illustrated by Marc Mongeau
translated by Sarah Cummins
The tiny Loonies go on Christopher's summer vacation to the cottage.
The tiny Loonies go on Christopher's summer vacation to the cottage. At first they are afraid of the woods and the lake, but in the end they have so much fun, they just may stay for good!
About the Authors
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.
MARC MONGEAU is an award-winning graphic artist and illustrator.
"A good story and easy for young readers who can stop at each chapter. The writing is lively. Theimagination and humour are as much in the text as in the illustrations by Marc Mongeau. Guaranteed to please."
"Pure pleasure of imagination."
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