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Book review:’I do not want to be a princess’

In Polish, from 2yo. Hardback.

Who would have thought that a little girl called Marysia could be such a scary dragon! Certainly not her mum. Nor her dad. Nor Grandma. Though grandad had his suspicions. The clever Marysia will cause quite an upheaval in the family home… A fun and by no means straightforward tale about how wisdom is more important than beauty and how you should always be yourself!

 

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Book review:”il gigante più elegante”

In Italian, from 2yo. Paperback.

Reread this classic Julia Donaldson/Axel Scheffler’s beautiful story in Italian.

Adalberto was very happy being the scruffiest giant in town. But one day, when he sees a shop stocking giant-size clothes, he decides it’s time to update his image. With smart clothes, Adalberto is a new man. However, as he goes home, he meets various animals who desperately need his help.

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Book review: ‘Chandra’s magic light’

In English only. From 6yo.

A heartwarming story set in Nepal of two resourceful sisters who bring the safety of solar-powered light to their family.

Your children will love this beautifully illustrated book as well as the additional information on the Nepalese culture.

It also come with the activity on how to make a pizza box solar oven.

 

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Book review: ‘A hole in the bottom of the sea’

In English only, from 4yo.

Discover amazing and fascinating sea creatures in the hole in the bottom of the sea! Based on the traditional cumulative song, each verse introduces a new creature and its place in the food chain, with the shark chasing the eel, who chases the squid, who chases the snail. Enhanced CD includes video animation and audio singalong.

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Book review: ‘Bonjour’

In French only, from 4yo.

Very cute story to teach children how to greet people. Follow Thibault’s day and see how he greets his mum, his cat, neighbour…

Comes with a vocabulary page very useful for those wanting to develop their child’s language skills or knowledge of French.

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Book review: ‘The barefoot book of Earth tales’

In English only, from 8yo.

Learn how different cultures around the world set out to live in harmony with the natural world in this popular anthology. The seven folk tales are each followed by a hands-on activity that promotes green living and reinforces the eco-messages of the stories.

Stories from Australia, Nigeria, Bali, Kazakhstan, American Southwest, Wales, India.

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Book review: ‘Polizeigeschichten’

In German only, hardback for 4-8yo.

For young readers when they start to read on their own. Follow the investigations of the Police. Who is the man with the green mask? Are the men near Julian the real thieves?

At the end of the book there is a series of activities to check if the child has read and understood well the story, as well as stickers.

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