eBook Maddie Surfs for Cyber-Pals (Formac First Novels) download
by Marie-Louise Gay,Sarah Cummins,Louise Leblanc
Author: Marie-Louise Gay,Sarah Cummins,Louise Leblanc
Publisher: Formac (November 1, 2004)
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Marie-Louise Gay (Illustrator). Sarah Cummins (Translator). Louise Leblanc, the Quebecois novelist, was born in 1942 in Greater Montreal.
Marie-Louise Gay (Illustrator). Maddie is thrilled that her parents have connected their computer to the Internet. Now she can surf the net for new friends. Michele rated it liked it Mar 11, 2013. In 1983, she released her first novel for adults entitled "37 AA". It won the Robert-Cliche prize.
by Louise Leblanc (Author), Marie-Louise Gay (Illustrator), Sarah Cummins (Translator) & 0 more. This is the seventh instalment in the Maddie series by award-winning author, Louise Leblanc. Every Maddie story has a moral lining, and Leblanc is very good at getting her message across while making readers laugh. Comical black-and-white line drawings complement the text perfectly.
By (author) TRN Sarah Cummins ILT Marie-Louise Gay Louise Leblanc. Dimensions 10. 5 x 19. x . 5mm.
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Maddie is thrilled that her parents have connected their computer to the Internet. But Maddie's family is worried because they know she is planning to meet a boy from among her cyber pals. She finds a way around that by going down late at night. Only Granny will understand and help her deal with finding a balance between exploring the world and staying safe.
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Maddie Surfs for Cyber Pals. Publisher:Formac Publishing Company Limited. But Maddie's family are worried because they know she is planning to meet a boy from among her cyber pals.
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Marie-Louise Gay (born June 17, 1952) is a Canadian children's writer and illustrator. From 1987 to 2015, she won the annual Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator's Award four times, all for books that she also wrote
Marie-Louise Gay (born June 17, 1952) is a Canadian children's writer and illustrator. From 1987 to 2015, she won the annual Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator's Award four times, all for books that she also wrote. Gay was born in Quebec City and lived in Montreal and Vancouver as a child