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An armadillo in Paris

Julie Kraulis

An armadillo in Paris

by Julie Kraulis

  • 396 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Tour Eiffel (Paris, France),
  • Armadillos

  • About the Edition

    After reading his grandfather"s travel diary, Arlo the armadillo, sets out to explore Paris and meet La Dame de Fer.

    Edition Notes

    StatementJulie Kraulis
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 volume unpaged
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27200490M
    ISBN 101770495266
    ISBN 109781770495265
    LC Control Number2013953674
    OCLC/WorldCa894328377

      An Armadillo in Paris is gorgeously illustrated. The illustrations of Paris are realistically and beautifully drawn. Arlo the Armadillo's adventures in Paris cover all the top spots such as the Louvre, the Champs Elysees, and the Arc de Triomphe. He discovers the macarons of Paris which are the colourful, light cookies filled with s: 7. Tundra Books sent me a copy of this book for review (thank you). It has been published, so you can find a copy at your local bookstore now. This is charming tale of a young armadillo visiting Paris to see the things his grandfather found during his visit there. This is an easy way to learn about the attractions and history of Paris.

    This is a great book to read to learn a little about New York City and what there is to see and do there. This is a follow up book to An Armadillo in Paris. It would be a great book to share with children before they travel to New York City on a vacation. The/5. The second part of this book will attempt to explore all the aspects of the Industrial Revolution, from its development and evolution to its numerous and various effects on humankind. If you want to learn more of the Enlightenment and Industrial Revolution, get this book now! Only $ on .

    Etymology. The word armadillo means "little armoured one" in Spanish. The Aztecs called them āyōtōchtli [aːjoːˈtoːt͡ʃt͡ɬi], Nahuatl for "turtle-rabbit": āyōtl [ˈaːjoːt͡ɬ] (turtle) and tōchtli [ˈtoːt͡ʃt͡ɬi] (rabbit). The Portuguese word for "armadillo" is tatu which is derived from the Tupi language. Similar names are also found in other, especially European, languages.   Praise for An Armadillo in Paris: “Lovely oil and graphite illustrations done in a muted color palette capture the famous landmarks and romantic ambiance of the city. Arlo’s adventure is delightful, and the story is told in both narration and excerpts from Augustin’s journal. A page of facts about the Iron Lady is appended.


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First stop in Julie Kraulis's children's book series: An Armadillo in Paris. Arlo makes many stops on his visit to Paris, at a street cafe, the Louvre, and a bookstore on the Left Bank. He sees famous sites like the Arc de Triomphe, Notre-Dame, and the bridges over the Seine/5(14).

An Armadillo in Paris is about a little armadillo named Arlo who is following the journals written for him by his grandpa Augustin as a guide around Paris. Throughout the book Arlo hits all the highlights of the beautiful city of lights- L'arc de Triomphe, macaroons, paintings on the Seine River, the Louvre, but the whole time he is trying to /5.

Arlo, the Brazilian armadillo, comes by his wanderlust naturally. He grandfather Augustin left journals of his travels, which Arlo now wants to follow.

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He was kind enough to share some of his favourite photos from his recent trip. The first monument Arlo saw was the Arc de Triomphe, at the centre of the Place Charles de Gaulle. He was surprised at how fast the cars drove. After reading his grandfather's travel diary, Arlo the armadillo, sets out to explore Paris and meet La Dame de Fer.

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His. The armadillo’s wanderlust is fuelled by his grandfather Augustin’s travel diaries, which encourage Arlo to explore Paris and, in particular, to seek out the mysterious Dame de Fer. Appearing at the top of the book’s pages, Augustin’s journal entries provide guided directions to such iconic sights as the Arc de Triomphe and the.

An Armadillo in Paris. Toronto: Tundra Books, Print. This picture book explores the beautiful city of Paris through the eyes of Arlo, the armadillo.

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I was delighted to receive a free copy in the mail along with beautiful postcards and a reading guide. First off, if you are like me who likes to scan through all the illustrations before reading a picture book, I'd recommend not doing it on this one or maybe stop before the.

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His grandfather, Augustin, loved adventure too. 'An Armadillo in Paris' is an adorable book about traveling the world by Julie Kraulis. Arlo, the armadillo, tours through Paris with the direction of letters from his grandfather. The writing is includes select French names for buildings and food, but does not go into too much non-fiction detail that kids will gloss over anyway/5(13).

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Toronto, ON: Tundra Books, 32 pp., hardcover & e-book, $ (hc.). ISBN (hc.), ISBN Like his grandfather, Arlo the armadillo visits Paris, France, from his home in Brazil. This story conveys Arlo’s response to the great city, while his grandfather’s journal-letters offer interesting facts, as well as clues to the mysterious “Iron Lady,” who waits in the city for Arlo.

An intrepid armadillo feels that special itch that tweaks his curiosity and leads him to new places. Arlo has been to Paris (An Armadillo in Paris, ) and now seeks new adventures.

Reading his grandfather Augustin's travel journal about New York City inspires him to Author: Julie Kraulis.An Armadillo in Paris Julie Kraulis. Tundra, $ (32p) ISBN More By and About This Author.

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