Crêpes by Suzette by Monica Wellington
Crêpes by Suzette
Crêpes by Suzette
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Crêpes by Suzette

Written and illustrated by Monica Wellington
Published by Monica Wellington
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Take your children on a trip to Paris with Suzette, the crêpe maker, and her artistic customers. As Suzette sells her delicacies over the course of a day, you will be treated to the sights and sounds of one of the most beautiful cities in the world, from Nôtre-Dame to the Eiffel Tower. Suzette’s customers along the way are inspired by works of art, such as da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Degas’s Little Dancer. Children will learn some key French words and phrases. As delicious as Suzette’s crêpes, this book will captivate children–and parents– who will want to make the trip to Paris themselves. Bon voyage!

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    Book Details

    Publication Date
    October 27, 2018
    Original Publication Date
    March 8, 2004
    Original Publisher
    Dutton Books for Young Readers
    Illustration Details
    The pictures in this book are mixed-media collages, made with photos and ephemera collected in in Paris. The collage elements were cut and glued onto paper painted with acrylics, watercolors markers and colored pencils. A computer was not used to create any of the art work.
    Reading Age
    3 - 8 years
    ASIN/ISBN 10

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