WEFOUNDThe German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Volume 2

You were learning a language but it didn’t feel like work. You were so excited about the new characters, places, stories and information you were getting from books, you didn’t even realize that your brain was doing heavy lifting!

The trick to learning a new language is to replicate that childhood excitement that helped you learn your mother tongue. Meaty characters and juicy plots can do a lot to spice up the language learning process.

If you immerse yourself in an enthralling story written in German, suddenly studying will seem a lot less like work and a lot more like fun. You won’t be tempted to quit German before you can say more than “ auf Wiedersehen .”
Are There Fun German Books for Lower Level Learners? The short answer is: yes. One option is to read a German children’s book , either written originally in German or translated from another language into Deutsch .