Ideal read for middle-grade children, learning about different countries.
E is for Eiffel Tower: A France Alphabet.
Sleeping Bear Press.
Review copy provided courtesy of publisher.
A great deal about the culture and contributions of France are shared in this alphabetic tale. From Amphitheaters, Aqueducts, and Arles to Zest, there's little left to the imagination, as readers learn all there is to know about France and the French culture. The book is ideal for many ages, but seemingly most appropriate for children 8+. Older children will find much benefit from the side-barred text that provides additional detailed information about the alphabetic topic at hand!
- Choose an appropriate activity based on your child's interests from the Teacher's Guide provided by Sleeping Bear Press.
- Introduce children to the French language using one or more of the following titles: French Picture Word Book by Hayward Cirker, Un Deux Trois: First French Rhymes by Opal Dunn, or First Thousand Words in French by Heather Amery.
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