Animaux Sauvages

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Barron's, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 24 pages
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Friendly teddy bears teach new words to very young boys and girls—and they do it in two languages. English and French. They give toddlers an early start in learning a foreign language at the same time that they are learning new words in their own. Brightly illustrated throughout, two-page spreads show a picture with its caption in English on the left and its French equivalent on the right. The last page of each book aids parents with a list of all words introduced in the book plus easy general pronunciation rules. Books in this bilingual series are also available in English and Spanish. (Ages 2 and older)

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Clare Beaton worked at the BBC for eight years as an illustrator for children's television programs. Beaton has published nearly fifty books , including One Moose, Twenty Mice in 1998 and Mother Goose Remembers in 2000, both of which have attracted considerable praise.

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