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French fall book for kids: Touche à tout : L’automne

Today’s French book in focus is “Touche à tout : L’automne” by Éditions Scholastic. There are many reasons it’s one of my favourite French books for kids for the fall.

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French books for kids - Touche à tout : automne

Touche à tout : L’automne is a beautiful touch-and-feel book that introduces babies and infants to the magic of fall through its beautiful vibrant imagery and varied tactile elements. This engaging small-format board book is softly padded, yet durable, likely to withstand the curious baby. If it gets dirty, you can easily wipe it clean with a damp cloth. We’ve had this book for over a year now, and it still looks new.

French boooks for kids - Touche à tout : l'Automne

We love bringing this book with us on our nature walks and pointing out the different animals and plants that we encounter.

french books for kids: Touche à tout : L'automne

Pronunciation of the words in the book

Rain – la pluie

la pluie

Pumpkin – une citrouille

une citrouille

Apple harvest – la récolte des pommes

la récolte des pommes

Pine coneune pomme de pin

une pomme de pin

Sweaterun chandail

un chandail

School bus – un autobus scolaire

un autobus scolaire

Falling leaves – des feuilles qui tombent

des feuilles qui tombent

A colourful tree – un arbre coloré

un arbre coloré

Fox – un renard

un renard

Haystack – une botte de foin

une botte de foin

Acorn – un gland

un gland

Migrating geese – des bernaches qui migrent

des bernaches qui migrent

We, unfortunately, don’t get to meet the cute little squirrel on the cover of the book, but you can click below to find out how to pronounce the word in French.

Squirrel – un écureuil

un écureuil 

While we haven’t had the chance to see un renard, we’ve come across everything else this book. So really do take it with you when you’re out in nature this fall! It’s a fantastic way to explore and learn French.

What other fall-related French books for kids are on your list? Share your favourites in the comment section below.

If you want to teach your child fall-related French clothing vocabulary, check out this blog post.

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