Sleep Tight, Little Wolf

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Sleep Tight, Little Wolf is the name of a bilingual book, published by a German publisher "Sefa Verlag". It was written by Ulrich Renz, drawings were made by Barbara Brinkmann. The book is available in over 60 languages of which two can be picked to form a bilingual book.

The book is written for children of ages between 2 and 4. It tells the story of a little boy who leaves his home to search for his soft toy wolf. At the playground, he encounters some of his friends.

Klingon version

On December 3rd 2019, a Klingon version was published, translated and narrated by Lieven L. Litaer.(1) The Klingon audio version can be heard on a YouTube video. (2)

It should be noted that ngavyaw' is not a literal translation for "wolf", it's just the closest one can get. ngavyaw' is defined as a large dog-like creature, larger than a qovIj, which is a smaller dog-like creature. Neither of these two words are exactly usable for "dog", nor "wolf".

Details

Author Ulrich Renz
Translator Lieven L. Litaer
Published December 2, 2019
Publisher Sefa Verlag
ISBN-10 3739910690
Pages 40
Size 216 x 279 mm
Weight 168 g

See also

References

1 : Bedtime story translated into Klingon, communitynews.au, published December 9, 2019

2 : Sleep Tight, Little Wolf – in Klingon on YouTube, uploaded December 3, 2019

External links

Category: Translation    Latest edit: 15 Dec 2019, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 03 Dec 2019 by KlingonTeacher
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