Category: Book blog

patates!

I really need to start making a note of how I acquire my books, because this is another great little story that I have bought/been given second-hand but I am not sure where... You can still buy it though so that is the main thing! (see link at the bottom of the page) Click here…
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Fairy tales in French – but not as you know them!

The following books all refer to fairy tales and their characters, but none of them are your traditional fairy tales. They are a lot of fun to use with children! Papy raconte n’importe quoi Le loup qui découvrait le pays des contes Louyétu? Chapeau rond rouge Demain, je te mangerai Quel cafouillage! J’aime la galette!
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Louyétu?

I love Geoffroy de Pennart's stories as they really appeal to my sense of humour. I was so delighted when I discovered this one made especially for little ones, in strong hardback/cardboard pages! (not sure how else to describe it - a board book?). See inside the book by clicking here to watch a short…
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Papy raconte n’importe quoi

I fell in love with this beautiful story this summer in Aix-les-Bains. I love the illustrations too, by Marianne Barcilon - they add so much to the tale.  She also illustrated another favourite of mine, "Le crocodile de l'école", which you can check out by clicking here. Click here to watch a short video showing…
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