Lisez, Jouez et Decouvrez La Scandinavie avec Andersen

lisez jouez et decouvrez la scandinavie

lisez, jouez et decouvrez La Scandinavie avec Andersen -by Paul de Roujoux, Pamela Labonnelie and Mireille Ballero. Illustrations by Martine Bourre c1975 editions des deux coqs d’or

La Scandinavie avec Andersen is a beautiful children’s book about Scandinavian culture. The book is filled with stories, games and activities.  Just think, your child could be making his/her very own Nils Holgersson costume right now! For the budding young history buff, there’s a section on the Drakkars and Vikings. If your child is too scared to look at tough guys with helmets, head straight to the fuzzy Nordic animals in chapter one. Have a four year old that’s into logging? No problem, this book has you covered. There’s a section on the Scandinavian timber industry in the middle of the book. Soon your young one will be able to turn raw material into fine Danish furniture!

More pictures after the jump.

lisez jouez et decouvrez la scandinavie

lisez jouez et decouvrez la scandinavie

la scandinavie avec andersen

lisez jouez et decouvrez la scandinavie

la scandinavie avec andersen

la scandinavie avec andersen

lisez jouez et decouvrez la scandinavie

la scandinavie avec andersen

lisez jouez et decouvrez la scandinavie

la scandinavie avec andersen

la scandinavie avec andersen

la scandinavie avec andersen

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Very cool. My daughters are bilingual French/English and I find that the French books are much more visually imaginative than the English ones. I’m alway planning posts, in my mind, about the cool books we find at the French library here in Vilnius.

only one (or two) things wrong about that book. finland and iceland aren’t part of scandinavia…

I would never want to cut that fish out of that beautiful book!

awesome looking book. Where the heck could one find a book like that to buy????

Playing with fish, a classic scandinavian childrens passtime — along with wrassling polar bears and playing «taunt-the-troll» it’s really all you need for a fulfilling childhood.

Love the style of the illustrations. Nice (though inconsistent) mix of lines and flat areas of colour.

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