Caillou and Rosie's Doll

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Pgw, Sep 1, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 24 pages
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Providing toddlers with the opportunity to learn about life along with a remarkably relatable Caillou, this successful series teaches kids about themselves and encourages communication between children and adults.


After watching Mommy put on makeup, Caillou decides that his little sister Rosie’s doll could use a little color too—with unfortunate results. Alongside Caillou, kids will learn the merit in correcting their own mistakes.

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About the author (2009)

Francine Allen is the author of many Caillou books, including Caillou Goes Birdwatching. She lives in Montreal, Quebec. CINAR Animation is the illustrator of Caillou: The Missing Sock and Caillou: The School Bus. The company is located in Montreal, Quebec.

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