Lazarus Laughs

by Christiane Duchesne

adapted by Rosemary Allison

What do you do when you find yourself among strangers, unable to say hello, even?
What do you do when you find yourself among strangers, unable to say hello, even?
Lazarus, the English-speaking lamb, jumps the fence one day and finds himself a stranger in a flock of French lambs. He soon discovers the one thing that will overcome any language barrier.
Christiane Duchesne's story and beautiful illustrations will delight the very youngest readers and listeners.

About the Authors

Christiane Duchesne

CHRISTIANE DUCHESNE is a children's book author and illustrator who has written widely for TV movies and radio. A native of Montreal, her passion for travel both real and imagined enlivens her work. She won the Governor General's Award for children's literature in 1990 and again in 1992.

Rosemary Allison

ROSEMARY ALLISON is the author of numerous childrens books including The Harpy at the Corner Store and The Travels of Ms. Beaver.

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