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Au café By Paris Granville
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Take advantage standards-based lesson plans to train your students to survive the French café. Teach your students authentic café foods and beverages with pictures, animations, beverage... More > tasting, information gap activities, sorting, and special video presentations by Belgian children and French teenagers. Train your students to interact with real French waiters while being polite through interpersonal conversations, drama situations, and video conversations in several cafés. Review or introduce the Euro with our information gap activities, video presentation, fake Euros and estimating activities. Create a café experience with our customizable organizers.< Less
THE PARIS CAFÉS By Compiled by Edith Molina
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THE PARIS CAFÉS is a compilation from works by GILMAN C. FISHER, Published in Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science in 1877 and WILLIAM H. UKERS, All About Coffee, Published... More > in 1922. Includes: The introduction of coffee into Paris by Thévenot in 1657—How Soliman Aga established the custom of coffee drinking at the court of Louis XIV—Opening of the first coffee houses—How the French adaptation of the Oriental coffee house first appeared in the real French café of François Procope—Important part played by the coffee houses in the development of French literature and the stage—Their association with the Revolution and the founding of the Republic—Quaint customs and patrons—Historic Parisian cafés. Black and white illustrated.< Less
THE PARIS CAFÉS By Compiled by Edith Molina
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THE PARIS CAFÉS is a compilation from works by GILMAN C. FISHER, Published in Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science in 1877 and WILLIAM H. UKERS, All About Coffee, Published... More > in 1922. Includes: The introduction of coffee into Paris by Thévenot in 1657—How Soliman Aga established the custom of coffee drinking at the court of Louis XIV—Opening of the first coffee houses—How the French adaptation of the Oriental coffee house first appeared in the real French café of François Procope—Important part played by the coffee houses in the development of French literature and the stage—Their association with the Revolution and the founding of the Republic—Quaint customs and patrons—Historic Parisian cafés. Black and white illustrated.< Less
Clowns Café and other stories By Susan Biver
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These short stories are of unusual variety, in their situations, events, and characters. You will meet holiday-makers, head-hunters, school-teachers, madrigal singers, small children, various... More > animals. You will find yourself in a police station, a French chateau, a Tokyo bar, a hospital, a poky Riviera flat, a country church, an island in the Far East Some of the stories will make you smile; some may move you; others are sure to give you food for thought. A literate and entertaining collection.< Less
The Mad Dog Café By Kate A. Hardy
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Three of the original characters from Going out in the Midday Sun have now combined their talents to open the Mad Dog Café on the Southern French coast. Joined by new staff, friends, lovers... More > and family members they pit their wits against bureaucracy, increasingly bizarre weather and life-changing surprises to make their venture a success. Set in France, with forays into London, Scotland and Las Vegas, The Mad Dog Café is the third part of a trilogy spanning twenty years in which the heroes are challenged with the everyday: the joys, dramas of their new venture as well as stalkers, near death experiences, and quite possibly the end of the world.< Less
Salad at the Bad Café By Helene Parry
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Holly can’t pack fast enough. She’s leaving South Wales to spend a year in France. At last, a chance to see the world outside her one-hearse town, Pontycynon (alias Ponty Sign-On). Even... More > if it’s the last resort - Ponty’s dreaded twin town, Mauvoisins. Three days after setting foot on French soil, Holly’s on the run from her au pair job. But she won’t crawl back home with her tail between her leggings. Not when there’s a room above the Bad Café. And a new career, teaching the locals to speak English tidy, mun. Holly’s trip has its hazards - a run-in with the Mayor’s family, tabloid controversy and a toe-curling moment of merde on the dancefloor. But when she stumbles upon a twisted secret, is she heading down the (wrong side of the) road to ruin...? Salad At The Bad Café: a tale of friendship, secrets, betrayal, and Welsh cakes.< Less
At the Beach Café, Poems 1991-2009 By Carmel Dylan
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At the Beach Café, Poems 1991-2009, is a collection of over 40 poems written and performed in beach cafés in California, the French Riviera, and on the French island chains. It is an... More > eclectic and penetrating situational study of island lifestyles. Motifs of love, integrity, art and war are interwoven in the text.< Less
At the Beach Cafe Poems 1991-2009 3rd Edition By Carmel Dylan
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At the Beach Café, Poems 1991-2009 is a collection of over 40 poems, written and performed at beach cafés in California, on the French Riviera and on the French island chains. It is an... More > eclectic and penetrating situational study of island lifestyles. Motifs of love, integrity, art and war are interwoven in the text. This edition is a 6"x9" book.< Less
La conquete d'une cuisiniere II Le tombeur-des-cranes [French] By Frances Hodgson Burnett
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: modifier Eugène Chavette, de son vrai nom Eugène... More > Charlemagne Vachette, né le 28 juin 1827 à Paris et mort le 16 mai 1902 à Montfermeil, est un écrivain français.Fils du restaurateur parisien Joseph Vachette, propriétaire des cafés littéraires le Brébant-Vachette et le café Vachette, il commence à écrire à l'âge de trente-huit ans. Il collabore au Figaro, au Tintamarre, au Soleil, aux Pensées d'un emballeur et à L'Événement. Écrivain humoriste, il présente sur un mode léger et burlesque de petites histoires dont la moralité s'accommode de macabre et de scabreux. Certains de ses romans sont des romans policiers, tels que Le Procès Pictompin, La Bande de la belle Aliette, La Chambre du crime. Excerpt from: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8ne_Chavette< Less
La conquete d'une cuisiniere I Seul contre trois belles-meres [French] By Eugene Chavette
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: modifier Eugène Chavette, de son vrai nom Eugène... More > Charlemagne Vachette, né le 28 juin 1827 à Paris et mort le 16 mai 1902 à Montfermeil, est un écrivain français.Fils du restaurateur parisien Joseph Vachette, propriétaire des cafés littéraires le Brébant-Vachette et le café Vachette, il commence à écrire à l'âge de trente-huit ans. Il collabore au Figaro, au Tintamarre, au Soleil, aux Pensées d'un emballeur et à L'Événement. Écrivain humoriste, il présente sur un mode léger et burlesque de petites histoires dont la moralité s'accommode de macabre et de scabreux. Certains de ses romans sont des romans policiers, tels que Le Procès Pictompin, La Bande de la belle Aliette, La Chambre du crime. Excerpt from: https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eug%C3%A8ne_Chavette< Less