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Six new children's books that make you want to read it

when Writing, the chip width is read enormously: Some six years back already regularly in your room to enjoy in books. Many of their Gspänli must series, however, the letters slowly together until the word makes sense – read you can also find exhausting. And a few do not care for written language.

"The differences in Development at this age is huge," says Britta Juska-Bacher of the Pädagogische Hochschule Bern. According to studies, around a third of children can read at the start of School words or even whole sentences. Parents need not Worry, if your daughter or your son is less than the classmates. "The ability to read, is not a question of direct Intelligence," explains Britta Juska-Bacher, the expert for reading is to learn. Of course, it need a minimum level of cognitive skills. But crucial factors, such as the linguistic development of the child, the promotion in the parental home, and whether there are older siblings who serve as role models, are usually.

The big challenge is that reading is at the beginning of a little Fun. How, for example, when skiing you have to suffer until you reach a certain amount of ease. What can we do as parents or grandparents, if you want to help the next generation get on with it? Britta Juska-Bacher says: "they should encourage Motivation." This means that instead of learning the Alphabet by heart, it brings more to show that behind the apparent lead exciting worlds deserts to hide.

you should not be wary of a supposedly second-rate texts, such as Comics. Maybe the girl or the Boy looks at the beginning, only the images, but with time, you will be interested in bubbles for the speech. In connection with the drawings, the decryption of the text is then relatively easy.

Here are six Reading tips:



the Books-hater to Bücherfan

For whom?
children from the age of four.

What is it about?
The picture book "I don't like books. Never. Never. Never." is perfectly thought out and bursting with imagination from the first page to the last. In the centre of Marla, who will always books given to is. You don't like books at all. However, in the course of the story she discovers how exciting word worlds. And you realize how bad it is, if you missed out on this. For example, if she ends up suddenly in the middle of a crime novel, and the resolution of the case, not to help may.

What is so great about it?
The story is very funny and the drawing is wonderfully implemented: The illustrations are part of the action. Parents and grandparents can "I don't like books. Never. Never. Never." either your kindergarten child read aloud and so the desire for stories to arouse. Or you give it to the school child, for yourself to watch and read.

E. Perry, S. Davey: "I don't like books. Never. Never. Never." Dragonfly, 32 p., approximately 18 Fr.



A curious Giraffe, and a wise child

For whom?
children aged six years and can already read a little bit.

What is it about?
Torkel, the Giraffe, has a lot of questions: Why are the leaves of the tree lying on the ground? The tree gets a bald head? The autumn is, perhaps, a disease? After explaining to the child, the second main character in the "Torkel", everything. The picture book is published in the "Tulipan ABC"series, which is aimed at first readers and first readers. The best-selling author Charlotte Habersack shows that you can also tell with a few simple sentences is an exciting, clever and funny story.

What is so great about it?
For once, the child has to answer all your questions. The large Giraffe is a bit helpless. That makes a lot of Fun – especially if you feel when you read even a little awkward. The drawings of the Illustrator Susanne Göhlich convey the same cheerful ease as the texts in the picture book.

Charlotte Habersack, Susanne Göhlich: "Torkel", Tulipan-Verlag, 48 p., about 15 Fr.



A sweet cat in a sweet story

For whom?
children over five years, the interest for reading.

What is it about?
The Lesezug-series of the publishing house G&G is aimed at girls and boys who want to learn to read. The books are divided into four chapters, whose level of difficulty increases. So the child reads in the first Chapter, only one sentence per page, the Rest belongs to the image. In the fourth Chapter, there are four lines of Text. In addition to the concept convinced in "Felix the cat finds a home" the story: Eager to follow the little cat that is looking for a place where you can feel comfortable. The book is written in the Austrian school font, which corresponds almost exactly to our base font.

What is so great about it?
The sensitive story and the drawings inspire. And at the end there is a mystery: The children need to assign captions to the correct picture. This makes reading practice more playful.

Ch. Auer, K. Nowothnig: "Felix the cat a home", G&G-Verlag, 52 PP. find, about 15 Fr.



A spooky journey through the city of Bern

For whom?
adventurous kids from the age of eight, which reading motivation is good for.

What is it about?
The publisher referred to "the Berns hidden stories" as an "interactive travel guide". It is not a book that wants to explicitly promote reading, but one that shows why it's worth it to be able to liquid to read. Beautifully drawn maps of the city through Bern's old town. The children have to find certain places. For example, Junker alley":" in the Chapter "Find a building with a large courtyard that looks like a lock in town." This is, of course, the Erlacherhof. Thus, school children learn something about history and geography.

What is so great about it?
The city plans to remind search of a treasure. In between telling the authors also legends from the history of the city. They interpret it very freely and children. Who likes it a little creepy, comes fully at its expense.

M. T. Lauper, J. Darling, J. Garrett: "Berns hidden stories", 48 PP., Bergli Books, approx. 22 Fr.



Bernese successful author Lorenz Pauli offers animal adventures

For whom?
children aged six years and can already read a little bit.

What is it about?
author: Lorenz Pauli Illustrator Kathrin Schärer, are known as a Duo, the award-winning children's books. 2017, for example, have received the two for their work "Rigo and Rosa," the Swiss children's and youth media prize. Now you have "On Sunday, as the Egg rose," a collection of three naughty stories for first readers and beginning readers published. The lyrics are all animals of rather-hearted and at times quite dangerous. Originally "After the Feast", "Wanda wants to get away" and "A bad story" in the folders of the Swiss youth writing work (SJW) appeared. This has set itself the goal to encourage children to read.

What is so great about it?
There is little Text and many images that immediately draw in the stories inside.

L. Pauli, K. Schärer: "On Sunday, as the Egg rose". Atlantis-Verlag, 112 PP., approx. 25 Fr.



Ideal for boys that are rather too cool for the read

For whom?
cool guys from nine years ago not to read so much.

What is it about?
"Real heroes" is a new series by best-selling author Charlotte Habersack. There are adventure stories that have played actually. The target audience is boys, obviously. So Caught up in the floods occur in the "Real hero" almost only boys: main character Louis Alexander and hurricane one Night secretly to the junkyard, although since the days before a storm is warned. The disaster occurs finally, and Louis needs to show everyone what he's made of.

What is so great about it?
The book is perfect for guys: The story is exciting, the boys identify with the main character, it's a typical boy topics, such as recognition among comrades, the chapters are short, and illustrations break up the Text. Who has time, can put down the book.

Ch. Habersack: "Real heroes – Caught in the high water," Dragonfly-Verlag, 160 p., approx. 10 Fr.

Created: 08.11.2019, 08:44 PM

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