French Learning Books
A very special and valuable characteristic of Learn French at Home is that since our creation in 2004, we have published our own series of books. All of them contain material that will help French learners improve their comprehension skills.
These French learning books are unique in many ways: all grammatical explanations are given in English; they are written in up-to-date French; most of them have audio links; they provide multiple useful tips at each level of your learning process; and several of them are truly unique, as nothing similar is available, such as, for example, the first self-help book on learning French ever published, Learning French? How to Make it Happen
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We have books for all levels and experience. Learn how to speak like a French person.
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Real Life Stories From a Reporter – French Learning Book$ 15.90 Add to cart
Short Stories in French Nr.5 – eBook w/audio$ 10.99 Add to cart
Say-it with a French Accent – eBook w/audio$ 19.50 Add to cart
Learning French? How to Make it Happen$ 17.99 Add to cart
Learn French Grammar – French Grammar eBook$ 24.50 Add to cart
Travelling In France – eBook with audio$ 16.00 Add to cart
Short Stories in French Nr.4 – eBook w/audio$ 10.99 Add to cart
Short Stories in French Nr.3 – eBook w/audio$ 10.99 Add to cart
Short Stories in French Nr.2 – eBook w/audio$ 10.99 Add to cart
Short French Stories Nr.1 – eBook w/audio$ 10.99 Add to cart
English-French Glossary of the UN, NGOs… eBook$ 21.99 Add to cart
French English Recipes eBook
$ 14.99Select options
French for Kids eBook PDF Download$ 12.99 Add to cart
Student Materials$ 47.00 Add to cart
Our students love our lessons and our books. Read our testimonials below:
All your stories were great—they just got better and better—that’s what made it so hard to put down the book! If I had to pick a favorite, it would have to be Mon second moi (genius!).
I really liked the layout you chose—prose followed by vocabulary explanations. How nice it was to have the vocabulary right there on the same page! It was as if you were reading my mind! Everything I needed was right there—not once did I have to stop reading and look up a word or expression.
I also really enjoyed and learned a great deal from your cultural and vocabulary segments. I knew that kiffe was slang for like, but I had no idea of the origin. I also always wondered about the difference between un plan and une carte. I knew about loto but had never heard of tiercé.
Well done and thank you!