Books / Livres


51jycq7pkl-_sx384_bo1204203200_Voltaire se Promène

En français et en anglais simultanément , Voltaire exprime sa confusion avec ses deux langues en décrivant ses activités préférées pendant une promenade avec ses parents humains à Brooklyn. Ce livre est destiné aux fans de promenades, de chien et de Brooklyn mais surtout de la vie bilingue. Voltaire se Promène est le premier livre de la série bilingue: Voltaire: Le Chien Hipster Franco-Américaine. Vous pouvez commander le livre électronique ou en papoer de Voltaire se Promène ici.

Simultaneously in French and English, Voltaire introduces himself, his confusion with bilingualism and his favorite activities on a walk with his human parents through Brooklyn Heights. Voltaire se Promène is a book destined for French, Brooklyn, dog and walk lovers of all ages. Voltaire se Promène is the first book of the bilingual book series: Voltaire: The Franco-American Hipster Dog. You can purchase the kindle  or paperback version of Voltaire se Promène here.


Voltaire and Tonton Joe


51-gdg04b6lEn français et en anglais simultanément, Voltaire introduit son meilleur ami, Tonton Joe ainsi que les difficultés et les petits bonheurs vécus quand son oncle est en Afghanistan. Voltaire and Tonton Joe est le deuxième livre de la série bilingue: Voltaire: Le Chien Hipster Franco-Américaine. Vous pouvez commander le livre electronique ou en papier de Voltaire and Tonton Joe ici.

Simultaneously in French and English, Voltaire introduces his uncle Joe and the struggles they face as well as the silver linings when Tonton Joe is deployed in Aghanistan. Voltaire and Tonton Joe is the second book of the bilingual series: Voltaire: The Franco-American Hipster Dog. You can purchase the kindle version  or paperback of  Voltaire and Tonton Joe here.


41p72dueosl-_sx384_bo1204203200_Voltaire et Freeman

In Voltaire’s 3rd bilingual (French and English) adventure, join him on vacation with his family. He is acquainted with a beautiful cat and learns to be friends with someone quite different from himself. Perfect for French or English language learners of all ages, but especially the little ones.

Le troisième volume des aventures bilingues de Voltaire se passent en vacances avec sa famille. Suivez-le pendant qu’il est présenté à un chat et apprend à devenir copain avec quelqu’un de très different. Cette petite histoire est parfaite pour les élèves de français et d’anglais de tout ages, mais surtout les tout petits.

 


 

51FTWtN770L._SX385_BO1,204,203,200_Let’s Visit James Monroe!

 At the James Monroe Museum in Fredericksburg, Virginia a jolly museum director welcomes Grandma Mac and her grandchildren, Jessica and Carl, hinting that the museum
is a place where history comes to life. The visitors discover what he means when James Monroe, fifth President of the United States, emerges from a portrait and takes them on a personal tour. The surprised visitors witness important historical events and artifacts related to them, and meet Monroe’s wife and daughters, plus historical figures like Napoleon Bonaparte.  They also see what life was like in the White House in the 1820s, coming face to face with the reality of slavery. They indulge in the flavors and entertainment of the era, sipping hot chocolate and listening to music played on a pianoforte. All of the artifacts highlighted in the book are described in detail, and are featured in exhibits at the James Monroe Museum. You can buy the book on Amazon here.

 

ALSO AVAILABLE IN NEW YORK AT:

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Librairie Albertine 972 Fifth Avenue (at 79th Street) New York, NY 10075 – http://www.albertine.com

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WORD Bookstores – 126 FRANKLIN ST, BROOKLYN, NY 11222 – http://www.wordbookstores.com

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