Zee by Michel Gay

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Zee is allowed to climb into bed with his parents, but only after they’re awake. And this morning they are very, very sleepy. Zee knows just what they need . . . coffee! But when the coffee spills, he must find another way to wake his parents without making them angry.
How Zee finds a creative solution to a problem all young children will identify with makes for a sweet, humorous family story, perfect for sharing together before starting the day. Simple text and line drawings are easy for young readers to follow along with.
 

About Michel Gay

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Michel Gay has illustrated more than 60 books for children, many of which he also wrote, that have been published in Europe. His first book for Clarion was Zee. He lives in France.
 
Published August 18, 2003 by Clarion Books. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Anxious for his parents to wake up so he can climb in bed for a snuggle, Zee tries to serve them breakfast in bed.

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In this dictionary of gender and sexuality, Reuter defines words that are sexual, political, playful, hateful and everyday, all brought together under the umbrella of ""queer vernacular"" or ""gayspeak."" He does well to include a brief history of gay culture, from the formation of well-known gay...

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Reasoning that his parents will need cups "filled to the brim," Zee pours the remaining bit of coffee into his doll-size tea set.

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Michel Gay's brazen zebra, first introduced in Zee, returns in Zee Is Not Afraid.

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