Synopses & Reviews
Drawn from the popular animated television series, the Clubhouse books follow Caillou as he continues to explore the world around him and gain a better understanding of his environment.
One morning, Caillou wakes up covered in red spots. He has the chicken pox! Caillou does not like being sick, especially when he feels so itchy and he cannot play outside. His mother is there to help him feel better with some medicine, baths, and red sticker dots for his dinosaur.
Caillou has chicken pox. He is covered in red spots and cannot play outside with Rosie. He does not like being sick, especially when he feels so itchy! This story is about the limitations imposed by illness, which is an ordeal that leads toward maturity.
About the Author
Roger Harvey has adapted many texts from the Caillou
television series, such as Caillou Goes to Work
and Caillou Rides on a Plane
Eric Sévigny is a graphic artist and the illustrator of numerous Caillou titles, such as Caillou: Every Drop Counts, Caillou: Happy Holidays, and Caillou Puts Away His Toys.
They both live in Montreal, Quebec.