Designed to help readers learn new languages, it is available in a range of bilingual editions, including this German-English edition. The home page has links and tips for language learning and traveling abroad.
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About the Author
"Catherine's Travels" is an historic novel that takes place in Missouri during the 1800's. Catherine and her family flee war torn Austria seeking a new life in America. Disaster strikes and Catherine finds herself alone in the wilderness.
"Catherine's Travels Book 2 ~ Lawson's Search" After Lawson's beautiful wife, Catherine, is kidnapped he embarks on a search that will take him across the United States, over the Rocky Mountains and into the land of the Navajo. Catherine will take a terrifying, yet rewarding journey with her husband's starch enemy. Blue Eyes goes on a vision quest that will change his life forever.
Adele is an artist as well as a published author. Her books are currently available through her web site (http://www.creationsbycrouch.com ), and on Kindle and Amazon.
Creations by Crouch is making an attempt to produce bilingual books that will not only assist people in learning the language of their choice, but also to preserve (in some small way) languages that are in danger of becoming extinct. With that in mind, Adele is always on the lookout for translators of new and endangered languages. Please feel free to contact Adele if you are a native speaker of any Native American languages.
Adele's children's books have become popular with English as a second language students and foreign language students all over the world and are on the top 10 list of ESL study material on Amazon. Her website is filled with study material to help people study foreign languages. It includes - vocabulary lists, MP3 files, and even has a list of the questions you need to know to pass the US citizenship exam. All of this is free to the viewer. See: www.creationsbycrouch.com
If you wish to contact Adele, you can email: Adele@creationsbycrouch.com
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I like how the book had lines of English and then lines of German.