Bijou, Bonbon and Beau The Kittens Who Danced for Degas by Joan Sweeney, Leslie Wu
  

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Bijou, Bonbon and Beau The Kittens Who Danced for Degas by Joan Sweeney, Leslie Wu

Newborn kittens Bijou, Bonbon and Beau make themselves at home on a Paris stage to the delight of the dancers as well as the artist who quietly sketches them. This adorable picturebook will appeal to cat lovers, art enthusiasts and ballerinas big and small.

About the Author

Joan Sweeney lives in Evanston, illinois. She has written nine books for children, including Once Upon a Lily Pad: Froggy Love in Monet's Garden, illustrated by Kathleen Fain and published by Chronicle Books. Leslie Wu has been illustrating for fifteen years. Her paintings have been exhibited in the United States and Japan and have won numerous awards. She lives in Lake Bluff, Illinois, with her husband and daughter. This is her first children's book with Chronicle Books.

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Format

Paperback
26 pages
Interest Age: 4-8

Author

Joan Sweeney, Leslie Wu
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Publisher

Chronicle Books

Publication date

26th September 2002

ISBN

9780811834865


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