About this Event
We invite parents and children to gather in the children's room of our médiathèque for a magical story time in French! Each month will feature a new selection of stories around a theme, read by one of our teachers. This informal activity is a great opportunity to attune your child's ear to French and get them comfortable in an immersive French environment.
What we'll be readingThis month our reader is Hélène Pasquier, who specializes in teaching French as a foreign language. We will be introducing characters and stories that belong to the world of fairy tales, but at a level accessible to children 2 to 5 years old. Be prepared for a hungry ogre, a wolf, and the Little Red Riding Hood!
Explore the systemic gender inequality in capitalism with sociologists Céline Bessière, Sibylle Gollac and Michèle Lamont
In partnership with Villa Albertine
The French Library is pleased to welcome Céline Bessière and Sibylle Gollac, on tour in the United States with Villa Albertine, to promote the US release of their book The Gender of Capital - How Families Perpetuate Wealth Inequality. They will be in discussion with Michèle Lamont, professor at Harvard University.Read More