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Chen An Yo Pale!

Chronicles of The K-9 Boys and Girls on Locus Street By:
Chen An Yo Pale!
A Haitian Dog Story


This Book is Part of a Series "Chronicles of The K-9 Boys and Girls on Locus Street"
All Books in this Series:
There's Something Strange.....
Chronicles of The K-9 Boys and Girls on Locus Street
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Chen An Yo Pale!
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I Wanna be .....
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Mason and The Rainbow Bridge
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Mandy The Alpha Dog
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Posts and Comments
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bettyc

I was fascinated by the way you introduced the Creole into your story; it made the story even more vivid for me.

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paulashene

I knew a bit about the county because I went to a church that has a mission down there [sadly two of the native teachers were killed in the earthquake]but the usage of language never came up.

In my researching the story I found to my amazement that while French is the 'state... Show more

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rebekahjennings

Hi Paula,

I have to say, I love your dog drawings. Very cute, they made me laugh.

Goodluck.

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paulashene

When I wrote the story, in the course of my research, I found that the populace all speak Creole while French is the official language with only 10% speaking it. The most involved was the dehydration factor - what can a small child or animal endure before it is too late. The major factor in that was the heat.

I know a little about Haiti because a church I had attended has a mission down there [sadly two of their native... Show more

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petra michelle

Very clever and interesting how you incorporated some Creole words in the story, Paula!

Good luck in the contest! Petra :))

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lovingempath

Very timely tale of love and survival.
I appreciate the larger print, and the teamwork between you and Prescott.
(You almost lost me with the dog being left in the rubble...:(. Very touching ending though...

Great job, and good luck with this lovely work.
Robin

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paulashene

This story was the hardest for my son to deal with - I have more illustrations which I did not use because of length constraint and my son felt the story was too serious - the line 'sometimes things are not all peaches and cream, butterflies and flowers or even happy endings'... Show more

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joeparente

Great inside look at the devastation that went on in Haiti. Thank you for the happy ending./joeparente

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paulashene

thank you for your comments - our stories are meant to touch a child's heart and humor. This book does not have as much humor in it as the previous ones but then being buried under rubble is serious. I am glad you like this story....Paula

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aditidasbhowmik

It is awesome....the story is so good...only I feel sad of Chen one leg being removed.......But I understand it is a natural disaster story and will be sad......But has good and happy ending...

Great work...your paintings are really good...I felt as I was reading that I m back in my childhood days...the paintings made me remember my story books of that time...

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