Le petit chien de laineBook - 2005 | French
This vibrant, engaging assortment offers children an entertaining introduction to the French language. From stories of friendship, family, discovery, and self-esteem to silly, snappy songs of one-of-a-kind barnyard animals, lullabies, and segments of classical music, children tune in to a variety of musical styles and multi-cultural experiences. The accompanying CDs provide children an opportunity to hear the pronunciation of the words and sing along as they learn the language. nbsp; In the title song and story of this musical collection, a stuffed, woolen puppy falls victim to famished mites after having been left at home alone while his parents gonbsp; to seenbsp;an exhibit of humans at a local park. Upon their return, they discover his red, soggy, cotton tail on the floor and are faced with the challenge of putting him back together. Lionel Daunais's lightheartednbsp;rendition of this song was a popular radio favorite in French-speaking Canadanbsp;in the 1950s. The additional 12 songsnbsp;innbsp;this storybook-music CD are off-the-wall fun for the whole family, full of clever word play and many strange creatures, including a bird who is part kangaroo and part rooster, a tortoise named Sue who goes around town without a shell, and a hard-headed hammer who hasnbsp;gone bonkers.
Publisher: Montréal : La Montagne Secrète ; Winnipeg : Folle Avoine, 2005
Branch Call Number: 782.42083 D242
Characteristics:  p. : ill. en coul. ; 22 cm + 1 disque compact.