Oxford First French Words gives your child a head start in learning another language. It takes the reader on a picture-book journey through a day, cleverly interwoven are lots of familiar settings and cute little dinosaurs. There is a bird's eye view of first thing in the morning at home, the journey to school and inside the classroom, a birthday party and even a trip to the seaside. Over 400 French words and their English translations are given in illustrated colour bands on the side of each page. There is also expertly-levelled supplementary material at the back - a picture/word matching game, counting the ladybirds up to twenty, shapes both flat and three-dimensional, opposites, the weather, time, plus a comprehensive index. These David Melling (The Kiss that Missed, Fidget and Quilly) illustrations make this an adorable first bilingual word book.
David Melling began illustrating in 1986. For the past ten years he has been concentrating on children's books, working mainly on reference and picture books. He was a finalist for the Smarties prize in 1994, and the Kate Greenaway Award in 2003.
Release date NZ
July 5th, 2007
Country of Publication
in full colour
Oxford University Press
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