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Le chat qui parlait malgré lui
Author: Claude Roy
Publisher: Gallimard-Jeunesse
ISBN: 2070622258
Pages: 92
Year: 2008
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Un beau matin, sans crier gare, Gaspard, le cher ami chat de Thomas, se surprend à parler. En prose, et même en vers. On aurait pour moins la tête à l'envers. En lisant l'histoire absolument vraie du chat parleur au terrible secret, on verra comment le noble Gaspard parvint à surmonter cet étrange avatar. Chat malin, chat poète, et génie des matous, Gaspard le beau parleur gardera-t-il son secret jusqu'au bout ? Une fable pleine de fantaisie et d'humour, où l'on retrouve le style incomparable d'un grand auteur. Pour tous les amoureux des chats !
Puss in Boots
Author: Charles Perrault
Publisher: Samuel French, Inc.
ISBN: 0573650950
Pages: 11
Year:
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A retelling of the French fairy tale in which a clever cat wins his master a fortune and the hand of a princess.
La France de profil
Author: Paul Strand, Claude Roy
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 119
Year: 2001
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A treasury of Paul Strand's photogrpahs combined with commentary by the celebrated French poet Claude Roy, that captures the essence of rural life in postwar France, offering portraits of the young and old, images of narrow alleys, old tobacco shops, sidewalk cafTs, and open fields.
Fahrenheit 451
Author: Ray Bradbury
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451673310
Pages: 159
Year: 2012-01-10
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A totalitarian regime has ordered all books to be destroyed, but one of the book burners, Guy Montag, suddenly realizes their merit.
Master of the Elephants
Author: René Guillot
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 145
Year: 1961
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Dog

Dog
Author: Daniel Pennac, Sarah Adams
Publisher: Candlewick Press (MA)
ISBN: 0763624217
Pages: 181
Year: 2004-01-01
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Rescued from certain death by a kindly dog at the city dump, an abandoned puppy grows up fending for himself until he finds a home with a willful little girl, in a dog's-eye-view tale of adventure, survival, and friendship.
Eye of the Wolf
Author: Daniel Pennac
Publisher:
ISBN: 1406352578
Pages: 113
Year: 2014
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Born worlds apart - a wolf from the North and a boy from Africa. The wolf has lost nearly everything on his way to the zoo, including an eye and his pack. The boy too has lost much and seen terrible things. They stand either side of the wolf's enclosure and make their stories known to each other.
The Things I Didn't Say
Author: Kylie Fornasier
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1743770707
Pages: 256
Year: 2016-05-02
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I hate the label Selective Mutism - as if I choose not to speak, like a kid who refuses to eat broccoli. I've used up every dandelion wish since I was ten wishing for the power to speak whenever I want to. I'm starting to wonder if there are enough dandelions.' After losing her best friend that night, Piper Rhodes changes schools, determined that her final year will be different. She will be different. Then she meets West: school captain, star soccer player, the boy everyone talks about. Despite her fear of losing everything all over again, they fall in love without Piper ever speaking one word to West. But can a love mapped by silence last?
Balthus
Author: Balthus, Jean Clair
Publisher: Gardners Books
ISBN: 0500093032
Pages: 495
Year: 2001
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From the beginning of his long career, Count Balthazar Klossowski de Rola's work was singled out for its enigmatic qualities. Committed to figurative painting even as abstraction dominated the art scene, his dream-like canvases garnered him praise from the Surrealists. As he gradually embarked on new, incendiary subject matter - populating his paintings with intimate images of pre-pubescent girls - Balthus trod a thin line between innocence and prurience, and fast became one of the most controversial of painters.
The Story of a Seagull and the Cat Who Taught Her to Fly
Author: Luis Sepúlveda
Publisher:
ISBN: 1846884004
Pages: 122
Year: 2016-03
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A Cat, A Seagull, An Impossible Task...Caught up in an oil spill, a dying seagull scrambles ashore to lay her final egg and lands on a balcony, where she meets Zorba, a big black cat from the port of Hamburg. The cat promises the seagull to look after the egg, not to eat the chick once it's hatched and - most difficult of all - to teach the baby gull to fly. Will Zorba and his feline friends honour the promise and give Lucky, the adopted little seagull, the strength to discover her true nature?
Barks and purrs
Author: Colette
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 164
Year: 1913
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Agrippina
Author: Claire Bretécher
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 49
Year: 1991-01-01
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Thomas the Obscure
Author: Maurice Blanchot
Publisher: Barrytown/ Station Hill Press
ISBN: 0882680765
Pages: 124
Year: 1988
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A short novel by the contemporary French writer that deals with the intense consciousness of a man whose introspective awareness leads him to oblivion rather than self-knowledge
Les Miserables, Volume I
Author: Victor Hugo
Publisher:
ISBN: 0986400661
Pages: 594
Year: 2016-01-26
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Volume one of five The unabridged form of this story runs to over 1,900 pages in either French or English, necessitating multiple volumes of this bilingual edition, which is designed to assist those learning French. The original French text appears on the right-hand pages of the book, with the corresponding English translation on the left-hand pages. Other bilingual books available from Sleeping Cat Books: "The Picture of Dorian Gray Selected Works of Edgar Allan Poe Fables of Jean de La Fontaine Candide Shakespeare's Sonnets New Fairy Tales for Small Children The Tales of Mother Goose The Count of Monte Cristo The Last of the Mohicans Madame Bovary"
Anima
Author: Wajdi Mouawad
Publisher: Talonbooks
ISBN: 1772010030
Pages: 368
Year: 2017-10-23
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This award-winning novel by playwright Wadji Mouawad is a thriller and a road novel - written in the North African storytelling tradition in which events unfold from an animal point of view. The novel opens with a brutal murder: the protagonist arrives home to find his wife lying in a pool of blood. Driven by grief and the need to find whoever did this - "I want to see his face, I want to know who he is" - the protagonist sets out on desperate journey from Montreal to Indian reserves along the Canada-U.S. border, south through Civil War sites in the Midwest, to Animas, New Mexico. The furious odyssey awakens long-buried memories that make present circumstances even more painful. This masterful novel is told in a bestiary of voices, more than fifty animals, birds, and insects, each with their own characterization and style of speaking, reveal the unflattering contrast between the human and the natural. Violent and dark, the novel nevertheless moves beyond the thriller genre to become a book of multiple levels, rich in symbolism and open to complex interpretation. While set in North America, Mouawad's Lebanese roots suffuse the text, which becomes an examination of cultural influences and at the same time an excavation of childhood trauma and the legacy of war. Anima has resonated with readers worldwide. It's been translated into German, Italian, Spanish, and Catalan. It won the Thyde Monnier Grand Prize from the Soci�t� des Gens de Lettres, the Mediterranean Prize, the Literary Prize for a Second Novel in Laval, the Golden Alga Award, the Phoenix Award (as part of the Beirut Spring Festival), and the Catalan Llibreter Prize for Foreign Novel, all in 2012 and 2013. In 2015, Anima won the Lire en Poche, a prize awarded annually in France in celebration of the paperback book. An elegant translation by Linda Gaboriau brings this celebrated novel to English readers.

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