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Mia, Matt and the Turkey Chase

by Annie Langlois, illustrated by Jimmy Beaulieu, translated by Sarah Cummins

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Each summer, twins Mia and Matt spend their vacation at the cottage, along a lake with their uncle Roland. The cottage -- really a small farm, is where Uncle Roland trains animals for movies and tv shows. Last year he trained rabbits for a chocolate commercial. This year, Alfred the jolly turkey is the star of the movie Intergalactic Turkey. Alfred escapes and Mia and Matt must find him. With a turkey on the run, they are sure to be entertained.

About the Authors

Annie Langlois

ANNIE LANGLOIS has been involved with children's literature for more than ten years, first as a librarian and then as the art director for La courte echelle. She recently completing a doctorate in children's literature at Sorbonne-Nouvelle University in Paris.

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Jimmy Beaulieu

ANNIE LANGLOIS has been involved with children's literature for more than ten years, first as a librarian and then as the art director for La courte echelle. She recently completing a doctorate in children's literature at Sorbonne-Nouvelle University in Paris.

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Sarah Cummins

ANNIE LANGLOIS has been involved with children's literature for more than ten years, first as a librarian and then as the art director for La courte echelle. She recently completing a doctorate in children's literature at Sorbonne-Nouvelle University in Paris.

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Contributor Notes

ANNIE LANGLOIS has been involved with children's literature for more than ten years, first as a librarian and then as the art director for La courte echelle. She recently completing a doctorate in children's literature at Sorbonne-Nouvelle University in Paris.

Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
Age:
6 to 9
Grade:
2 to 5
Reading age:
6 to 9
Editorial Review

"This novel is a funny, goofy romp written with lots of imagination. Jimmy Beaulieu's pen and ink illustrations are perfectly suited to the story, simple, clever and humourous."

Recommended.

 

— CM -Volume 15 - No. 12

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