I just came across this and thought it might be useful: 1000 livres d’enfants qu’il faut avoir lus pour grandir http://www.amazon.fr/1001-livres-denfants-avoir-grandir/dp/2081240106/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1286213930&sr=8-1 it’s by Julia Eccleshare and obviously is the French version of “1001 children’s books you must read before you grow up” with French titles, useful if you want to know what French children’s books to choose.http://www.amazon.co.uk/1001-Childrens-Books-Must-Before/dp/1844036715/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1286214225&sr=8-1 Summary of English edition “1001 Children’s Books You Must Read Before You Grow Up” is the perfect introduction to the very best books of childhood: those books that have a special place in the heart of every reader. It introduces a wonderfully rich world of literature to parents and their children, offering both new titles and much-loved classics that many generations have read and enjoyed. From wordless picture books and books introducing the first words and sounds of the alphabet through to hard-hitting and edgy teenage fiction, the titles featured in this book reflect the wealth of reading opportunities for children. Browsing the titles in “1001 Children’s Books You Must Read Before You Grow Up” will take you on a journey of discovery into fantasy, adventure, history, contermporary life, and much more. These books will enable you to travel to some of the most famous imaginary worlds such as Narnia, Middle Earth, and Hogwart’s School. And the route taken may be pretty strange, too. You may fall down a rabbit hole, as Alice does on her way to Wonderland, or go through the back of a wardrobe to reach the snowy wastes of Narnia." It’s arranged by age.
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