Le loup qui voulait faire le tour du monde

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Auzou


Orianne Lallemand / Illus Éléonore Thuillier


Le loup qui voulait faire le tour du monde is a funny story in French about a wolf who decides to go on an around-the-world trip. Follow him as he visits Paris, London, Rome, Venice, Egypt, Kenya, Madagascar, Nepal, China, Australia, Rio, Quebec and New York.

On many of the pages, you can read the postcard that he has written to his friends back home in the forest.

Le loup qui voulait faire le tour du monde is written entirely in French as it is aimed at native speakers. It would suit children aged 4+ if they are fluent in French, but would be a good story for older learners too.


Paperback, 32pp, 215 x 215mm

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A must in the Loup series
Wednesday, 18 October 2017  | 

This is my second favourite Loup story; even though the language in the book isn't simple, the children love it because they can easily work out where Loup is and work out lots of cognates. It gives them confidence and enjoyment both at the same time. I have shared it many time and the children always love it!


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A great cultural journey across the world with Loup!
Monday, 6 February 2017  | 

I love using this book with French children, KS1, KS2 or KS3 pupils... they all love it! It is easy for the little ones to guess where Loup is; older pupils can listen out for more details about famous landmarks when you read it. It is a French and a geography lesson all in one!

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Average Rating (2 Reviews):  
Write a Review and share your opinions!

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A must in the Loup series
Wednesday, 18 October 2017  |  Nathalie

This is my second favourite Loup story; even though the language in the book isn't simple, the children love it because they can easily work out where Loup is and work out lots of cognates. It gives them confidence and enjoyment both at the same time. I have shared it many time and the children always love it!


Rating:  
A great cultural journey across the world with Loup!
Monday, 6 February 2017  |  Nathalie

I love using this book with French children, KS1, KS2 or KS3 pupils... they all love it! It is easy for the little ones to guess where Loup is; older pupils can listen out for more details about famous landmarks when you read it. It is a French and a geography lesson all in one!