Le cabinet des motions Aider votre enfant prendre confiance en lui
Une vraie « boîte-à-outils » à l’usage des parents modernes pour aider son enfant à prendre confiance en lui ! Ludique et pratique, à mi-chemin entre la BD et le guide parental, ce cahier fourmille de conseils utiles et d’exercices concrets pour aider l’enfant à sortir de sa coquille et à prendre confiance en lui. Découvrez comment le Docteur des Émotions permet à Charlus de ne plus se prendre pour un simple petit grain de riz !
Thinking of starting a business? Chances are you will be excited by your ideas, but daunted by what might lie ahead. Most start-up guides make that feeling worse, by overloading you with complex, yet missing out the essentials that you really need to focus on to succeed. From Acorns is a different kind of book. Free from jargon and full of practical tips from countless entrepreneurs, it’s the only guide that tells you exactly what you need to know – no frills, no complications. In its second edition, this bestselling book now includes information not only for small start-ups, but for those with ambitious growth plans who need to plan big financial pitches, initiate and nurture large scale expansions, and, eventually, sell and move on to the next venture. From Acorns is the no nonsense guide to starting a business – whether your plans or modest or on a grand scale, this book helps you get it right first time around.
Le Grand Meaulnes
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The Diary of a Country Priest
A young priest in a rural French parish struggles with the indifference and hostility of the people, and his own self-doubts. He dies of cancer, but at peace.
Monsieur de Camors
The novel that signified Feuillet's movement towards Realism, this is also his most revered work. This edition is complete, with a short biographical preface by Maxime Ducamp of the French Academy as its introduction.
Jill and Dragon
"And they all lived happily ever after." At least, that's what Jill's storybook says, but Jill can't help noticing that at the end of the story, one character looks far from happy. Dragon is despised by the king because all he can do is singe, burn, and barbecue. So Jill decides to make her fairy tale ring true and invites Dragon out of the book, so she can teach him some alternative life skills! Dragon throws himself into all of Jill's favorite things--but with disappointing results. When it seems as if all hope is lost, Jill and Dragon discover that he has one very unique, and palatable, talent . . .