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... liegt der Schwerpunkt auf Herausforderungen des Alltags, die Eltern und ihre Kinder zu meistern haben.

Außerdem eine mysteriöse Kurzgeschichte von Norman Nekro, ein Beitrag über E-Books für Kinder, das „Making-of“ von zwei Büchern und mehr.

An diesem Band haben mitgearbeitet: Norman Nekro, Tine Sprandel, R.d.V.Heldt, Melanie Minio und die Qindie-AutorInnen Annemarie Nikolaus, Eva Markert und Peter Haas. 

 Inhalt:

Kurzgeschichte: „Weihnacht im Tal“

Kinder können kochen – man muss sie nur lassen

Gedanken über das Reisen mit kleinen Kindern in exotische Länder

Das gab’s doch schon immer! - Mobbing und Stalking in der Schule

Thema: Sind E-Books für Kinder sinnvoll?

Besprechungen zu:  Philip Kiefer: „Spezialwissen für junge Detektive: Geheime Botschaften“ und Manfred Rehor; „Der Nebelkontinent“

Bücher-Blog:  Chias Bücherecke

AutorInnen im Gespräch: Uwe Kullnick

Bücher und wie sie entstehen: Tine Sprandel: „ Ungerecht!“ und Jan Müller, Raymonde Guidotti: „Polepole auf Schatzsuche“

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Publisher
Annemarie Nikolaus
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Published on
Sep 30, 2014
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Pages
86
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ISBN
9781500971991
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Genres
Juvenile Fiction / General
Juvenile Fiction / Readers / Beginner
Juvenile Fiction / Readers / Intermediate
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Content Protection
This content is DRM free.
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Read Aloud
Available on Android devices
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Eligible for Family Library

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