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There’s a Dolphin in the Grand Canal
John Bemelmans Marciano (au) (il)
Hardcover (no d.j.)
Imagine a city in the middle of the sea. The roads are made of water, & the people use boats the way we use cars. The waterways are called canals. The largest of these is called the Grand Canal, & the city you are imagining is Venice. The book starts in a quiet corner of Venice at the Cafe Buca. Luca, the son of the owners, walks toward the Grand Canal every afternoon, through Saint Mark’s Square. This day, while sitting in the square, he’s suddenly splashed in the face by a dolphin! He runs back to get his parents, but they don’t see the dolphin & return to their cafe. But the dolphin comes back to Luca, who slips off the step & into the water & lands on the dolphin’s back! This book takes you along on their exciting adventure through Venice. Color illus.
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