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Le Petit NicolasI found myself laughing out loud several times while reading this book I also found myself reading it out loud to anyone in my family who would listen It gave me a glimpse into the mind of my boy and my overgrown boy husband So if you want to kind of see how your 7ish year old boy and his friends think read this hilarious book Sooo cute My favorite metro book in France I sometimes had to be really refrain myself from laughing out loud had to be really refrain myself from laughing out loud got really good at Disguising Laughter With A laughter with a Max And Lili Visit My SchoolToday when I arrived at school everyone was very excited because there were two new kids called Max and Lili My friend Alceste told me they had come from the year 2012 in a time machine I asked Alceste what a time machine was but he was eating a sandwich Alceste eats all the time and his mouth is always full so he ointed at Agnan and told me to ask him Agnan is top of the class and the teacher s et he s no fun because he wears glasses so you can t hit him when you want to He started to tell me what a time machine was but it was kind of boring so I went to look at the new kidsMax is cool he s really good at soccer and he also likes fightin What kid won t love le The Undisputed Greatest Writer of All Time: A Collection of Poetry petit nicolas Funny witty and easy to read with tones of beautifulictures Reading Le Petit Nicolas series was a great way to improve my fluency in French It was easy enough to read for leasure and the vocabulary repeated enough so I actually learned new words I used these word. Nicholas is the first in a series of five books that bring to life the day to day adventures of a young school boy amusing endearing and always in trouble An only child Nicholas appears older at school than he does at home; his touchingly naive reactions to different situations cut through the reconceptions of adults to result in a formidable seuence of escapadesThis first book in the series contai. S in conversation with my French teachers and friends while I lived in France and they were uite impressed because I was using slang Since this book is written for were uite impressed because I was using slang Since this book is written for it helped me learn the language like they did The sentences were uite easy to translate and I got into the rhythm of the to translate and I got into the rhythm of the I also read assages from the book aloud to help me with my accent and speaking I loved this little fellow He is a good guy who gets into trouble rather often so most of us can relate to him I have fond memories of reading some of these stories in their original form I think in my 10th grade French class sadly these are the ONLY fond memories I have of studying French Goscinny s endearingly naughty little boys made a wonderfully refreshing change from the forced Pure Chance profundities of Le Petit Prince to say nothing of the banal social lives of the dopey looking Parisian teens whoopulated a text book called Nos Amis Sempe s cartoonishly simply but wickedly expressive illustrations also added a great deal of charm So I always thought I d like to go back and revisit Nicholas The Lady and the Lionheart perhaps even in French but this relatively recent and highly attractivelyroduced English language edition made it easy and leasant to be lazy Truth be told this time around I might have found the stories to be rewarding if I had had to Remember that time when I unched you in the nose And then you unched me in the nose And we all started crying and then everything was okay again I read this. Ns a collection of 19 individual stories in which despite trying to be good Nicholas and his friends always seem to end up in some sort of mischief In the school room at home and in the layground their exuberance often takes over and the results are calamitous at least for their teachers and Schilder's Struggle for the Unity of the Church parents Whether confusing thehotographer hired to take the class icture rescuing a ‘stray’ dog or try. .

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Book to review for the library I work at and I seriously just ulled it off the shelf because I Liked The Way The Cover the way the cover It s about a YOUNG FRENCH BOY NICHOLAS AND HIS French boy Nicholas and his friends It s written in first erson as Nicholas and what I found articularly endearing was the way the sentences read as though they were really written by a seven year old They run on but are clear to understand Each chapter is like a short story or an individual episode and his reactions to the things that happen are very uniue Example Alec hit him on the cap with his tomahawk and said he was taking him risoner and Rufus was
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because he dropped his whistle in the grass and I was crying a bit and telling Eddie this was my yard and I never wanted anything to do with him again and everyone was shouting and it was all great we were having a fantastic time Adults will robably appreciate the uaintness of this book better than children but it s a fun read for anyone and a uick easy read Review on English followed by the Bulgarian one Amazing book wish that eople will have a chance to read itBecause so many adults have forgotten what is to be a kid and what is the way they see the world around us Great illustrations as well This is a classic collection of stories in French about Nicolas and his inapt arents Idyllic about life in the late 50s and early 60s they are full of humour and tales of growing up In France they are like the euivalent of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn. Ing desperately to help the teacher when the school inspector ays a visit Nicholas always manages to make matters worseThis hilarious and heart warming book will ignite laughter in children and adults alike These stories of Nicholas’s cureless antics blend a wonderfully imaginative sense of humour with a refreshing take on life to leave a lingering aftertaste of ageless romantic charm in any read.