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This book is about how they attain their goal and the sequel, The Chicken Scandal at Number Seven, Rue Petite . Originally posted on You Have Your Hands Full. The Mystery at Number Seven, Rue Petite was written by Ellen Shire, and it was originally published in 1978.
This book is about how they attain their goal and the sequel, The Chicken Scandal at Number Seven, Rue Petite, is about how they face adversity after opening their doors. It's a really charming picture book mystery and is one my mom read aloud to me often. This is the story of Isabelle and Jean-Pierre, a husband and wife who work for the grumpy Monsieur Pompeux.
The Chicken Scandal at Number Seven, Rue Petite.
The Mystery at Number Seven, Rue Petite. The Chicken Scandal at Number Seven, Rue Petite.
Destination, rates & speeds. 2. Mystery at Number Seven, Rue Petite. Published by Random House (1978)
Destination, rates & speeds. Published by Random House (1978). ISBN 10: 0394936647 ISBN 13: 9780394936642.
Isabelle and Jean-Pierre are curious about the locked room in the house of their employer, an antique dealer.
Select Format: Hardcover. Isabelle and Jean-Pierre are curious about the locked room in the house of their employer, an antique dealer. ISBN13: 9780394836645. Release Date: May 1978.
First published in The Argosy, January 1877. Last updated Sat Jun 27 17:35:05 2015. To the best of our knowledge, the text of this work is in the Public Domain in Australia. eBooksaide The University of Adelaide Library University of Adelaide South Australia 5005
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Shire's illustrations, about one grade up from the ordinaire story, are sprinkled with French labels, Parisian sights, and other gal touches which give the whole at least a semblance of insouciance. At number seven, Rue Petite, Jean-Pierre and Isabelle work as cook and housekeeper to rich but grumpy antique dealer Monsieur Pompeaux. Their dream is to have a restaurant of their own, and they finally achieve it at that very address, when Isabelle's scrupulous polishing of the antiques reveals them all to be fakes and leads to Pompeaux's arrest as a forger.
Ellen Shire, illustrator, is a fine artist and an author/illustrator of children's books. Her previous works include The Bungling Ballerinas (Little, Brown and Company) and The Mystery at Number Seven Rue Petite (Random House and Hamish Hamilton, London). Through his exciting adventure the author, Joan Dupont, teaches the reader some important life lessons, that if you believe in yourself, do what you know is right, and help others, dreams really can come true. My little granddaughter absolutely adored this delightful story which is not only beautifully illustrated throughout by Ellen Shires but lovely to read as it is written in rhyming verse.
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