La cravate de Simenon (A2) (Mondes en VF) - Nicolas Ancion
Open to all horizons of the Francophonie, the Mondes en VF collection bears witness to literature in touch with the realities of today's world. Personal perspectives - funny, tender or bitter - on our changing worlds, the stories in this collection are all doors to the pleasure of reading in French.
Complete audio recordings are available to download for free on the collection's website http://www.mondesenvf.fr, as well as additional teaching ideas, introductory sheets to facilitate writing workshops in French as a foreign language, resources for vocabulary, information on literary genres, literature by country, resources on specific themes and biographies of the authors to help with study of the texts in the classroom.
If Leopold found work, it's thanks to this tie. If he discovered his vocation as a writer, it is still thanks to this tie. Previously, his father was careful to wear it in all the big decision moments of his life.
What's so special about it? Its origin: it once belonged to Georges Simenon, the famous Belgian writer!
But when Leopold's father falls seriously ill, the poor tie seems helpless ... Unless?