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Jak krtek uzdravil Myšku
(How the Mole cured the Mouse)
By Hana Doskocilová, Illustrated by Zdenek Miler
Published by Albatros, 1993
There is nothing better than having a friend and the Mole has one, the Mouse. But one day the Mouse falls ill. Her friend sets out on a long journey across all the world to find her medicine.
O nejbohatším vrabci na svete
(The wealthiest sparrow in the world)
By Eduard Petiška, Illustrated by Zdenek Miler
Published by Knižní klub 2006
Profusely illustrated book that tells the story of a greedy sparrow who gets into trouble due to his greed. Luckily, help comes in the nick of time and he learns the value of true friendship.
(The adventures of Littleman)
By Pavel Teisinger, Illustrated by Josef Lamka
Published by Albatros 2009
Littleman’ is a boy who lives in prehistoric times, he has many adventures in discovering a new world.He discovers many new and useful things, such as how to make fire and make friends with a dog.
Jak jel Vítek do Prahy. Vítek je zase doma. Vítek na výletě
(How Vitek went to Prague. Vitek home again. Vitek went on a trip)
By Bohumil Ríha, Illustrated by Adolf Born
Published by Axioma 2008
The book relates the adventures of Vitek, a schoolboy. During his holidays he goes on his own to visit his relatives in Prague. He also has adventures in his hometown and on a bike trip to a neighbouring village.
V lese i na louce od jara do zimy
(The forest and meadows the whole year round)
By Alena Schejbalová, Illustrated by Vendula Hegerová
Published by Pierot 2009
A funny story about the lives of forest animals. For the youngest readers the book is designed to make them aware of nature and the need to protect it. The nouns are replaced by colourful pictures.
Velká kniha ceských ríkadel
(The Big book of Czech rhymes)
By anonymous, Illustrated by Josef Lada
Published by Fragment 2008
Beautifully illustrated by Josef Lada. This is a selection of the most popular and traditional Czech poems and songs that mothers will recite and sing with their children from their earliest days.
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