Our new children’s mystery is releasedWe are pleased to present our new children’s book to you!The orphan Martin comes to Johannes Gutenberg’s workshop as an apprentice to work under top-secret conditions on the invention of the book printing process. But soon things are stolen from the workshop which pose great danger to the business. When Martin becomes a suspect of this theft himself, he decides to try to find the real thieves. Can the neighbour’s daughter Klara help him? Or is she working with the thieves?This thrilling story about Martin and Klara leads the reader directly into Gutenberg’s 15th century workshop where the printing press invention was made that changed the world.Regine Koelpin and Gitta Edelmann. Johannes Gutenberg und die verschwundenen Lettern. A historic Children’s Mystery. Paperback, 240 pages. Illustrated by Juno Sommer. Gutenberg Foundation 2019.
Gutenberg for Kids offers on 52 pages all aspects of Gutenbergs inventions and the age of the late Middle Ages he lived in.The guide is suitable for kids from 9 years and older. At the end of each chapter the young readers can improve their knowlwedge in funny quizzes. A detailed glossary explains all the unknown terms. Available in German, English and French. Paperback, 52 pages, Gutenberg-Museum 2014.
Martin und Lena describes a fascinating story about exploring the city Mainz.Theresia Bongarth: Martin und Lena. Skelette, Engel und ein Schmetterling. Auf Entdeckungsreise im Mainzer Dom. Paperback, 80 pages, Verlag Bonewitz 2010. German edition.