Author: Gisela Mühlenberg
Publisher: Ökotopia Verlag
Eine Fundgrube von Bastel- und Werkideen für Kinder von 2 bis 6 Jahren, mit Anregungen zu den Jahreszeiten, zu Schlechtwettertagen und Kinderfesten, die in Betreuungseinrichtungen oder Gruppen, aber auch in der Familie leicht umgesetzt werden können.
Author: Barbara Veit, Anna-Laura Cantone, Marianne Martens
Publisher: North South Books
A little snail slips out of her shell-house to take a bath in a dew drop, and when she is finished, she cannot find her house.
Author: Christoph Niemann
Once upon a time there was a Prussian King, Frederick, also known as Fritz, who saw potential in the lowly potato -- a newly introduced crop from South America -- and decided to plant it for his people. However, it quickly became clear that his subjects didn't like being told what to eat. Determined to see the potato thrive, Fritz cleverly used reverse psychology to pique his people's curiosity and make the crop popular, and the potato has flourished ever since.his people's curiosity and make the crop popular, and the potato has flourished ever since. Potato-stamp illustrations throughout are simple and effective, exhibiting Neimann's trademark wit and playfulness. The book includes a short informational note on the historical background to the story. Readers will be interested to discover how one of today's most common foods likely rose to popularity and may also be inspired by the king's creative problem solving.
Author: Sabine Ludwig
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing, Inc.
A little pig is ready for a big day of swimming—she's packed a huge bag stuffed with toys, books, towels, hats, food, and more. But friends keep stopping the little pig on the way to the water. A dog borrows her flotation ring, a cat needs her sunhat, and a crocodile demands the little pig's sunglasses. A badger even gobbles up all the cookies—and the little pig just can't say no! But when she falls into mud and all the animals laugh at her, the little pig is fed up. She loses her temper and finally shouts NO. Will the friends she helped now help the little pig? And will she ever get to go swimming? The Story of the Little Pig Who Couldn't Say No is perfect for children who find it difficult to stand up to their own friends. Young readers and their parents will giggle at Sabine Wilharm's bright, energetic illustrations and will love Sabine Ludwig's sweet writing, translated by Connie Stradling Morby. This is the perfect book to share with children during lazy summer days or right before bed.
Author: Theodor Storm, Lisbeth Zwerger
Publisher: North South Books
After his mother becomes exhausted wheeling him around the room, Little Hobbin devises a way to keep his crib rolling and, with the help of the moon, rolls out of the house, into the street, to the end of the world, and into the sky.
Author: Daniel A. Ionazzi
Illustrated guide to all aspects of constructing a stage set: the four primary stage configurations - proscenium, thrust, arena and environmental; flying scenery and moving floors; organizing the scene shop; shop tools and safety; scaled drawings, models and other communications tools used to translate the designers vision into a set; materials used in building scenery; construction techniques for flats, platforms and other standard scenic units; installing and rigging scenery; maintaining an inventory of stock scenery.
Author: Mark Ormerod
Fun, cultural and informative, this series of readers offers an extensive range of fiction and non-fiction titles that reinforces the basic structures and vocabulary found in most primary courses. The Macmillan Children's Readers series can be used as supplementary reading material with any primary course.