Peter (an American mouse) visits Germany and stays with Fritz in Munich. The two go to school, but also travel throughout Germany and experience different aspects of German culture. Every month Fritz writes a letter to Susie (their friend in Maine), telling her about his many adventures traveling to visit King Ludwig;#39;s castle, Mozart;#39;s house in Salzburg and the Oktoberfest. Engaging cartoon illustrations by artist Peter Tracy depict Peter, Fritz and friends dining onWiener Schnitzel/emand pretzels, enjoying themselves in Bavaria, mountain-climbing, visiting a museum and having a good mouse time! This German reader is written in the past tense, since this is an important grammar point taught in a second-year German class. Each chapter inBriefe an Susie/emincludes content questions, and there is a complete German-English glossary at the end of the book. Level 2br /Unique Words: extensivebr /Tense(s): multiplebr /Glossary: yesCopyright 2010. German. Level 2. 67 pages. Print Book: 5 x 7 inches. Softcover. The Activity Packet aligns to the reader. Includes chapter-by-chapter questions, fill-in-the-blank activities, crossword puzzles, map activities, and more. Copyright 2013. English. German. Level 2. Reproducible. 24 pages + answer key. Activity Packet Download: PDF. Adobe Reader required to view PDF. Print Activity Packet: Loose-leaf paper. 8 x 11 inches. img alt=”” src=”//aedownload.net/teachersdiscovery/images/Fabiola_Canale_German_Reader.jpg” style=”float: left; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid; margin: 0px 6px; height: 135px; padding-right: 10px;” /About the Author Fabiola Canale/ was raised by German parents living in Venezuela. She has lived all over the United States, and currently resides in Colorado. She has been teaching and writing stories for her students for many years. While she truly loves cooking, reading, and watching TV, her favorite free-time activities are working out and hiking with her husband. She wishes she could live in Maine, just like the mice in her books.