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Irish Gaelic Edition Am I small Tamia is not sure and keeps asking various animals that she meets on her journey Eventually she finds the surprising answerReviews This is baby s favorite book Customer Review from the United States for children who enjoy lingering over pages full of magical creatures and whimsical details told in simple and engaging words and imaginative pictures Kirkus Reviews This has been my daughter s favourite book since she was 4 months old The sentences are nice and short so she doesn t lose interest in the pictures while I m reading each page Customer Review from the UK Muito legal esse livro Singelo, divertido e relacionado ao universo da crian a Bom pra desenvolver o vocabul rio As ilustra es s o lindas Meu filho adorou Customer Review from Brazil You are small or big depending on with what you relate to A simple cute book which exactly portrays this message Customer Review from India Muy buen libro infantil Din mico, org nico, perfecto para aprender en romaji De f cil lectura y con una protagonista realmente encantadora Customer Review from Mexico Beautifully illustrated and cleverly written Customer Review from Australia We are in love with this book I highly recommend this book Customer Review from the United States Written in a very simple way but with a profound message for both adults and kids Customer Review from the United States Whenever I have time to read to her, she wants this book And she repeats words That s insanely cute Customer Review from Canada Mia figlia di due anni e mezzo entusiasta dei disegni bellissimi e dei colori Apprezza anche le vicende di una bimba n grande n piccola ma giusta cos Customer Review from Italy My three year olds love it and the story s concept will grow with them for several years to come making it a keeper Customer Review from the U.S A nuestra hija le ha encantado Estamos muy satisfechos con la compra Customer Review from Spain I got this book to read with my granddaughters, one from the US and one from Portugal It is so incredibly cute They loved it, and I did too I highly recommend this book Customer Review from the U.S Ce petit livre est tout ce que j aime Le graphisme, les couleurs, tout y est magnifiquement soign , po tique et charmant Une merveille de beaut et de magie ne pas louper Customer Review from France My little boy loves this as a bedtime story It s colourful and quirky I thought it would be uninteresting to a child, to be read to in another language, but he asks for Bin ich klein and it melts my heart Customer Review from the United Kingdom I LOVED it Lots of repetition to help lil ones get used to structure and words Most importantly, it sends a good message about how being unique and different is good ESL Carissa readers will emerge from this book feeling slightly confident about themselves whatever their size ForeWord Clarion Reviews This is done with simplicity at its finest The art is whimsical, the message is clear and most of all my grandson loves it I would recommend this book to any child provider as part of their reading library Customer Review from the U.S LanguagesAvailable for every country in at least one official language....

Title : Tá mé beag?: Children's Picture Book (Irish Gaelic Edition)
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ISBN : 1511409762
ISBN13 : 978-1511409766
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Language : Irisch
Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform Auflage Large Print 23 M rz 2015
Number of Pages : 26 Seiten
File Size : 663 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Tá mé beag?: Children's Picture Book (Irish Gaelic Edition) Reviews

  • Kindle-Kunde
    2019-04-20 14:15

    Good pictures, standard text. My big concern is the language and translation. I'm not sure the grammar is correct. "Ta me beag?" should be "An bhfuil me beag?" (With fada letters, of course). Would like to hear author's opinion on this matter.I guess, he used Google Translation!Update: Strangely, the translation for Gaelic (Scottish) seems to be ok, what's wrong then with Irish?: