By Laura Eidt
Level 3 -
Did you know that in the German version of Cinderella, there is no fairy godmother and no carriage with mice? And do you know the tale of the little tailor who became king, all because he hit seven flies with one stroke? Or the legend of Siegfried the dragon slayer and his fatal betrayal? Or that of the Swiss national hero Wilhelm Tell who shot an apple from his son’s head and freed the country from its tyrannical ruler?
Teacher's Guide available for purchase here.
This volume presents a lively retelling of ten traditional German fairy tales and legends in simple language that nevertheless retains the length, repetitive structures, and many phrases from the originals. Come immerse yourself in the world of evil stepmothers, dragons, pirates, rat-catchers, giants, and bewitched fish!
See Märchen und Legenden Sample and Glossary.
Bulk discount: $1 discount per book for quantities of 20 or more.