Great site for reading and listening to stories, fables, poetry and children’s counting songs (conptines). Very well done.
Olivier Barrot – host of the mini-book-review series “Un livre un jour” has been reviewing one book a day for over 20 years. This is a fabulous collection of reading suggestions. I wanted to share with you his list of 100 books:
LITTÉRATURE FRANÇAISE DU XVIe AU XIXe SIÈCLE
Jacques la fataliste, Diderot
Les rêveries du promeneur solitaire, Rousseau
Le Mariage de Figaro, Beaumarchais
Poésies, François Villon
Les regrets, Joachim du Bellay
Le Misanthrope, Molière
L’illusion comique, Corneille
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A new report by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) links U.S. education reform to national security, placing emphasis on the troubling dearth of students proficient in foreign languages and how it will affect the future of the nation in the global economy. Independent Task Force Report No. 68, written by co-chairs Joel I. Klein (an executive vice president at News Corporation and former chancellor of the New York City Department of Education) and Condoleezza Rice, argues that education cuts are causing a national security crisis. The authors claim that the current situation, exacerbated by economic factors such as budget cuts, enrollment freezes, furlough days, and inaccessibility, is leaving students poorly educated and semi-skilled.
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This is the page for browsing Gallimard Folio books on Amazon.fr It’s a great place to look for new authors you might be interested in.
A site for listening to stories and tales from various francophone countries.