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Good point but since my first foreign language was English that was actually what I did. But there are good German books for children. I wouldn't start with a literary novel in a foreign language, go for things like poems, short stories and young adult novels instead. I ordered a bunch of children's books in German from bookdepository. Im hoping its easy enough to read.

I wanted a story that was easy enough for German beginners but a plot that could keep an adult entertained. Id be interested to hear what others first books were that they read, in any language, from only using Duo. It's for very young kids, but was just about my speed. I've been trying to read one called "Ronja und der Weinachtsman" for a year or so but I'm just not up to that level yet, not even on the Kindle where I can easily look up words I don't know.

Some day!

Gotta keep practicing. I felt so happy when I finished it. I just couldn't believe how far I had come. Im only A1 level at reading at the moment but to be fair I am only half way through my tree. How good are the kindles.

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When I bought it it was for reading in direct sunlight which I can't do on the iPad. I had no idea i could install a german dictionary and read german books on it without having to physically look up each word, instead just having to click on the words. Its so great!!! Ive actually just made a post on the forum about finding german childrens ebooks. Thanks for the inspiration :. Amazon is a treasure trove for language learners!

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Many of the books are in e-format and very reasonable in cost as well. I get the gist of everything, and of course the pictures help a lot, but there's some vocab in there that I will need more time to digest. I also find that reading out loud is a great help; my old French teacher in junior high started me on that.

I read German children's books to my cat I make her earn her three square meals a day! I wonder if being from Australia is causing the problem. In the past i have not been able to buy things from Amazon and get them delivered to Australia but I would've thought ebooks wouldn't be a problem as its just a download!

That's so sad! I don't know anything about how Amazon works in non-US locales but it does seem as though something like a download should work. I hope they improve their service to other countries; the market is certainly there and it would be well worth their while. Yep, I've taken the tree really slowly and always tried to keep it gold. I also practise my duo vocabulary with memrise so I think that helped to drill it it in further. I don't want anyone to get the wrong idea. I didn't comprehend the book like I would an English book and there were tons of things I didn't know the exact meaning of but I still understood more than I thought was possible.

I've found that aiming more for a general understanding than for getting each and every word is perfectly acceptable in reading a second or third, or fourth I just keep going and if I get the basic idea I figure I'm okay. Afterwards I can go back and mine for some new vocab.

Good job! I have also finished reading my first book in Italian "Il Piccolo Principe" by Saint-Exupery and understood about 90 percent of it.

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I have gained valuable practice on Duo by keeping going over again and again until i get a near perfect score on Timed Practice. I finished my Italian tree after keeping up a streak of and achieving Level I am now ready to move on to the translations! Thank you Duo for making it fun, exciting, challenging and above all effective.

Would love to hear any comments or suggestions from the DL community. I always love hearing stories about what other people have done to help with their language learning.

Charlie Und Die Schokoladenfabrik (Das Buch Zum Film) (German Edition)

I laughed when I read what title you read. I just bought this book as my first "big" read book for German too. You've motivated me to start it today! I bought "Der Pate", or the Godfather, and am anxious to finish it. Below is a list of the best books I found on my journey to Germanhood to be particularly useful and engaging to my n00b language learning brain.


Possibly the first if not then one of the first of all the books I nabbed for learning German. This book is fantastic , although not particularly special for its storytelling, the language used is simple and whenever a more complex or unusual word is used it is emboldened and kindly referenced at the end of the chapter along with a basic English translation. Another learning aid contained within this book is the multiple choice questions found after each chapter, these are useful in finding out how much you understood of the story and the language used.