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Hümmler, Holm Gero : Fakt und Vorurteil : Kommunikation mit Esoterikern, Fanatikern und Verschwörungsgläubigen /

“Beim Kaffeetrinken mit der Familie wird Ihnen energetisiertes Wasser angeboten. Auf Twitter diskutieren Sie mit Impfgegnern. Die WhatsApp-Kitagruppe diskutiert Sternzeichen, die Apotheke verkauft Ihnen Globuli, die Nachbarin missioniert für ihren Guru und die Nachrichten beschäftigen sich schon wieder mit Demonstrationen von Rechtsextremen.

Überall begegnen Ihnen Verschwörungsmythen, Aberglaube, Esoterik, Pseudowissenschaften und Co. und Sie möchten darauf reagieren – dabei möglichst sachlich bleiben, Ihren Standpunkt klarstellen, Fakten liefern, aber auch nicht unnötig provozieren oder überladen. Außerdem möchten Sie Ihr Gegenüber nicht verletzen, aber zum Umdenken anregen. Doch wie gelingt das?Wenn Sie sich diese Frage stellen, lesen Sie „Fakt und Vorurteil“. Verstehen Sie, warum wir von Emotionen gesteuert sind und die meisten Informationen an uns abprallen. Lesen Sie Erfahrungen und Tipps aus Interviews mit professionellen (Wissenschafts-)Kommunikatoren. Verfolgen Sie dann unterschiedliche Personen durch ihre eigenen Umdenkprozesse: Was überzeugt einen Alternativmediziner davon, nichtevidenzbasierte Medizin hinter sich zu lassen? Was war ausschlaggebend für eine ehemalige Impfgegnerin, ihre Kinder doch impfen zu lassen?  Was hilft Mitgliedern von vereinnahmenden Organisationen beim Ausstieg? Was bewegt ein gefeiertes Medium, sich aus der Esoterik zu lösen?

Dieses Buch richtet sich an alle, die sich um Personen mit irrationalen Weltsichten sorgen oder nicht wissen, wie sie mit ihnen kommunizieren sollen – sei es in der Familie, im Freundeskreis, anonym im Internet oder bei der Arbeit.  Die Autoren geben konkrete Tipps zu Diskussionen und Situationen und helfen auch dabei zu entscheiden, wann es wichtig ist sich zu engagieren und wann man sich lieber zurückzieht.” (Buchrückseite)

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World Book Day

The 23

On 23.04.2021, the World Book Day takes place again. Only: Students are in distance classes, readings cannot take place, and the librarian sits in the home office and misses the contact with the students.

Let us take it positively! Therefore I share with you today the 10 rights of the reader as postulated by Daniel Pennac*. Moreover, I recommend a few of our e-books for different age groups. Please respect the law number 1 (-;

  1. The right not to read
  2. The right to skip pages
  3. The right not to read a book to the end
  4. The right to read something again
  5. The right to read anything
  6. The right to Bovarysm, i.e. to see the novel as life
  7. The right to read everywhere
  8. The right to browse around
  9. The right to read aloud
  10. The right to remain silent

*PENNAC, DANIEL: The Rights of the Reader. Somerville: Candlewick, 2015.


14 and up

Felix ever after / Kacen Callender

From Stonewall and Lambda Award–winning author Kacen Callender comes a revelatory YA novel about a transgender teen grappling with identity and self-discovery while falling in love for the first time.

Felix Love has never been in love—and, yes, he’s painfully aware of the irony. He desperately wants to know what it’s like and why it seems so easy for everyone but him to find someone. What’s worse is that, even though he is proud of his identity, Felix also secretly fears that he’s one marginalization too many—Black, queer, and transgender—to ever get his own happily-ever-after.

When an anonymous student begins sending him transphobic messages—after publicly posting Felix’s deadname alongside images of him before he transitioned—Felix comes up with a plan for revenge. What he didn’t count on: his catfish scenario landing him in a quasi–love triangle….

But as he navigates his complicated feelings, Felix begins a journey of questioning and self-discovery that helps redefine his most important relationship: how he feels about himself.

Felix Ever After is an honest and layered story about identity, falling in love, and recognizing the love you deserve.

“Felix is attending an ultracompetitive arts summer program to have a better shot at a full scholarship to Brown when someone posts Felix’s dead name beside photos of him, pre-transition, in the school’s lobby. Felix’s plot to get revenge throws him onto the path of love and self-discovery.” (Publishers Weekly, “An Anti-Racist Children’s and YA Reading List”)

12 and up

Pet / Akwaeke Emezi

How do you save the world from monsters if no one will admit they exist?

She stumbled backwards, her eyes wide, as the figure started coming out of the canvas

She tried to be brave. Well, she said, her hands only a little shaky, at least tell me what I should call you.

Well, little girl, it replied, I suppose you can call me Pet.

There are no more monsters anymore, or so the children in the city of Lucille are taught. With doting parents and a best friend named Redemption, Jam has grown up with this lesson all her life. But when she meets Pet, a creature made of horns and colours and claws, who emerges from one of her mother’s paintings and a drop of Jam’s blood, she must reconsider what she’s been told. Pet has come to hunt a monster, and the shadow of something grim lurks in Redemption’s house. Jam must fight not only to protect her best friend, but also to uncover the truth.

In their riveting and timely young adult debut, acclaimed novelist Akwaeke Emezi asks difficult questions about what choices a young person can make when the adults around them are in denial.

‘Beautiful, genre-expanding’ The New York Times

‘Compelling… a wonderful mix of fantasy, dystopian drama, political commentary and a coming of age tale that is sure to grip any reader’ The Scotsman

‘The word hype was invented to describe books like this’ Refinery29

10 and up

The sign of the beaver / Elizabeth George Speare

The Sign of the Beaver

In this Newbery Honor book, a thirteen-year-old boy struggles to survive on his own in the wilderness of eighteenth-century Maine.

When Matt’s father leaves him on his own to guard their new cabin in the wilderness, Matt is scared but determined to be brave and prove that he can take care of himself. And things are going fine until a white stranger steals his gun, leaving Matt defenseless and unable to hunt for his food. Then Matt meets Attean, a Native boy from the Beaver tribe, and soon learns that people called the land around him home long before the white settlers ever arrived. As Attean teaches him more about his own culture, Matt must come to terms with what the changing frontier really means. Now with an introduction by critically acclaimed writer Joseph Bruchac about the historical context and the relationships between Native peoples and white settlers in the eighteenth century.

8 and up

When you trap a tiger / Tae Keller


Would you make a deal with a magical tiger? This uplifting story brings Korean folklore to life as a girl goes on a quest to unlock the power of stories and save her grandmother.

Some stories refuse to stay bottled up…

When Lily and her family move in with her sick grandmother, a magical tiger straight out of her halmoni’s Korean folktales arrives, prompting Lily to unravel a secret family history. Long, long ago, Halmoni stole something from the tigers. Now they want it back. And when one of the tigers approaches Lily with a deal–return what her grandmother stole in exchange for Halmoni’s health–Lily is tempted to agree. But deals with tigers are never what they seem! With the help of her sister and her new friend Ricky, Lily must find her voice…and the courage to face a tiger.

Tae Keller, the award-winning author of The Science of Breakable Things, shares a sparkling tale about the power of stories and the magic of family. Think Walk Two Moons meets Where the Mountain Meets the Moon!

“If stories were written in the stars … this wondrous tale would be one of the brightest.” –Booklist, Starred Review

6 and up

The hundred dresses / Eleanor Estes

This Newbery Honor classic, illustrated by a Caldecott Medalist, is a beautifully written tribute to the power of kindness, acceptance, and standing up for what’s right.

Wanda Petronski is ridiculed by her classmates for wearing the same faded blue dress every day. She claims she has one hundred dresses at home, but everyone knows she doesn’t. When Wanda is pulled out of school one day, the class feels terrible, and classmate Maddie decides that she is “never going to stand by and say nothing again.” A gentle tale about bullies, bystanders, and having the courage to speak up.

4 and up

Sulwe / Lupita Nyong’o

Recipient of a Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor Award
Recipient of an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Children’s Literary Work

From Academy Award–winning actress Lupita Nyong’o comes a powerful, moving picture book about colorism, self-esteem, and learning that true beauty comes from within.

Sulwe has skin the color of midnight. She is darker than everyone in her family. She is darker than anyone in her school. Sulwe just wants to be beautiful and bright, like her mother and sister. Then a magical journey in the night sky opens her eyes and changes everything.

In this stunning debut picture book, actress Lupita Nyong’o creates a whimsical and heartwarming story to inspire children to see their own unique beauty.

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