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Viewing Entry - Clair-de-lune (E11910)
by Golds, Cassandra

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Playing time for epub/audio formats : 5 hours 15 minutes


Author / Responsible partyGolds, Cassandra
CollectionChildren's Fiction
GenreChildren's fiction.
TopicsChildren's fiction Ballet -- Juvenile fiction.
Intended AudienceAdult
PublisherVisAbility Ltd. [Association for the Blind of WA]


Clair-de-Lune has lived all her life with her grandmother at the top of a very tall, very narrow, very old building. Her mother, a great ballerina, died on stage when Clair-de-Lune was a baby. Ever since that day, Clair-de-Lune has not uttered a word. Then she meets tiny, brave Bonaventure (a talking dancer-mouse) who takes her to the mysterious monastery hidden in a secret fold of Clair-de-Lune's apartment building. But this is only the beginning of the journey for Clair-de-Lune, and she could never have dreamed what adventures were still to come.

Additional Information

System control numberE11910
Original Print PublisherCamberwell, Vic. : Puffin Books, 2004.
Narrator NameStanley McGeagh.
Participant or performer noteStanley McGeagh.
Narrators GenderMale narrator