‘A highly diverting picture book about an agreeable pet boa constrictor that earns the affection and gratitude of a French village.’ —BL. ‘Children will love it.’ —H.
Notable Children's Books of 1940–1959 (ALA)
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Once upon a time in a little French town lived an old lady whose name was Madame Louise Bodot. She had one son who was in Africa studying reptiles. One morning the mailman brought her a peculiar O ... Read full review
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Good read aloud, very Madeline-ish, Old lady gets a boa constrictor for a pet, he goes everywhere with her, he is the perfect pet, saves her from a robber. Read full review