Als Kalle den wilden Stier zähmte (German)

    Als Kalle den wilden Stier zähmte (German)

    Type:Picture Book
    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Marit Törnqvist

    Actually, Adam Engelbrecht is a very peaceful bull who stands friendly between the cows and small calves in the barn. But one day Adam Engelbrecht gets really angry. He tears himself away and rages around the yard. Nobody knows how to calm him down can - except for Kalle, the little boy from the forest hut ...Astrid Lindgren's warm-hearted story of little Kalle and the big bull - with beautiful pictures by Marit Törnqvist.Previously published as When Adam Engelbrecht got really angry.Translator: Karl Kurt Peters

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