Isabelle and the Angel

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Chronicle Books, Jun 1, 2000 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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Isabelle is lonesome and bored. When she's not painting with pink cake and strawberry jam, she goes to the Museum where she gazes at her favorite paintingthe one of the little Angel. Isabelle is smitten. And when the object of her affection comes to life one day, she discovers what it is she's been longing for all along. Georg Hallensleben's wonderfully lush illustrations enrich this sweet story about a contemplative pig named Isabelle who finds friends hip and a surefire cure for boredom all in one place.
 

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About the author (2000)

Thierry Magnier has spent the past twenty years of his life working with children--as a teacher, a bookseller, an author and a publisher. This is his first children's book.

Georg Hallensleben was born in Germany, lived in Rome and now lives in Paris. He is the illustrator of several book for children.

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