Wednesday, 3 June 2015

BONJOUR CAMILLE BY FELIPE CANO AND LAIA AGUILAR



























I can never be sure which books will strike a chord and which ones will be pushed to the side. This book seemed cute based on viewing the cover alone. I am a little bit of a sucker for French words, too. When we received Bonjour Camille, the book was shorter and more graphic than I expected. Although now realising that it comes from the people behind Bobo Choses it all makes sense. That's not to say that I didn't like the graphics, but it was more about whether they would hold the interest of the three-year-old who tends to go for books with ever-present protagonists. 

However, after we read the first page, she was hooked. She liked the premise of the girl jumping on the bed and all the things she had to do. And when we got to the end, she asked to read it again.

An unexpected blessing of this book being shorter than some of her others is that it's a nice complement to longer books as we always read two at bedtime.

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