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First hundred words in German

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About this book

First hundred words
First hundred words in German

  • Young children can learn key German vocabulary in this German/English word book, with one hundred everyday words illustrated in busy scenes and with labelled pictures.
  • Colourful illustrations by Stephen Cartwright provide lots to look at and talk about, and there’s a little yellow duck to find on each double page.
  • Includes an alphabetical German/English word list with easy-to-use pronunciation guide. Children can also listen to all the words read aloud by a native German speaker at the Usborne Quicklinks website.

Heather Amery

Heather Amery was born and brought up in Bath, Somerset. Heather has written over a hundred books for children, including alphabet books, science and history books, craft books, classical fairy tales, a series for beginner readers called Farmyard Tales, Bible stories, and Greek Myths. She has also compiled word books, song books, and books of poetry.


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