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Book review: ‘First words – French’

Bilingual French-English, from 0yo.

Little readers will love to manipulate this colourful board book while learning their first French words.

Each word comes in both languages French and English as well as a phonetic version to assist with the pronunciation in French.

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Book review: ‘Le loup qui apprivoisait ses emotions’

In French, from 3yo.

Wolf is learning how to manage all his emotions. What can he do to calm down when he gets mad? Would yoga or exercise work? Why is he jealous, sad or happy?

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Book review: ‘Tous les animaux ne sont pas bleus’

In French, from 4yo.

Whether you are from the same family or you just share a common interest we are all different. This book is about what the animals have in common while cherishing their differences.

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Book review: ‘1, 2, 3’ by Roald Dahl

In French, from 0yo

Based on Roald Dahl’s book ‘ the enormous crocodile’ learn how to count to 10. Fun story to be rediscovered in a new format.

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Book review: ‘1, 2, 3’

In French, from 1yo.

Rediscover the enormous crocodile by Road Dahl with this fun format specially designed for young children. Let’s count to from 1 enormous crocodile watching the children to 10 children running away. It is a fun and interactive way to read the story and also find the crocodile who is hiding in each scene.

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Book review: ‘Panda dis-moi’

In French, from 1yo.

Panda, Panda tell me what you see? From the very same author of the very Hungry Caterpillar, this book is about animals and colours. It makes a fun story time by asking the listener to guess what is coming next.

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Book review: ‘Le magicien d’Oz’

In French, from 3yo.

Dorothy thinks she is lost forever when a terrifying tornado crashes through Kansas and whisks her and her dog, Toto, far away to the magical land of Oz. Let’s follow Dorothy on her way home, on the yellow brick road, where she finds new companions. the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow and the Cowardly Lion.

These book and CD are perfect for young readers who can follow the text while listening to the read version at the same time.

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Book review: ‘Le loup qui enquetait au musee’

In French, from 4yo.

Wolf hates going to the museum, it is so boring. As he is wandering among the masterpieces an alarm goes off. What happens? Someone just stole a Mayan mask. Quick Wolf investigates. As he explores the museum his interest for the variety of art increases. He finally finds the thief and the mask is recovered. What a fun day at the museum Wolf had! He wants to go back soon.

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Book review: ‘La grande vie d’Anne Frank’

In French, from 6yo.

Anne Frank was one of the many victims of the World War II. With her family, she hid inside the walls and attic of her house in Amsterdam. She must not be found or she will be sent to the concentration camps. We know of her ordeals thanks to a diary she kept.

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Book review: ‘L’ABC d’Eric Carle’

In French, from 0yo.

Learn the alphabet with this beautifully illustrated ABC book. You will recognise the drawings from the author and illustrator of the Very hungry caterpillar, Eric Carle. Great way to learn about letters, animals and colours.

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