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‘Aliens love underpants’

In Farsi, from 4yo.

Did you know aliens loved underpants? Stripy, with dots, plain, colourful or white, boxers, knickers, they like all sorts of underpants. If you are missing one, this is probably because an alien took it.

Discover this story in Farsi with this great bilingual version.

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‘Der Wolf, der seine Farbe ändern wollte’

In German, from 4yo.

Another funny adventure by the Wolf. He does not like his colour, he thinks it is boring. Let’s follow the Wolf’s adventure during a week. Each day of the week, he will change his colour. Will he find the perfect one?

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‘A biblioteca magica’

In Portuguese, from 8yo.

The two friends Nils and Berit keep in touch by means of a ‘letter-book’ which they send back and forth. They find a book and need to find the magic library to find out more abut this book. Their quest for the magic library takes them on a journey through the world of books. It all began thousands of years ago when written letters first saw the light of day

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‘A historia do Pedrito Coelho’

In Portuguese, from 4yo.

Let’s follow Peter Rabbit in his wild adventures. Great story to rediscover in Portuguese. The book includes questions to assist the reader with the meaning of the story.

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‘German picture word book’

In German, from 4yo.

One of the secrets to teach a language to a child is to make it fun. This book is perfect to learn everyday words in German and colouring in. Great way to expand the vocabulary of young learners with every day situations.

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‘My first German lesson’

In German, from 4yo.

With his pocket book format this colouring book is ideal to take it to the restaurant, on a plane, anywhere the children need to be entertained. Learn basic German words in situation. People greeting at the park, learn how to ask how much it is while ordering an ice-cream… The dialogues come in German with a phonetic version to assist with the pronunciation and with the English translation.

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‘Pinoquio’

In Portuguese, from 4yo.

Revisit this classic tale in Portuguese. The little wooden puppet whose dream is to become a boy. Read about his crazy adventures and how he is going to finally save his maker.

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Das grosse bildworterbuch fur kinder

In German, from 0yo.

Amazing large format board book to learn about the first words in German. Each double page represents a topic, on the left hand side there are words with the illustrations and on the right hand side a full page to put the words in their context as well as a game of seek and find.

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Book review: ‘A rainha do recreio’

In Portuguese, from 4yo.

Magda is always the last to arrive to school, to the classroom. She is always distracted during the class and recess never comes soon enough. At recess, she jumps, she plays, she runs around the playground. After observing the very energetic Madga, tells her to try and put as much enthusiasm into her lessons, then she will enjoy her time at school more. It works, but recess remains her favourite part of the school day.

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Book review: ‘Fee Federleicht und das Einhorn’

In German, from 6yo.

Fairy Feartherlight is sad. Every time she tries to fulfil a wish something else happens. The enchanting words are so similar! Luckily for her the unicorn Rosalind will help her.

Cute story for children wishing to read in German. At the end of the books, there are several short exercises to test the reading and comprehension of the text.

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