Dodo la planète do, 2

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La Montagne Secrete, 2003 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Beautifully recorded lullabies from around the world are sung in the language of origin along with an illustrated bedtime story—in English, Spanish, and French—about an imaginary journey to unknown lands. Performers Sylva Balassanian, Mary Fujiwara Burke, Juan Jose Carranza, Hart-Rouge, H’sao, Paul Kunigis, and Nathalie Picard share their culture in offering lovely, warm lead vocals and harmonies, supported by a highly skilled group of musicians playing more than 30 different instruments. The earth-toned, dreamlike illustrations reflect both the subject and country of origin of each song.

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A book and CD combination features an illustration for each of 12 lullabies from around the world, sung in their native languages on the accompanying disc. The dozen diverse places are Mali, Slovenia ... Read full review

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Patrick Lacoursière is a former actor, producer, and journalist in Western Canada, and the author of the award-winning collection Dream Songs Night Songs. He lives in Montreal, Quebec. Sylvie Bourbonnière is an illustrator whose works have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, the Chicago Tribune, and People magazine. She has also illustrated several children's books, including Contes d'Afrique and Tales from the Isle of Spice. She lives in Montreal, Quebec.

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