Why? Why? Why? Early Readers (Vol. 1): Dinosaurs
Wieso? Weshalb? Warum? Erstleser, Band 1: DinosaurierView all books in the series
- Simple texts for independent reading
- Detailed illustrations and photos make it easier to understand the text
- Features entertaining reading puzzles, a game and stickers
ContentHow did predatory dinosaurs hunt? Which dino had the most teeth? How were dinosaur babies born? And why are these giants extinct? In this book, early readers can explore the world of the prehistoric lizards independently. The texts are of manageable length and easy to understand, leading to quick reading success. Vivid illustrations and photos make it easier to understand the text.
About the SeriesShort, simple texts make independent reading child’s play. A variety of reading puzzles at the end of each chapter, a big reading quiz at the end, a cut-out reading bingo and a sticker page make for a unique blend of reading comprehension, factual knowledge and playing fun.
The AuthorCarola von Kessel worked as an editor for children’s and horse books before starting to write her own stories. She currently writes freelance for various publishers. She lives on a former farm on the Lower Rhine with her husband, her daughter and a number of horses.
The IllustratorKatharina Wieker was born in 1964, and even as a child she loved to draw. After completing a degree in animation, she worked in cartoon film studios for several years. In addition, she has been illustrating children's books since 1993, including several successful stories for beginning readers. Katherina Wieker lives with her daughter in Berlin.
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