18 months and up,
with a focus on the child’s emotions.

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My Daddy and Me - by Liesbet Slegers

What do you love to do with your daddy?
There are so many things you can do together!
Will you come and take a look?

A cheerful book with flaps that make animals
appear in a surprising way.
For toddlers ages 18 months and up,
with a focus on the child’s emotions.

What a Nice Car! - by Anita Bijsterbosch

Mouse found a car on the side of the road.
Who does it belong to?
Mouse is joined by many animal friends
and together they head out to find the car’s owner.

A funny story about owning and sharing.
For children ages 3 years and up.

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Pub date: April 2019

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Little Bear Wants to Grow - written by Judith Koppens & illustrated by Suzanne Diederen

Little Bear wants to grow.
He asks Neighbor Bear, Grandma Bear,
and Uncle Bear for advice.
They all have wonderful tips.
But nothing seems to work . . .
Luckily, Mommy Bear and Daddy Bear
know what to do.

An amusing book about growing a little
bit, and about lots of big hugs.
For toddlers ages 30 months and up.

A Kiss for Giraffe - written by Judith Koppens & illustrated by Suzanne Diederen

Giraffe and Piggy are best friends.
Piggy wants to give Giraffe a kiss,
but Giraffe is too tall.
What will Piggy do?

An endearing and simple story about friendship.
For toddlers ages 30 and up,
with a focus on the child’s emotions.

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Pub date: May 2019

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Bedtime - by Guido Van Genechten

Everyone has a bedtime routine.
Penguin wants to play in the snow.
Little Turtle has to use the potty.
What does Victor want to do before bed?
What do you want to do?

A cheerful and colorful go-to-bed book.
For little snorers ages 24 months and up,
with the daily life of the child as the theme.

Hide and Seek, Little Chameleon - by Anita Bijsterbosch

Little Chameleon loves to play hide-and-seek.
He knows a few special hiding tricks.
Will you help look for Little Chameleon?

A cheerful seek-and-find book filled with colors,
numbers, and animal friends.
For toddlers ages 30 months and up,
with a focus on the child’s language development.

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Sammy in the Summer - by Anita Bijsterbosch

It’s summer.
Sammy and Hob
are going to have
a fun-filled day under the sun.

A book with half pages that hide and
reveal how Sammy and his little horse
Hob discover summer.
For toddlers ages 30 months and up,
with a focus on the child’s world.

When I Look Up -written by Ellen DeLange & illustrated by Jenny Meilihove

What do you see when you look up?
Where does your imagination take you?
What do you wish for?

A story about dreaming of beautiful
things, and about being happy with what you’ve got.
For sky gazers ages 5 years and up.

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Pub date: June 2019

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The Big Five - written by Bella Makatini & illustrated by Judi Abbot

Danny is spending the week with his
grandpa. Grandpa has a painting of
five animals.
“Those are the big five,” says Grandpa,
“the most famous animals from my
homeland.” Grandpa tells Danny about one animal each day.

A playful and informative story about wild animals and about the love between a child and a grandparent.
For animal lovers ages 3 and up.

That’s for Babies - written by Jackie Azua Kramer & illustrated by Lisa Brandenburg

Prunella wakes up on the morning of her birthday and announces, “I’m a big kid now.” She doesn’t want to do any of the things she usually loves. “That’s for babies,” she announces over and over again. Even her favorite doll is abandoned. But what happens when a big kid gets scared during the night?

A story about growing up, for little kids and big kids ages 5 years and up.

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To Catch an Elephant - by Vanessa Westgate

“If you want to catch an elephant, first you must find out where elephants live . . .” So begins this tale of a boy and his quest for a pet elephant. But maybe catching an elephant isn’t as simple as it sounds . . .

A delightful and compassionate story for elephant lovers ages 4 years and up.


Pub date: August 2019

Sweet Dreams, Zaza - by Mylo Freeman

Zaza is almost ready to go to sleep . . . But first, she wishes all of her animal friends good night.

A perfect story to read at bedtime, or anytime! For ages 24 months and up.

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Fall with Lily and Milo - by Pauline Oud

Fall is here! Lily and Milo go exploring in the woods. They see a hedgehog, nuts, apples, mushrooms, and lots of colored leaves. The woods are so pretty in fall! Milo wants to take everything home.

A simple and interactive story about the woods in the fall. For toddlers ages 24 months and up, with a focus on the child’s world.