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Un Deux Trois

First French Rhymes Book & CD

Opal Dunn Patrice Aggs


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Francis Lincoln (Adult ti
01 July 2006
Simple songs and rhymes are an excellent way to familiarise young children with another language. Un Deux Trois a collection of 25 traditional nursery rhymes, is a delightful way to introduce French. An illustrated vocabulary features simple words and phrases that are easy to learn and that can be used in games or everyday life. Children are encouraged to repeat the phrases and sing along with the rhymes, and the included CD lets them know how both should sound. The lively illustrations and amusing rhymes make learning a new language fun. A guide for parents translates more difficult phrases.

Illustrated by:   Patrice Aggs
Imprint:   Francis Lincoln (Adult ti
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   New edition
Dimensions:   Height: 196mm,  Width: 240mm,  Spine: 3mm
Weight:   136g
ISBN:   9781845076238
ISBN 10:   1845076230
Pages:   24
Publication Date:  
Recommended Age:   From 5 to 8 years
Audience:   Children/juvenile ,  Children's (6-12) ,  0-5 years ,  Children / Juvenile
Format:   Mixed media product
Publisher's Status:   Active

Opal Dunn is widely known as a specialist in books on early first and second language development. She has been a consultant to the Council of Europe on children's bilingual education and acts as consultant to the British Council's LearnEnglish Parents programme. She has been short-listed for the Eleanor Farjeon award for services to children's literature and in 2008 received the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun for over 30 years work with bilingual Japanese children. Opal's books for Frances Lincoln are Acker Backa Boo, El Gato Leo Goes to School, El Gato Leo Comes to Play, Leo le Chat Goes to School, Leo le Chat Comes to Play, Hippety-hop, Hippety-hay, Un Deux Trois and Number Rhymes to Say and Play. She lives in South London. Patrice Aggs studied Fine Art at the City and Guilds Art School in London. She lives in Ashington, West Sussex

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