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MUSILIB Library for Children in Europe
e-Books and Music
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You can see the e-books when you scroll down.
 
Each e-book is in the original language as well as in
Czech, English, Finnish, French, Greek, Italian, Swedish and Turkish.
The stories are also read in the original language (audiofiles).

You will find the stories and their beautiful illustrations,
along with the music soundtrack and a still image video of each story.  

 
HOW TO USE THE E-LIBRARY:

·   Click on ‘Original Language and Music Set’ to have the e-book, the pdf,
the story reading,some words (to use in the MultiLib activities), the Soundtrack
 
·  Click on any of the language version to have the e-book pdf in that language    


 Enjoy !
Traditional
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Stories
Title
Original Language
and music set
English
Czech
Finnish
French
Greek
Italian
Swedish
Turkey
Armenian
The Foolish Man
French
The Devil’s Castle
Czech
Little Stumpy
English
The Happy Prince
Finnish
The Birch And The Star
Greek
Erocritos
Creole
The little girl and the orange tree
Kurdish
The fox and the stork
Russian
The Crane and the Egret
Swedish
We are unique
Syrian
Lying Shepherd
Tibetan
Two Storks and a Tortoise
Turkish
Bald Boy and the Emperor’s Daughter
Modern
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Stories
Title
Original Language
and music set
English
Czech
Finnish
French
Greek
Italian
Swedish
Turkey
Armenian
The Most Useful Work
French
Why the Colour Green is Green
Czech
What happens while I’m sleeping
English
The Hammock
Finnish
The Bad Wolf And The Two Best Friends
Greek
Karagiozis And Economic Development
Creole
Ti Pan
Kurdish
The colour of a butterfly
Russian
Little Pig and His Friends
Swedish
Doris
Syrian
The Herd of Deer
Tibetan
Choden from Tibet
Turkish
Ahmet and the Ant
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