Le loup de Noël
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Story by Claude Aubry Songs by Bon Débarras Narration by Michel Faubert Illustrated by Pierre Pratt
A delightful French-Canadian Christmas story, told with warmth and perception, that features an old wolf, driven by hunger, that had once terrorized the countryside, who takes refuge in a village church on Christmas Eve. The accompanying CD includes a narration of the story and a dozen traditional French-Canadian party songs.
An indispensable book-CD, the memory of which will be cherished for a long time. TÉLÉRAMA
STORYBOOK – MUSIC CD 978-2-924217-67-2
Pub Date: 2015
Ages 7 to 9
Keywords: folklore, Christmas, countryside, winter
Hardcover book (8”x 8”, 60 pages) with CD (53 minutes / 1 Narrated story + 12 songs)
$ 22.95 CND / $ 16.95 USD / 19.50 €
Claude Aubry (1914-1984) was the first Canadian author published in the People's Republic of China, and for which the prestigious IBBY Canada (International Union for Youth Book) is now named. Alongside his career as an author, Claude Aubry was director of the Ottawa Public Library from 1953 to 1979.
Pierre Pratt has illustrated over 50 books. He has won numerous awards, including the Governor General's Literary Award three times. Recently, he was awarded the prestigious Elizabeth Mrazik-Cleaver Award by IBBY Canada.
STORYBOOK – MUSIC CD
60 page illustrated hardcover book, 8″ X 8″ format, with an appended music CD containing 1 narrated story and 12 songs (53 minutes)
$22.95 PrixAdd to cart