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This bilingual children's story revolves around three friends: Titus the badger, Finn the falcon, and Shylow the fox. They are a fun group of misfits who love sailing. One day, they spot a lost calf on a distant shore and decide to help her find her family.

To embark on this adventure, the friends must build a big raft first. When the calf has some unpredictable requests, the friends must work together to avoid danger and bring the calf home safe.

This is a story of friendship, resilience, and trust, and it's told in a creative and imaginative way. Your kids will want to read it again and again!

Here's what makes this book special:

  • Each line is both in English and German and kid-friendly
  • The story is simple and suitable for early age learning
  • All the illustrations are original, creative and super fun
  • Plus, there are 5 extra pages for coloring and drawing

Kids are like sponges, they learn quickly and easily. With bilingual children's books, you set them up for success and expand their horizons from an early age! If you and your children like courageous animals, light-hearted jokes, and imaginative adventures, then you'll both love this charming story!

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Product Details
  • ISBN-13: 9781717832047
  • Publisher: Independently Published
  • Publisher Imprint: Independently Published
  • Height: 254 mm
  • No of Pages: 46
  • Series Title: Riverboat Series Bilingual Books
  • Weight: 131 gr
  • ISBN-10: 1717832040
  • Publisher Date: 02 Oct 2018
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Language: English
  • Returnable: N
  • Spine Width: 3 mm
  • Width: 178 mm

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