by Frossard, Claire ; Urbain, Christophe

Après sa périlleuse traversée de l'Atlantique, Emma arrive enfin à Paris ! Avant toute chose, elle croque dans un croissant doré à point. Une fois rassasiée, la voici prête à se lancer à la recherche de sa cousine Amélie Moineau. Mais atteindre le 125 rue des Abbesses n'est pas si simple pour cette petite Américaine fraîchement débarquée. Des bords de la Seine aux grands boulevards, des bouquinistes au jardin du Palais-Royal, des petits bistrots au métro, nous suivons Emma pas à pas à la découverte d'un Paris enchanté. jusqu'à la retrouver en jongleuse et cracheuse de feu sur la place des Vosges ! Mais le clou du spectacle aura bien sûr lieu au pied de la tour Eiffel, où Emma nous donne rendez-vous.

Emma à paris
Publisher
BELIN
Type
book
Language
French
ISBN-13
9782701183794
ISBN-10
2701183790
Number of Pages
56
Height
8 mm
Widht
216 mm
Lenght
305 mm
Weight
492 g
Format
Book
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