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French for Kids: Beep Beep in NY! {Giveaway} #FrenchFridays

Previously on my blog I’ve shared the story of how Beep Beep came to be, and today I’m thrilled to share his new adventure! Pauline Lévêque has done it again and Beep Beep’s latest adventure is perfect for all NYC kids!

The fourth installment in the Beep Beep Books collection bring Beep Beep, the adventurous little red car and his trusted friend Chocolate the Cat to NYC. Together they explore all corners of Manhattan, exploring the iconic places like the Brooklyn Bridge and Central Park, and of course Lady Liberty, a gift from France to the US.

Beep Beep in NY -

The book is bilingual (the  text is in French and English) but you don’t need to be bilingual to love it. It’s especially a great book for NYC kids. My son loved it and when recognized the places in the story he got so excited! “Mama, we’ve been there!” or “Look, I’ve been to the Empire State Building!”

Beep Beep in NY

“I love Beep Beep. Where is going to go now?” My son thinks he should go to Mexico… and maybe Ecuador. He also wants to go see the Eiffel Tower now (Before coming to NYC Beep Beep and Chocolate were in Paris).

I love this collection because it definitely sparks my son’s imagination and desire to see different places! We can’t wait to see where Beep Beep goes to next!




I’m super excited because I get to give one lucky reader a signed copy of Beep Beep in New York! 

Even though it’s a bilingual book, you don’t need to be a French speaker to enjoy it!

If you have a NYC kid, Beep Beep in NY should definitely be part of your collection

Enter below via Rafflecopter, prize will be mailed out week of March 7th. USA only.


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Diana Limongi
Diana a mom, activist, nonprofit professional, podcaster and writer from Queens, NY. She writes about motherhood, activism, raising my multilingual kids, culture and travel. She and her multicultural family live in Queens, NY.


    1. hi Kristina! Glad that you found me! I hope you will enjoy exploring the content, and please LMK if there’s something you’re particularly interested in. Are you raising a bilingual child?

  1. My son is in a bilingual school French and German but he goes also in an English religious class (we go in an English speaking ward) and we speak often with friends in English. So a bilingual book in F/E would be great for him to start learning reading English. And the pictures are so lovely in this book!

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