This bilingual French/English book is perfect for beginner learners with simple French words and conversational French. On each page the story is in both languages, French and English, which gives the reader some familiarity with the language they already know and guides them in the language they are learning. The repetition makes it ideal for learning new words and the hilarious plot makes it easy to read over again. The story itself is fast-paced, fun and anarchic. The pictures and text are well presented, and the book is a great addition to any bookshelf.
Another dual story book with CD! This is a fantastic way to introduce kids to French. This book presents the classic fairy tale side-by-side in French and English. The story of the little girl and the big bad wolf is vibrantly illustrated, allowing children to connect the meanings of words to pictures, reinforcing their comprehension of French vocabulary. It includes vivid illustrations, a mini “pictionary,” and frequent dialogues that model everyday communication. Accompanying the book is a 30-minute audio CD that features a lively reading of the story, in French and English, helpful pronunciation basics, and fun games and activities.
This book is a French version of ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’. As this story is familiar to most English-speaking children, this French version will help children pick up some French and is a great way to introduce/consolidate numbers, fruits, size and days of the week in French. The story and illustrations are beautiful while the French vocabulary is clear and simple enough to be accessible.
This book is an excellent and fun way to introduce children to the French language. It will improve their confidence in understanding what is going on in the story, and they will learn in a fun way the basics in French. They will also love listening to the CD which includes:
- A mini picture dictionary with key vocabulary words that can be used as an introduction to the French text or as a review after “The End”
- Everyday phrases integrated into the story
- Helpful pronunciation basics