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Une sélection de livres en français et de livres d'écrivains français traduits en anglais pour les élèves de Y6 et de Y7, à Lancing Prep at Worthing.

Une sélection de livres en français et de livres d'écrivains français traduits en anglais pour les élèves de Y6 et de Y7, à Lancing Prep at Worthing.

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French Autumn Bookflix y8

  1. 1. Top Picks for You: Paris Trending Now: automne et sorcières New Releases: discover great French authors and people translated into English Search
  2. 2. A beautiful non- fiction book full of information about autumn, in French. Niveau: intermédiaire
  3. 3. A non-fiction book about autumn and land art, in French. 1 page with the picture and the word in French, 1 page with some land art. Tous niveaux
  4. 4. For the mushrooms’ s fans! A living non-fiction book that you will read like a story. Niveau intermédiaire et avancé.
  5. 5. A mix of fiction and non- fiction book about autumn. You will follow a little boy who looks around him and asks a lot of questions about this season. Weather, clothes, vegetables, recipes… Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  6. 6. A vintage style picture book about fruits and vegetables, in French. A must have before going to France and shop delicious food at a typical French market. Tous niveaux.
  7. 7. A living-book about this typical autumn fruit: apple, in French. Tous niveaux.
  8. 8. A living-book about autumn leaves and all the places and animals they will be in contact with, in French. At the end, a fact files to delve deeper into the animals and the trees of this story. Niveau: intermédiaire.
  9. 9. A lovely autumn story by Kazuo Iwamura. Ideal to learn/revise the vocabulary of autumn and family. If you like this mice family, this author wrote a whole series about it. Niveau: intermédiaire.
  10. 10. A stories collection on autumn. Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  11. 11. A really funny book about a little boy called Pierre who doesn’t want to eat his soup and a witch called Cornebidouille meant to scare him to death so he will eat his soup, but… Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  12. 12. A perfect story for Halloween and for revising the vocabulary of soup, potion, physical description and magic. Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  13. 13. A French classic stories collection full of humour, witches, kind monsters, goblins, etc... Niveau: avancé.
  14. 14. One of my favourite French story about witches to read in autumn! The witch Kroquela is about to cook some soup, when she realizes that a lot of ingredients are missing in her kitchen. So she decides to ‘borrow’ some from her neighbours (the little Red Riding Hood’s grandma, little Thumb…). Lots of twists, of vocabulary and humour. Niveau avancé.
  15. 15. The kind and inquisitive witch, Patou, broke her broomstick while flying and lands in a house. From roof to cellar, Patou will explore it and meet one character at each floor. Beautiful llustrations full of details. Ideal to revise the vocabulary of the house and to broaden your French. Niveau intermédiaire et avancé.
  16. 16. A counting book from 1 to 10 on a witch and the autumn weather. Tous niveaux.
  17. 17. Minou, Minou Minou the cat tells his friend his trip to Paris. Great picture book in French to discover the main landmarks of the French capital city and learn naturally the perfect tense. Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  18. 18. Un lion à Paris It tells the story of a lion who, bored by his rural life in the savannah, seeks excitement and opportunity in the city of light. On arrival in Paris the lion is disappointed to find that despite his size, people barely pay attention to him. Beautifully illustrated book about Paris but also the experience of being a stranger in a new city and the process of understanding our own identity. Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  19. 19. La tour Eiffel se balade a Paris Orianne Lallemand and Eleanore Thuillier’s famous “loup” has decided to explore Paris. Follow him on his discovery of the main landmarks of the French capital city! Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  20. 20. Orianne Lallemand and Eleanore Thuillier’s famous “loup” has decided to explore Paris. Follow him on his discovery of the main landmarks of the French capital city! Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  21. 21. Dans Paris, il y a… A surrealist, funny and delectable poem about Paris by one of the most famous French poet, Paul Eluard. Tous niveaux.
  22. 22. Paris s’envole Tous niveaux Superb illustrated book (laser cut-outs) about Paris.
  23. 23. A non-fiction book for French native speakers and young readers about Paris. Tous niveaux.
  24. 24. A non-fiction book full of information and quite detailed about Paris, in French. Niveau: avancé.
  25. 25. An activity book based on the non-fiction book Paris presented in the previous slide. Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  26. 26. An activity book to explore Paris’ history. Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  27. 27. An activity book in the style of where’s Wally to explore Paris and know this capital city inside out. Niveau: intermédiaire et avancé.
  28. 28. Il etait une fois Paris A non-fiction book about Paris’ history, from its foundation to nowadays, in French. Niveau: avancé.
  29. 29. Les monuments de paris et leurs petites histoires A non-fiction book about Paris’ landmarks’ history, in french. For all the fans of stories about historic buildings. Niveau: avancé.
  30. 30. Massamba, le marchand de tours Eiffel A fiction book, in French, about Massamba who arrives in Paris after a difficult journey across the Mediterranean sea. To survive, he starts selling mini Eiffel towers to the tourists until he discovers the real big and magnificent Eiffel tower… Niveau: avancé.
  31. 31. L’exploit de Gustave Eiffel If you want to delve deeper into the process of the construction of the Eiffel tower and follow its inventor, Gustave Eiffel, this French fiction book is for you! Niveau: avancé.
  32. 32. The sequel of The Umbrella Mouse by Anna Fargher. The story takes place in 1944, in Paris. The brave young mouse Pip Hanway continues fighting for the French Resistance group Noah's Ark: a secret gang of animals operating beneath the feet of human soldiers, whose aim is to liberate France and secure the victory of the Allies.
  33. 33. A moving wartime story (WWI) by the celebrated author Timothée de Fombelle and poetically illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault. The tale features 5½-year-old Rosalie, who spends her days at the back of the one-room school while her mother is off at work. The older children and the teacher, a veteran who’s lost an arm, think she’s just dreaming and drawing pictures, but she’s actually engaged in a mission: “One day I’ll be awarded a medal for this. It’s already gleaming deep within me.” The nature of that mission comes clear one day when she sneaks home and discovers that she can finally read for herself the letters her father had been sending from the front— but instead of the optimistic, loving missives her mother had been “reading” to her, she discovers them to be dark cries of anguish and despair. That very day a final letter arrives…
  34. 34. In this emotionally powerful biography told in verse, discover the incredible life of Josephine Baker, the world-famous entertainer, activist and French Resistance agent. Both the French & the English versions are available.
  35. 35. Discover the most talented French fantasy author: Christelle Dabos! If you like fantasy, gripping fiction books and series, these books are for you. Both the French & the English versions are available. In the French version, the 4th volume is available.
  36. 36. Maurice Leblanc is the equivalent of Conan Doyle, in France. His famous character, Arsène Lupin, the equivalent of Sherlock Holmes. Leblanc's creation, gentleman thief Arsène Lupin, is everything you would expect from a French aristocrat - witty, charming, brilliant, sly ... and possibly the greatest thief in the world. If you like detective books, solving puzzles and want to discover a legendary French fictional character, this book is for you. When you go to France, don’t miss the lovely town called Étretat, in Normandy, where you will be able to visit the museum of Le Clos Lupin and admire the stunning landscape.
  37. 37. This volume contains two adventures which pit the gentleman thief Arsene Lupin against Sherlock Holmes, the world's most famous detective. In 'The Blonde Lady', Holmes must discover the identity of a mysterious female thief who is linked to Lupin, while in 'The Jewish Lamp' he finds out that the theft of a lamp containing a precious jewel conceals an astonishing secret. While their tone is at times ironic and firmly tongue-in-cheek, the two stories in Arsene Lupin vs Sherlock Holmes bear all the hallmarks of classic detective fiction and will put a smile on the lips and set the pulses racing of all fans of mystery and detective fiction.
  38. 38. The classic series of stories about a cheeky French schoolboy, Nicholas, and his friends. For you if you like funny stories and mischievous characters. 
  39. 39. They were born worlds apart, the wolf from the Far North and the boy from Yellow Africa. Now all that separates them is a cage at the zoo. The wolf has lost much on his journey, including an eye and his beloved pack. But when he finally consents to trust the strange, still little boy who has been watching him - to meet his eye - their lives intersect with unforgettable results. Discover this beautiful story and one of the most translated authors in France, Daniel Pennac.
  40. 40. If you like adventure, heroism, friendship and survival - with a powerful ecological message - set in a captivating miniature world, these 2 books are for you. Toby Lolness is just one and a half millimetres tall, and he's the most wanted person in his world, the great oak Tree. When Toby's father makes a ground-breaking discovery, tapping into the very heart of the Tree's energy, he also realises that exploiting it could do permanent damage to their world. Refusing to reveal the secret of his invention to an enraged community, the family is exiled. But one man is determined to get hold of the forbidden knowledge...
  41. 41. If you like funny comics and would like to discover the most famous comics’ characters known by all French people, you must read this 1st volume of a long series about Asterix, Obelix and their friends. The year is 50BC, and all Gaul is occupied. Only one small village of indomitable Gauls still holds out against the invaders. But how much longer can Asterix, Obelix and their friends resist the mighty Roman legions of Julius Caesar? Anything is possible, with a little cunning plus the druid Getafix's magic potions! Their effects can be truly hair-raising...

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