Hudson in Provence

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$17.95  $16.69
La Librairie Parisienne
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8.1 X 10.2 X 0.5 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author

Following a career as an art director and book designer, Mancuso transitioned into doing her own art, becoming a painter and author/illustrator of children's books. She enjoys travel, particularly to France, where she can improve her shaky grasp of the French language.
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"Jackie Clark Mancuso takes our sweet pup Hudson on a trip full of color in a fun, crude style with gouache, which makes us think of Maira Kalman." --Cleveland Plain Dealer
"Charming and adorable Hudson is back, this time vacationing in the south of France, having a great doggie time. You will wish you were there frolicking with him." --Delia Ephron, Siracusa
"Hudson finds the magic of Provence in his ability to paint portraits of the canines." --PBS Reading Rockets
"Colorful and engaging gouache illustrations, filled with local details and French vocabulary, offer lots for young readers to pore over." --Common Sense Media
"At their heart, Jackie's books are about navigating new experiences, and making friends--something all children can relate to." --The Little Crooked Cottage
"Hudson is a winning narrator." --Ann Mah, Mastering the Art of French Eating
"This lovely picture book is great for exposing kids to a foreign language!" --Pragmatic Mom
"The author paints a diverse picture of Paris, with people of different ethnicities and cultures, selling and buying delicious and fresh foods at the open market." --Kids Books Without Borders
"I love the positive message.... The artwork perfectly captures dreamy lavender fields, majestic mountains, sunny beaches, and charming villages." --Hudson & Seine
"Hudson in Provence was a very funny and entertaining book... My favourite part was when Hudson was trying to herd the sheep and they just stared at him. This was a follow up to the Paris-Chien book written by the same author and it did not disappoint." --Isabelle Cullingford, age 9, French Entrée