Orianne Lallemand

Born in 1972, Orianne Lallemand lives with her husband and four children in Dinard in Brittany. When shje is not writing she spends her time working with children in schools and libraries. Her books have been published by the big Belgian and Frech publishing houses, Casterman, Gautier-Languereau, Auzou and Père Castor.

Tonight, Macán the Wolf is in his bed. But his bedroom is dark, and there might even be a monster under the bed? Macán is a little wolf. Sometimes, he misehaves, but he really is a good little wolf. He is learning from life from his Daddy and Mammy. In this beautiful three-book series, we learn all the little things that Macán must learn: to eat his dinner, to use his potty, and to sleep in his own bed.

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Today, Macán the Wolf sees something new in the garden — a pot! But what is it for? Macán is a little wolf. Sometimes, he misbehaves, but he really is a good little wolf. He is learning from life from his Daddy and Mammy. In this beautiful three-book series, we learn all the little things that Macán must learn: to eat his dinner, to use his potty, and to sleep in his own bed.

"Tá sé tagtha faoi dheireadh, a thuismitheoirí gaelacha! Caith uait Everyone Poops agus déan dearmad ar Pirate Pete agus Princess Polly mar seo chugainn ‘Macán ar an bPota’. Sraith eile atá ag teacht i dtír ar an nganntanas sin sa mhargadh atá luaite cheana agam, cé go bhfuil na leabhair seo níos téagartha ó thaobh ábhair de." — Sorcha Ní Chéilleachair, Tuairisc.ie

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Bíonn faitíos ar Mhac Tíre i gcónaí, agus bíonn na mic tíre eile ag gáire faoi. Ceapann sé nach mac tire ceart é. Ar deireadh, socraíonn sé imeacht amach faoin domhain mór agus é sa tóir ar an misneach. Sraith trí phictiúrleabhar don aoisghrúpa 4-7 mbliana. Sna scéilíní deasa seo is iad na rudaí céanna a dhéan=ann imní do Mhac Tíre agus a bhíonn ag déanamh imní do gach páiste — an grá; siúl ar scoil; a bheith cróga, srl. Leabhair álainn soláimhseáilte iad le léamh os ard sa bhaile nó ar scoil.

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Today, Macán doesn't want to eat his dinner. He doesn't like mushrooms, or ham, or vegetables. All he wants to eat is pasta! Macán is a little wolf. Sometimes, he misbehaves, but he really is a good little wolf. He is learning from life from his Daddy and Mammy. In this beautiful three-book series, we learn all the little things that Macán must learn: to eat his dinner, to use his potty, and to sleep in his own bed.

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Today, Macán the Little Wolf is going away on holiday — and, for the first time ever, he's even going to fly! Macán sometimes misbehaves, but he really is a good little wolf. He is learning from life from his Daddy and Mammy. In this beautiful three-book series, we learn all the little things that Macán must learn: to eat his dinner, to use his potty, and to sleep in his own bed.

 

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Mac Tíre bocht, níl aon duine mór leis. Tá an
t-earrach tagtha agus tá na héin is na hainmhithe ag imeacht thart ina bpéirí go grámhar. Cá dtiocfaidh Mac Tíre ar a ghrá geal féin? Sraith trí phictiúrleabhar don aoisghrúpa 4-7 mbliana. Sna scéilíní deasa seo is iad na rudaí céanna a dhéanann imní do Mhac Tíre agus a bhíonn ag déanamh imní do gach páiste — an grá; siúl ar scoil; a bheith cróga, srl. Leabhair álainn soláimhseáilte iad le léamh os ard sa bhaile nó ar scoil.

[localer:en]Poor Mac Tíre, nobody loves him. Spring is here and all the birds and the animals are going around lovingly in pairs. How will Mac Tíre find his own true love? A series of three picturebooks for 4-7 year olds. In these charming stories Mac Tíre the wolf has the same questions other children have—why is walking to tiresome? Why don’t I have a special friend? Why am I so scared? These beautiful picture books are easily handled by children and are ideal for reading aloud at home or at school.

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Macán's little sister BabaTíre has lost her dummy — and she is very upstet. How can Macán help her? Macán is a little wolf. Sometimes, he misbehaves, but he really is a good little wolf. He is learning from life from his Daddy and Mammy. In this beautiful three-book series, we learn all the little things that Macán must learn: to eat his dinner, to use his potty, and to sleep in his own bed.

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Mac Tíre the wolf doesn’t want to walk anymore! But if he won’t walk, how will he get about? Will he travel by car, by plane, or by boat? A series of three picturebooks for 4-7 year olds. In these charming stories Mac Tíre the wolf has the same questions other children have—why is walking to tiresome? Why don’t I have a special friend? Why am I so scared? These beautiful picture books are easily handled by children and are ideal for reading aloud at home or at school.

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Today, Macán the Little Wolf is on the beach with his Grandma and his cousin Lúna. They've brought their swimming togs, a bucket and spade and a picnic —and  they're going to have great fun! Sometimes, he misbehaves, but he really is a good little wolf. He is learning from life from his Daddy and Mammy. In this beautiful three-book series, we learn all the little things that Macán must learn: to eat his dinner, to use his potty, and to sleep in his own bed.

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