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Ersteintrag: 15.01.2008 14:28:31 GMT+01:00
Hans K. meint:
I'm loking for English books for children, age 3+, which are in British English rather than American. Any suggestions ?

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 15.01.2008 19:09:59 GMT+01:00
Renate Bock meint:
The Gruffallo is a neat book. It says age four, but a Three will be able to understand the humour. The Froggy books are very nice too, like: Froggy Gets Dressed...
I like British and American books for children and will not discriminate, because one can find wonderful books or rubbish anywhere.

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 16.01.2008 09:20:57 GMT+01:00
This is a really good book to check out books from - The Rough Guide to Children's Books, 0-5 years (Paperback) by Nicholas Tucker (Author) but my child (now 5) also really enjoyed the Lynley Dodds books like Hairy Maclary, Schnitzel von Krumm and stuff like that! Good luck! K Clapp

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 17.01.2008 01:08:12 GMT+01:00
jhorizon meint:
Hi there,
I'd recommend all the books by Julia Donaldson (apart from the Captain Cook one). Also the following books (I would have to look up the authors, please reply again if you can't find these books by their title):
Suzy Goose, The Blue Kangaroo, The very hungry caterpillar, Elmar spring to mind. There are obviously loads more, I can have a look tomorrow in the children's bookshelf if you'd like me to.

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 18.01.2008 18:59:35 GMT+01:00
C. Raven meint:
The great favorite in our home is "Yellow bird, black spider" by Dosh Archer and Mike Archer. It is short, but the humor is great and the ending is surprising and funny.

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 18.01.2008 21:07:59 GMT+01:00
H. Alsbury meint:
I was brought up on the following and still love them all!

Beatrix potter, The very hungry caterpillar, anything by Shirley Hughes, Roald Dahl or Allan Alberg. and of course Winnie the pooh, the house at poor corner and now we are 6

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 04.02.2008 14:25:30 GMT+01:00
E. W. meint:
I love "The tiger who came to tea", "Possum Magic" and anything by Tommi Ungerer and Maurice Sendak. I wonder why Astrid Lindgren's books aren't as popular in the English speaking world as they are in Germany. Does anyone have an explanation?

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 05.02.2008 09:00:03 GMT+01:00
I can suggest: Dilbert at Heathrow - a wonderful book for youngsters.
I found it some years ago.It might be possible to find it via Amazon.
Kind regards,
Edith Wollenburg

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 11.02.2008 23:24:52 GMT+01:00
I've become a fan of Astrid L.'s lovely stories since living in Germany for 20 yrs. and have also wondered why some books just don't take off in other countries. Of course, the mentality of the different countries is different - what the Germans find amusing may not appeal to Brits at all or vice versa. Alternatively, old fashioned traditional family life in rural Sweden may not grasp English kids' imaginations - they seem to go for more humourous, even weird, stories while young and then later like strange fantasy like even ghoulish novels. Roald Dahl is nowhere near as popular in Germany as in Britain. It's an interesting subject...

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 12.02.2008 18:37:58 GMT+01:00
P. Barrett meint:
I am selling English children's books, there is a great choice of lovely books for all ages. Check out and click on 'Catalogue'. If you fancy anything, just let me know as I can deliver them to you. I am an Austrian living in England.

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 13.02.2008 18:01:38 GMT+01:00
Rudilein meint:
What about:
The Secret Garden von Frances Hodgson Burnett

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 26.02.2008 22:27:06 GMT+01:00
Amazon-Kunde meint:
Tamora Pierce writes about magic.
Its for kids who likes klassic books from " the bruders Grimm" or " Hans Christian Andersen"

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 27.02.2008 11:31:49 GMT+01:00
E. W. meint:
@Cheryl Jungmann:
Maybe English kids grow up with enough traditional values (I am thinking of school uniforms and politeness here) that they crave something weirder, whereas German children don't have as many boundaries and therefore enjoy the mostly very harmonious Lindgren stories. As to Roald Dahl: there is one very simple reason why he can't possibly be as successful in Germany as in English speaking countries, and that is simply the language. I just tried translating his story "The Vicar of Nibbleswicke" and it is near impossible to successfully salvage all his wit because it lies mainly in word play - so a lot is bound to get lost in translation.

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 28.02.2008 09:40:34 GMT+01:00
I am looking for a botanic book (same sort of trees guide/Bäumen Führer)for my son, he is attending the 2 class of a german-englisch grade school and I do not have enough learning material for him, I have seen in german there are many books out there that are intended for younger children, may be you can help me finding a similar book in englisch,
Thanks a lot
A d'Alessandro

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 29.02.2008 10:20:33 GMT+01:00
My children love the Winnie the Witch series by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul.

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 06.03.2008 15:07:53 GMT+01:00
P. Barrett meint:
There is an english book for children about TREES, view the link If you are interested let me know and I can send it to you.

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 07.03.2008 11:47:48 GMT+01:00
Dave Jeffery meint:

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 18.04.2008 09:21:33 GMT+02:00
Kontaktieren Soe LetsGoEnglish unter 0177-7463697

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 24.04.2008 13:37:27 GMT+02:00
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D. Harnisch meint:
You could try the Beatrice Potter books, usually young children enjoy them - even American kids.

Veröffentlicht am 28.11.2011 13:36:11 GMT+01:00
L. Hawkins meint:
Snoops, Clues & Boos: A Children's Mystery Snoop Tale

Veröffentlicht am 25.12.2011 13:23:01 GMT+01:00
Jirehis meint:
Happy holidays. Thanks for recommending my book Alm. I was just stopping by to let everyone know that the Kindle edition is free right now on Amazon. So feel free to sample the Kindle: Snoops, Clues & Boos: A Children's Mystery Snoop Tale

Enjoy the paperback together: Snoops, Clues & Boos:: A Children's Mystery Snoop Tale It is printed in large text for eyes of all ages to enjoy.

Antwort auf einen früheren Beitrag vom 05.02.2012 13:39:43 GMT+01:00
THE SECRET OF KILIMANJARO: A fantastic adventure fairy tale

Veröffentlicht am 06.02.2012 15:25:30 GMT+01:00
You could try
The Lazy Robot
A good fun read...

Veröffentlicht am 06.02.2012 15:28:27 GMT+01:00
You could try The Lazy Robot a great little fun read...

Veröffentlicht am 07.02.2012 17:05:04 GMT+01:00
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