Caillou: The Shopping Trip

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Pgw, 2001 - Education - 24 pages
In the "North Star series, three-year-old Caillou continues to learn about life. He is also beginning to take his first steps into the wider world in an effort to understand his environment. The "North Star books, conceived with a child psychologist, encourage personal growth and confidence by teaching children about themselves, familiar situations, and the challenges they might encounter in their daily lives. Caillou's adventures help children become confident that they can handle new experiences. The clear illustrations and simple texts provide ideal tools for language acquisition while fostering interaction between parent and child. While at the store, Caillou wanders off by himself and causes a minor disaster.

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About the author (2001)

Nicole Nadeau is a child psychiatrist at Sainte-Justine Children's Hospital in Montreal, Quebec, and the author of "Caillou: I'm Not Hungry!" Pierre Brignaud is the illustrator of numerous Caillou titles, including "Caillou: Count with Me!," "Caillou: Good Night," "Caillou: I Will Always Love You," and "Caillou: Just Like Daddy," They both live in Montreal, Quebec.

Roger Harvey is the author of "Caillou and the Rain, Caillou Goes to Work, "and "Caillou Is Sick," Claude Lapierre is the illustrator of "Caillou and Gilbert," "Caillou: Helps Mommy," and" Caillou: My First Vacation,""" They both live in Montreal, Quebec.

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