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The Resource Caillou : Je n'ai pas faim!, texte, Nicole Nadeau ; illustrations, Pierre Brignaud ; coloration, Marcel Depratto

Caillou : Je n'ai pas faim!, texte, Nicole Nadeau ; illustrations, Pierre Brignaud ; coloration, Marcel Depratto

Label
Caillou : Je n'ai pas faim!
Title
Caillou
Title remainder
Je n'ai pas faim!
Statement of responsibility
texte, Nicole Nadeau ; illustrations, Pierre Brignaud ; coloration, Marcel Depratto
Title variation
Je n'ai pas faim
Creator
Contributor
Illustrator
Subject
Genre
Language
fre
Member of
Cataloging source
BKL
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1956-
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Nadeau, Nicole
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Brignaud, Pierre
  • Depratto, Marcel
Series statement
Caillou
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  • French language materials
  • Caillou (Fictitious character)
  • Nutrition
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Caillou : Je n'ai pas faim!, texte, Nicole Nadeau ; illustrations, Pierre Brignaud ; coloration, Marcel Depratto
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Text in French
  • Canadian author, Canadian illustrator
  • At certain stages of their development, children have trouble with food and meals. Their refusal to eat is often a sign of their need to assert themselves and demonstrate their independence from their parents. Their refusal could also be the sign of a meal schedule that does not correspond to their own appetite. Or it might simply result from their belief that playing is more important than eating. Je n'ai pas faim! illustrates how children use meals as a means of asserting themselves
Extent
1 v. (unpaged)
Isbn
9782894508282
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
(LTSCA)oka01323411
Label
Caillou : Je n'ai pas faim!, texte, Nicole Nadeau ; illustrations, Pierre Brignaud ; coloration, Marcel Depratto
Publication
Note
  • Text in French
  • Canadian author, Canadian illustrator
  • At certain stages of their development, children have trouble with food and meals. Their refusal to eat is often a sign of their need to assert themselves and demonstrate their independence from their parents. Their refusal could also be the sign of a meal schedule that does not correspond to their own appetite. Or it might simply result from their belief that playing is more important than eating. Je n'ai pas faim! illustrates how children use meals as a means of asserting themselves
Extent
1 v. (unpaged)
Isbn
9782894508282
Other physical details
col. ill.
System control number
(LTSCA)oka01323411

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