Bonjour L'Enfant!: A Child's Tour of France (French Edition)
|Rating||:||4.90 (791 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||36 Pages|
She is an active member of the Women's National Book Association, volunteer teaches young children in her community and participates in various educational forums. Following the national success of her debut children's book, CIAO BAMBINO!, she has released the second story in her travel series. Author Danna Troncatty Leahy is a gradu
About the Author Author Danna Troncatty Leahy is a graduate of U.C.L.A. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and two children. Her vividly illustrated books aim to inspire exploration of new countries and foreign language for young children. She is an active member of the Women's National Book Association, volunteer teaches young children in her community and participates in various educational forums. Following the national success of her debut children's book, CIAO BAMBINO!, she has released the second story in her travel series. and a veteran of the high technology industry.
"A great children's book" according to S. Triplett. We got this book for our two boys and I can't say enough good things about it. It exposes them to a different country and language in a fun way that they can relate too. It is written from a childs perspective which makes the book easy for them to follow. And the pictures are fun, colorful and full of detail. We love that the book introduces the French language in a way that is easy to understand and makes it fun to learn. There is counting, colors and many fun phrases that the children can also follow through the illustrations. The French language is injected into the story (with translations provided) and we . Good intro to France Mama to 7 I thought this was a very good book to introduce my girls ( 3.5 and 5) to France. I was pleased with the areas of France that were chosen - artists by river in Paris, Eiffel tower, Louvre, Monet's gardern at Giverny, chateaux in Loire Valley, lavender fields in Provence, Cote d'Azur. Food/eating was covered alittle ,too. Would have preferred a few more French words to be interjected throughout story but over all this is a delightful book. It is very appealing to young children as it is written from a boy's perspective. Excellent book to have in your library.
They discover similarities and differences between France and home while singing along the Seine River, climbing the Eiffel Tower, running through lavendar fields, eating pomme frites and sun bathing on the French Riviera. The brilliant watercolor illustrations capture the attention of the reader, while the story introduces exciting new places and over fifty French words.. Follow a young boy, his little sister and his beloved teddy bear on their playful journey around the country. Enjoy a tour of France through a child's scrapbook