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Animals
  • Author:
    Roger Duvoisin,Louise Fatio
  • ISBN:
    0375938877
  • ISBN13:
    978-0375938870
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  • Publisher:
    Knopf Books for Young Readers (October 10, 2006)
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    Animals
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Dec 18, 2019 - Roger Duvoisin (1904 – 1980) – швейцарец, живший в США с 1927 года. Автор и иллюстратор детских книг, за одну из которых – White Snow, Bright Snow (1947) – он получил медаль Кальдекотта.

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The Happy Lion (. ISBN 0-375-82759-5) is a 1954 children's picture book by Louise Fatio and illustrated by Roger Duvoisin. In the book, the Happy Lion lives in a small zoo in France. When he escapes, he is surprised that people are now scared of him. The book was so popular that it spawned several sequels and an 8-minute short film by Weston Woods Studios. It won the Deutscher in 1956. The Happy Lion (1954) - "Grand sourire. The Happy Lion in Africa (1955).

Louise Fatio Pictures by Roger Duvoisin. There was once a very happy lion. His home was not the hot and dangerous plains of Africa where hunters lie in wait with their guns, it was a lovely French town with brown tile roofs and gray shutters

Louise Fatio Pictures by Roger Duvoisin. His home was not the hot and dangerous plains of Africa where hunters lie in wait with their guns, it was a lovely French town with brown tile roofs and gray shutters. The happy lion had a house in the town zoo, all for himself, with a large rock garden surrounded by a moat, in the middle of a park with flower beds and a bandstand. Early every morning, Francois, the keeper’s son, stopped on his way to school to say, Bonjour, Happy Lion. Afternoons, Monsieur Dupont, the schoolmaster, stopped on his way.

The happy lion was unhappy-he was living all alone in his house and lonely. Fatio, Louise; Duvoisin, Roger, 1900- ill. Publication date.

Fatio wrote and Duvoisin illustrated The Happy Lion, a picture book published by McGraw-Hill in 1954. "Guide to the Roger Duvoisin and Louise Fatio Papers 1934–1968". North West Digital Archives. It was her first book and the first of ten Happy Lion books they created together (1954–1980) Duvoisin both wrote and illustrated a successful series featuring Petunia the goose and Veronica the hippopotamus, inaugurated by Petunia (Alfred A. Knopf, 1950) and Veronica (Knopf, 1961; The Bodley Head, 1961). Retrieved 2013-07-15.

Happy Lion Roars book. The Horn Book Magazine hoped several more would make it back into print.

The happy lion had a house in the town zoo, all for himself, with a large rock garden surrounded by a moat, in the middle of a park . 5 One morning, the happy lion found that his keeper had forgotten to close the door of his house. Hmm, he said, I don t like that.

The happy lion had a house in the town zoo, all for himself, with a large rock garden surrounded by a moat, in the middle of a park with flower beds and a bandstand. Early every morning, Francois, the keeper s son, stopped on his way to school to say, Bonjour, Happy Lion. 4 Afternoons, Monsieur Dupont, the schoolmaster, stopped on his way home to say, Bonjour, Happy Lion. Evenings, Madame Pinson, who knitted all day on the bench by the bandstand, never left without saying, Au revoir, Happy Lion.

School Library Journal. Get age-specific book recommendations, engaging printable activities, as well as news about the latest children’s titles! Perfect for parents of children aged two–twelve years old. The Seussville News.

Roger Antoine Duvoisin was a Swiss-born American writer and illustrator, best known for children's picture books. He sometimes gave 1904 as his year of birth but he was nearly 80 at his death, born in 1900-the US

"Louise Fatio's timeless tale about friendship still sparkles and Roger Duvoisin's elegant illustrations are as engaging as ever," gushed School Library Journal upon the release of our 50th anniversary edition of The Happy Lion. The Horn Book Magazine hoped several more would make it back into print. Alfred A. Knopf is now thrilled to re-issue another long-lost Fatio/Duvoisin classic. Originally published in 1957, The Happy Lion Roars offers the same "superb melding of text and illustrations" that made its predecessor so beloved (Horn Book), this time telling of how our hero's loneliness is cured when he spots a beautiful lioness at the local circus.From the Hardcover edition.

Hulbine
Good story but not as entertaining as the first one. We will check others in this series but the first one is priceless.
Ballazan
great