Rondeaux - poésie

A great poet sings nature, animals and childhood with humor and fancy.
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Description

«Quand vous irez à l'école
Petits moineaux du printemps
N'oubliez pas en partant
De peigner vos plumes folles
Avec un peigne à cinq dents...»
School sparrows and terrified ostriches. A dinosaur dancing with the does, the queen of the sheep descending the Seine in a sailboat. But also ... a quartet of giraffes, a squirrel looking for its nuts and a Raccoon family. Faces and landscapes, the spelling that does as it pleases ... A last drop of rain, a mussel dreaming of distant lands ... Animals go around with words and nature becomes a poem.

Description & Features

Characteristics

Paperback.
Ages 7 +
Color illustrations by Dominique Corbasson, Monique Félix et Elene Usdin.

Authors

Jacques Roubaud was born in 1932 in Caluire, in the Rhône. In 1966, thanks to his friend Raymond Queneau, he became a member of the Oulipo. He is a mathematician, poet, novelist, children's author and translator at the same time.
He has published poetry, prose, drama, and literary theory writings. He has also translated Lewis Caroll and written extensively for children.
Publisher
Gallimard Jeunesse
Dimensions
190 mm x 120 mm x 6 mm
Publication year
2020
Number of pages
64
EAN
9782075140782

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