Caramel and Chocolate
Marie Josèphe Moncorgé and Jacques Bouchut
Antiracist tale for the 3 to 6 years old children.
Caramel, the cat, was bored and wanted to make friends. He started with searching for a friend who resembled him. But Zouzou, the cat in the neighbouring house, is too busy. He continued on his path, met goats, a bumblebee, a cow, a teddy bear, geese, sheep, 2 leeks and a dog.
Some refused, while others accepted to be Caramel's friends. They weren’t of the same colour as he was, they didn’t speak the same language, and some of them could walk while others couldn’t. Caramel ended up finding 11 friends who were different from what he was, and especially Chocolate, the dog, with whom he loved playing.
- Story in bilingual texts and photos.
- Short melody (tenor sax) for each animal.
- Vocabulary of animals’ cries.
- A story to be read on one’s own or to be listened.
- Language : English and French.
50 pages, 44 photos. 41 musics - 33,1 Mo - November 2015.
Caramel and Chocolat can be read on iPad, iPhone and Mac.
1,99 € - Bilingual English French, Caramel and Chocolat is available
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