Published on 20/06/12 at 22:43:31 GMT by Redaksjonen
Karius and Baktus has played a major role for several generations of children in Norway in other countries, both in terms of reading pleasure and dental hygiene.
On the occasion of Thorbjørn Egner's centenary launch Cappelen publishers new bilingual editions of Karius and Baktus both Norwegian / Somali and Norwegian / Urdu, and makes an important bit of Norwegian children's available to new readers. Karius and Baktus Norwegian-Somali, both Norwegian and Somali text, and the beloved illustrations to Thorbjørn Egner.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of Thorbjørn Egner was born. Several of Egner's children's book published this treasure as anniversary editions and in the autumn launch bilingual editions of Karius and Baktus both Norwegian / Somali and Norwegian / Urdu.
Classic Karius and Baktus is also the pop-up book, and that app Other editions which the publisher releases in connection with the anniversary, various editions from reading books - including the stories and shows 1 and 2, both individually and collected in a commemorative box. Karius and Baktus and Da per cow was being released together in series Living book, which combines audio and video on the screen. Tommy and elephant and Ole Jakop the city tour will also be collected as a living book.
Karius and Baktus, photo: Cappelen
And now, children are also pleased to hear and see Karius and Baktus on the iPhone or iPad.
Submitted reports that Karius and Baktus and other classics will also come in this new digital edition app app is adapted to both the iPhone and the iPad, and offers the familiar voices we associate the suitable universe. Above the pictures is where the sound recording Thorbjørn Egner read and Kari Diesen and Turid Haaland has the votes to tooth trolls. The publisher has added a few animations and zoomed in the illustrations, but essentially it's all as before - only on a new platform.
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