Le Petit Nicolas by René Goscinny

Le Petit Nicolas

La maîtresse est inquiète, le photographe s'éponge le front, le Bouillon devient tout rouge, les mamans ont mauvaise mine, les papas font les guignols, le directeur part à la retraite, quant à l'inspecteur, il est reparti aussi vite qu'il était venu. Pourtant, à l'école ou en famille, Geoffroy, Agnan, Eudes, Rufus, Clotaire, Maixent, Alceste, Joachim... et le Petit Nicolas sont - presque - toujours sages.

Details Le Petit Nicolas

TitleLe Petit Nicolas
Release DateJan 10th, 1988
GenreCultural, France, Childrens, Fiction, Humor, Classics

Reviews Le Petit Nicolas

  • Mariel
    Remember that time when I punched you in the nose? And then you punched me in the nose? And we all started crying and then everything was okay again?
  • Ahmad Sharabiani
    Le Petit Nicolas = Nicholas ( (Le Petit Nicolas #1)), René Goscinny, Jean-Jacques Sempéعنوانها: ماجراهای نیکولا کوچولو؛ نیکولا مرد کوچک؛ نویسنده: سامپه؛ گوسینی؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: نوزده فوریه سال 1999 میلادی؛ دومین خوانش: آوریل سال 2007 میلادیعنوان: ماجراهای نیکولا کوچولو؛ نویسنده: سامپ...
  • Michael Finocchiaro
    This is a classic collection of stories in French about Nicolas and his inapt parents. Idyllic about life in the late 50s and early 60s, they are full of humour and tales of growing up. In France, they are like the equivalent of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn.
  • Manny
    Max And Lili Visit My SchoolToday when I arrived at school everyone was very excited because there were two new kids called Max and Lili. My friend Alceste told me they had come from the year 2012 in a time machine, I asked Alceste what a time machine was but he was eating a sandwich, Alceste eats all the time and his mouth is always full so he pointed at Agnan and told me to ask him. Agnan is top of the class and the teacher's pet, he's no fun b...
  • Rachel
    Funny, cute, and sweet. Lovely visit with childhood friends."Moi, je serais la plus belle de toutes et toi, tu m'apporterais des fleurs."
  • Emily
    I have fond memories of reading some of these stories in their original form (I think) in my 10th grade French class (sadly, these are the ONLY fond memories I have of studying French!). Goscinny's endearingly naughty little boys made a wonderfully refreshing change from the forced profundities of Le Petit Prince, to say nothing of the banal social lives of the dopey looking Parisian teens who populated a text-book called "Nos Amis". Sempe's cart...
  • Kim
    My favorite metro book in France. I sometimes had to be really refrain myself from laughing out loud (I got really good at disguising laughter with a cough).
  • Μανώλης Σιμιτσάκης
    Ο μικρός Μανώλης κάθε τόσο διέκοπτε τη μητέρα του για να της διαβάσει αποσπάσματα με παιδικό στόμφο και χαχανητό :) Έτσι, σίγουρα χάνει ένα αστεράκι από την πλευρά της μάνας του...
  • Kimberlee
    I read this book to review for the library I work at, and I seriously just pulled it off the shelf because I liked the way the cover looked. It's about a young French boy, Nicholas, and his school friends. It's written in first-person as Nicholas, and what I found particularly endearing was the way the sentences read as though they were really written by a seven year old. They run on, but are clear to understand. Each chapter is like a short stor...
  • Amy
    I found myself laughing out loud several times while reading this book! I also found myself reading it out loud to anyone in my family who would listen. It gave me a glimpse into the mind of my boy and my overgrown boy (husband). So if you want to kind of see how your 7ish year old boy (and his friends) think, read this hilarious book! Sooo cute.