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Mapaula, Marie-Claude

Overview
Works: 7 works in 10 publications in 1 language and 67 library holdings
Genres: Juvenile works  Fiction  Young adult works  Christmas stories  Humorous fiction  Fairy tales  Folklore 
Roles: Translator
Classifications: PZ7.B6265, FIC
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Publications about Marie-Claude Mapaula
Publications by Marie-Claude Mapaula
Most widely held works by Marie-Claude Mapaula
Sonora : la princesse au long sommeil by Gail Carson Levine( Book )
1 edition published in 2001 in French and held by 18 libraries worldwide
Il fait nuit dans la nurserie royale, mais la petite princesse la plus seule au monde. Avant même de marcher, elle a su qu'un jour elle devrait se piquer avec un fuseau et s'endormir pour cent ans. Alors elle se dit qu'elle aura bien le temps de dormir. Outre la beauté, la grâce et cette malédiction connue, Sonora reçut en cadeau des fées une intelligence dix fois supérieure
The fairy's mistake by Gail Carson Levine( Book )
1 edition published in 2002 in French and held by 18 libraries worldwide
Parodie des Fées de Charles Perrault
Broken soup by Jenny Valentine( Book )
1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 9 libraries worldwide
Un jour, à la caisse du magasin, un inconnu tend à Rowan un objet qu'elle aurait laissé tomber par terre. C'est le négatif d'une photographie. On y distingue un visage radieux. Cela fait deux ans que Rowan ne sait plus ce que c'est, un visage radieux. Depuis la mort de son frère Jack, Rowan doit faire face. Ses parents se sont séparés, sa mère a perdu goût à la vie. Et c'est elle, Rowan, à quatorze ans, qui élève sa petite soeur au quotidien. Mais comment quelque chose qui ne nous appartient pas peut-il transfigurer l'existence ? Rowan est persuadée que ce négatif n'est pas à elle. Pourtant, il va révéler bien des secrets, et éclairer sa vie d'un jour nouveau
Wringer by Jerry Spinelli( Book )
3 editions published between 2000 and 2001 in French and held by 9 libraries worldwide
As Palmer comes of age, he must either accept the violence of being a wringer at his town's annual Pigeon Day or find the courage to oppose it. He did not want to be a wringer. Palmer LaRue is rUnning out of birthdays. For as long as he can remember, he's dreaded the day he turns ten, the day he's supposed to become a wringer. This thing, this not wanting to be a wringer, did it ever knock him from his bike? Unite his sneaker lace? Call him a name? Stand up and fight? Palmer thinks that becoming a wringer is something he can't stop ... until the day a visitor shows up at his window. It was simply, merely there, a whisper of feather wings, reminding him of the moment he dreaded above all others. Should he open the window? In his dreams the moment had already come. Should he invite fear into his room? In his dreams he looks down to find his hands around the neck of the pigeon. What is it like to be hated? For much of his life Palmer Larue had felt he was standing at the edge of a black, bottomless hole. On the fifty-ninth day before his tenth birthday, he fell in. Palmer LaRue is running out of birthdays. For as long as he can remember, he's dreaded the day he turns ten--the day he'll take his place beside all the other ten-year-old boys in town, the day he'll be a wringer. But Palmer doesn't want to be a wringer. It's one of the first things he learned about himself and it's one of the biggest things he has to hide. In Palmer's town being a wringer is an honor, a tradition passed down from father to son. Palmer can't stop himself from being a wringer just like he can't stop himself from growing one year older, just like he can't stand up to a whole town--right?
Princess Sonora and the long sleep by Gail Carson Levine( Book )
2 editions published between 2001 and 2002 in French and held by 8 libraries worldwide
André wants to be friends with his older brothers, but they laugh at him, call him Sandrillé (after an embarrassing invention misfired and left him covered in ashes) and leave him home. Meanwhile, Princess Marigold, who will inherit her father's throne, thinks it's time to start checking out potential husbands, and poses as a milkmaid to get the gossip. When her father decides it's time for her to marry, he puts Marigold on a glass hill that her suitors will have to climb. A n intelligent princess, Marigold plans out an escape trick or two of her own. Sandrillé, as a part time inventor, has a few ideas about that piece of glass, as well, not to mention three magic horses that can climb anything. Finally, between Marigold's ideas and Sandrillé's determination, the two earn their way to living happily ever after
David s'évade by Gail Carson Levine( Book )
1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Roman - orphelin - internat - relations entre générations
Double Fudge by Judy Blume( Book )
1 edition published in 2003 in French and held by 2 libraries worldwide
"Mousse est très mûr pour son âge, cinq ans, et il a une nouvelle passion: l'argent. Il en est obsédé. Il le met en chansons. Il ne rêve que d'une chose, devenir plein aux as et pouvoir se payer tout ce qui le tente: New York, Washington, trois paires de chaussures pareilles et une pièce pour ses jouets. Mais pour le moment, il ne possède que quatorze dollars et soixante-quatorze cents. Aussi se lance-t-il dans l'émission d'une nouvelle monnaie: les billets-Mousse ..."
 
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French (10)
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