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Colettes Lost Pet A Charming And Funny Story About Navigating New Places And Friendships Perfect For Fans Of Uni The Unicorn And Sparky.Colette Is Exploring Her New Neighborhood And Wants To Make Friends But When She Encounters Someone Her Age She S Never Met Before, She Doesn T Know What To Say So She Hastily Invents A Lost Pet Things Spiral A Bit Out Of Control As A Neighborhood Wide Search Party Is Assembled And Colette Makes Her Pet Bird Amazing With Each Telling Will The Neighborhood Kids Catch On To Her Ever Growing Fib This Charming Story Both Clearly Identifies The Struggle Of Navigating A Different Experience And Demonstrates To Kids A Lovely And Welcoming Way To Treat Someone New In Their Community.

Isabelle Arsenault is an illustrator who studied Graphic Design at the Universit du Qu bec Montr al 2001 After her studies, she quickly contributed to several magazines in Canada and the United States In 2004, Isabelle illustrated her first children s book, for which she received the prestigious Governor General s Award for children s literature in French illustration Her passion for ill

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  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • Colettes Lost Pet
  • Isabelle Arsenault
  • 03 May 2019
  • 9781101917596

10 thoughts on “Colettes Lost Pet

  1. says:

    I have just read Louis Undercover, illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault, and loved it Previously I had read Jane, the Fox and Me, also illustrated by Arsenault, and My Letter to the World illustrated Emily Dickinson poems , and see what these have in common Pencil sketched and subtly water colored or colored pencilled drawings The color for me stands out as a kind of signature.Color is a feature of Colette s Lost Pet A girl moves into a neighborhood, her mother says she can t have a pet, she meets neighborhood kids and tells them she is missing her pet parakeet, she says The invention okay, lie turns into an adventure where everyone plays along.This is maybe 3.75 for me, really And you are going to think this is a stretch, but it reminds me of the point of the film Lars and the Real Girl, where a guy inventin...

  2. says:

    5 star illustrations, we love Isabelle Arsenault s drawing, she is so talented, and the colours are great, pencil drawn with yellow and a small amount of blue As with Jane, the Fox and Me, the expressions are very good and you can read the children s emotions.The story was okay A girl moves to a new neighbourhood, she is told she cannot have a pet and should go and explore When another child asks what she is doing she pretends she has lost her pet so off they go on a quest to find it, meeting other children on the way who join the search It was repetitive and when the other children go to ...

  3. says:

    I read the French version of this book titled L oiseau de Colette, but whatever translation it appears in, this children s book is simply A D O R A B L E I m a longtime huge fan of Isabelle Arsenault, a local Montreal illustrator who has justly acquired worldly acclaim for her signature style which is often described as poetic In this story, little Colette has just moved to the Mile End neighbourhood, where there are many alleyways for kids to safely run around and congregate for playtime, when the weather permits Arsenault and her own young children live there, which is no mere coincidence At the start of the book, she is categorically told that she is to have NO HOUSEPETS and Colette is despondent as she kicks one of the empty moving cartons and makes her way to the alley, but soon she encounters a couple of kids, and having just seen a bird in flight, in a moment of inspiration asks them whether they ve seen her lost bird They say they haven t but perhaps the next kid over has, and as the story progresses, and children get involved in the search for the imaginary bird and details about the bird in question are s...

  4. says:

    Wow Un de mes coups de coeur date, j ai ador le th me de l imagination d bordante des enfants qui me suit encore , le dessin, le traitement de la couleur Colette vient de d m nager, Montr al, et elle a perdu son oiseau domestique et demande timidement aux enfants de sa nouvelle ruelle de l aider la retrouver De pages en pages, une nouvelle caract ristique s ajoute pour demander aux autres s ils ne l auraient pas vue c est une perruche elle est bleue et jaune elle s appelle comme a elle fait ce son l etc C est le fun, car les enfants peuvent s amuser r p ter cette phrase avec nous Plus a va, plus on se rend compte que l oiseau de Colette est probablement un ami imaginaire Il y a cette pleine page, avec les regards des autres enfants de la ruelle qui ont l air de vouloir dire tu nous a niais tout ce temps Mais finalement, non tout le monde embarque, tout le monde a h te de continuer jouer et inventer des histoires le demain.Je pense le conseiller assez souvent pour des enfants...

  5. says:

    Unhappy that she is not allowed to have a pet, and unsure of her welcome in her new neighborhood, Colette finds herself telling a bit of a fib about a lost pet parakeet when she unexpectedly encounters two boys from next door Immediately concerned, they offer to help her find the lost bird, and the story grows in the telling as each new neighbor child is involved in the search What will the kids do when they discover that Colette has made her lost pet up Published simultaneously in Canada and the USA, Colette s Lost Pet is a sweet little book, one that addresses issues of isolation and inclusion, when moving to a new neighborhood, as well as the role of the imagination in make believe play I thought that the conclusion of the tale, in which Colette s new friends assume that they have been playing a game all along, ...

  6. says:

    So charming

  7. says:

    In this newest story from Arsenault, Colette s mother pushes her outside to explore her new neighborhood Meeting kids her age, she tells them she s looking for lost parakeet As the group of children searching for the lost bird grows, so do Colette...

  8. says:

    A transportive story I really like the band of kids who roam the neighborhood together, their own community, which reminds me of my own growing up I think what happens here is that Colette longs for connect...

  9. says:

    I was drawn to pick this up and read it by the fantastic use of color in illustrations This is beautifully designed, and it s really a joy to just flip through The contrast of yellow on black and white illustrations is fun and helps with the story Colette has recently moved to a new neighborhood, and she gets a bit, well, imaginative to her new neighbors, and they ...

  10. says:

    One of my top five favorite picture books of the year The astonishingly good illustrator Isabelle Arsenault not only drew Colette s Lost Pet she wrote it, too Children will find the story relatable and interes...

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