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Ich esse gerne Obst und Gemüse I Love to Eat Fruits and Vegetables (german english childrens book, bilingual german books for kids,Kids german book) (German … Bilingual Collection) (German Edition)

by Shelley Admont

German English Bilingual Book. Perfect for kids studying English or German as their second language.

Jimmy, der kleine Hase, isst gerne Sü�igkeiten. Er schleicht in die Küche, um eine Tüte mit Sü�igkeiten zu finden, die im Schrank versteckt war. Was passiert, gleich nachdem Jimmy hinaufklettert, um an die Tüte mit Sü�igkeiten heranzukommen? Du wirst es herausfinden, wenn du dieses illustrierte Kinderbuch liest. Seit diesem Tag fängt er an, gesunde Essgewohnheiten zu entwickeln und isst sogar gern sein Obst und Gemüse.

Jimmy, the little bunny, likes to eat candy. He sneaks into the kitchen to find a bag with candies that was hidden inside the cupboard. What happens right after Jimmy climbs up to reach the bag of candy? You will find out when you read this illustrated children’s book. Since that day, he starts to develop healthy eating habits and even likes to eat his fruits and vegetables.



Mishpocheh

by Nancy Alvarez

A well-known writer returns to her high school to thank her English teacher, Jen, for all she learned about the craft of writing from her. A strong bond develops between the two women who quickly discover similarity in their family histories. The two agree on an intriguing concept: creating a novel about a poor immigrant family from the Polish Ukraine juxtaposed with a family from upper middle class, cultured Vienna. The â??novel’ takes teenaged Adelaide from performing with Enrico Caruso in Vienna to New York, where her parents send her so that she might have a â??normal’ life in an arranged marriage with gregarious Simon. There she struggles to find a literal voice for herself while fulfilling her duties as his wife and the mother of their two daughters. Unfortunately, Simon suffers an early death in the bed of another woman, and Ruth, the younger daughter, has to give up her studies at Hunter College, which completely changes the trajectory of her life. Mishpocheh also follows Yetta and Noah Unger from their tiny shtetl in the Ukrainian countryside to New Jersey, where they believe they will find a better life for their growing family. We only learn how the lives of these two disparate families will intersect at the end of the novel. The book spans several generations of both families.



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