Anaelle ak la siren

Anaelle ak la siren

Book - 2015 | Haitian
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This story follows Anaëlle on an undersea quest to retrieve her favorite hat from the mystical creatures of the Haitian seas, including Mr. Lanbi (conch), tropical birds, colorful whales, and mermaids who live in an underwater palace where they keep all items lost in the sea. When Anaëlle finally finds her hat she learns about sharing and the art of giving. Whether or not it was all a dream is up to the reader to decide. Anaëlle is a young girl (about 9) who lives in Jacmel with her parents and younger brother. Her mother is a straw hat vendor, her father makes paper maché masks for carnival and her brother has an interest in soccer. This book highlights traditional Haitian culture and is written in Haitian Creole.
Publisher: Pompano Beach, Florida : Educa Vision, [2015]
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781626323568
Branch Call Number: PZ90.C73 P743 2015x
Characteristics: 1 volume : color illustrations ; 21 x 20 cm


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