Volume 1: 'The Mystery of the Red Knight <takes readers to the largest festival of the Middle Ages, the Mainz hope with 1184th The book brings the lives of people close to the time: at the castle as well as in the convent, the bustle of the market as well as in the tournament. Volume 2: answer> treasure hunters in the Caribbean <Questions to the exciting world of sunken treasures: Where to find the most wrecks? Who can search for it? Who owns the finds?. Volume 3: "The Mammoth on the trail <offers a glimpse into the ice age and their living conditions. We learn what it was like to be a child in the Ice Age, hunter-gatherers to grow up - and a mammoth to kill. Volume 4: 'A Date with cello <played on the riding and includes a wealth of information and tips about horses and how to deal with such an animal. Volume 6: "The casket of Pharaoh <takes readers to ancient Egypt and explains what is going on with pharaohs and hieroglyphics on the cult of the dead. Volume 7: 'Pirates of Sylt <play in the 15th Century and is on life at sea during the heyday of the Hanseatic one - of course not to report without the famous North Sea pirate Klaus and his Störtebeker Likedeeler. Volume 8: 'dragon boats before Vinland' is an adventure from the Viking period and takes the reader on an adventurous voyage across the great ocean, to Vinland. Volume 12: "The cabin boy of the Santa Maria <accompanied Christopher Columbus on his voyage of discovery and leaves the reader from the perspective of a young boy witnessed first hand how felt like life on the ship of the great explorer. Volume 15:> Bone robbery of the Orinoco <In bone robbery of the Orinoco, the reader embarks on a journey with Alexander von Humboldt and discovers exciting things about the great scientist and his discoveries in South America. AS: Our young readers gather like what they like and to happily include books and I think also applies to the publishers: They collect topics and ideas for interesting stories that they provide then the more attractive to readers and as a new "collector's items "offer. AS: Our 'tiger eyes' - type books are adventure stories with lots of pictures (diagrams, blueprints, elevations), the factual information and thus complement the text playfully with knowledge. AS: The idea of ??developing a new line is being built near us when we have a lot of new the finished mystery book ideas that span a random theme and a reading age (or have even suggested it!). dtv junior, last fall with> <dtv girl, started a series specifically for girls - is> dtv junior tiger eye 'now the equivalent for boys?. AS: No, because then the books would have to yes> dtv boy <hot . . But, joking aside, of course, the> dtv junior Tiger eyes' series is aimed primarily at boys, which we also want to offer cool looking books with exciting stories. AS: The basic idea was to develop adventure stories for 9-year-old, which are designed to read as boys do: they provide an interesting history to browse, but also wise information on the subject of the book. Our goal, of course, to entice the boys to read. AS: The naming process was the most difficult. From the name depended on his face, the whole cover design. Many people were involved in the naming process. The colleagues from various departments of the publishing house, our proofreaders (the target group!), But also our graphic designer, Ralph Bittner, has thought a lot and helped us significantly. RB: A new series takes a unique, memorable and as short names. Finally, other information such as title and author appear on the envelope. AS: One very significant! Because one wants to touch the books and look like. The covers are designed to look cool but also show clearly what is at stake in the book!. RB: The design should be original and striking, so they are good at highlighting all the other the finished mystery book series. Finally, decide the appearance of a the finished mystery book on whether it makes you curious and if anyone wants to read it. RB: The number graphic design, so all the elements of the volumes are to decorate, must not be unduly small, otherwise it would distract too much from the other elements such as illustrations and the title. It will rather provide a framework in which the other elements are highlighted well. The series therefore needs a logo, a> <character is where they now clearly recognized. That was worse on the 'tiger eyes especially exciting because I could seek inclusions me crucial in finding the series name and immediately think in pictures. So one ponders about what might bring "excitement, fun and knowledge" expressed both in words and in pictures, or better in graphics. After numerous proposals, we concluded that a very abstract concept would be most appropriate. I've considered what row name could contain all the required areas and can also be implemented graphically appealing as eye-catching logo. First you look at looks like a large cat's eye actually. The tiger eye and skin structure had in the first step stylized accordingly, thus simplified in order to achieve the maximum graphic impact. RB: A number of boys the excitement and adventure includes should appear mysterious. A dark blue is like a lurking in the dark and observed large cat that is ready to jump for the adventure. To give the series the special mysterious whistle, was the blue in the pressure as a shimmering metallic foil imprint realized and emphasized the tiger's eye by a plastic embossing. But you can see and feel first, and if you take the finished books in hand. . . .