Une fête sous la lune
L’extraordinaire voyage de la bande à Bébert
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Story by Christiane Duchesne and Jérôme Minière Illustrated by Marianne Ferrer Performances by Bruno Marcil, Ariane Moffatt, Salomé Leclerc, Frannie Holder and Michel Rivard
“Une fête sous la lune” (“A Party Under the Moon”) is the sequel to “Un pique-nique au soleil” (“A Picnic in the Sun”), comprised of a narrated story in French interspersed with twenty original and traditional songs. The story introduces us to four inseparable friends who fleed torrential rains for a new life at the top of the Blue Mountain. Here, Bebert and his buddies will meet a little girl named Alice who appears to have the magical power to take them on a wild ride up high in the sky amongst the shooting stars. It’s time to sing their hearts out as they circle the moon and have the party of their life! In addition to an illustrated story, this book is accompanied by a CD featuring recordings of the narrated story and 18 songs along with unique code for the digital download of the audio.
MUSICAL PICTURE BOOK 978-2-924774-92-2
Pub Date: 2021
Ages: 5 to 7 / Grades Pre-K to 2
Keywords: Animals / travel / friendship / generosity
Hardcover book (8” x 11”, 48 pages) with CD (64 minutes / 20 recordings) and unique digital code for MP3 download
$ 22.95 CND / $ 16.95 USD / 19.50 €
Christiane Duchesne is the author of more than 60 children’s books, including Kiss for Peter, The Loonies Arrive and Mémère et ses cinq monstres. She is a two-time winner of the Governor General’s Literary Award and was a finalist for the Christian Andersen Award sponsored by the International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY).
Jérôme Minière grew up in Orléans, France and settled in Montreal in 1995. As a singer-songwriter, he has released over a dozen albums, including Le vrai le faux (winner of the prestigious Belgian prize Le Prix Rapsat-Lelièvre) and Petit Cosmonaute (winner of a Felix Award, the equivalent of a Grammy in French-speaking Canada, for his songwriting). He has also created music for several theatrical productions, including La Fête de Boris, directed by Denis Marleau, which was part of the highly-respected Festival d’Avignon, held annually in the South of France.
Marianne Ferrer was born in Venezuela and immigrated to Canada in 1998. After attending Dawson College in Montreal, for illustration and design, she completed her education in graphic design at the Université du Québec à Montréal. She recently published The Invisible Garden and A Story about Cancer (With a Happy Ending).
MUSICAL PICTURE BOOK
48-page illustrated hardcover book, 8″ X 11″ format, with an appended music CD containing 20 recordings (64 minutes) and unique digital code for MP3 download.
$22.95 PrixRead more