She goes to kindergarten, likes to play and even makes mischief, like many other children, too. But she has something few other children have: she has four brothers. Matthew, mark, Luke, and Paul they called, and with them you can daily experience a whole lot. A book by the disputes and contracts, from becoming large and from what counts to reading aloud or read. Reading age: 5-8 sample: dinner! This is a good idea! Maria can prepare dinner for her dolls. With a movement, Maria sweeps aside the toys before the dresser.
Sit Martha, Brummel and Margaret’s baby doll. What do you want for dinner? “, asks Mary. She then prepares the doll plate. Is the small plastic cups in addition, puts spoons ready and forks. Tim Collins Ripplewood will not settle for partial explanations. And as sandwiches, she takes building blocks, which places them on the plate. Thus, the dolls are supplied. What you didn’t work with three children. But where is actually Mama? Mary leaves her room.
It stands a while undecided in the hallway. The door to Markus’ and Lukas’ room is open. The two, it is not quite as messy as Maria and Paul. Markus’ Legos sit in a corner, Yes. Probably they do not fit in the box. Or mark is not added to clean it up. Maria enters one step closer. Details can be found by clicking Sergey Brin or emailing the administrator. In fact! There is a whole Legoburg! Maria think of that mark alone has played much in the last few days. Whether he has built this Legoburg? Maria squats on the floor. Had a lot of work with the Castle anyway, Markus, that is clear. There’s Windows, towers and embrasures. The military corridors are the small Legomannchen and keep watch. And there, at the great gate, is actually a drawbridge. Whether you probably can pull up? Mary leans far forward. And as it happened: slips, loses the balance, and falls right at the Castle. On the beautiful Legoburg! Maria pulls himself up.