Age 12

304 pages

138 x 220 mm


Michael Ende


An uncanny company of "grey gentlemen" is making more and more people save time. But they are really cheating the people of the time they have saved and everyone is getting colder and lifeless. When the world finally seems entirely to belong to these "grey gentlemen" Master Hora, the "time administrator", decides to intervene, but to do so he needs the help of a human child – Momo, the dishevelled little heroine of the story, who, with nothing but a flower in her hand and a turtle under her arm, struggles all by herself against the vast hordes of "grey gentlemen" – and is wondrously victorious.

Sold to:
Spain (Basque), Portugal, Bulgaria, Spain (Catalan), China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Spain (Galician), Greece, Israel (Hebrew), Hungary, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Korea, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Sri Lanka (Sinhala), Spain (Spanish), Sweden, Thailand, Turkey, Vietnam, South Africa (Afrikaans), Estonia, Georgia, Iceland, Latvia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Macedonia, Albania, Mongolia, Syria, Taiwan, USA , Iran (Farsi), Jordan, Aserbaidschan

More about: