Les trois petites chattes et le grand méchant chien - Reader (minimum of 6)

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Auteures et illustratrices: Josephine Nikolakakis et Sienna Reeves
Éditrice : Sylvie Wampfler
Révision : Adele Reynolds
Ages: 8-12
Level 2

Appropriate for ages: An alternative extension to the popular story, Les trois petits cochons. In this story, three little cats build houses and a big dog tries to enter each of the cat’s homes, but he does not succeed. The cats soon learn that the dog did not mean them any harm, he simply wanted to be their friend.

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