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At Le toboggan, we believe in offering quality language resources for children 0 to 18 years old.
Our kids’ books are carefully curated by Filipa to suit bilingual children, such as hers, children exposed to a foreign language and schools (Scotch College, Geelong College, Lyndhurst PS, Augusta PS, Al Siraat College, St Patrick’s College…). We promote multiculturalism and literacy by bringing world stories to young readers in English and in languages other than English.

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Book review: ‘Dara’s clever trap’

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In English, from 6yo. Dara is a Princess who loves to design and build houses, palaces, bridges… One day while she is away on a trip, 3 ministers of the king, her father, take advantage to trap Dara’s husband and get him sent away. When D

World Read Aloud Day 2018

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Happy World Read Aloud Day! What special book are you reading to or with your children today? We do a lot of reading at home, my children are too young to read by themselves but they love books. Today we are sharing a few tips to make reading a book

Multicultural children book day 2018

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Happy Multicultural children book day When you are passing on your language to your children, it is not just about words, but about stories, culture, food, a special bond… You are raising open-minded children who will see the world with more to

Book review: ‘I perché del corpo umano’

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In Italian, from 4yo. Great resource to teach basic facts about the body. It has fun illustrations and the facts are adapted to young learners. Do you know why our heart beats faster when we run? Why do we sweat? Perfect book to expand your childR

Book review: ‘A year in the city’

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In Polish, from 0yo. Beautifully illustrated, this large format picture board book will show you the changes that occur in the busy city month by month. Which is your favourite season? When the city in covered in snow or when the flowers blossom? for

Book review: ‘Tintin’ in Chinese

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In Chinese, from 8yo. Follow Tintin, Captain Haddock and Snowy’s adventures in 22 titles including: Tintin and the Picaros Tintin and the Castafiore Tintin: trip to the moon Tintin and the lotus flower Tintin in Tibet and many more… also

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Dutch Australian guest post: ‘Tips from a mother of trilingual children in Australia’

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This is a post we contributed to the Dutch Australian blog about tips on how to raise trilingual children in Australia. For the Dutch community living in Australia, this blog is a great place to find many resources. What tip would you share? Tips fro

Book review: ‘Arnaud Lahaut Astronaute’

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In French, from 0yo. Arnaud is fascinated with space and wants to become an Astronaut. Follow Arnaud’s day as he gets to travel in a rocket or is it only his imagination. Gorgeous small format book perfect little hands. For more information vis

Book review: ‘Was essen wir?’

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In German, from 2yo. Great book, very informative on what we eat? How does the food grow? Where does it come from? The format of the book makes it easier to take to the veggie patch in the backyard and get some theory and practice at the same time. F