Ya malen'kaya?: Rasskaz v kartinkakh Philipp Winterberg i Nadja Wichmann (Russian Edition) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-05-15 
Review Score: 3 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings

"私、小さい? Nice short children's book

This is a nice little book not only for children but also adults like myself that occasionally enjoy children's picture books. The illustrations are lovely I had a wonderful time enjoying the few minutes of this simple story mainly because of the nice artwork.

I cannot comment on how well the Japanese translation is as I am only a beginner to the language.
The only reason why I gave 4 stars instead of 5 is because of the lacking of Furigana. Especially if it's a story for children. Kanji like 微視的 can be difficult.
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"Read in Kindle Unlimited, but will probably get it as paperback or hardcover if available.

The cover shows only very little of the amazing art inside. It's not only illustrations. The double pages could stand as paintings on their own. The story is very simple. The little girl compares herself to larger things and smaller things, proving that she is not just one denomination. Also it's bilingual which is great.
I love that the text is part of the illustrations too. Sometimes is a bit small but still it works.
Tres bien. C'est tres jolie.
" said.

"This book is adorable. Illustrations are imaginative and colorful. However, you won't learn many (or any) new words in this book - which is why I was reading it - as all of the sentences are variations of "Am I little? I am very little! Tiny!" Or "Am I big? I am large! Gigantic!" et cetera. I guess you'll get some synonyms for big and little out of it, but a lot of the words are like - well they seem like slang? Maybe slang isn't the right word. But like, while microscopic is a word I'll likely hardly ever use, it's at least a real word, whereas "Teeny-Weeny" I'm not so sure.

For some reason, I ordered this from Amazon, and I got a regular Swedish copy, and a dual language copy of Swedish and English!! Came in really handy because I'm not sure Google Translate could have handled some of the "teeny-weeny" kind of words appropriately.

Overall I think this one was too low a reading level for the level of Swedish I'm at.
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" I love it!This is a fun way to teach or learn German as a foreign language. I am 30 and enjoyed it " said.

" Energetic illustrations! Great way for kids (adults too) to learn French. " said.

" This was so cute!My kids and I loved this, and the pictures are adorable! Very good for young kids who are learning French. " said.

" Cute book, and a good teaching resource. Well worth the 99 cents I paid for it. " said.

" I read the Dutch English version. It's a very simple book, only a couple of words per page and plenty of repetition. Perfect for someone starting a language but probably more appropriate for a bilingual child rather than an adult " said.

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