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Am I French Yet

Kate Petersen

Publisher: Indenpendent Ink

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KATE ALWAYS FELT FRENCH. She spoke the language, had visited the country numerous times, but she wanted to 'be' French - hard to do when living in Australia.  For years she dreamed of 'doing life' in France, and one day, she make it happen.  With her husband and three children in tow, Kate packed up their life in Australia, and moved to picturesque South-West France for a complete change of scenery. 
Am I French Yet? takes the reader on the inspiring journey of moving across the world to experience a new way of life.  It captures the pleasure, and the pain, in making this dream a reality, and the flexibility to embrace a change of lifestyle.

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