EBuch READ (Karius og Baktus) ✓ Thorbjørn Egner
Books 5 from me 25 ears ago This is a pretty obviously message book the message being to brush and not eat sweets For that type of book it was reasonably well done Even I a dentalophobe was not too icked out Frankly I found the cavity dwelling troll like brothers slightly sympathetic than bland boy Erik If Caveman Alien's Ransom: A SciFi BBW/Alien Fated Mates Romance (Caveman Aliens Book 1) you are a cavity reading this book the message forou is don t be overt than Edge of Chaos Sons of Chaos MC you can help Start proddingour host for giggles and ou ll end "up being filled by a demonic dentist with no whites to his "being filled by a demonic dentist with no whites to his A trip back to my childhood alongside my boy LiamAlthough it is 61 ears old I think this short story is still enjoyable for kids and able to push forward the moral of the importance of teeth care with a fun and humor Great art The story isn t much bigger than the basic concept A nice book to get oung kids worried about what might live in their mouths It took me a long time to read it in Norwegian but it was good practice It s a cute little story about two little guys who live in a boy s
Teeth Feeding On Candy feeding on candy sweets When the boy goes to the dentist their houses are destroyed and they have no cavities any to live in Next time the little boy brushes his teeth the two small guys are flushed into the sink and are eventually left floating at sea awaiting for the next person to come along so they can start living in that person s cavities This is a typical book ou ll find at the dentist next to all the posters of smiling people and guidebooks on how to properly brush our teeth It s cute and according to my Norwegian family it s a very popular children s book. N Jens' Mund so richtig wohl Keine Zahnbürste stört sie hier Süßigkeiten gibt es in Hülle und Fülle und in die Zähne haben sie sich prächtige Häuser geklopft Übermütig geworden treiben es die beiden Tunichtgute allzu bunt. .
READ Karius og BaktusBoth Karius and Baktus from there from JensErik s mouth But while important and es even an essential message regarding basic oral hygiene is indeed presented in and with Karius and Baktus it is also and frustratingly one that in my opinion could have been and really should have been presented with somewhat elegance and subtleness and "YES LESS STRANGELY CREEPY ACCOMPANYING ILLUSTRATIONS BUT THEN AGAIN "less strangely creepy accompanying illustrations but then again was likely the creep out factor of the illustrated Karius and Baktus which made me as a child so eager or at least increasingly eager to regularly brush my teeth as well as retain a lifelong aversion to strangely coloured red punk style hairdos Two and a half stars but es rounded up to a slight and low three star rating simply because Karius und Baktus did manage to achieve its goal for my childhood self did manage to encourage me to embrace and follow good and propter basic dental hygiene which I do both appreciate and much respect with regard to both Thorbj rn Egner s text and image combination And while I do realise that Karius und Baktus is seemingly also available in English as I have never read the book in English I am also both unwilling and unable to make any comments regarding the English language version and specifically whether the message of good of the importance of adeuate oral hygiene is as statically and as in my opinion preachily presented as in the German rendition I read as a child This book will make any child brush their teeth And it s a hilarious read It s among the classics that ought to live in any child s bookshelf along with Astrid Lindgren Nd Baktus Das waren vielleicht ein paar wunderliche Namen aber es waren auch ein paar wunderliche Burschen Sie waren so winzig klein dass man sie nur durch ein starkes Vergrößerungsglas sehen konnteKarius und Baktus fühlen sich Norwegian children s book about Plaue and Bacteria that live in the mouth of a boy named Jens They build their homes by hacking holes in his teeth All goes well for the 2 little fellows as they eat the sweets left behind and never have to worry about him brushing "Then one day his tooth starts to hurt and he goes to the dentist Karius and Baktus beautiful "one day his tooth starts to hurt and he goes to the dentist Karius and Baktus beautiful are destroyed and they are swished down the drain and out to sea There they wait for another mouth to move into of a kid that only eats sweets and doesn t like to brush Great little book I had
It As A Child Andas a child and it immensely In a fun way it teaches children a good lesson to take care of their teeth and not overindulge in sweets This was one of my childhood favourites I only vaguely remember the specific details and storyline of Thorbj rn Egner s 1958 Karius und Baktus from when I was a child which I read in German translation at around the age of eight or so the original being in Norwegian and titled Karius og Baktus And while both Egner s text and his accompanying images never did all that much appeal to me as a child reader and still do not really they did indeed post my childhood perusal manage to encourage me to regularly brush my teeth which I guess is the purpose behind Karius und Baktus behind their exploits and to show how a constant diet of sugary treats and little to no dental hygiene has caused oung JensErik s mouth to basically be utterly invaded by the pair of painfully mischievous imps until a visit to the dentist and multiple uncomfortable fillings make an end of this and permanently expel. Der Klassiker zum Thema ZähneputzenEs war einmal ein Junge und das war Jens Er hatte Zähne im Mund und das haben wir ja alle Aber Jens hatte in einem Zahn ein Loch und in dem Loch wohnten zwei winzige Burschen die hießen Karius