Le Trésor


Exciting story about Blanche, a young curator working in the local museum of a small village. And about the haunted house she lives in, its history, its previous inhabitants, and its ghost. Will Blanche and her dog find out what is going on? Will they be able to solve the mystery and find peace in the end? 

This novel was originally in Spanish and set in a village in the Andes. In the French version this setting is moved to a small village in the south of France, possibly Rennes-le Château, in which village a similar mystery took place. 

Is this book suitable for you? You can read the first chapter by clicking on the pages on the left-hand side. If you can read this chapter fairly easily this book is the right one for you.


Nicole de Boer

"I found this novel reallly exciting. It contains some beautiful yet everyday descriptions of Blanche, of her dog Antione, of the village where she lives and of her work. But there are also some eerie and thrilling events and for a long time you don't know where it all will lead to."


For Teachers

This book is written in nice, but fairly demanding French, level A2 plus.
Students can read it well by themselves, but it is also suitable to be used in class. Topics for discussion could be ghosts and ghost stories, hidden treasures or the typical characteristics of small villages in the south of France.
Various activities can make reading Le Trésor more enjoyable and the language easier to understand.

Classroom set 

If you would like to order a set of books for use in your class we can offer a discount of 10% for a minimum of 20 copies of the same title. Please order timely and by e-mail as our supplies are limited. Delivery of larger quantities will take two to three weeks.

Note: All the materials are copyright protected, which means that it is not permitted to make copies for use in the classroom.

Author: Adriana Ramírez
Year of publication: 2018
Number of pages: 58 (including glossary)
ISBN: 978-1775396901
Illustrated: Yes
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