Clovis Ecrevisse Et Charles Chatoui

Clovis Ecrevisse Et Charles Chatoui

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In this story of courage and friendship, set on the Louisiana bayou, Clovis Crawfish and his friends teach children how to put aside their fears and assist others, while also teaching them a bit of Cajun French. Clovis' bayou friends are frightened by the large, wide-eyed animal that Gaston Grasshopper spots climbing in the big old oak tree. But Clovis explains that this big betail is Raoul Raccoon, who is simply gathering berries for his meal. When this hungry raccoon gets trapped in Simone Spider's web, Clovis urges his friends to abandon their fears of Raoul and help him out of a sticky situation. Lizette Lizard and Reni1/2 Rainfrog quickly pull the cobwebs from Raouli1/2s eyes, preventing him from falling into the bayou. Grateful for their assistance, Raoul calls to them, "Merci, merci mille fois," or "I thank you a thousand times!"show more

Product details

  • 0-5
  • Hardback | 32 pages
  • 220.5 x 288.5 x 8.6mm | 381.02g
  • Pelican Publishing Company
  • United States
  • French
  • 1565546997
  • 9781565546998