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Madeline

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Madeline

In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines, lived 12 little girls in two straight lines. They left the house, at half past nine...the smallest one was Madeline.

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Madeline

Books in this series

by Ludwig Bemelmans - Children's, Children's 3-6, Fiction

Nothing frightens Madeline --- not tigers, not mice, not even getting sick. To Madeline, a trip to the hospital is a grand adventure.

by Ludwig Bemelmans - Children's, Children's 3-6, Fiction

The lively adventures of the 12 famous little girls and Genevieve, the dog, take us once more to Bemelmans' unique and delightful Paris.

by Ludwig Bemelmans - Children's, Children's 3-6, Fiction

The Spanish Ambassador has moved next door, and Madeline knows right away that his son, Pepito, is bad news. He's mean to animals! Then one day Pepito goes too far --- will a run-in with an angry cat be enough to reform this bad hat?

by Ludwig Bemelmans - Children's, Children's 3-6, Fiction

Madeline and Pepito have run off to join the carnival with a band of traveling gypsies! At first they're having the time of their lives, but then they get homesick. Leave it to clever Miss Clavel to find Madeline and Pepito and bring them home.

by Ludwig Bemelmans - Children's, Children's 3-6, Fiction

Pepito has moved to England. To help celebrate his birthday, Miss Clavel and the girls pay him a visit. When his mother won't let Pepito keep one of his birthday presents --- a horse --- Madeline is more than willing to help out.

by Ludwig Bemelmans - Children's, Children's 3-6, Fiction

It's the night before Christmas and everyone is sick in bed. All except brave Madeline, who is up and about and feeling just fine. Taking care of eleven little girls and Miss Clavel is hard work, but Madeline finds help from a magical merchant peddling flying carpets door-to-door. Now the girls are going on a Christmas journey that will surely make them forget their sniffles and sneezes.

by John Bemelmans Marciano - Children's, Fiction

The Paris skies are gray, so Miss Clavel and the 12 little girls are leaving for brighter weather --- spring in Rome. Rome has wonderful sights to see and delicious things to eat, but Madeline also finds an unexpected adventure, involving a thief, a chase and many, many cats.

by John Bemelmans Marciano - Children's, Children's 3-6, Fiction

Readers will see Washington, D.C., as never before when Madeline takes a midnight sightseeing tour on a magic carpet of cherry blossoms. Invited to the White House by Candle, the president’s lonely only daughter, for the annual Easter Egg hunt and roll, Madeline and the other little girls have a rollicking good time, and introduce Candle to the joys of occasionally breaking the rules.

by John Bemelmans Marciano - Children's, Children's 3-6, Fiction

Madeline and her favorite companion in mischief, Pepito, embark on their wildest adventure yet. When ghostly moans lead them to the attic of the old house in Paris, they discover Felix de La Morte, who has lingered there for hundreds of years, waiting for the return of a certain comet. With the comet due to return the very next day, the poor fellow’s telescope has been stolen by mean Lord Cucuface, and it is up to Madeline and Pepito to get it back.

by John Bemelmans Marciano - Children's, Children's 3-6, Fiction

Madeline loves adventure and is not afraid of mice. She loves winter, snow, and ice. And she also knows the secret of being polite is simply to be kind to others. With help from her friends --- Miss Clavel, the girls and even Pepito --- Madeline introduces basic ideas such as please and thank you, sharing, cleaning up and so much more. With its charming illustrations and humorous verse, this new book is a must-have for Madeline fans of all ages.