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Book review: ‘Fantastique Monsieur Renard’

In French, from 8yo.

Listen to this classic tale as it is a great way to practice French listening skills.

There is no way to catch Mr Fox who keeps stealing from his 3 mean neighbours. Could he still outfox them when the three farmers join forces to punish him. What will be his plan to save his family of the danger?

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Book review: ‘The Mother of Monsters’

In English, from 5yo.

A story from South Africa. Ntombi is a fearless princess who wants to jump, run, sing and shout. Her fatehr wants her to marry but she refuses to do it before she saw the Illulange river where the Mother of Monsters live!

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Book review: ‘The Dragon’s tears’

Bilingual English-Portuguese, English-French, from 8yo.

Do you know why the 24 lakes of the river Min are called the Dragon’s tears? When Chun Li releases the golden fish he just caught, he is rewarded with a magic pearl. Th gift has the power to multiply things. Chun Li and his mother decide to share their good fortune, this when trouble starts…

Moving story that touches themes such as poverty, wealth, joy and sorrow.

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Book review: ‘Good night stories – into small ears’

In Chinese, from 1yo.

10 short, cute and warm stories perfect for bedtime. Your little one will love the colourful illustrations and the animal stories.

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Book review: ‘El increible viaje de la abuela’

In Spanish, from 4yo.

Grandma Rosa is incredible. She has travelled 7 times around the world. She lived exciting adventures. Are all of those adventures even possible? Let’s listen to her narrating her trips.

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Book review: ‘Pierre et le taxi’

In French, from 4yo.

Pierre is secretly in love with Melissa and is hoping for an adventure. He wants to give her the moon. He catches a taxi that will take him to a fantastic country. Will he impress Melissa with the moon?

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Book review: ‘Las pequenas y grandes emociones de la vida’

In Spanish, from 2yo.

Beautiful book which explain in simple words all the emotions, big and small, what they are and how they make us feel. Some of the feelings/emotions shown in the book are happiness, fright, courage, tenderness, envy, joy, pride, shame, deception, impatience, selfishness, shyness, sadness, anger, loneliness, friendship, stubbornness, curiosity, doubt, etc…

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Book review: ‘La orquidea de los tiempos’

In Spanish, from 8yo.

The story takes place in a school in which a special group of friends, including a skeleton and a 4 eyed boy, decides to follow to figure out the secret of the school. One of the friends has brought a box left by his grandfather. Inside the box, there is a map of the school , a flower and key. Together they decide to solve the mystery and investigate. What will they find?

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Book review: ‘Los Gatos guerreros: La mirada secreta’

In Spanish, from 12yo.

For many moons, ThunderClan, ShadowClan, RiverClan, and WindClan have lived in peace in their territories around the lake. In order to decipher a mysterious prophecy which will send one young medicine cat apprentice on a quest to determine the fate of all the warrior Clans. 

Great adventure book to motivate older children in reading in their minority language.

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Book review: ‘7 histoires qui font danser les filles’

In French, from 4yo.

Beautiful large format book with colourful illustrations. Follow the adventures of 6 friends at the dancing summer camp. 7 stories that will make girls dance.

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