Un Deux Trois: First French Rhymes

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Frances Lincoln Limited, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 20 pages
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Simple songs and rhymes are an excellent way to familiarize young children with another language. Un, Deux, Trois, a collection of 25 traditional nursery rhymes, is a delightful way to introduce French. An illustrated vocabulary features simple words and phrases that are easy to learn and that can be used in games or everyday life. Children are encouraged to repeat the phrases and sing along with the rhymes, and the included CD lets them know how both should sound. The lively illustrations and amusing rhymes make learning a new language fun. A guide for parents translates more difficult phrases.

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Opal Dunn (London), a specialist in books on early first- and second-language development, wrote the Leo Le Chat dual-language series. Patrice Aggs illustrated Mr. Pam, Pam and the Hullabaloo and Why Count Sheep?

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