The Real: France by Anne-Marie Laval
  

The Real: France

Written by Anne-Marie Laval
Illustrated by
Part of the The Real Series

Synopsis

The Real: France by Anne-Marie Laval

Is there somewhere you really want to travel to, or just yearn to know better?Do you want all the essential facts about France at your fingertips?If you want to know what it's really about (rather than the things your parents think you should see!), The Real France is a great place to start. What's hot: France highlights you really won't want to miss A walking tour of Paris - but with a difference! Guide to France's music scene, including festivals and the secret language of rap The best street food in France, wherever you are in the country - plus a few foods you might want to avoid! Where to check out the best street markets, fairs and festivals Need-to-know information about internet access, mobile networks, dialling codes and moreWhether you are planning a trip or a holiday, just day-dreaming about one or simply need to know the facts The Real France is your essential guide.It is part of a series of books that help young people find out what a country is really about.

About the Author

Anne-Marie Laval was born in the Dordogne region of France but has lived in north London since her early twenties. She has taught French and cookery and enjoys working with young people. She has travelled around France extensively.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Anne-Marie Laval
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Publisher

Franklin Watts Ltd an imprint of Hachette Children's Group

Publication date

23rd July 2015

ISBN

9781445142081


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