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Description de l’éditeur
For ages 8-12 years. The adventures of Magali: a French marmot who sneaks out at night to do mountain sports!
When Magali has to do something she knows her parents wouldn't approve of, she asks her best friend for help!
F-F-Foxy's uncle needs as much help as possible getting the bobsleigh track ready for the Grand Reopening. Magali agrees to sneak out each night to help.
The first job is to bring the new sleds down the mountain, but when they race down, there's a whopper mash-up. Big problem!
And, not the only problem. The badgers keep disrespecting the bobsleigh track rules.
Aaaah! Time is running out for the Grand Reopening!
Dude, will Magali and her friends get it all ready in time to surprise Uncle's J's sweetheart on the big night?
A middle grade book series about learning independance, gaining confidence, trusting instincts, and making new friends! The adventures are set in France, in La Plagne, Savoie, in the French Alps.
The books have British spelling.
For ages 8-12 yrs.
Follow Magali, her new best friend Mishka, and the rest of the dudes: Henri Le Hare, F-F-Foxy, Little Foxy, Puppy Bébé, and Chamois Luc on their crazy sporty challenges!
Each book can be read as an individual book or as part of the Dude Series (recommended).
The series is available in:
+ English version (French Marmot Dude Series by Muddy Frank)
+ French version (the series is called Magali Marmotte Série by Muddy Frank)
+ Bilingual version (English / français) with English on one side of the page, French on the other (series: Magali Marmotte Série by Muddy Frank).
Question for the Author
How did you come up with the character of Magali?
'You know, I really love the French Alps, and looking at all the animals that live in the mountains. I'm Australian, so I had never seen a marmot before moving to France. I worked one summer, for a kids summer camp, and part of my job was to take the children out on walks. We would go looking for marmots, all of us being very quiet, secretly sneaking up to the holes in the ground, where the entrances to the marmot burrows were. Of course, we would make too much noise and the marmots would disappear into their underground tunnels, but sometimes we were lucky and able to take photos. I think their underground homes took over my imagination, and before you knew it, I had a whole chapter book in my head, with Magali as the principal character!'