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Stories, poems, craft ideas, games, trivia and much more besides – all on the subject of rain. Young listeners discover all kinds of fun and interesting facts about the cosiest weather conditions of the year: how rain is formed, how much clouds weigh, things you can make when it’s raining, what a rain forest is, why earthworms are called ’rain worms’ in German, and much, much more. All packaged in child-friendly stories to read out loud. | 4 +
Six encouraging stories for nursery school children in an extra-thick book.
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These fascinating read-aloud stories are entertaining as well as informative for both children and their parents: What are our funniest everyday misapprehensions?
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The fourth volume in the successful Read Aloud/Activity series, beautifully atmospherically illustrated by Joëlle Tourlonias.
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The new interactive concept with reading tips at the end of the book fosters language skill and is lots of fun. Age-appropriate conversation ideas, questions and puzzles encourage readers and their young listeners to take a hand in the stories themselves. | 4 +
Ancient history can be fun! Dimiter Inkiow retells the best Greek myths with plenty of humour and in clear language. What adventures did Odysseus have during his wanderings? Who hid in the Trojan Horse? What was Zeus like as a baby and why did Eros want to take revenge on Apollo? The 21 read-aloud stories are a light-hearted introduction to the world of the gods – and so full of adventure, so exciting and amusing that they delight children and parents alike! | 5 +
His fascinating stories from the distant past take them from Scandinavia, England and Germany all the way to Greece and tell of Robin Hood, William Tell, Siegfried and the Dragon and the Golem. Full of suspense and humour and retold especially for children by Dimiter Inkiov with lots of colourful and amusing illustrations by Wilfried Gebhard. | 5 +
•\x09The book tells 22 exciting stories connected with questions frequently asked by children.
•\x09Amusing, colourful pictures by Katrin Oertel
•\x09The stories are particularly good for reading aloud.
| 4 +
Mika, Charlotte, Emile, Nina and Frieda are all in the Octopus Group at nursery school, so that all stick together, of course. After all, wild adventures await them there, such as hunting for treasure, fighting the dangerous tooth crocodile or sailing out into the world in a pirate ship. A book straight out of children’s everyday fantasies.
The wild ones are five friends who have amazing adventures at nursery school. Their stories are told through the eyes of the children – between colourful everyday life and child-like imagination.
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The book explains theological issues in child-appropriate, easy-to-understand language. It explains the significance of Christian traditions and provides aids to understanding. This book of children’s questions aims to stimulate conversations between children and adults and also to encourage them to search for the answers together.
The following are just some of the children’s questions to which this book provides answers:
?\x09Does God like chocolate, too?
?\x09Has God got a white beard?
?\x09Is God really a person?
?\x09Who was God’s mother?
?\x09How does God make us?
?\x09Where did the first person come from?
?\x09What kind of food do they have in heaven?
?\x09Why do people have to die?
?\x09Why do children starve?
?\x09Where does the Baby Jesus live?
?\x09What is a soul?
?\x09Why can Jesus go up to heaven on a cloud?
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This story book for children of two and over is divided into two sections: one with stories about playing and laughing and one with stories about falling asleep and dreaming.
| 24 months +
Hansel and Gretel
The Frog King
The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids
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Children aren’t the only ones who can learn something here! This read-aloud book provides surprising answers to some of the burning questions children ask and playfully imparts knowledge almost by chance. These are just some of the children’s questions the book answers: Why do the stars shine? Where is the wind when it isn’t blowing? Where does the sun go at night? How does the salt get into the sea? How does cheese get its holes? Can fish drown? Why don’t woodpeckers get a headache when they drum? Why do milk teeth fall out? Why do some people have dark skin?
| 5 +
New questions from the popular “Why” series: hard facts woven into entertaining read-aloud stories – that’s how funny and fascinating our body can be.
| 4 +
The sequel to the popular book Why are Bananas Curved? is packed 22 fascinating stories that are simply brimming interesting facts.
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The perfect length for any storytelling occasion: three minutes about moonlight-eating Moon Moomins? Or a five-minute journey to the kingdom of the Tuber Trolls who long to ride unicorns? Or pay an eight-minute visit to the magical plant pot dwarves? This story book is simply teeming with whimsical texts full of enchanting ideas and magical creatures.
With Three-Five-Eight-Minute Stories about Dragons and Unicorns, children of three and over will find all their favourite magical characters in a single volume.
Book 7 in the richly and colourfully illustrated hit series – more than 85,000 copies sold!
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Where would you hide a treasure? Can you spot Roberta’s magic wand? Sing along nice and softly, that will do the poor monster good! This book has these and lots of other interactive ideas for the children. There are stories about little dragons, scatterbrained witches and much more besides. The reader can pick the activity he or she feels is suitable for the child. But each of the stories is naturally plenty of fun even without this added extra.
A storybook with a clear, self-explanatory concept and tips for reading aloud that will have children joining in, listening and laughing.
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The read-aloud/interactive series - story time with a difference. From now on, story time means reading aloud, discovering details and joining in – even for boys – because in addition to the ten exciting adventure stories about mediaeval knights, pirates and gangs of robbers, there are also lots of different ideas about ways for the young readers to get active themselves. For example: “Which dragon would you like to fly on?”, “How many pirates can you spot on the ship?” and “Can you touch your feet with your hands?”
The new interactive concept with hints at the end of the book on reading aloud fosters language skills and is lots of fun, too. Age-appropriate conversation ideas, questions and puzzles encourage readers and their young listeners to take a hand in the stories themselves.
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Fifteen stories as delicate as elves and as cheeky as imps – for children of three and over, with really lovely illustrations and glittery wings on the cover.
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Willi is determined to have the big teddy bear! He even throws himself on the floor in a tantrum to get it. Lena doesn’t want to paint any more because she thinks her pictures never come out nice. But then mummy has a super idea what to do with pictures that have come out wrong! Eight very different stories about why children are sometimes difficult – and how they can deal with their anger, fury or sadness! Eight stories for awkward children, both the small and the not so small.
With an epilogue by Dr Anne Bischoff, a consultant child and adolescent psychotherapist. | 3 +
•\x09A flying pony and a brave little girl everyone will love – a fantastic partnership
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Make an announcement on an intercity express train for all the passengers to hear? That sounds so exciting! And that’s exactly what Marie is allowed to do today because her mother, who’s a train manager, has brought her to work. Leo also has an exciting day. With his day care group, he pays a visit to the station police and gets to know the nice people from the station mission. Alma even travels underwater on the Eurostar train and Jan right through the middle of the Baltic Sea. And Christian and Marlin have a wonderful ride on a genuine steam engine.
A must for railway fans, with detail-packed illustrations – ideal for all train journeys!
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Nine dreamy stories about celebrating birthdays and other big occasions!
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The Ogglies have a delightfully rotten stink and their bad breath sends flies crashing to the ground. Tidiness is the very worst thing for Ogglies! That’s why they’ve just got to get rid of their new neighbour as soon as possible he spends all day clearing up. To recover from all that, they then organize a birthday trip for Oggly-Grandad and end up having some incredible adventures on the Eiffel Tower and the leaning tower of Pisa. This collection of stories includes four of the best Oggly stories: The Ogglies Move House, The Ogglies Fly to School, The Ogglies and the Blue Neighbour and The Ogglies Go on a Birthday Trip. | 6 +
Going to bed in water wings, learning swear words from a parrot or cleaning their teeth for a month in advance; these are the kinds of ideas only Klara and her little brother could ever come up with! Klara’s brother’s tells such mischievous stories about the funniest pranks in the world that his readers will be roaring with laughter – a joy to read for adults and children of five and over. | 5 +