Petit Paul dreams of being a pirate. He imagines what he needs and then finds the items; old trousers, a striped top, a belt, a hat, a parrot etc. (ok, some things are in his imaginations!) He starts off in his bedroom, but as he gets more piratey things he goes into his imagination and becomes a pirate on a desert island. The artwork is a mixture of photographs and hand drawn illustrations. Subject = Pirates - clothes.  There is a vocabulary section in the center of the book

 

The book is written in English and French.  Read the story in your native language to get to know it.  Then flip the book over and it's the same story in your target language;  it's like having 2 books in one, back to back!  Beautifuly illustrated in pen, ink and watercolour, by France de la Cour.  Bilingual French-English book for children ages 3-11.  

Petit Paul veut devenir un pirate: Little Paul wants to be a pirate (book)

£10.00Price
  • 21.6cm x 21.6cm.  Soft cover full gloss, perfect bound.  Full colour.  70 pages .  Weight 0.414lbs. Authour Mandie Davis, Illustrator France de la Cour  Produced and published by Les Puces.  ISBN: 9780993156922

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