When Hudson, an adventurous and adorable terrier, moves to Paris, he loves the new sights and smells. But when he tries to make friends, he discovers the Parisian dogs only speak French. Though initially disheartened, little Hudson's desire to make friends is so strong that he goes to French class. Things begin to look up and Hudson becomes a Parisien or "Paris-Chien" (chien is the French word for dog).  

Paris-Chien strikes a universal chord as it shows how it feels to be the new or different kid in any situation. Beautiful gouache illustrations of Paris markets, cafes, dogs and parks make the story enjoyable for both the reader and the "read-to." French words appear in the illustrations and in a glossary at the end, so you'll even learn a little French!

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