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Das Märchen von den Dummen und den Schlauen

Die Bewohner der Stadt Schilda stellen sich wirklich dumm an: Sie bauen ein Rathaus ohne Fenster, halten Gericht über einen Krebs und zünden aus Angst vor einer harmlosen Katze die ganze Stadt an. Aber waren die Schildbürger wirklich so naiv oder haben sie nur so getan, als wären sie es? Und was ist eigentlich aus ihnen geworden?
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60 pages
Published 2004 by Atrium-Verlag (first published 1954)
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"Ich glaube, ich hab's." "Nun?" "In unserem neuen Rathaus", fuhr der Schneider bedächtig fort, "ist kein Licht!". Da sperrten sie Mund und Nase auf und nickten zwanzigmal. Der Schneider hatte recht. Im Rathaus war es finster, weil kein Licht drin war!

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Erich Kästner (1899 – 1974) was a German author, poet, screenwriter and satirist, known for his humorous, socially astute poetry and children's literature.

A stout pacifist and democrat, he was expelled from the national writers' guild during the Nazi era, with many of his books being burned in public. Today, he is widely regarded as one of Germany's most prolific and beloved children's book author
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