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‘The little prince – Japanese’

In Japanese, from 8yo.

The story follows a little boy thinking about friendship, love, loneliness. Rediscover a classic translated into Japanese.

For more information visit https://bit.ly/2XVLBwF

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‘Yum! Let’s eat!’

Bilingual Russian-English, from 1yo.

Learn what families eat around the world. What is your favourite food? A shepherd pie, rice and peas, sushi or a stir fry with chicken?

Fun and colourful, it is a perfect resource to raise global citizens.

For more information visit https://bit.ly/3lndsPJ

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‘Mach’s wie ich! Streiten und vertragen’

In German, from 1yo.

This is a cute little story to teach our little ones to get along with other people and not behave as if they were cavemen. We need to argue but we also need to make up and become friends. Funny story in a little board book format to take everywhere with you.

For further information go to https://bit.ly/3vdunH8

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‘Hektor spielt nicht mit Madchen’

In German, from 4yo.

Hektor, is a little wolf who loves to play ball with his friends in the forest. He is really having fun until a little squireel wants to join the game. “No way!” says Hektor. Girls do not play ball, it is a game for boys only. The little squirrel is not impressed and challenges Hektor and his friends to a game between girls and boys. Who will win?

For more information visit https://bit.ly/3v8IRbj

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‘I love my mum’

Bilingual Russian-English, from 3yo.

What is the best way to tell mom ‘I love you’. What gift could make mother’s day very special?

For more information visit https://bit.ly/2RUMd2h

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‘Stimmen in park’

In German, from 3yo.

A walk in the park seen by the perspective of 4 persons, a mother and her son, a father and his daughter called ‘Sunshine’. The parents sit silently on a bench while the children play.

For more information visit https://bit.ly/3veKvs0

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‘The stories of Tiantian – 1A’

In Chinese-Pinyin/English, from 6yo.

This collection has been designed for learners with a non Chinese background. The series offers gradual levels of difficulties from very basic 1A to more advanced 2C. Each books presents several short stories, vocabulary pages and activities to test the learner’s reading skills.

To start learning Chinese visit https://bit.ly/3wT2OUj

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‘Ein kluger fisch’

In German, from 2yo.

In the ocean lives a fish. He is not big nor small but he is very clever. He wants to know what it is like to walk on land.

For more information visit https://bit.ly/2OFAPpu

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‘Meimei the panda: Numbers’

In Chinese, from 1yo.

Learn ow to count in Chinese with this gorgeous small format book. Learn how to read the numbers in Chinese characters and in pinyin. The book comes with a CD-Rom for the listening practice.

Also available in the same series Looks, Colours, Seasons, Jobs.

For more information visit https://bit.ly/3thbH87

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‘Krasse Witz Rick’

In German, from 8yo.

Rick loves to joke and prank his friends. Funny story that might give some ideas to its young readers.

What best way to learn German by sharing a joke!

For more information visit https://bit.ly/30uBuwC