Children's book «Levken in den Wolken» - Matabooks

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  • Children's book made from grass paper
  • From 5 years
  • hardcover
  • German
  • 21×26×1cm
  • 32 pages
  • Mineral oil-free organic printing ink
  • Vegan

One day, Levken decides to let a colorful umbrella carry him up into the clouds where dreams live. There Levken encounters strange dream creatures and encourages them to have courage and self-confidence. On this adventure, Levken not only makes many new friends, but also learns that you can be brave in the real world too. With enchanting illustrations, this book creates worlds to dream into. Through Levken's experiences, children learn that they too can show courage and be themselves.

This children's book for ages 5 and up is made from 100% grass paper.

Format: 21 × 26 × 1 cm
32 pages
Grammage: 205 gsm
Artist: Sarah Opitz

Grass paper (from the Swabian Alb, is harvested by hay farmers, sun-dried and finally processed into grass paper). Up to 50% grass fiber content, fresh fiber content from FSC-certified forests.
perfect binding
Eco inks
Reduced pollutants and vegan

Matabooks ensures fair and social working conditions in all areas of the company, and we also support projects with a similar focus. We donate a portion of the proceeds from every book sold to charitable organizations. We also enable particularly creative young people to publish their creations and work on Matabooks. All of our products have recycled components and are themselves recyclable!


Matabooks is a young company from Germany. They are the first publisher to offer vegan novels and notebooks made from grass paper. They manufacture their products in a particularly sustainable and fair manner.
The books are biodegradable and are mostly made by hand.

Due to the naturally low lignin content in grass, no chemicals are used in production. In addition, the products are free of animal ingredients, such as bone meal in bookbinder's glue or animal dyes in printer's ink.

The raw material grass is available in sufficient quantities as a natural product in Germany. As a result, transport distances between the harvest and the paper mill are short - on average only 100 km. This reduces CO2 consumption by up to 75%.