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Contes et fables d'Afrique /
Claire Brouillet, Andree Vary.
imprint
Columbus, OH : Glencoe, .
description
xi, 124 p. : ill., maps.
ISBN
007860043X (pbk.)
format(s)
Book
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imprint
Columbus, OH : Glencoe, .
isbn
007860043X (pbk.)
language note
Stories and exercises in French, with introductory matter and vocabulary in English.
catalogue key
5650062
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. ix-xi).
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Summaries
Main Description
This collection of tales and fables from the oral tradition of Africa is for your advanced learners of French. They will enjoy these tales which give insight into African cultures. These stories deal with many different topics, ranging from the lessons learned by young Africans growing up to stories about why animals look the way they do. Beautifully illustrated, these tales and fables are sure to spark interest in Africa and its peoples. The stories are written in contemporary, everyday French. 128 pages
Main Description
A French reader for intermediate through advanced students Contes et fables d'Afrique(Brouillet and Vary) is a collection of tales and fables from the oral tradition of Africa for your advanced learners of French. They will enjoy these tales which give insight into African cultures. These stories deal with many different topics, ranging from the lessons learned by young Africans growing up to stories about why animals look the way they do. Beautifully illustrated, these tales and fables are sure to spark interest in Africa and its peoples. The stories are written in contemporary, everyday French. This reader is softcover, 6" x 9", and 128 pages in length.
Long Description
A French reader for intermediate through advanced students "Contes et fables d'Afrique" (Brouillet and Vary) is a collection of tales and fables from the oral tradition of Africa for your advanced learners of French. They will enjoy these tales which give insight into African cultures. These stories deal with many different topics, ranging from the lessons learned by young Africans growing up to stories about why animals look the way they do. Beautifully illustrated, these tales and fables are sure to spark interest in Africa and its peoples. The stories are written in contemporary, everyday French. This reader is softcover, 6" 9," and 128 pages in length.
Table of Contents
TchadUn concours truqué
MauritanieLes jeunes qui voulaient vivre sans les vieux
SénégalLa vieille femme qui a apporté le sel à son village
BurkinaLe Maître de la parole
Côte d’IvoireL’araignée Anansé recherche un imbécile
Malí ILes deux filles et la femme génie (première partie)
Malí IILes deux filles et la femme génie (deuxième partie)
GuinéeL’éléphant sert de monture au lièvre
GabonLa fille qui n’aimait pas obéir
CamerounTortue fait la course contre Léopard
République centrafricaineLa pierre barbue
SaharaLe roie du désert
Congo (R.D.C.)Tortue visite Faucon
TogoDepuis quand les éléphants ont-ils une trompe
SeychellesLes cadeaux enchantés de la Reine de la mer
NigerLe prétendant astucieux Vocabulaire
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