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Déplacer les montagnes - Level 1 - French

Déplacer les montagnes - Level 1 - French

Jennifer Degenhardt

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By: Jennifer Degenhardt

Though it is a story that involves travel, it is not typical in any way...

After living in Rennes in northwestern France for some time and beginning to pay attention to some troubling signs, Claire determines that it is time to leave that city. As an artist and a creative, she finds that life in Bretagne is a little stale, affecting not only her art, but also every fiber of her being. So, she decides on a new life plan, one that will allow her to travel all over the world, practice her art, meet new people and build community with them. And she is going to do it all with her best pal, her motorcycle - the Phoénix. Feeling freer than she ever has, Claire and her trusty companion take the next big step by taking the ferry across the Strait of Gibraltar from Europe to Morocco, so excited for what the world has to offer. But, Claire’s new life and lifestyle are almost brought to an abrupt halt when a catastrophic event occurs while she and The Phoenix are riding - alone - in a Moroccan desert. Will the Phoénix come back to life or will Claire lose hers before it really has a chance to begin?

Level 1+
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©2021. French. Level 1+. High school. 5 x 8 inches. Softcover, 73 pages.

SKU: 8B3013
ISBN: 978-1-7362-4386-2

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Jennifer Degenhardt

About the Author
Jennifer Degenhardt taught middle and high school Spanish for more than 24 years and is currently teaching college-level students. She began writing when her high school students were not succeeding with traditional textbook lessons. Jennifer's books highlight cultural, social, economic, and political themes and inspire reflection and conversation, both in- and outside of the classroom. All of Jennifer's books deal with identity to some degree and how important it is for one to know who one is. Click here to visit Jen's website.