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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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Book review: ‘Good night stories – into small ears’

In Chinese, from 1yo.

10 short, cute and warm stories perfect for bedtime. Your little one will love the colourful illustrations and the animal stories.

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Book review: ‘Kapt’n Sharky und das Seeungeheuer’

In German, from 4yo.

There is trouble in Rocky Bay. Captain Sharky is going to the rescue. But is causing the trouble? Could it really be a sea monster? It cannot be, can it? Sea monsters do not exist or do they?

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Book review: ‘Hor mal, wer da miaut und bellt!’

In German, from 6mo.

Children will love this cute board book with colourful illustrations. They will read about the animals and press the button to hear them make noises.

Interactive book, ask questions to your little ones. What colours are the animals? What are they doing? What noise do they make? Are they being naughty? Discover a dog, a mouse, a cat, a hamster and a bird.

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Book review: ‘Hora do banho’

In Portuguese, from 0yo.

Cute book with colourful and fun illustrations showing how several animal bathe. It makes bath times more fun for the little ones.

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Book review: ‘Eu sei tudo do Pai Natal’

In Portuguese, from 4yo

Sweet story about a young boy who believes in Santa Claus despite all adults around him saying that Santa is not for real. The grown ups must not know how to read the signs. Santa is real!

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Book review: ‘Miss Peregrine’s school for peculiar children’

In Chinese, from 12yo.

The famous book by Ransom Riggs adapted to the movies. After the tragic death of his grandfather, Joseph travels to an island off the coast of Wales. There, he meets with Miss Peregrine and the children she looks after. They are all special, they all have special talents. Joseph, will soon discover, they are all in danger.

 

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Book review: ‘Caras divertidas na quinta’

In Portuguese, from 0yo.

Playful board book with bright colours that your little one will love. Play with this fun farm animal masks and make your child laugh and be curious about animals.

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Book review: ‘Professor Wimp, or a screw, a hammer and the Know-it-all robots’

In Polish, from 6yo.

Professor Wimp is a very busy inventor. He is always welding something, or tightening screws, or greasing hinges and designing ever newer contraptions and robots. However, not all of them turn out to be as useful as he’d planned…

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Book review: ‘Mandarin phrasebook & CD’

Bilingual Mandarin-English, from 12yo.

Great resources when you go on holidays and need to learn the basics of Mandarin. This CD and phrasebook will allow you to learn basic vocabulary, build your own sentences and pronounce words correctly.

It includes vocabulary on numbers, time, dates, transport, shopping, accommodation, money and banking, sightseeing, emergencies, health, culture, feelings and opinions…and much more.

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