Collins Primary Dictionaries - Primary French Dictionary ebook: 1 year licence (Collins ebook edition)

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The home of trusted French dictionaries and thesauruses for school use.

A fun, colourful French to English and English to French dictionary, designed to meet the needs of children aged 7-11 learning French at primary school or at home as well as making learning fun.

An easy-to-use, vibrant, colourful dictionary provides the perfect reference for the new curriculum with detailed coverage of core English and French vocabulary.

Themed pages, fun and quirky illustrations with simple examples help children to remember words and translations.

Key phrases are highlighted, offering all the support needed for children to study the new curriculum.

RRP: £7.00

ISBN

978-0-00-843896-8

Publication Date

01-07-2020

Format

ebook

Pages

592 pages

Product Description

The home of trusted French dictionaries and thesauruses for school use.

A fun, colourful French to English and English to French dictionary, designed to meet the needs of children aged 7-11 learning French at primary school or at home as well as making learning fun.

An easy-to-use, vibrant, colourful dictionary provides the perfect reference for the new curriculum with detailed coverage of core English and French vocabulary.

Themed pages, fun and quirky illustrations with simple examples help children to remember words and translations.

Key phrases are highlighted, offering all the support needed for children to study the new curriculum.

Author

Collins Dictionaries, Illustrated by Maria Herbert-Liew

Maria Herbert-Liew is an illustrator and writer from London.She has illustrated a number of books and projects including ‘Collins First School Dictionary’ and ‘Very Intelligent Princess’.Maria believes that anyone can draw, and in 2015 set up an online drawing collective ‘Petsket Collective’ encouraging people from all over the world to share daily sketches with each other. In 2020 HarperCollins published her first written and illustrated book ‘You Can Draw Brilliant Pictures’.Maria now lives in Glasgow, Scotland with her husband, a variety of cacti, and plenty of books.Find out more at mariaherbertliew.com.