The Wild Swans (Hebrew (Ivrit) - Arabic)

Bilingual children's picture book

Ulrich Renz

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Beschreibung

Bilingual children's picture book, age 4-6 and up (Hebrew (Ivrit) – Arabic)
'The Wild Swans' by Hans Christian Andersen is, with good reason, one of the world's most popular fairy tales. In its timeless form it addresses the issues out of which human dramas are made: fear, bravery, love, betrayal, separation and reunion. The present edition is a lovingly illustrated picture book recounting Andersen's fairy tale in a sensitive and child-friendly form. It has been translated into a multitude of languages and is available as a bilingual edition in all conceivable combinations of these languages.
► NEW: With pictures to color! A download link in the book gives you free access to the pictures from the story to color in.

Hans Christian Andersen was born in the Danish city of Odense in 1805, and died in 1875 in Copenhagen. He gained world fame with his literary fairy-tales such as "The Little Mermaid", "The Emperor's New Clothes" and "The Ugly Duckling". The tale at hand, "The Wild Swans", was first published in 1838. It has been translated into more than one hundred languages and adapted for a wide range of media including theater, film and musical.
Ulrich Renz was born in Stuttgart, Germany, in 1960. After studying French literature in Paris he graduated from medical school in Lübeck and worked as head of a scientific publishing company. He is now a writer of non-fiction books as well as children's fiction books.
Marc Robitzky, born in 1973, studied at the Technical School of Art in Hamburg and the Academy of Visual Arts in Frankfurt. He works as a freelance illustrator and communication designer in Aschaffenburg (Germany).

Produktdetails

Format ePUB i
Kopierschutz Ja i
Seitenzahl 48 (Printausgabe)
Altersempfehlung 4 - 8 Jahr(e)
Erscheinungsdatum 01.11.2019
Sprache Arabisch, Hebräisch
EAN 9783739971117
Verlag Sefa Verlag
Dateigröße 82807 KB
Illustrator Marc Robitzky
Übersetzer Seraa Haider, Elinor Tzvi-Minker, Inana Othman

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