Marilou’s Long Nose

by Raymond Plante

illustrated by Marie-Claude Favreau

translated by Sarah Cummins

Marilou cannot stop telling stories and white lies.
Marilou can't stop telling stories and white lies. She finds they just pop out without thinking. Now her friends have challenged each other - the first person to tell a lie has to wear a false nose. Poor Marilou. She doesn't want to tell her dad why she looks like Pinocchio, but worst of all she doesn't want Freddy Busker to ask her about the nose.

About the Authors

Raymond Plante

RAYMOND PLANTE has written more than 20 books for children and young adults. Among his many distinctions is the Mr Christie Children's Book Award which he received in 1995.

Marie-Claude Favreau

MARIE-CLAUDE FAVREAU contributes to childrens magazines and illustrates books while she raises her own two children.'

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