Babett Jacobs: First of all there is the writer, the author. The story buzzes around in her head, until she lets her pen dance on paper.
Julia Gerigk: But a story only becomes a picture book after a draftsman, an illustrator, has kissed the figures awake, almost like a sleeping beauty.
Katharina Platz: Finally, the editor checks, if nothing got mixed up in the story. Of course, she also looks after the spelling.
Billy Bock: The layouter puts everything in the right place at the end, so that no letter and no picture breaks ranks