Pepere Played the Fiddle

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In English with Michif words sprinkled throughout, Pepere Played the Fiddle is a celebration of Métis life and culture.

 

“We worked hard by daylight/’Til all the chores were done/Then everyone would gather/To have a lot of fun./Pepere played the fiddle/Memere danced the jig./Mon nook kept the rhythm/With spoons that weren’t too big.” Youngest readers and listeners are invited to this 1940s-era house party (which could take place today) of fiddling, spoon-playing, feet-tapping and dancing. In English with Michif words sprinkled throughout, Pepere Played the Fiddle is a celebration of Métis life and culture.

 

 

Author: Linda Ducharme (Métis)

Illustrations: Color illustrations by Linda Ducharme (Métis)

Binding Availability: Paperback

Published: 2006

Tribes/Ethnic Groups: Métis