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Summary: Main character is Armand, a homeless hobo who usually winters under a bridge; over the Seine River, in Paris. Arriving at his chosen spot ...Show synopsisSummary: Main character is Armand, a homeless hobo who usually winters under a bridge; over the Seine River, in Paris. Arriving at his chosen spot one December with his baby carriage of belongings, he finds the three calcet children who are hiding lest the authorities take the children from their mother. Madame Calcet, recently homeless, works in a laundry and hopes to find a home soon.Hide synopsis
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Description:Fine. Almost in new condition. Book shows only very slight...Fine. Almost in new condition. Book shows only very slight signs of use. Cover and binding are undamaged and pages show minimal use. Millions of satisfied customers and climbing. Green Earth Books is the name you can trust, guaranteed. Spend Less. Read More.
Description:Very Good. 0590441698 covers and corners may show shelf wear...Very Good. 0590441698 covers and corners may show shelf wear used books may be missing software and or codes. spirals will show more wear because of nature of book.
Description:Good. Book shows minor use. Cover and Binding have minimal wear...Good. Book shows minor use. Cover and Binding have minimal wear, and the pages have only minimal creases. Free State Books. Never settle for less.
Armand, an old hobo, lives in the olden days of Paris. In the freezing cold of December, he finds a small helpless family, and he surely can't leave them to fend for themselves. Grudgingly, he takes them in. He doesn't want to feel responsible for these 'starlings', as he calls the young children... ...
One of the sweetest most charming books I have ever read. This is a story of some wonderful little French children who are hard on their luck and "living rough" when they encounter a bum who trys to be grumpy and unloving but falls in love with the little family. We follow them through Christmas all ...
The illustrations were interesting and vivid. The narrator's descriptions were cumbersome and awkward. By the middle of the book, there were too many religious references: okay if the reader is a devout Christian, but my children and I are not and therefore, because it was so wordy, as well, didn't ...
An endearing story that every child and adult alike would be inspired to read due to its tender ability to demonstrates how a man's aimless wondering can be exchanged for a purposeful life. The story line depicts a poor French hobo reticent to settle down, obtain a job, and raise a family. However, ...
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