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Par Madeleine Chénard, Honoré Beaugrand. 1980
En cette veille de Noël, campé à la Rivière-aux-Rats, le bucheron Joseph Rivard se sent bien loin des siens. Ses…compagnons l'invitent à voyager en chasse-galerie. L'entreprise hasardeuse est couronnée de succès. Un conte à saveur folklorique, écrit dans le style du terroir. Années 2-4. 1980.
Par Tom Angleberger. 2018
Once upon a time there was a Princess . . . . . . who made a pit stop. While…the Birds and Beasts changed her tires, her Fairy Godmother told her she was in last place! With just one lap left! She might as well give up! Give up? Not THIS princess! Instead, she hit the gas! Join Her Royal Highness in the driver's seat for a mad dash to the finish in this exciting ode to auto racing. With appearances by fairy tale favorites including the Tortoise and the Hare, the Frog Prince, and ALL of the Wicked Witches, this rollicking mash-up of race cars and royalty is a true celebration of both girl power and horsepower.
Par Pat-A-Cake. 2017
The Wheels on the Bus combines lively pictures with a classic rhyme that's easy for parents and carers to recognise…and recite. Young children will adore singing along as the big bright bus trundles along. The spotting game at the end is a great incentive to go through the pages once again until each tiny thing is found! Nursery Rhymes are important stepping stones to language development. The rhymes usually tell a story, too, with a beginning, a middle and an end. This teaches children that events happen in sequence, and they begin to follow along. Nursery rhymes are also full of repetition making them easy to remember, and often become some of a child's first sentences. Also available: Hey Diddle Diddle, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, Old Macdonald had a Farm