In the adventure of Clovis Ecrevisse et le Crapaud Curieux, or Clovis Crawfish and the Curious Crapaud, nature plays its mysterious games and Clovis and his friends learn to appreciate it and each other a little better. Corinne Crapaud is Frenand Frog’s shy cousin. She can only say a few words, and they’re all question words. "Qui?" (Who?), "Quoi?" (What?), and "Pourquoi?" (Why?) are three of her favorites.
Fernand Frog insists that his cousin Corinne is ugly and stupid, but instead of crying or arguing, Corinne puffs up and gets bigger and bigger. When the rain causes Clovis’s mud house to start melting, Corinne is puffed up so large that she gets caught in the hole, and only friendship can save her.
Author Mary Alice Fontenot is best known as the children’s author on Cajun culture. She created the famous wetland characters of Clovis and his friends more than thirty years ago, and her dedication to children and to her art have earned her the 1998 Acadiana Arts Council Lifetime Achievement Award.
CLOVIS ECREVISSE ET L’ARAIGNEE QUI FILE/CLOVIS ECREVISSE ET LE CRAPAUD CURIEUX AUDIOCASSETTE
Par Mary Alice Fontenot
Récité et traduit par Julie Fontenot Landry
Running time: 30 minutes
EAN: 978-1-56554-105-4 audio