What Do You Want to Eat, Pascal? by Magali Le Huche


What Do You Want to Eat, Pascal? by Magali Le Huche

Pascal wakes up really, really, really hungry. There is nothing left to eat in his refrigerator and he can't figure out what he wants! Pascal visits his friends to find something yummy to put in his tummy. But, yuck! Cardigan, Fancy, Zelda and Ringo eat really strange stuff! Pascal is still very hungry and he still doesn't know what he wants! Finally, Pascal figures out what he's in the mood for...What could it be? Join Pascal, Cardigan, Fancy, Zelda and Ringo in this first book in a series as they explore life's little mysteries—by means of opening the multiple flaps throughout—with imagination and humour.

About the Author

Magali Le Huche studied decorative arts in Strasbourg, France, before she discovered illustrating childrens books in Claude Lapointes illustration program. Since then she has published more than 25 books and her work can be seen in childrens magazines. She lives in Paris, France.

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30 pages


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Publication date

7th April 2015



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