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Emma and Charlotte are two sisters living in Paris who couldn’t be more different. All Emma wants is to be a normal teenager and spend more time with her friends, but she is always having to look after her younger sister, Charlotte. Charlotte, unlike Emma, prefers to spend all her time with her dog, Sammy. One night, Emma sneaks out of the apartment to attend a friend’s party. But Emma doesn’t realize that Sammy also gets loose. After waking up and realizing Sammy is gone, Charlotte begins her search, but it leads her to the one place she fears the most—the catacombs beneath the streets of Paris. Upon returning home from the party and finding the apartment empty, Emma begins a frantic search for her sister. Meanwhile, Charlotte suspects there might be more than bones in the catacombs. What will Charlotte discover in the catacombs?

 

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    MT

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    VT

    average rating is 3 out of 5

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    Great series - Intro to Paris

    Looking for a way to introduce your students to Paris via a story? Like cute little rodents? Novice students need lots of input and repetition and a glossary to help them out? Look no further. There's definitely a bit of repetitiveness in these books but the storyline and curiosity about what happens to Rhumus keeps you reading. The author is very capable and has come up with yet another creative storyline that gets students reading. I particularly liked the 2nd book which had me hooked in wanting to know how the building frustration of the rats would resolve. You won't want to miss adding these titles to your classroom library!

    I recommend this product.

    Jack

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    Arizona, USA

    average rating is 3 out of 5

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    Interesting and at my level (A1-A2)

    This book was a pleasure to read. I understood most of it, but there were still some words I had to look up. The glossary in the back was very convenient. The story was interesting as well, and I found myself looking forward to seeing what was going to happen. Thanks.

    I recommend this product.

    Leigh

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    Massachusetts

    average rating is 3 out of 5

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    La lettre

    This was a great novel for my 8th grade French students. It’s compelling and relatable. They love reading that other kids go through similar challenges during adolescence. Highly recommend.

    I recommend this product.

    Dina

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    Ohio

    average rating is 3 out of 5

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    Your students won't want to put it down

    This book is written for more of an intermediate student. This one definitely holds my students attention! I really love that it has ties in "real" life and you can incorporate the Netflix and History channel shows when reading this one. I suggest buying this one with its sequel!

    I recommend this product.

    Lisa

    Location:

    Virginia

    average rating is 3 out of 5

    Time Published

    My students LOVE it!

    I LOVE that this book features an LGBTQ main character! I have not yet read it, because my students are ALWAYS reading it!! I have read the first few pages with my students, and the writing is excellent and engaging. It is a short story, which makes it awesome for your reluctant/struggling readers.

    I recommend this product.

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