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‘Une journee a la ferme’

In French, from 2yo.

Fantastic book to learn everything about the farm. The animals, what they eat, where they sleep, their babies, what jobs are done by the farmers.

It is a great to learn, the children will have fun lifting the flaps, turning the wheels.

To learn about the farm visit https://bit.ly/3hZma3U

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‘La grande roue’

In French, from 3yo.

The peacock is proud and vain. He is beautiful and wants to be admired by everyone. Unfortunately, he is arrogant and annoys all his friends. The friends are fed up with the peacock always putting them down. For their revenge they will design a plan that will test the beauty and self esteem of the peacock.

To find out more about how the peacock becomes humble visit https://bit.ly/3sr5fxq

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‘Mijn eerste woordjes voertuigen’

In Dutch, from 1yo.

Cute little book that you can take everywhere with you. Learn about the transport modes. On one page you will have the word and its illustration and on the other page, the word used in its context. Perfect to develop the children’s language skills.

To find out more go to https://bit.ly/3sn2q0B

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‘Zoe cherche son copain Germain’

In French, from 1yo.

Zoe is looking for her friend Germain. She looks everywhere but he remains unfound. Is he at the market? At home? At the playground? Let’s explore the city with Zoe.

This cute book comes with 15 flaps to make the reading more entertaining and interactive.

Visit https://bit.ly/3srxmNk to find Germain.

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‘Les heros du CP – attaque aux poux’

In French, from 6yo.

Panic at the school of the heroes. They have nits. Quick, they need to act fast. The teacher tells them all about the little insects and the parents are on a mission to eradicate the head lice.

Great book for children learning how to read in French. They can use the different tools such as a vocabulary page, a list with the most common words, some phonetics, the silent letters are shaded in grey and the ‘s’ are graphically linked to the following word to show how to read it all together, at the end there is also a fun activity to check the children have understood the story.

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

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‘Let’s go to the park’

Bilingual English-Farsi, from 1yo.

Let’s explore the park. Each page asks a question to the child to encourage speech in the target language. What can he see in the park? What will you eat for lunch? Where will you be in the playground?

It also comes with a bilingual visual dictionary with the vocabulary related to a visit to the park.

For more information visit https://bit.ly/2XdnBVk

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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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‘The biscuit moon’

Bilingual Farsi/Arabic/Russian-English, from 4yo.

Life in the desert is very tough. It is very hot and there is not much food around. Buffalo approached a pond to have a drink when he sees a biscuit in the middle of the water. He is starving and starts reaching for the biscuit when the lion arrives and demands the biscuit because he is the king of the animals. The Buffalo does not agree, since he saw the biscuit first, he should have it. Their disagreement attracts more animals and very quickly they all start fighting for the biscuit. A squirrel comes and breaks the fight. “Would it not be better if the biscuit was shared among everyone?”

This is a gorgeous story about the migration of the animals searching for food and water.

For more information visit https://bit.ly/37p6aD6

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‘Rafa’s first day’

Bilingual Farsi-English, from 1yo.

Rafa talks a lot. He is very excited to go to start school. When he gets there he stops talking. He listens, plays, writes, reads and plays maracas but he not talking.

Cute story that will help children to know what to expect from their first day at school. It is fun and they will make new friends.

To find out what will make him talk again visit https://bit.ly/37ip52h