Ooh-la-la (Max in Love)

Ooh-la-la (Max in Love)

Book - 1991
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SUMMARY: The high society of Paris is scrambling to wine and dine the wealthy and talented dog poet, Max, during his visit, but when Max sees the dalmation Crepes Suzette perform at the Crazy Wolf Nightclub, all he cares about is winning her love.
Publisher: New York, NY : Viking Penguin, 1991.
Edition: 1st ed.
Branch Call Number: +JE
Characteristics: unpaged : col. illustrated.

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multcolib_alisonk Jun 19, 2014

Tells the story of the poet dog Max, who goes to Paris, gains enlightenment and falls in love. At one point he is awakened by "a k-k-k-k-knocking" and into his hotel room enters "a long mustache followed by a man". The words 'long mustache' form the thing itself curled under the Parisian waiter's nose. This is such a fun book to read aloud - lots of opportunity for adults to ham it up and for kids to explore all the little details in the pictures.

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