Pépi et Gab Gab is a beginning French story with fun characters. We had fun coming up with voices for each animal. Have your students download the story and practice recording their French, too. They can re-record over and over until they get it right. C'est formidable! 
To download and import this project into 30hands Mobile, click here.

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