Buenas Noches!

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Cooper Square Publishing Llc, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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The popular North Star series of Caillou books is now available in Spanish! In this series, three-year-old Caillou is beginning to explore his place in the wider world. Conceived with a child psychologist, these books encourage personal growth and confidence by teaching children about themselves, familiar situations, and the challenges they may encounter in their daily lives. The clear illustrations and simple text provide ideal tools for language acquisition white fostering interaction between parent and child. Buenos noches! follows Caillou through his evening routine. Caillou is a big boy now, so he stays up later than his baby sister. He has fun playing games and reading books with his mommy and daddy. When bedtime comes and Caillou's daddy closes his bedroom door, Caillou doesn't feel so big anymore. With the comforting sounds of his parents nearby, he is soon fast asleep.

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About the author (2004)

Christine L'Heureux wrote the book on Caillou--literally! As a writer and children's publisher, she is the woman behind the first Caillou books. She lives in Montreal, Canada.

Christine L'Heureux is the founder of Chouette Publishing and the author of several books, including "Caillou Moves Around, Caillou: Count with Me, Caillou: Good Night, Caillou: Happy Birthday, Caillou: I Will Always Love You," and "Caillou: Just Like Daddy," Gisele Legare is the coauthor of "Caillou: Good Night. "Pierre Brignaud is the illustrator of "Caillou: Count with Me!, Caillou: Good Night, Caillou: I Will Always Love You, "and "Caillou: Just Like Daddy," They all 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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