Chapouton – Julian

CELC

JEFIC C

Chapouton

Personal author:

Chapouton, Anne-Marie

Title:

Julian / by Anne-Marie Chapouton.  English text by Anthea Bell.

Publication info:

New York:  Larousse Kingfisher Chambers, Inc., c1995.

Physical description:

Unpaged:  col. illus.

Summary:

A fable of a boy who plays the flute beautifully but neglects to get a decent haircut. When grownups are incensed about Julian’s hair length and style (but curiously unconcerned about his nudity), he retreats to the wild only to return with a neat hairdo and a tuxedo. But, alas, his flute is now silent. So he goes to the mountains and when he returns, he plays for himself-and the people now pay attention.

Subject term:

Flute—Juvenile fiction.

Subject term:

Acceptance—Juvenile fiction.

Subject term:

Hair—Juvenile fiction.

ISBN:

1856976238

Tags:

acceptance, children, fable, flute, hair

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