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Des Drachen Arbeit ist niemals getan / A Dragon's Work Is Never Done (German Children's Book Edition) (German Edition) Kindle Edition

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Length: 74 pages Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled Language: German

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  • File Size: 3077 KB
  • Print Length: 74 pages
  • Publication Date: February 7, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: German
  • ASIN: B00BD9S2JS
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  • Word Wise: Not Enabled
  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #439,895 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Stephanie Barrett realized at the ripe old age of eight that she wanted to become an author more than anything in the world. After college, Stephanie's love of children led her to teach preschool, where she drew constant inspiration for story ideas from the amazing children in her class.

The idea for A Dragon's Work Is Never Done, however, didn't come from one of Stephanie's preschool students. Instead, it came from a street food vendor selling sandwiches with mustard so spicy that it seemed entirely possible to turn into a full-fledged, fire-breathing dragon after taking a bite.

Stephanie lives with her husband, dog, and cat in central Florida.

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I don't have children, but as I'm learning German, children's stories are easier to read. And as I love dragons, my inner child became curious. However, I was delightfully surprised to find not just a good, cute story, but a really creative and fun children's story. The little boy's, Alfie, view of what's happening is both sweet and funny, and I just loved the dragon, Marty, all big and friendly - the way I love to picture dragons! Also, the beautiful illustrations are a big part of creating this delicious feeling of innocence, adventure and fun the story brings, and in my case, a big help in understanding and learning the language better. Knowing German already or learning it, I recommend it to both children and adults!
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While this is a children's book, in German, for children about 6 to 8 years old it has a number of words that would be beyond most children that age.
Having said that, it is fun to sit down and read all of the things that Alfie goes off and does with his dragon friend after Alfie eats the hot mustard.
The story line with all of the pictures makes it easy for the child to pickup and gasp the new language, just stand by for tougher words.
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