French Holiday Travel Journal for Children by Liz Garnett, Liz Garnett


French Holiday Travel Journal for Children by Liz Garnett, Liz Garnett

This book is for children travelling to France on holiday. The book is a fun approach to learning about France by encouraging children to start speaking French; gain an understanding of the area they are visiting; and discover new food. A French phrase book and children's French dictionary will also help to boost a child's enjoyment of a trip to France.This book as been developed especially for children who don't like writing. There is guidance on what to include and there are plenty of opportunities to add photos, drawings, tickets, maps, food labels and postcards.

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111 pages


Liz Garnett, Liz Garnett
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Publication date

3rd March 2016



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