von: Claas Janssen
erschienen: B3 Verlag
For adults there are already many nice opportunities to explore Frankfurt in book form. Whether you are looking for a general guide or a city guide specializing in special aspects, the Main metropolis always offers enough material for interesting, entertaining and simply beautiful books that make you want to rediscover the city. Now, finally, children are also getting interested in Frankfurt. Because "Das tolle Frankfurt Kinder-Malbuch" by Claas Janssen offers children from the age of 6 the opportunity to get to know the city on the Main in all its facets in a playful and creative way.
>Young readers can build their own small Messeturm, think about which trains are standing on the tracks of the main station or make assumptions about who or what is going on in the depths of the Main. The journey in the Äppelwoi-Express, a visit to the Palmengarten or the Kleinmarkthalle can also be supplemented with your own ideas.
Small games, such as a maze to the Goetheturm or assembling a dinosaur in the Senckenberg Museum, also provide a lot of fun for young Frankfurters. And those who have travelled from English-speaking countries will also enjoy the pleasure of this book, as the appendix contains an English translation of all the accompanying texts.
Painting, tinkering, supplementing and simply letting your imagination run wild - all this is possible with "Das molle Frankfurt Kinder-Malbuch" in an extremely charming and lovingly designed way - and always with a good portion of humour. Even as an adult you have to pull yourself together so that you don't rip the book out of the little ones' hands in order to take part yourself!
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