publicité sur Croque Loisirs, annuaire des activités enfants sur Genève et Pays de Gex
L'ESPLANADE DU LAC - Saison 2014-2015 du 3/9/2014 au 20/9/2015

Here's what's hot off the press...

Our booksellers' selection for this season.

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My mom is a foreigner, but not to me

Sortie : 09/2013
Public : Ages 3-6
Autor(s) : Julianne Moore
Editor : Chronicle Books
Avalaible : Off The Shelf / Genève

Summary :

A foreign mom may eat, speak, and dress differently than other moms - she may wear special clothes for holidays, twist hair in strange old-fashioned braids, and cook recipes passed down from grandma.
Such a mom may be different than other moms, but... she is also clearly the best.

Oliver and the seawigs

Sortie : 09/2013
Public : Ages 9-12
Autor(s) : Philip Reeve
Editor : OUP Oxford
Avalaible : Off the Shelf / Genève

Summary :

Oliver grew up in a family of explorers - but his biggest adventure is about to begin!
Along with his new friends, a grumpy old albatross, a short-sighted mermaid and a friendly island called Cliff, Oliver goes off in search of his missing parents.
But before he can put his rescue plan into action there's the evil Stacey de Lacey and an army of pesky sea monkeys to contend with… EEP!

Unpacked! France

Sortie : 09/2013
Public : Ages 6-9
Autor(s) : Clive Gifford
Editor : Hachette Children's Books
Avalaible : Off the Shelf / Genève

Summary :

This beautifully designed series looks at countries around the world - their major cities, culture, way of life, food, language, and history - all presented in an engaging writing style.
Alongside this core information, readers will find out about fashion, music, popular culture and sport, as well as quirky facts and bite-sized information on the country's customs and everyday life.

Zoup va à l'école

Book in French
Sortie : 09/2013
Public : Ages 3-6
Autor(s) : Didier Pleux
Editor : Odile Jacob
Avalaible : Média-Loisirs / Archamps

Summary :

Tomorrow, Zoup will be going to school for the first time, and he’s a little scared.
Will he still be able to play and have fun? What will the other children be like? What sort of a teacher will he have?
Luckily his friend, Patafou the mouse, knows all the secrets of school.
She’ll tell Zoup all about it and teach him the song of those who are happy at school.