Posts Tagged: french children’s books

On learning to read for a second time

I seem to be rereading quite a few books that I read at school at the moment, and so I thought I’d talk about a book that I actually read quite a while ago, back in April, but forgot to

On learning to read for a second time

I seem to be rereading quite a few books that I read at school at the moment, and so I thought I’d talk about a book that I actually read quite a while ago, back in April, but forgot to

On reading a book with pictures in it

Last week I reread The Wonderful Farm by Marcel Ayme. A classic French children’s book, it’s full of short stories about two little girls, Delphine and Marinette, who live on a wonderful farm indeed, where the animals talk and therefore take part

On reading a book with pictures in it

Last week I reread The Wonderful Farm by Marcel Ayme. A classic French children’s book, it’s full of short stories about two little girls, Delphine and Marinette, who live on a wonderful farm indeed, where the animals talk and therefore take part