Fat adolescent Dik Trom enjoys growing up in a hedonistic town devoted to food and fun. When a restaurant chain offers his father the life-long-dreamed opportunity to run his own, the Trom ... See full summary »
Eva van der Gucht,
There is only one thing Winky wants: a horse, a real horse to ride. But horses are expensive. Fortunately it is the season of Saint Nicholas; Winky just asks him for a horse. Then everything will work out alright. Or will it?
On a quest to find a new home young Pluk in his little red crane wagon end up in the Petteflet. He moves in to a little deserted tower room and quickly befriends some of the inhabitants and... See full summary »
Pieter van Rijn
Janieck van de Polder,
Winky is the happiest girl in the world because she gets to take care of Santa's horse, Amerigo; only it turns out not to be as easy as she thought it would be. Amerigo escapes and Winky has to find him back before Santa returns.
Mister Twister goes camping is the sequel to the successful family film Mister Twister Class of Fun. When Ms Dreus, the stern headmistress, unexpectedly has to leave camp, Mr Casey is ... See full summary »
A lonely 9-year-old boy makes a new friend when he discovers a magical little man inside of a cupboard, but when one of the man's spells goes awry, the boy's entire family is shrunk down to four inches in height.
The Vriends family has adopted Dolfje and treated him as one of their own, especially 'own' firstborn son Timmie is the perfect devoted big brother. At his seventh birthday, Dolfje's spectacularly different DNA kicks in : full moon causes him to turn werewolf three consecutive nights. The school's Christmas play Peter and the Wold helps the brothers cover up, but they can't resist putting class bully Nico Pochmans in his place and raiding the busybody neighbor's chicken den doesn't exactly help. She alerts a grim anti-alien society, while Dolfje feels akin to a mysterious lurker in the know, whose own secret proves intertwined. As the parents find out, especially the pleasantly-weird father remains unconditionally supportive.Written by