Where Is My Little Crocodile? - Wo ist mein kleines Krokodil? (1) Ingo Blum

Where Is My Little Crocodile? - Wo ist mein kleines Krokodil? (1)

Autor: Ingo Blum
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Buchtitel
Where Is My Little Crocodile? - Wo ist mein kleines Krokodil? (1)
Dateigröße
32
Autor
Ingo Blum
ISBN
9781982922573
Edition Sprache
English, German
Buchformat
8.5 x 8.4
Veröffentlichungsdatum
June 18, 2018
Teach Your Children First Words In German. Are you looking for your crocodile? The search for a little crocodile named Charlie in different places is a delightful read-aloud. Can Charlie drive a car? Is he allowed to eat in restaurants? Is he dangerous? Where did he go? This book is perfect for kids learning English or German as their second language. Kids will learn different places, objects, and simple questions and answers, but mostly, they will cry out a loud “hooray” when the funny crocodile is discovered at the end. Where? Well, just read . . . The print version of this book includes 4 extra pages for coloring! Review By Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite: "Where Is My Little Crocodile? is a charming, fun-filled children's book by author Ingo Blum and illustrated by Antonio Pahetti. The premise is a young crocodile who can't be found and the narrator, who is one of the parents of said little crocodile, is searching for him in a number of places that might be odd to find a crocodile in, but which create a comical atmosphere for old and young alike. Although the book is only twenty-six pages, it does a lot in that small amount of space. Through the illustrations, we can get a sense of this world and it feels vivid and colorful. The tone of the narration is very easy to grasp and many children would be able to enjoy it. One of my favorite parts of Where Is My Little Crocodile? by author Ingo Blum and illustrator Antonio Pahetti is the section at the very end where the storybook doubles as a coloring book as well. I think that more children's books should double as a coloring book so that people who may not be able to afford many things for their children will be able to have a gift that gets their children to be active in pursuit of art. I feel that this delightful book would be great for all ages and that even adults would enjoy it as well. It calls to mind one of my own favorite childhood books, Are You My Mother? And anything that can remind me of that is a great book indeed!"  

Teach Your Children First Words In German.

Are you looking for your crocodile? The search for a little crocodile named Charlie in different places is a delightful read-aloud. Can Charlie drive a car? Is he allowed to eat in restaurants? Is he dangerous? Where did he go? This book is perfect for kids learning English or German as their second language. Kids will learn different places, objects, and simple questions and answers, but mostly, they will cry out a loud “hooray” when the funny crocodile is discovered at the end. Where? Well, just read . . .

The print version of this book includes 4 extra pages for coloring!

Review By Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite:

"Where Is My Little Crocodile? is a charming, fun-filled children's book by author Ingo Blum and illustrated by Antonio Pahetti. The premise is a young crocodile who can't be found and the narrator, who is one of the parents of said little crocodile, is searching for him in a number of places that might be odd to find a crocodile in, but which create a comical atmosphere for old and young alike. Although the book is only twenty-six pages, it does a lot in that small amount of space. Through the illustrations, we can get a sense of this world and it feels vivid and colorful. The tone of the narration is very easy to grasp and many children would be able to enjoy it. One of my favorite parts of Where Is My Little Crocodile? by author Ingo Blum and illustrator Antonio Pahetti is the section at the very end where the storybook doubles as a coloring book as well. I think that more children's books should double as a coloring book so that people who may not be able to afford many things for their children will be able to have a gift that gets their children to be active in pursuit of art. I feel that this delightful book would be great for all ages and that even adults would enjoy it as well. It calls to mind one of my own favorite childhood books, Are You My Mother? And anything that can remind me of that is a great book indeed!"

 

Teach Your Children First Words In German.

Are you looking for your crocodile? The search for a little crocodile named Charlie in different places is a delightful read-aloud. Can Charlie drive a car? Is he allowed to eat in restaurants? Is he dangerous? Where did he go? This book is perfect for kids learning English or German as their second language. Kids will learn different places, objects, and simple questions and answers, but mostly, they will cry out a loud “hooray” when the funny crocodile is discovered at the end. Where? Well, just read . . .

The print version of this book includes 4 extra pages for coloring!

Review By Erin Nicole Cochran for Readers' Favorite:

"Where Is My Little Crocodile? is a charming, fun-filled children's book by author Ingo Blum and illustrated by Antonio Pahetti. The premise is a young crocodile who can't be found and the narrator, who is one of the parents of said little crocodile, is searching for him in a number of places that might be odd to find a crocodile in, but which create a comical atmosphere for old and young alike. Although the book is only twenty-six pages, it does a lot in that small amount of space. Through the illustrations, we can get a sense of this world and it feels vivid and colorful. The tone of the narration is very easy to grasp and many children would be able to enjoy it. One of my favorite parts of Where Is My Little Crocodile? by author Ingo Blum and illustrator Antonio Pahetti is the section at the very end where the storybook doubles as a coloring book as well. I think that more children's books should double as a coloring book so that people who may not be able to afford many things for their children will be able to have a gift that gets their children to be active in pursuit of art. I feel that this delightful book would be great for all ages and that even adults would enjoy it as well. It calls to mind one of my own favorite childhood books, Are You My Mother? And anything that can remind me of that is a great book indeed!"