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‘France petit pop-up panoramique’

In French, from 5yo.

Let’s explore France and her most famous monuments. Unfold the pop up and learn about Versailles, Le Mont Saint-Michel…

Discover the main French monuments

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‘J’apprends a lire en BD: Halima veut jouer au foot’

In French, from 5yo.

Learn to read French with a comic. A great idea to learn how to read progressively using visual clues and without being overwhelmed by too much text. Halima is a young girl who wants to play soccer. Will she and her friends win the game?

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‘La fete foraine’

In French, from 1yo.

Nono, the little bear, is excited. He is going to go on the Ferris wheel and other rides with his friends. However, he is embarrassed when it is time to get on the ghost train. His friend Owl, reassures him and tells Nono that it is normal to feel scared sometimes.

To find out how Nono overcomes his fears visit

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‘Qui veut sauver le caimantoutlan’

In French, from 3yo.

Caïmantoultan is a grumpy alligator. He is always right and spends most of his time sulking. This is not the best way to make friends …

To find out how Caimantoultan makes new friends visit

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‘Artemis Fowl’

In French, from 8yo

Artemis Fowl is only 12yo and he is already a criminal genius. He has just discovered that fairies are real.

But these are not the cuddly creatures of bedtime stories. They are armed. They are dangerous. And when Artemis captures Captain Holly Short for her fairy gold, he messes with the wrong elf. Holly isn’t armed but she’s incredibly dangerous, and pretty annoyed with all the kidnapping. Artemis Fowl is about to find out that fairies fight back . .

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‘Les animaux sauvages’ – pochette de jeu

In French, from 2yo.

Fun card game to learn about wild animals. Each animal comes with a set of two cards, match the head with the tail or the front and the rear.

Or have fun making up crazy animals, such as a zebra’s head and the a lion’s rear. The mini-book will give information on the animals presented on the game.

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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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