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Jouons un peu au puzzle. On ne rigole plus, docteur, votre histoire d'amour avec Benton Wesley devra encore attendre. In the far future, after human civilization has spread through the galaxy, communications begin to arrive in an apparently alien language. They appear to threaten invasion, but in order to counter the threat, the messages must first be understood. Dhalgren is one of the greatest novels of 20th-century American literature. Dhalgren is one of the all-time bestselling science fiction novels.
Dhalgren may be read with equal validity as SF, magic realism, or metafiction. Dhalgren is controversial, challenging, and scandalous.
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Dhalgren is a brilliant novel about sex, gender, race, class, art, and identity. A mysterious disaster has stricken the midwestern American city of Bellona, and its aftereffects are disturbing: The catastrophe is confined to Bellona, and most of the inhabitants have fled. The Kid is emblematic of those who live in the new Bellona, who are the young, the poor, the mad, the violent, the outcast--the marginalized.
Dhalgren is many things, but instantly accessible isn't one of them. While most of this big, ambitious, deeply detailed novel is beautifully pellucid, the opening pages will be difficult for some: If you find the early pages rough going, push on; the story soon becomes clear and fascinating. But--fair warning--the central nature of the disaster, of its strange devastations and disruptions, remains a puzzle for many readers, sometimes after several readings. If you want to figure out the secret of the novel as you read Dhalgren, then stop reading this review right now!
If you want to know the secret before you start, this is what the novel is about: Time passes differently for different characters. A river changes location. Stairs change their number. The Kid looks in a mirror and sees not himself, but someone who looks an awful lot like Samuel R. Central images include mirrors, lenses, and prisms, devices that focus, reflect--and distort. The Kid fills a notebook with a journal that may be Dhalgren, and is uncertain if he has written much, or any, of it.
The characters don't know they're in a novel, but they know something is wrong. Dhalgren explores the relationship between characters and author or, perhaps, characters, "author," and author. The final chapter can be even tougher going than the opening pages, with its viewpoint change and its stretches of braided narrative--and the novel ends with the beginning of an unfinished sentence. But the last chapter becomes clear as you persevere; and when you get to that unfinished closing line, turn to the first line of the novel to finish the sentence and close the narrative circle.
Delany] Prisonniers de la flamme [Samuel R. Delany] Les tours de Toron [Samuel R. Essai sur l'homme et l'environnement dans l'histoire. Substance D -- otherwise known as Death -- is the most dangerous drug ever to find its way on to the black market. It destroys the links between the brain's two hemispheres, leading first to disorentation and then to complete and irreversible brain damage. Bob Arctor, undercover narcotics agent, is trying to find a lead to the source of supply, but to pass as an addict he must become a user, and soon, without knowing what is happening to him, he is as dependent as any of the addicts he is monitoring.
World War Terminus had left the Earth devastated. Through its ruins, bounty hunter Rick Deckard stalked, in search of the renegade replicants who were his prey. When he wasn't 'retiring' them with his laser weapon, he dreamed of owning a live animal -- the ultimate status symbol in a world all but bereft of animal life. Then Rick got his chance: But in Deckard's world things were never that simple, and his assignment quickly turned into a nightmare kaleidoscope of subterfuge and deceit -- and the threat of death for the hunter rather than the hunted Mars is a desolate world.
Largely forgotten by Earth, the planet remains helpless in the stranglehold of Arnie Kott, who as boss of the plumber's union has a monopoly over the vital water supply. Arnie Kott is obsessed by the past; the native Bleekmen, poverty-stricken wanderers, can see into the future; while to Manfred, an autistic boy, time apparently stops. When one of the colonists, Norbert Steiner, commits suicide, the repercussions are startling and bizarre.
Dick] Syndrome de retrait [Philip K. Dick] Match retour [Philip K. Dick] Si vous trouvez ce monde mauvais, vous devriez en voir quelques autres [Philip K. Dick] Rencontre avec Philippe K. Par ailleurs, l'ouvrage procure des informations d'ordre paratextuel qui enrichissent la culture du lecteur: Enfin la connaissance absolue et la fin de la science?
Comment trouver le bonheur? Qu'est-ce que le plaisir? Mais ce n'est pas une analyse classique: Mais dans un pays magique, rien n'est comme ailleurs. Hired to break into the virtually inaccessible computer network of a large corporation, Case, the world's finest interface cowboy, and Molly, a street-smart samurai, venture deep into cyberspace only to discover that they have become pawns in a deadly game. In the s Joe Haldeman approached more than a dozen different publishers before he finally found one interested in The Forever War.
The book went on to win both the Hugo and Nebula Awards, although a large chunk of the story had been cut out before it saw publication. Now Haldeman and Avon Books have released the definitive version of The Forever War, published for the first time as Haldeman originally intended. The book tells the timeless story of war, in this case a conflict between humanity and the alien Taurans. Humans first bumped heads with the Taurans when we began using collapsars to travel the stars.
Although the collapsars provide nearly instantaneous travel across vast distances, the relativistic speeds associated with the process means that time passes slower for those aboard ship. For William Mandella, a physics student drafted as a soldier, that means more than 27 years will have passed between his first encounter with the Taurans and his homecoming, though he himself will have aged only a year. When Mandella finds that he can't adjust to Earth after being gone so long from home, he reenlists, only to find himself shuttled endlessly from battle to battle as the centuries pass.
The epic story of the planet Arrakis, its Atreides rulers and their mortal enemies the "Harkonnens" is the finest, most widely acclaimed and enduring science fiction novel of this century. Huge in scope, towering in concept, it is a work that will live on in the reader's imagination. C'est la plus grande richesse de l'univers. Paul Atreides, ruler of a thousand planets, great victor of a holy war, prince turned revolutionary leader, messiah of a fanatical religious sisterhood, is to be brought low by the very forces that created him.
Yet foreseeing the plans of his enemies, he determines to drive on towards his own, shockingly different, vision of the future. This is the amazing second Dune novel. The planet Arrakis is becoming desert again. Lost ones are returning home from the far reaches of space. The great sandworms are dying, and the children of Dunes children awaken from empire as from a dream, wielding the new power of a heresy called love. Now--the conclusion to Frank Herbert's l3-million-copy epic masterpiece.
The desert planet Arrakis, called Dune, has been destroyed, and the heirs to Dune's power, have colonized a green world--and are turning it into a desert, mile by scorched mile. Au service de son roi il apprendra les poisons, le meurtre et la trahison.. Howard] Cimmeria verse [Robert E. Howard] Black Colossus [Robert E. Howard] Rogues in the House [Robert E. Howard] Shawdows in the Moonlight [Robert E. Howard] Jewels of Gwahlur [Robert E.
Howard] Shadows in Zaboula [Robert E. Howard] Red Nails [Robert E. Howard] Drums of Tombalku draft [Robert E. Howard and Conan by Stephen Jones. Conan the Cimmerian, the boy-thief who became a mercenary, who fought and loved his way across fabled lands to become King of Aquilonia. Neither supernatural fiends nor demonic sorcery could oppose the barbarian warrior as he wielded his mighty sword and dispatched his enemies to a bloody doom on the battlefields of the legendary Hyborian age. Collected here in the chronological order they were first published are Robert E.
Howard's definitive stories of Conan, exactly as he wrote them. A foreword and afterword by Stephen Jones provide a biography of Howard along with a comprehensive overview of his writing and background on the world of pulp fiction. As a novella it won a Hugo Award; the novel-length expansion won a Nebula.
The Oscar-winning movie adaptation Charly also spawned a Broadway musical. Following his doctor's instructions, engaging simpleton Charlie Gordon tells his own story in semi-literate "progris riports. I dint feel bad because I watched Algernon and I lernd how to finish the amaze even if it takes me along time. I dint know mice were so smart. Algernon is extra-clever thanks to an experimental brain operation so far tried only on animals.
Charlie eagerly volunteers as the first human subject. After frustrating delays and agonies of concentration, the effects begin to show and the reports steadily improve: The IQ rise continues, taking him steadily past the human average to genius level and beyond, until he's as intellectually alone as the old, foolish Charlie ever was--and now painfully aware of it.
Then, ominously, the smart mouse Algernon begins to deteriorate Flowers for Algernon is a timeless tear-jerker with a terrific emotional impact. Peu importent les sentiments, seule la jouissance compte. C'est l'histoire d'une femme qui aime les hommes. Puis on retrouve deux cadavres qui seraient ceux de la jeune femme et de Lupin. The National Book Award-winning author takes flight with this bestselling collection of speculative fiction where a woman visits fifteen otherworldly-- yet familiar--societies.
In The Aeneid, Vergil's hero fights to claim the king's daughter, Lavinia, with whom he is destined to found an empire. Lavinia herself never speaks a word. Le Guin gives Lavinia a voice in a novel that takes us to the half-wild world of ancient Italy, when Rome was a muddy village near seven hills. Lavinia grows up knowing nothing but peace and freedom, until suitors come.
Her mother wants her to marry handsome, ambitious Turnus. But omens and prophecies spoken by the sacred springs say she must marry a foreigner? When a fleet of Trojan ships sails up the Tiber, Lavinia decides to take her destiny into her own hands. And so she tells us what Vergil did not: Lavinia is a book of passion and war, generous and austerely beautiful, from a writer working at the height of her powers.
North to Orsinia and the boundaries between reality and madness South to discover Antarctica with nine South American women West to find an enchanted harp and the borderland between life and death Twenty astonishing stories from acclaimed author Ursula K. Le Guin carry us to worlds of wonder and horror, desire and destiny, enchantment and doom.
George Orr is a mild and unremarkable man who finds the world a less than pleasant place to live: Psychiatrist Dr William Haber offers to help. At first sceptical of George's powers, he comes to astonished belief. When he allows ambition to get the better of ethics, George finds himself caught up in a situation of alarming peril. Scattered among poor, desolate farms, the clans of the Uplands possess gifts. They can twist a limb, chain a mind, inflict a wasting illness. The Uplanders live in constant fear that one family might unleash its gift against another.
Two young people, friends since childhood, decide not to use their gifts. One, a girl, refuses to bring animals to their death in the hunt. The other, a boy, wears a blindfold lest his eyes and his anger kill. In this beautifully crafted story, Ursula K. Le Guin writes of the proud cruelty of power, of how hard it is to grow up, and of how much harder still it is to find, in the world's darkness, gifts of light.
Includes a reader's guide and a sample chapter from the companion title Voices. Ansul was once a peaceful town filled with libraries, schools, and temples. But that was long ago, and the conquerors of this coastal city consider reading and writing to be acts punishable by death. And they believe the Oracle House, where the last few undestroyed books are hidden, is seething with demons. But to seventeen-year-old Memer, the house is the only place where she feels truly safe.
Then an Uplands poet named Orrec and his wife, Gry, arrive, and everything in Memer's life begins to change. Will she and the people of Ansul at last be brave enough to rebel against their oppressors? Young Gav can remember the page of a book after seeing it once, and, inexplicably, he sometimes "remembers" things that are going to happen in the future.
As a loyal slave, he must keep these powers secret, but when a terrible tragedy occurs, Gav, blinded by grief, flees the only world he has ever known. And in what becomes a treacherous journey for freedom, Gav's greatest test of all is facing his powers so that he can come to understand himself and finally find a true home. Le Guin is one of the greatest science fiction writers and many times the winner of the Hugo and Nebula Awards.
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Tor is pleased to return these previously unavailable works to print in this attractive new edition. Genly Ai is an emissary from the human galaxy to Winter, a lost, stray world. His mission is to bring the planet back into the fold of an evolving galactic civilization, but to do so he must bridge the gulf between his own culture and prejudices and those that he encounters. On a planet where people are of no gender--or both--this is a broad gulf indeed. The inventiveness and delicacy with which Le Guin portrays her alien world are not only unusual and inspiring, they are fundamental to almost all decent science fiction that has been written since.
In fact, reading Le Guin again may cause the eye to narrow somewhat disapprovingly at the younger generation: It cannot be said, however, that this is a rollicking good story. Le Guin takes a lot of time to explore her characters, the world of her creation, and the philosophical themes that arise. If there were a canon of classic science fiction, The Left Hand of Darkness would be included without debate.
Certainly, no science fiction bookshelf may be said to be complete without it. But the real question: It is science fiction of an earlier time, a time that has not worn particularly well in the genre. The Left Hand of Darkness was a groundbreaking book in , a time when, like the rest of the arts, science fiction was awakening to new dimensions in both society and literature. But the first excursions out of the pulp tradition are sometimes difficult to reread with much enjoyment. Rereading The Left Hand of Darkness, decades after its publication, one feels that those who chose it for the Hugo and Nebula awards were right to do so, for it truly does stand out as one of the great books of that era.
It is immensely rich in timeless wisdom and insight. The Left Hand of Darkness is science fiction for the thinking reader, and should be read attentively in order to properly savor the depth of insight and the subtleties of plot and character. It is one of those pleasures that requires a little investment at the beginning, but pays back tenfold with the joy of raw imagination that resonates through the subsequent 30 years of science fiction storytelling. Not only is the bookshelf incomplete without owning it, so is the reader without having read it.
Two planets, Werel, a slave-owning oligarchy, and Yeowe, its colony, are destined for revolution after contact with the sophisticated space-going civilization of the Ekumen. But one form of oppression and slavery can all too easily give way to another; and so a new, implacable fight for equality is born. It can be learning or love, compassion or courage, created with a touch or killed with a blow. A formidable and rewarding work, a prime candidate for best SF collection of the year. The title story, 'The Birthday of the World', stands alone and the final piece, 'Paradises Lost', is a new short novel original to the collection, a major addition to the generation starship subgenre of science fiction.
Sutty, an Observer from Earth for the interstellar Ekumen, has been assigned to a new world-a world in the grips of a stern monolithic state, the Corporation. Embracing the sophisticated technology brought by other worlds and desiring to advance even faster into the future, the Akans recently outlawed the past, the old calligraphy, certain words, all ancient beliefs and ways; every citizen must now be a producer-consumer. Their state, not unlike the China of the Cultural Revolution, is one of secular terrorism. Traveling from city to small town, from loudspeakers to bleating cattle, Sutty discovers the remnants of a banned religion, a hidden culture.
As she moves deeper into the countryside and the desolate mountains, she learns more about the Telling-the old faith of the Akans-and more about herself. With her intricate creation of an alien world, Ursula K. Le Guin compels us to reflect on our own recent history. A superb four-part fantasy, comparable with the work of Tolkien and C. Lewis, the "Earthsea" books follow the fortunes of the wizard Ged from his childhood to an age where magic is giving way to evil. As a young dragonlord, Ged, whose use-name is Sparrowhawk, is sent to the island of Roke to learn the true way of magic.
A natural magician, Ged becomes an Archmage and helps the High Priestess Tenar escape from the labyrinth of darkness. But as the years pass, true magic and ancient ways are forced to submit to the powers of evil and death. The greatest fantasies of the 20th century are J. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings and Ursula K. Le Guin's Earthsea Cycle. Regrettably, the Earthsea Cycle has not received the fame and sales of Tolkien's trilogy. Fortunately, new Earthsea books have appeared in the 21st century, and they are as powerful, beautiful, and imaginative as the first four novels.
The sorcerer Alder has the power of mending, but it may have become the power of destruction: If the wall is breached, the dead will invade Earthsea. Now Alder and the king must join with a burned woman, a wizard of forbidden lore, and a being who is woman and dragon both, in an impossible quest to save Earthsea. The Other Wind lives up to expectations for one of the greatest fantasy cycles. LeGuin] Foreword [Ursula K. LeGuin] Dragonfly [Ursula K. LeGuin] A Description of Earthsea.
Le Guin is one of the finest authors ever to write science fiction and fantasy. Her greatest creation may be the powerful, beautifully written, and deeply imagined Earthsea Cycle, which inhabits the rarified air at the pinnacle of modern fantasy with J. If you have never read an Earthsea book, this collection isn't the place to start, as the author points out in her thoughtful foreword; begin with A Wizard of Earthsea.
If you insist on starting with Tales of Earthsea, read the foreword and the appended "Description of Earthsea" before proceeding to the five stories three of which are original to this book. The opening story, "The Finder," occupies a third of the volume and has the strength and insight of a novel. This novella describes the youth of Otter, a powerful but half-trained sorcerer, and reveals how Otter came to an isle that cannot be found, and played a role in the founding of the great Roke School.
In "The Bones of the Earth," an aging wizard and his distant pupil must somehow join forces to oppose an earthquake. And in "Dragonfly," the closing story, a mysterious woman comes to the Roke School to challenge the rule that only men may be mages. D'origine polonaise, Lem est l'un des auteurs des pays de l'Est les plus connus. La presse annonce la tentative de meurtre sur Mathilde qui dormait dans la "Chambre Jaune". Ils y retrouvent M. Lewis] Le Neveu du magicien [C. Lewis] Le Prince Caspian [C. Lewis] Le Fauteuil d'argent [C.
Martin] Le Donjon rouge. Martin] Les Noces pourpres [George R. Martin] Le Chaos [George R. Martin] Un Festin pour les Corbeaux. Helva had been born human, but only her brain had been saved and implanted into the titanium body of an intergalactic scout ship. But first she had to choose a human partner, to soar with her through the daring adventures and exhilarating escapades in space. Tentation [Robert Silverberg] Roma Eterna: A la rencontre du dragon [Nancy Kress] Les Insomniaques: Une histoire dont on attend impatiemment la suite et dans laquelle on se replonge comme dans quelque chose de familier.
Introduction Robert Silverberg Les Ekumens: Tentation David Brin Roma Eterna: L'homme en flammes [George R. Feist] Les Choniques de Krondor: L'homme en flammes Tad Williams Un chant de glace et de feu: Le chevalier errant George R. Martin Les Chroniques de Pern: When the body of a murdered woman is found in the extraordinary, decaying city of Bes el, somewhere at the edge of Europe, it looks like a routine case for Inspector Tyador Borlu of the Extreme Crime Squad.
But as he probes, the evidence begins to point to conspiracies far stranger, and more deadly, than anything he could have imagined. Soon his work puts him and those he cares for in danger. Borlu must travel to the only metropolis on Earth as strange as his own, across a border like no other.
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With shades of Kafka and Philip K. The result is brilliantly original fiction that reveals how disparate people connect, how their fates intertwine, and how their souls drift across time like clouds across the sky. He writes as though at the helm of some perpetual dream machine, can evidently do anything, and his ambition is written in magma across this novel's every page.
I've never read anything quite like it, and I'm grateful to have lived, for a while, in all its many worlds. A new place is being built, a world of huge dimensions, encompassing millions of miles, stronger than any planet before it. There is gravity, and with high walls and its proximity to the sun, a livable new planet that is three million times the area of the Earth can be formed.
We can start again! L'origine de est connue: Mais Orwell n'oublie pas de souligner que les super-puissances adverses sont elles aussi des dictatures La comparaison est assez juste. Si l'intrigue est somme toute classique, la reconstitution historique est fascinante: Le mouvement de panique fait des dizaines de morts et au milieu des cadavres, on retrouve une jeune femme serrant en son poing une perle noire Chacun croit fournir la seule version objective des faits. It is set in Provence at three different critical moments of Western Civilisation - the collapse of the Roman Empire in the fifth century, the Black Death in the fourteenth, and the Second World War in the twentieth - and follows the fortunes of three men.
The story of each man is woven through the narrative, linked by the classical text that gives the book its title, and by each man's love for an extraordinary woman. The narratives intertwine seamlessly, but what joins them thematically is an ancient text - "The Dream of Scipio" - a work of neo-Platonism that poses timeless philosophical questions.
Expertly imagined and perfectly realised, "The Dream of Scipio" is a bonafide novel of ideas, a dazzling feat of storytelling, a fiction for our times. Dense, dark, erudite and yet utterly compelling. Those were the choices Gateway offered. Humans had discovered this artificial spaceport, full of working interstellar ships left behind by the mysterious, vanished Heechee. Their destinations are preprogrammed. They are easy to operate, but impossible to control. Some came back with discoveries which made their intrepid pilots rich; others returned with their remains barely identifiable.
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It was the ultimate game of Russian roulette, but in this resource-starved future there was no shortage of desperate volunteers. Osons ici une confidence: Comme il y a le choc des Chroniques martiennes, il y a le choc du Monde inverti. Voici donc un des romans qui peuvent vous accompagner une vie. Celle qui devient sa reine. Alors oui, comme disait le libraire, un tel livre, si libre, te donne la sensation que tout est possible.
Et il reste amoureux.
Et je vais te dire pourquoi. Bref, relisez London et Stevenson. Attends si en fait, je sais. Tout est pour toi. Une question qui me hante: Difficile de mettre le doigt dessus.
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Il y a le dessin: Et il y a les aventures: Le copain de la fille du tueur , de Vincent Villeminot Nathan, Bon, je suis nulle en critique. Mais sachez que je vous envie. Pour le relire, ce putain de roman. Y a beaucoup de bruit , comme dirait Shakespeare. La voix du Couteau est le premier tome de la trilogie Le Chaos en marche. Une lecture qui ne laisse pas indemne. Je suis ton soleil , de Marie Pavlenko Flammarion, Colorado Train , de Thibault Vermot Sarbacane, Elle fera de belles rencontres.
La petite maison au grand coeur - Anique Poitras - Ninon Pelletier illus. Le journal intime raconte le quotidien parisien de celle qui habita cette maison en Tamara Karsavina, une danseuse de ballets russes. Dans mon appartement, si tu viens - Kochka - Fabienne Cinquin illus. Ils accueillent Man-su et ses amis avec grand bonheur. La cabane du savant fou - Claire Pelosato conc. La hutte de Boubou - Cyril Hahn - Casterman avr coll.
Un livre d'images Six amis ont construit leur maison dans les branches d'un immense baobab. Une cuisine en chocolat, une salle de bains merveilleuse et dans le grenier, la guinguette des souris! L'heure des histoires Mais que fait Ours avec toutes ces branches? Il se construit une maison pour l'hiver. Mais quand l'hiver arrivera, ils pourraient bien changer d'avis!
Difficile de choisir l'endroit: Au secours monsieur popotame! Cinq souris sans logis - Chisato Tashiro - Minedition oct coll. Dans ma maison il y a Les souris turbulentes crapahutent, discutent et chahutent. Maryam, la narratrice, accueille sa cousine de France, Tamara, pour les vacances d'hiver. Pour le lapin, ce serait un terrier tout doux et un poulailler comme il faut pour la poulette Mais cette maison, c'est surtout la chaussette de Grand Loup.
Vient l'ours, qui cherche la montagne. Ils imaginent de creuser dans la terre pour construire leur maison.
Mais elle se sent seule dans sa nouvelle maison. Elle cherche donc quelqu'un avec qui partager sa vie. Elle rencontre Little Chico sale et maigrichon. Christina Butler - Tina MacNaughton illus. La maison des grandes vacances - Kate Banks - Georg Hallensleben illus. Une maison se transforme au fil du temps, comme le coeur des gens. Des mots tout simples, des images tout en finesse pour dire la vie, tout naturellement.
Rougejaunenoireblanche - Brigitte Minne - Carll Cneut illus. Lutin poche Rouge, Jaune, Noire et Blanche ont une cabane dans un arbre. La maison de Loup - Hugues Paris - Nina Blychert - Edition du Rouergue nov Loup veut se construire une maison et en discute avec son ami le castor.
Mais la petite maison de Lulu est si confortable, si parfaite que tout le voisinage veut y habiter. Plus il y a de monde, moins il y a de place pour Lulu et son chat.
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Ils finissent par construire une maison-piscine qui convient aux besoins de chacun. Sur l'amour et la vie de couple. La maison de Marie - Coby Hol - Hatier oct coll. Cocagne Marie est une vieille dame qui vit seule dans sa maison. Heureusement, son petit voisin Hans vient l'aider dans son jardin. La vie a des hauts et des bas - Carlo Padial - Mariona Cabassa illus. Heureux, ils reconstruisent leur maison Une dame lui donne un livre avec pour couverture une maison. Mais cela n'ira pas sans quelques heurts avec la bureaucratie et les pompiers L'un veut lui construire une cabane, l'autre une roulotte.
Les Belles Histoires Poulou habite dans une roulotte verte avec des rideaux bleus. Alors, leurs mamans leur interdisent de jouer ensemble: Moi, ma vraie maison Que fais-tu dans mon lit? Le coin des histoires Potiron le chaton se glisse dans une maison pour trouver un peu de chaleur Mais il trouve six autres chats et un chien au milieu desquels il lui faudra trouver une petite place pour dormir! Ma maison - Delphine Durand - Ed. Le lapin, bon bougre, fini par le laisser entrer. Ni le chien, ni le loup, ni l'ours ne sauront faire sortir l'intrus.
Dans la maison qui rit, tout fleurit. Dans la maison qui pleure, il y a du malheur, des pleurs, de la mauvaise humeur. Au tour de l'ours: La maison du bernard-l'hermite - Eric Carle - Mijade juin Un matin de janvier, le bernard-l'hermite se dit: Je suis devenu trop gros pour cette petite coquille. Une cabane au fond des bois - Anne Liersch - Christa Unzner illus. A quoi bon une maison parfaite si l'on n'y est pas heureux? L'immeuble est vu en coupe pour permettre de visiter chaque appartement.
Ceux-ci s'en emparent pendant qu'il va au petit coin. Vive le sens du partage! Chacun chez soi - Olivier Douzou - Thisou Dartois llus. Les petits cailloux exploitation sur le site - maison prison. Elle commence par faire le tour de la mare: La petite maison qui marchait - Patrick E. Un Grand petit livre d'or. En effet, chaque semaine, elle doit faire le trajet entre les deux maisons avec sa valise. Lili a deux maisons - Christine Renaudin - Julie Stein illus. Pas comme toi et alors! Elle se retrouve alors avec deux maisons.
Alors, parfois, j'habite avec ma maman et, parfois j'habite avec mon papa. J'ai choisi de la peinture jaune pour les murs de ma chambre chez maman et un papier peint avec des fleurs pour ma chambre chez papa. J'ai des jouets chez ma maman et d'autres chez mon papa Maintenant, c'est papa ou maman, chacun son tour.