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Cerise Griotte by Benjamin Lacombe
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Mar 28, 09

bookshelves: children_picture_books, march-pile, read2009
Read in March, 2009

Adorable, yet bittersweet tale of a young girl who doesn't fit because of her name "Cerise", her weight, being motherless.
Benjamin Lacombe succeeded in showing the loneliness and difference of Cerise through amazing illustrations the details like the books chosen to fill Cerise's library, her over sized pullover everything built up to Cerise finding the strength to open herself up and find friendship and inner strength she didn't know she had.
Benjamin Lacombe is in his mid-twenties, an amazing illustrator, writer, over all artist. Well worth discovering. Next on my list : Généalogie d'une sorcière.
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