New Edition
The first FSL dictionary entirely developed
in Canada.
Designed for 9-to-15 year old learners
of French.

   over 11 000 entries
   13 000 sample sentences with their English equivalent
   comprehensive English-French index
   grammatical agreements
   conjugation keys
   about 1500 synonyms and antonyms
   37 grammar charts
   331 language notes
   84 cultural vignettes
   over 300 illustrated words and picture pages in colour

Author: Clément Beaudoin


"As an experienced second language teacher, I can honestly say this is one of the best dictionaries I have seen for second language learners. It does not surprise me that it was conceived and written by a French teacher. I have recommended it to all my junior French students and it has become a useful fixture in my classroom. Although it is lightweight and easy to carry, it contains a wealth of information inside. It includes the expected dictionary content, but it also has interesting cultural information and vignettes, colored illustrations, irregular verbs conjugated in full at their entry, examples of how the chosen word is used in different sentences, variants of irregular verbs presented as separate entries, a multitude of idiomatic expressions, the masculine and feminine forms spelled out, synonyms, related words and antonyms listed with the chosen word so as to develop vocabulary, an English-French index, and the basic rules of French grammar presented throughout in chart form. The layout, content and visual presentation are so inviting that students choose to use their "Myosotis" over the other traditional dictionaries or online translators."
Ms. Marti L. Player, M.Ed
International Languages Department Head
Elgin Park Secondary, Surrey, B.C.

"Après consultation et analyse, il semble bien que, à l’heure actuelle, le meilleur dictionnaire sur le marché, pour les élèves de FL2, soit Le Myosotis, qui est le premier véritable Dictionnaire illustré du français langue seconde au Canada."
Joan Netten
Memorial University of Newfoundland

Claude Germain
Université du Québec à Montréal

"As an educator, and in my current role, it is my opinion that le Myosotis is the best resource that I have seen for committed FSL learners."
James Shea
Former Executive Director of Canadian Parents for French