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Zu groß! Zu klein! – Too Big! Too Small! German

Zu groß! Zu klein!, Too Big! Too Small! GermanZu groß! Zu klein! – Too Big! Too Small! in German, Shanu is neither big enough nor small enough to do things? Confused she wonders is their anything she can do in her size? This is a German Level 1 book brought to us by Pratham’s Storyweaver under creative commons.

Author: Lavanya Karthik Illustrator: Lavanya Karthik

 

 

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Zu groß! Zu klein!, Too Big! Too Small! German“Ich kann dich
nicht hochheben,
Shanu!”,
sagt Mama.

“Du bist zu GROSS!”

“Du kannst
nicht alleine
zur Schule gehen,
Shanu!”, sagt Papa.

“Du bist zu klein!”

“Du kannst nicht
im Kinderbett
schlafen, Shanu!”,
sagt Opa.

“Du bist zu GROSS!”

 

Zu groß! Zu klein!, Too Big! Too Small! German“Du kannst
das Baby nicht in
den Park bringen,
Shanu!”, sagt Oma.
“Du bist zu klein!”

Shanu ist verwirrt.
Zu GROSS ! Zu klein !
Wie kann sie zugleich
zu GROSS
und
zu klein sein?

 

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Zu groß! Zu klein! in English Version below

Too Big! Too Small!, A growing up storyToo Big! Too Small! – A growing up story

In Too Big! Too Small! Shanu finds she is too big or too small for so many things, then her family shows her what she is big enough and small enough to do. A growing-up story that tells about big and small in a friendly repetitive way, suitable for young children and early readers.

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