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A la recherche du petit chaperon rouge
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Livres modernes

Brun-Cosme, Nadine - Poignonec, Maurèen

A la recherche du petit chaperon rouge / Nadine Brun-Cosme, Maurèen Poignonec

Paris : Little Urban, 2020

Résumé: Une toute petite fille, entièrement vêtue de rouge, s'en va d'un bon pas. Elle porte un grand sac à carreaux rempli des délicieuses galettes de sa grand-mère. Ce que personne ne voit encore - regarde bien -, c'est le loup. Au fil des pages, le Petit Chaperon rouge (et le loup ! ) traverse villages, forêts, souterrains, océan et montagnes enneigées d'un royaume enchanté. En chemin, ils croiseront Pinocchio, Hansel et Gretel, Boucle d'or, les trois petits cochons, les musiciens de Brême, la Petite Sirène, Alice, Peter bien d'autres ! Un album Cherche et trouve géant autour des contes, fables et grands classiques de la littérature Jeunesse, avec plus d'une cinquantaine de personnages à rechercher (des plus célèbres aux illustres inconnus ! ). Au fil de l'histoire, petits et grands mènent l'enquête.

Rob Roy
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Scott, Walter

Rob Roy / Walter Scott

Milano : StreetLib, stampa 2020

Résumé: No introduction can be more appropriate to the work than some account of the singular character whose name is given to the title-page, and who, through good report and bad report, has maintained a wonderful degree of importance in popular recollection. This cannot be ascribed to the distinction of his birth, which, though that of a gentleman, had in it nothing of high destination, and gave him little right to command in his clan. Neither, though he lived a busy, restless, and enterprising life, were his feats equal to those of other freebooters, who have been less distinguished. He owed his fame in a great measure to his residing on the very verge of the Highlands, and playing such pranks in the beginning of the 18th century, as are usually ascribed to Robin Hood in the middle ages,-and that within forty miles of Glasgow, a great commercial city, the seat of a learned university. Thus a character like his, blending the wild virtues, the subtle policy, and unrestrained license of an American Indian, was flourishing in Scotland during the Augustan age of Queen Anne and George I. Addison, it is probable, or Pope, would have been considerably surprised if they had known that there existed in the same island with them a personage of Rob Roy's peculiar habits and profession.