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CPF FRENCH INTERNET ADDRESS LIST
0260. French Books
See 0037-4. French Education Related - Literature
See 0045. French Reading ListsMANYBOOKS.NET
Les éditions Scholastic
Usborne Books at Home (have French books)
Usborne Books at home, includes French titles.
Addison Wesley Longman, teacher supplies
Multilingual Matters is an international publisher specializing in books and journals on all aspects of multilingual and multicultural
education, including second language learning. Under its related imprint, Channel View Publications, it also publishes material
on environmental education and tourism.
You can see what we publish, and order books and journals over the Internet, from our main web site
Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF) Online
The Bibliothèque Nationale de France (BNF) is launching the new version of its numerical library which proposes 30,000 books published on its website. Most of them are in French, but some are in English and in other languages. Gallica 2 is a new version of the BNF digital library; the Gallica 2 program is under development and will be progressively enriched over the coming months.
Contes Pour Tous
Chapter books to read on the web
chapter book on the web about an 8 yr old girl
Educational Materials Catalog for Home Schoolers
National Book Service, list of French resources
des livres qui cliquent
Chain of bookstores in Montreal
Educational materials for teachers.
French Archie Comic
Club Passeport Jeunesse, la lecture, un passeport pour la vie (catalogue of French books and learning activities)
300, rue Arran, St-Lambert, Quebec, J4R 1K5
tél: 514-875-0327 poste 242 téléc: 450-672-1481
Éditions Marie France - Educational Materials for Teachers
3651, rue Fleury Est, Montreal-Nord, Quebec H1H 2S5
video & books)
centre franco-ontarien de ressources pedagogiques (CFORP)
613-747-1553 Fax 613-747-2808
Kiyeko et les voleurs de N..., fun site for kids (explore story)
Hautement reconnu dans le milieu de l'enseignement,
Chenelière/McGraw-Hill publie des ouvrages scolaires destinés à tous
les niveaux d'enseignement (du préscolaire à l'universitaire, en passant
par le secteur professionnel).
Supplier of books and other educational materials.
Les Éditions de la Chenelière inc.
7001, boul. Saint-Laurent
Canada H2S 3E3
Vancouver Kids Books
(french books, some french cassette books, some French software)
3083 West Broadway, Vancouver, BC
SRS Book Boutique (some French materials)
Surrey, BC V4B 4N2
(604) 538-6226, Fax (604) 538-1659
MacNeill Library Services
of National Book Service
#103 - 366 E. Kent Ave. South, Vancouver, BC
Oui For Kids is an on-line bookstore selling high quality French language children's books, CD-ROMS and music on CD and
tape. We also sell great teacher resources.
Carry some French language calendars and books.
CPF members receive per 'ship to' address: 25 assorted books - 40% discount off retail price
includes French books
Learning materials, games
A book price comparison site that allows you to search for the best prices on French books at online booksellers like Barnes and Noble,
Le Voile Déchiré by Carmen Bin Laden
Carmen Bin Laden is the ex-wife of one of Osama Ben Laden's many half brothers. Ms. Bin Laden, the daughter of a Swiss father and Iranian mother, had been raised in Geneva and spent more than a year in the United States with her new husband. Ms. Bin Laden, her husband and infant daughter moved to the Ben Laden compound in Jeddahh, Saudi Arabia. "I was suffocating with rage" she write in her memoir, which became an immediate bestseller when it was released recently in Europe. The book, Le Voile Déchiré (The Torn Veil), is not yet available in English (as of March 2004). "It was simply out of the question that my daughters were going to be raised in that kind of society" says the former Carmen Ben Laden. She now spells her name Bin Laden to dissociate herself with her ex-husband's family.
Canada's Francophone Minority Communities
Constitutional Renewal and the Winning of School Governance
Michael D. Behiels
An in-depth account of how Canada's
Francophone minority communities renewed
themselves via their struggles to obtain
language education rights and eventually
managed to win, with the backing of the
Charter, the Supreme Court, and the Canadian
government, full and unfettered school
McGill-Queen's University Pres
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