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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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Book review: ‘Der Wolf, der eine Weltreise machen wollte’

In German, from 4yo.

Let’s explore the world with Wolf. So let’s pack your bags and travel to Paris, Cairo, London…

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Book review: ‘1 2 3 Osterei’

In German, from 0yo.

Cut little board book with sliding parts for the children to play interactively. With gorgeous colourful illustrations it makes a perfect gift for little readers.

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Book review: ‘Contos para a infancia’

In Portuguese, from 8yo.

A collection of 3 short tales recommended for year 3 students. At the end you will find activity sheets that related to each story ensuring that the reader has well understood the stories.

The stories are: ‘Boa sentenca’, ‘o fato novo do sultao’ e ‘Joao Pateta’.

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Book review: ‘The Mother of Monsters’

In English, from 5yo.

A story from South Africa. Ntombi is a fearless princess who wants to jump, run, sing and shout. Her fatehr wants her to marry but she refuses to do it before she saw the Illulange river where the Mother of Monsters live!

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Book review: ‘The Dragon’s tears’

Bilingual English-Portuguese, English-French, from 8yo.

Do you know why the 24 lakes of the river Min are called the Dragon’s tears? When Chun Li releases the golden fish he just caught, he is rewarded with a magic pearl. Th gift has the power to multiply things. Chun Li and his mother decide to share their good fortune, this when trouble starts…

Moving story that touches themes such as poverty, wealth, joy and sorrow.

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