Let's Learn French Coloring Book

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McGraw-Hill Trade, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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The books in this delightful series make learning a new vocabulary fun and easy by combining it with coloring pictures--something that virtually every young child loves to do. While they color, kids learn eighty everyday words, such as the names of the seasons, various animals, parts of the body, articles of clothing, and more. The coloring books contain:
- 59 full-page illustrations, alphabetically organized
- Culturally appropriate subjects, such as la bandera, showing the flags of Spain and Mexico or l'immeuble, showing a typical Parisian apartment building.
- A glossary featuring translations and a pronunciation guide
- A review puzzle to test how much has been learned

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About the author (1994)

Anne-Franois Pattis is an experienced illustrator.

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