Un pato en Nueva York
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Story and songs by Connie Kaldor Illustrated by Fil & Julie Performed by Inés Canepa
A story about a little duck with a big dream and his lonesome journey to New York City in hopes of bringing his ducky dance to the Broadway stage. Along the way, issues of courage, self-esteem, friendship and encouragement are addressed. There’s a strong urge to cheer on this little guy in this never-give-up-on-your dreams narrative. The CD includes 12 happy-go-lucky songs such as “Couac, couac, couac” and “J’adore les tomates.” Quirky and fun artwork adds to the book’s jovial tone.
Real quack-quack music-hall, not namby-pamby! TÉLÉRAMA
STORYBOOK – MUSIC CD 978-2-923163-28-4
Pub Date: 2006
Ages 3 to 5
Keywords: Self-esteem, dreams, friendship, animals
Hardcover book (8”x 8”, 40 pages) with CD (28 minutes / 12 songs)
$ 22.95 CND / $ 16.95 USD / 19.50 €
Connie Kaldor is “one of Canada’s most significant contemporary folk performers” (Billboard Magazine). Her song, “Wood River” is considered by many to be the quintessential Prairie song. In 2007, she was appointed to the Order of Canada.
The duo Fil & Julie (Philippe Arseneau Bussières and Julie Saint-Onge Drouin) have illustrated several albums such as Gratien Gratton prince de la gratouille, Fanfaron, À l’école des petits magiciens and Time for Bed.