Goodbye USA, Bonjour la France
Tom, a boy from Chicago, is off to visit his aunt, uncle, and cousin in Paris. It's a travel adventure, but also a chance for him to start learning French. Volume One offers basic vocabulary and a fun-to-read story. Volume Two finds Tom revisiting his relatives, improving his French, and learning some of the differences between French and American cultures. Handsome full-color illustrations on every page capture the spirit of Paris.
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