The number of children's books available in translation from UK publishers

7th July 2006 at 01:00
The number of children's books available in translation from UK publishers is slowly increasing, but some schools can't wait. Louisa Barnett, Kitty Geddes and Lizzie Scott, German A2 students at Tudor Hall school near Banbury, have worked with their German teacher Diana Hughes to publish their own translation of a regular set text: Ich fuehl mich so 5050 (The Fifty-Fifty Feeling), Karin Konig's teenage novel set in Germany at the time of the collapse of the Berlin Wall. Order through authorhouse.co.uk

for pound;6: click on Book Shop, then insert the title or Diana Hughes).

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