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    Madeline

    Madeline

    by Ludwig Bemelmans

    The combination of a spirited heroine, cheerful humor, and rhythmic text, makes Madeline a perennial favorite with children and teachers alike. An all-time classic of children's literature that no child should miss.

    "Humorous and delightful." - New Yorker.

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    Madeline in America

    Madeline in America

    by Ludwig Bemelmans

    Ludwig Bemelmans' grandson discovered, completed, and published this untold Madeline story along with two sweet holiday tales about a desperately poor cobbler and music teacher who find holiday happiness. Your Madeline fan can cross the ocean with the exuberant French orphan to find the thrills of horseback riding and touring the world's greatest store. She'll even get a hint as to what really happens in this favorite character's future.

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Madeline

Author: Ludwig Bemelmans

Illustrator: Ludwig Bemelmans

Interest Level:
K-2

Lexile Framework:
480L

Grade Level Equivalent:
3.8

Guided Reading Level:
K

Age:
5-7

Genre:
Classics, Comedy and Humor, Series, Rhyming Story

Subject:
Courage, Bravery, Heroism, Friends and Friendship, Disease and Illness, Honor, European

About This Book

In an old, vine-covered house in Paris live 12 little girls. They wear wide-brimmed hats and matching yellow outfits, and walk in two perfect rows. Madeline is the smallest girl — and the most daring. She's not afraid to touch a mouse or go near a tiger in the zoo.

But one night she wakes up in pain and Madame Clavel, the mistress of the house, can hear Madeline crying all the way from her own bedroom. Madame Clavel calls the doctor, and in no time, Madeline is rushed to the hospital to have her appendix removed. Everyone at the house misses Madeline, and Madame Clavel decides to take the 11 girls to visit their little friend in the hospital. They take her flowers and find Madeline in her hospital bed happily surrounded by the gifts of toys and candies she has received from well-wishers. Madeline even has a scar to show to them, which the other girls look at with awe — and a little envy. That night, back at the house, Madame Clavel again hears the crying of a little girl. She hurries to the bedroom where the girls sleep in two rows of beds and discovers every single one of the remaining girls crying in pain, all of them wanting to go to the hospital and get gifts — and a scar — just like Madeline!

Ludwig Bemelmans was awarded the Caldecott Medal for his classic story, the first in his highly-acclaimed and beloved "Madeline" book series. His verse is simple and fun and a pleasure to read. His illustrations, featuring famous Parisian landmarks like the Opera and the Place Vendome, are as charming and lively as the 12 little girls, including the precocious Madeline, at the heart of his story.


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