Gaspard at the Seashore by Anne Gutman
(Gaspard and Lisa Books)

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Gaspard is off to summer camp to learn how to windsurf. There’s just one problem—he doesn’t know how to swim! After some lessons in the pool and a little help from his rubber
float, Gaspard is ready to become a swimming champion.
 

About Anne Gutman

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A husband-and-wife team, this is Anne Gutman and Georg Hallensleben's twelfth Gaspard and Lisa book published by Knopf. The authors live in Paris, France. KATE BANKS and GEORG HALLENSLEBEN are the author and artist of several picture books, including "And If the Moon Could Talk," winner of the "Boston"" Globe"-"Horn Book" Award, and "The Night Worker," winner of the Charlotte Zolotow Award (see page 46). Both titles also appeared on the ALA Notable List. Ms. Banks lives in the South of France, and Mr. Hallensleben lives in Paris, France.
 
Published April 9, 2002 by Knopf Books for Young Readers. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The irresistible canine heroes of the paper-over-board Misadventures of Gaspard and Lisa series set out to make a gift for their teacher in Gaspard and Lisa's Christmas Surprise by Anne Gutman, illus.

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In Gaspard and Lisa's Rainy Day, the first of two new titles by Anne Gutman, illus.

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Lisa's is the better story—Gutman pays more attention to the problems of being small in a world of large people, and Lisa is conjured with real charm—but Gaspard's is more impressive visually.

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Gaspard and Lisa's Ready for School Words by Anne Gutman, illus.

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In Gaspard and Lisa: Friends Forever, Gaspard tells how, when Lisa first arrived as a new student in his class, he didn't like it that everyone said they looked like brother and sister (all the other students are human).

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The white and black pups who each starred in their own paper-over-board books unite for Anne Gutman's Gaspard and Lisa at the Museum, illus.

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Having visited Venice (Gaspard on Vacation) and New York City's Museum of Natural History (Gaspard and Lisa at the Museum), the black pup dreams of becoming a champion windsurfer in Gaspard at the Seashore by Anne Gutman, illus.

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