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Oxing to support himself and his pet finch Genevieve But You A boxer the fighters asked I could sneeze and knock you down Still Lalouche refused to The Mighty ePUB #232 give up And perhaps small Lalouche was. The fun in this one was the clear sense of period coming through in the illustrations The historical approach gives it just the odd slice of reality I hope for Many times it may be interesting for history to insert a fictional character into a well drawn period than to focus on people So much of history is not about a certain individual which is what I learned from Howard Zinn and it seems like almost all the children's history focuses on a great individual or a singular event So I think this should be an informational book and contend for the Sibert even it's going to get shelved in fiction One of my favorite things about these illustrations was the 'diorama' feel Sophie Blackall got by cutting out the figures pasting them on far enough away to create outlines and shadows and then photographing them Brilliant and unusual techniue for an in the book experience

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The Mighty LaloucheJust nimble just fast and just strong enough to beat his fierce competitors This is a marvelous story full of humor and heart and illustrated by Sophie Blackall winner of a New York Times Best Illustrated Awa. Nerdlution day 1 I am a big fan of Sophie Blackall's illuatrations I like her animal drawings best These have a 3D like uality with some shading they seem to jump off page Her techniue is explained in the back drawings cut out layered then photographed The illustrations present a whimsical view of Paris and the sport of boxing from 100 years ago An author's note explains the history behind the book I wish Lalouche had been a real person I also wish the final illustration showed the nook for his beloved Genevieve

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Free download ì The Mighty Lalouche 102 â ❮Download❯ ➿ The Mighty Lalouche ➺ Author Matthew Olshan – Danpashley.co.uk    In Paris France there lived a humble postman named Lalouche He was small but his hands were nimble his legs were fast and his arms were strong When his job was replaced by an electric c   In Paris France there lived a humble postman named Lalouche He was small but his hands were nimble his legs were fast and his arms were strong When his job was replaced by an electric car he turned to b. When the humble Parisian postman Lalouche who loves nothing so much as delivering mail and caring for his pet finch Geneviève is fired from his job he answers an advertisement asking for sparring partners at the local boxing hall Although slim and short Lalouche is fast and strong and has a surprising undefeated run as a boxer until called back to the post officeAn entertaining little tale written expressly by adult author Matthew Olshan for children's illustrator Sophie Blackall because Blackall apparently collects antiue pictures of boxers this information is provided on the rear dust jacket flap The Might Lalouche features lots of interesting period details and humorous watercolor artwork that captures Lalouche's improbable experiences as a boxer Children will enjoy this tale of an underdog who triumphs while they might also learn a little from author's afterword which provides information about La boxe française a sport very much like modern day kickboxing Recommended particularly to young children who like professional wrestling with its performative element