Toby Laughs Last
by Jean Lemieux
illustrated by Sophie Casson
translated by Sarah Cummins
When Toby climbs too high in a tree to rescue a kite, he tumbles to the ground and has to go to hospital.
When Toby climbs too high in a tree to rescue a kite, he tumbles to the ground and has to go to hospital. The doctors stick tubes down his throat and bandage him up - with the result that Toby finds he can't laugh any more.
About the Authors
JEAN LEMIEUX is a doctor, as well as an author of many popular and award-winning children's books. After working for many years on the Magdalen Islands, he now resides in Quebec.
SOPHIE CASSON is a graphic designer, specialising in illustration. She lived for many years in Africa, but more recently in Montreal.
"Jean Lemieux ... and Sophie Casson ... have created a book that can comfort and entertain ... Toby Laughs Last is an important story about how serious accidents can be. Recommended.
Tanya Boudreau, CM: Canadian Review of Materials
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