When two quarrel, the third rejoices. That’s also the case in this beautiful book, which is about sharing, arguing and being outwitted.
The bear finds three tasty mushrooms on his way home through the woods. His friend, the weasel, immediately braises them in the heavy frying pan. But then the two friends have a problem: Three mushrooms for two? How’s that to work? Both come up with one argument after another, as to why each should have more than the other one:
I found them! I have prepared them.
But with my recipe. I like mushrooms much more than you!
I am bigger! I am still growing …
Until the cunning fox suddenly comes around the corner and snatches one of the mushrooms.
He has stolen our mushroom!
At the same time, this solves their problem and peace ensues.
If it wasn’t for the weasel serving a dessert: Three wild strawberries …
- Leipzig Reading Compass 2018
Moritz Verlag | hc | 36 pp | 175 x 245 mm | 2018 | 4+
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[original title: Zwei für mich, einer für dich]
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