Three robbers with strange costumes and weapons store crates of looted gold and silver treasures in their cave, but they never think about using their treasures until they encounter an orphaned girl in a carriage. They take the little girl back to the cave and eventually, the robbers are so moved by the innocent girl that they decide to use the treasure they had previously stolen to build a castle. This castle is meant to house all the lost, unhappy and unwanted children. When the children grow up, they are so grateful that they built three towers in the shape of robber hats to commemorate the three robbers.
The story of "Three Robbers" painted by Wengel is concise, but it uses pictures to successfully create an atmosphere. It uses strong colors to express mystery, terror, indifference, or justice and enthusiasm so that children can experience little scary stories in a lighthearted manner
Recommended for ages：0-4