Der Winter kommt (Kapitel Buch 5) Ingo Blum

Der Winter kommt (Kapitel Buch 5)

Autor: Ingo Blum
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Buchtitel
Der Winter kommt (Kapitel Buch 5)
Dateigröße
108
Autor
Ingo Blum
ISBN
9783947410798
Edition Sprache
English
Buchformat
7 x 10
Veröffentlichungsdatum
November 29, 2019
A pleasant winter quarter. Some wild cat thieves. And a treasure waiting to be found! The animals at the river are preparing for winter. Finn the falcon, Titus the badger, and Shylow the fox are also on their search for supplies. But what is that? Something that looks like a house on a boat is blocking their way! It is the winter quarter of some birds and a hedgehog named Quentin. But it needs to be renovated. Sure, the three friends would help them. Soon they get into trouble with some mean wild cats that want to steal the animals’ supplies. However, that is not the only thing the cats are after. There is a treasure in a hidden cave that belongs to another dangerous animal. Finn, Shylow, and Titus are forced to dig for the treasure. Will they be able to save the house on the boat and the supplies of all the animals before the winter comes? It is a race against time. Are they equal to the task? Reading age 6-10 A story that celebrates respect for nature, kindness, and team spirit. Learn about different animals helping each other in a dangerous situation. Free ebook with the paperback purchase. The story celebrates the special bond that gets formed between completely different animals. It combines the rhythm of Kenneth Grahame’s “Wind in the Willows”, the heart of A.A. Milne’s “Winnie the Pooh” and the playfulness of Mo Williams.Perfect for all children ages 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and up, and Pre-K -5th grade.  

A pleasant winter quarter. Some wild cat thieves. And a treasure waiting to be found!

The animals at the river are preparing for winter. Finn the falcon, Titus the badger, and Shylow the fox are also on their search for supplies. But what is that? Something that looks like a house on a boat is blocking their way! It is the winter quarter of some birds and a hedgehog named Quentin. But it needs to be renovated. Sure, the three friends would help them.

Soon they get into trouble with some mean wild cats that want to steal the animals’ supplies. However, that is not the only thing the cats are after. There is a treasure in a hidden cave that belongs to another dangerous animal. Finn, Shylow, and Titus are forced to dig for the treasure.

Will they be able to save the house on the boat and the supplies of all the animals before the winter comes? It is a race against time. Are they equal to the task?
  • Reading age 6-10
  • A story that celebrates respect for nature, kindness, and team spirit.
  • Learn about different animals helping each other in a dangerous situation.
  • Free ebook with the paperback purchase.

The story celebrates the special bond that gets formed between completely different animals. It combines the rhythm of Kenneth Grahame’s “Wind in the Willows”, the heart of A.A. Milne’s “Winnie the Pooh” and the playfulness of Mo Williams.

Perfect for all children ages 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and up, and Pre-K -5th grade.

 

A pleasant winter quarter. Some wild cat thieves. And a treasure waiting to be found!

The animals at the river are preparing for winter. Finn the falcon, Titus the badger, and Shylow the fox are also on their search for supplies. But what is that? Something that looks like a house on a boat is blocking their way! It is the winter quarter of some birds and a hedgehog named Quentin. But it needs to be renovated. Sure, the three friends would help them.

Soon they get into trouble with some mean wild cats that want to steal the animals’ supplies. However, that is not the only thing the cats are after. There is a treasure in a hidden cave that belongs to another dangerous animal. Finn, Shylow, and Titus are forced to dig for the treasure.

Will they be able to save the house on the boat and the supplies of all the animals before the winter comes? It is a race against time. Are they equal to the task?
  • Reading age 6-10
  • A story that celebrates respect for nature, kindness, and team spirit.
  • Learn about different animals helping each other in a dangerous situation.
  • Free ebook with the paperback purchase.

The story celebrates the special bond that gets formed between completely different animals. It combines the rhythm of Kenneth Grahame’s “Wind in the Willows”, the heart of A.A. Milne’s “Winnie the Pooh” and the playfulness of Mo Williams.

Perfect for all children ages 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and up, and Pre-K -5th grade.