A Poodle in Paris
Story and songs Connie Kaldor Illustrations Fil & Julie Narration Inès Cánepa
In this charming story featuring funny illustrations and catchy songs, a dog named La Grande Fifi strolls through the streets of Paris bumping into a wide assortment of friends, including her Bichon Frisé band who plays for her in a club called “Le Bow Wow!” The album includes 12 hilarious tunes that are easy to sing to and introduce children to a wide array of animals, from buffaloes and monkeys to armadillos and pandas!
• JUNO AWARD
• PARENTS’ CHOICE GOLD AWARD
• NATIONAL PARENTING PUBLICATIONS ASSOCIATION GOLD AWARD
Heartwarming, hilarious, and hopelessly Parisian. THE BLOOMSBURY REVIEW
Pub Date: 2006
Ages: 4 to 7
Keywords: Animals / Dogs / Friendship / Paris
Connie Kaldor is considered “one of Canada’s most significant contemporary folk performers” (Billboard Magazine). She has toured around the world, received five Junos and a Western Literature Award, and is a member of the Order of Canada. Her song, “Wood River” is considered by many to be the quintessential Prairie folk ballad. Her publications include A Duck in New York City and Lullaby Berceuse.
The duo Fil & Julie (Philippe Arseneau Bussières and Julie Saint-Onge Drouin) have illustrated several albums, including Gratien Gratton prince de la gratouille, Fanfaron, À l’école des petits magiciens and Time for Bed.