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L^ENFANTDELALUNE | A\AIRET 1 t HEALYEDITH irif 1 t t tt i *|" %*|r ir f ^if ifif if if ^ tf f ^1^i "t f't % -CHICAGONEWYORK- CINCINNATI^ g --AMERICAN BOOK COMPANYI | 4prje5j^nkîtutl)cltbmriî "^ OF THE BY a/^^a.'cJi^ipI-^^- /f/J ..^ LUNEM2.^85eIFANT DE LA MAIRETJEANNE EDITED FOR SCHOOL USE HEALYEDITH yî V V- olil •:• •:NEW YORK CINCINNATI CHICAGO AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY Copyright, igoi, by Edith Healy Entered at Stationers' Hall, London L'ENFANT DE LA LUNE P. 2W. PREFACE L'Enfant de la Lune, in its original form, made its initial bow the public in Paris as a Christmas bookto in December, This arrangement was made directly1900. original proof-sheets and thereforefrom the may be said alniost simultaneously itsto appear with Parisian proto- type. Jeanne Mairet, although in 'reality an American by birth, bas become so identified with lier husband's country, that she lias been accepted in the Parisian lit- erary world as one of that exclusive set. She is so well known in the class-room through her Tâche du Petit Pierre that she needs no introduction to the American public. La Tâche du Petit Pierre was prepared for young children beginning to learn the French language. L'En- Lune is arranged readerfant de la as a for rather more advanced pupils. The children who hâve gone through La Tâche du Petit Pierre hâve learned their auxiliary verbs and understand the use of a vocabulary; it has therefore been considered advisable in this book to sup- press ail grammatical notes.

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BY
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/f/J..^LUNEM2.^85eIFANT DE LA
MAIRETJEANNE
EDITED FOR SCHOOL USE
HEALYEDITH

V V- olil
•:• •:NEW YORK CINCINNATI CHICAGO
AMERICAN BOOK COMPANYCopyright, igoi, by
Edith Healy
Entered at Stationers' Hall, London
L'ENFANT DE LA LUNE
P. 2W.PREFACE
L'Enfant de la Lune, in its original form, made its
initial bow the public in Paris as a Christmas bookto
in December, This arrangement was made directly1900.
original proof-sheets and thereforefrom the may be said
alniost simultaneously itsto appear with Parisian proto-
type.
Jeanne Mairet, although in 'reality an American by
birth, bas become so identified with lier husband's
country, that she lias been accepted in the Parisian lit-
erary world as one of that exclusive set. She is so well
known in the class-room through her Tâche du Petit
Pierre that she needs no introduction to the American
public.
La Tâche du Petit Pierre was prepared for young
children beginning to learn the French language. L'En-
Lune is arranged readerfant de la as a for rather more
advanced pupils. The children who hâve gone through
La Tâche du Petit Pierre hâve learned their auxiliary
verbs and understand the use of a vocabulary; it has
therefore been considered advisable in this book to sup-
press ail grammatical notes.
The exercises for retranslation from English into
French, which correspond to the text of each chapter,
hâve been turned into English corresponding as nearly
as possible to the French words, niaking often a trans-L ENFANT DE LA LUNE
lation vvhich is too literal for élégance, but which will
facilitate the pupils' work of retranslation.
The questions following each chapter are printed in
French and the pupils will, by their ansvvers, show how
well they hâve understood the text.