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Editions numériques

french books and practical guide to discover France and French

Editions numériques

Livre Editions Kolibri to learn French

App to learn French for ipad and android

Livre Editions Kolibri to learn French

Audio books to learn French and discover France

Kolibri Languages Practical Guides
Organised for easy reference and attractively illustrated, the Practical Guides are a unique combination of insider knowledge and structured language help (including an audio CD for pronunciation).

Pocket book to disvover France

Kolibri Languages Pocket Guides
For learners of French and the many travellers fascinated by France and French life, this is an original new collection of pocket-sized guides.

Ipad et Kindle applications to learn and practice French

Kolibri Languages Digital
The books are also available in digital versions that preserve the attractive layout of the books. The expression you need at your fingertips.

Information

French book special offer Chrismas

Special Offer starting on Black Friday

Receive a ‘Keys to France Pocket Guide’ FREE with every order!

Buy any Kolibri Languages Guide between
28 November and 15 December and receive a FREE copy of the popular ‘Keys to France Pocket Guide’ with your order.

“Keys to France offers a wealth of portable information for travellers.” Laura K. Lawless - French.about.com

 

All the Guides make perfect Christmas presents for your Francophile friends, or treat yourself to these attractive and practical books full of insights into the French language and culture.

 

 

Order today from www.kolibrilanguages.com and receive these acclaimed books directly from France plus your FREE copy of ‘Keys to France’

“These guides are not to be missed for anyone going to France.” Bonnie B. Neely – Real Travel Adventures

“An ideal passport to the French lifestyle.” Sylvie Bartlett-Rawlings - Languages Today

“Each book not only contains the essential vocabulary and phrases on each subject area, but a real and practical insight into French culture.” Living France November 2013