10 Bed-Time Stories in French and English
- Learn French with Parallel English Text
- Narrated by: Frederic Bibard
- Length: 10 hrs and 2 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 17-06-16
- Language: French
- Publisher: Talk in French
Help your children improve their French and English proficiency with this book, perfect for kids between ages eight and 12 and designed to boost language skills, enhance the imagination, and pave the way for a lifelong love of reading. With ten fun and engaging stories featuring a wide array of enjoyable themes, parents can rest assured that the material in this book is highly suitable for children.
Written in parallel text to boost comprehension. Each paragraph is written in both French and English - first in French, followed by its English equivalent. You can also listen to the stories in French only or in English only, which is perfect for bilingual children, whether native French or English speakers!
The stories are recorded in two ways, with an English version narrated by a native English speaker and a French version narrated by a native French speaker. The audio is designed as a perfect supplement to help listeners learn the correct pronunciations and improve their listening skills in an enjoyable manner. This book is suitable for children, but adults can also enjoy it. Whether you are looking to improve your French (or English) with a fun method or you are simply in it for the joy of listening to a short story, this book is great for adults.
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio.
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By JessieMaggi on 13-11-16
Few mistakes don't affect the stories
I prefered the French to the English narration. A few glitches in the narration or recording repeat last couple words. Stories are given in French, English, French and English, then more slowly: French, English, then French and English, only Stories 3 through 8 are (likely mistakenly) replaced with completely different stories for the slow duel English/French recording. I don't see this as a major problem since the stories are narrated 5 additional times, and this technically adds 6 additional bilingual stories.
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