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Tags are not yet searchable that way, but here is a trick you could use.
Click on the tag you think will bring up the most books. Then set the number of books displayed to maximum (I think it's 100 per page). Then click on Control-F (for Find) and type in the second tag you wish to use. The screen will highlight each use of the second tag on that page, one at a time, so you can then find all the books tagged with both French-tag AND children's-tag.
Also, have you checked into the Foreign Language/World literature genre forum here at PBS? Perhaps those folks will have some suggestions for you as well.
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The easiest way I know of to do something like that is to go to the children's books section on Amazon (or someplace similar) and search for the term French. When you find the books you are interested in obtaining, cut and past them to a blank document. When you're done, you can paste them here. I did that recently to obtain some spanish books.
There is publisher of some very cute children's books, http://storyteller.barefootbooks.com. They have 2 Bilingual French/English books.
L'ours au Soleil (Bear in Sunshine)
If no one has them on PBS, they are currently running a special, code: TWENTY
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When the data team edits foreign language titles, we try to put the language in parenthesis in the title line, i.e.
L'ours au Soleil (Bear in Sunshine) (French)
So you might try using French as a keyboard in your search.
You can also find French language books under the genre of Literature & Fiction > World Literature > Untranslated > French
But none of these methods are foolproof, particularly for children's books. It might be easiest to search Amazon for "french children's books", which brings up quite a few, and search by ISBN.
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