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French Immersion Kit

by Robert Munsch; Mélanie Watt & David Shannon

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This French Immersion kit is perfect for your young French language learner. Ages 3-9. The collection ranges from first readers with simple text and pictures, to a selection of today's most popular storytime books by Robert Munsch, David Shannon and Melanie Watt!

The Pack Includes these 7 fantastic titles:

- My World: French English Words / Mon petit livre bilingue français-anglais - My First Reader: I Can Read / Je veux lire : Je sais lire - My First Reader: My New School / Ma nouvelle école - Scaredy Squirrel / Frisson l'écureuil - Smelly Socks / Tes chaussettes sentent la mouffette! - David Goes to School / David va à l'école - Canada 123 / Canada 1, 2, 3

 

About the Authors

Robert Munsch

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Mélanie Watt

La jeune auteure-illustratrice Mélanie Watt, née à Trois-Rivières, a remporté pour son travail de prestigieuses récompenses, dont le Prix Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz, le Prix Blue Spruce et le Prix Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon, tous les trois pour Frisson l'écureuil.

It was in a design class taught by Michèle Lemieux at the University of Quebec in Montreal that author and illustrator Mélanie Watt created her first picture book, Leon the Chameleon, which was later published by Kids Can Press. Watt went on to create several more books, including the Learning with Animals collection and Augustine, which was named an ALA Notable Children's Book. Watt has also illustrated Where Does a Tiger-Heron Spend the Night? and Bearcub and Mama, which won the 2006 IRA Teachers” Choices Project.

Mélanie's best known book, Scaredy Squirrel, has won many awards, including the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children”s Book Award for Children”s Picture Book and the Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator”s Award. The release of Scaredy Squirrel Makes a Friend was met with enthusiastic reviews and incredible sales, confirming the arrival of kid lit's newest superstar. Chester, Chester's Back! and Chester's Masterpiece are about a megalomaniac cat who is every bit the antithesis to Scaredy. Chester has already become a bestseller, and shows the breadth and creativity of Mélanie Watt.

Scaredy returns to take a few more tentative steps out of his comfort zone in Scaredy Squirrel at the Beach and Scaredy Squirrel at Night. Mélanie has often noted how the Scaredy Squirrel books helped her work out her own insecurities and fears, as the success of these titles has required her to venture out into the unknown, and like Scaredy she has found the experience truly uplifting.

Mélanie currently resides near Montreal, Quebec.

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David Shannon

La jeune auteure-illustratrice Mélanie Watt, née à Trois-Rivières, a remporté pour son travail de prestigieuses récompenses, dont le Prix Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz, le Prix Blue Spruce et le Prix Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon, tous les trois pour Frisson l'écureuil.

It was in a design class taught by Michèle Lemieux at the University of Quebec in Montreal that author and illustrator Mélanie Watt created her first picture book, Leon the Chameleon, which was later published by Kids Can Press. Watt went on to create several more books, including the Learning with Animals collection and Augustine, which was named an ALA Notable Children's Book. Watt has also illustrated Where Does a Tiger-Heron Spend the Night? and Bearcub and Mama, which won the 2006 IRA Teachers” Choices Project.

Mélanie's best known book, Scaredy Squirrel, has won many awards, including the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children”s Book Award for Children”s Picture Book and the Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator”s Award. The release of Scaredy Squirrel Makes a Friend was met with enthusiastic reviews and incredible sales, confirming the arrival of kid lit's newest superstar. Chester, Chester's Back! and Chester's Masterpiece are about a megalomaniac cat who is every bit the antithesis to Scaredy. Chester has already become a bestseller, and shows the breadth and creativity of Mélanie Watt.

Scaredy returns to take a few more tentative steps out of his comfort zone in Scaredy Squirrel at the Beach and Scaredy Squirrel at Night. Mélanie has often noted how the Scaredy Squirrel books helped her work out her own insecurities and fears, as the success of these titles has required her to venture out into the unknown, and like Scaredy she has found the experience truly uplifting.

Mélanie currently resides near Montreal, Quebec.

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Contributor Notes

Robert Munsch is Canada's bestselling author of more than fifty picture books for young readers. He is beloved by children, teenagers, parents, and booksellers everywhere, and was recently inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame. He lives in Guelph, Ontario. Michael Martchenko's illustrations are as instantly identifiable and lovable as Robert Munsch's stories. His wild and colourful pictures add depth and even more hilarity to these picture book tales. He received the Canadian Booksellers' Association Children's Illustrator of the Year Libris Award in 2006. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Mélanie Watt is an acclaimed children's book author and illustrator. Her books include the Scaredy Squirrel, Chester and Learning With Animals series, Augustine, Leon the Chameleon and Have I Got a Book for You! She lives near Montreal.

David Shannon is the internationally acclaimed creator of more than thirty picture books, including No, David!, a Caldecott Honor Book and a New York Times Best Illustrated Book of the Year. In addition to two more David picture books and three David board books, Shannon's bestsellers include Too Many Toys; Good Boy, Fergus!; Alice the Fairy; and A Bad Case of Stripes. David Shannon and his family live in Southern California.

Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
3 to 9
Grade:
p to 4

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