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‘Hello Paris’

Bilingual French-English, from 3yo.

Mia and her twin Mael are excited. They are spending the day in Paris waiting for their older brother to cross the finish line of the Tour de France in the Champs Elysees. While waiting they decide to go sightseeing. They take us to the Seine river, the Moulin Rouge, the Louvre, Orsay & Grevin Museums, Notre-Dame Cathedral and many mores places.

Great book to learn about landmarks in Paris but also food and customs, such as enjoying the sun at the beach in Paris.

To visit Paris with Mia and Mael go to https://bit.ly/38uQEqa

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‘Mon premier livre des questions-reponses: la science’

In French, from 4yo.

It an awesome book to learn about science with simple questions and answers.

What is science? What do scientists do? How do doctors know what is wrong when we are sick? Why is it easier to to ride a bike downhill? Why does sugar dissolve in water? Where can I see dinosaures? Where do scientists find their ideas? ….

To find out all the answers to those questions and many more visit https://bit.ly/37i5MWY

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‘Mon premier livre sur l’histoire’

In French, from 3yo.

It is never too early to learn about history. This fantastic books presents a summary of different periods with a page for the context, and another with tools, clothings, fun facts.

With this book you will learn about the Egyptians, Romans, Vikings, the Stone Age, Kings and people around the world throughout history.

For an entertaining time travel visit https://bit.ly/2U7ZqGJ

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‘The wild washerwomen – Les lavandieres endiablees’

Bilingual French-English, from 3yo.

There was 7 washerwomen who washed dirty laundry all day long. Their boss is very mean and one day the washerwomen have enough and leave. They are wild and wander in town doing crazy things. They meet 7 woodcutters in the forest and decide to stay with them. All together wood and wash clothes in the river, but they have fun and have no boss anymore.

Illustrated by Quentin Blake, the wild washerwomen is an entertaining story.

For more information visit https://bit.ly/3ekZmtW

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‘Le jardin d’Errol’

Bilingual French-English, from 2yo.

Errol dreams about having a garden. He is really good at growing plants and his apartment overflows with all sorts of plants. So he decides to speak with his neighbours and together build a garden on the roof of the building.

Errol’s garden is a beautiful story about growing vegetation in too often concrete surroundings. It is about getting to know one’s neighbours and together create a space everyone will enjoy.

For the green thumps go to https://bit.ly/2UNyDPN

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‘Marcel le cowboy – le heros du rodeo’

In French, from 6yo.

Marcel is a little cowboy and he really wants to compete in the rodeo. It is so hard when you are little. However, Marcel does not give up. He will ride the bronco, the bull and will throw the horseshoe.

Perfect for you readers.

Visit https://bit.ly/3l6nXot to find out about this funny cowboy’s adventures.

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‘Croac’

In Spanish, from 1yo.

This is a funny story with frogs. Grogs making fun of frogs and then taking a dive in the water. Cute little story to get the children to count to 10 and laugh along.

To skip from 1 to 10 visit https://bit.ly/3yYbKI4

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‘Disparitions dans le coffre a jouets’

In French, from 3yo.

What is happening? Where are the toys gone? Every single day, a toy disappear and it cannot be found, not even with mum’s help. The missing toys are not in the toy box, not in the bedroom, not in the bathroom.

Could solve the mystery of the missing toys?

For more information visit https://bit.ly/3cptAtW

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‘Martine a l’ecole’

In French, from 3yo.

Another of Martine’s adventure, who does not get old. Martine loves school and today is an exciting day. There is a new student in the class. Martine is on a mission to gain a new friend.

For more information visit https://bit.ly/3es1aCa

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‘Deux enquetes de Sherlock Holmes’

In French, from 8yo.

Read two Sherlock Holmes’s stories: The Red-headed league and the blue Carbuncle. In the former story, Wilson, a London pawnbroker, comes to consult Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson. While studying this prospective client, both Holmes and Watson notice his red hair, which has a distinct flame-like hue. Wilson tells them that some weeks before, his young assistant, Vincent Spaulding, urged him to respond to a newspaper want-ad offering highly-paid work to only red-headed male applicants. The next morning, Wilson had waited in a long line of fellow red-headed men, was interviewed, and was the only applicant hired, because none of the other applicants qualified; their red hair was either too dark or too bright and did not match Wilson’s unique flame colour.

In the second story, As London prepares for Christmas, newspapers report the theft of the near-priceless gemstone, the “Blue Carbuncle,” from the hotel suite of the Countess of Morcar. John Horner, a plumber and a previously convicted felon, is soon arrested for the theft. Despite Horner’s claims of innocence, the police are sure that they have their man. Horner’s record, and his presence in the Countess’s room where he was repairing a fireplace, are all the police need.

To solve the mysteries visit https://bit.ly/38ryntW