On April 12, 2011, the revised new edition of the successful can is published children’s book ‘Emma’s chocolate’ Stephan Sigg. For the new edition, the author has implemented especially feedback of its readers and readers: new teaching ideas respond more to the plot of the book and help the children to understand the story of Emma and Natasha. In addition, two new modules deal with fair trade products. The background data to chocolate and cocoa have been updated. But the story itself received a current note: no longer Jeanette Biedermann, but Lady Gaga thrilled the small n. For teaching in grades 4-6. From the age of 9. To order (order No.
550108, 8.50) at the MVG at or by phone 0241 / 479 86-100. Content: the small Natasha wants to help out in the chocolate shop of her aunt Emma. But all of a sudden it disappeared! There arises an ominous video message: A worse suspicions about the cultivation of cocoa have led them to South America. A funny and exciting story about chocolate, the cocoa and what distinguishes conventional chocolate from fair-trade chocolate. In cooperation with the seal organization TransFair / edited fair trade Germany.
Includes background information and numerous new didactic suggestions for teaching in grades 4-6. From the age of 9. The children’s book author Stephan Sigg lives and works in Rheinbeck in the Switzerland.