Four Little Pirates
Published on 04.03.2010
Reading level: 5 years
288 mm x 222 mm
Rights sold to:
- an adventurous journey conveying knowledge on pirates
- includes pedagogic exercises which encourage learning
Lose the anchor, cast off: The four little pirates are out on sea again! Wild storms and hungry monsters have to be conquered - will they ever reach the lonely island on their map? Exciting riddles will incite children to communicate their own thoughts, encouraging them to give adequate descriptions and share their knowledge with others.
"Olchi's" inventor Erhard Dietl sends a selection of his little heroes off on a great and adventureous trip: Four of his most popular picture books are combined in this volume and are just waiting to be read or read out aloud. Little readers from the age of four will enjoy the colourful illustrations and listen, laugh and reflect about extraordinary adventures.
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15 dream stories invite the readers to indulge in fantastic thoughts and role plays: from the astronaut who travels into space to the blond-dyedfilm star to the butterfly which flutters through the air. Nothing is impossible, the strangest dreams come 'true'. The classic by Erhard Dietl is full of humour and ideas. And now it is available in picture book format - with completely new illustrations and many additional stories!<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>To the product
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