Mr Leon's Paris
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Original French cover
|Original title||Le Paris de Léon|
|Publisher||Phoenix Yard Books|
Mr Leon's Paris (original title Le Paris de Léon) is a children's book telling the story of a taxi driver's travels around the city of Paris. It is written and illustrated by Stéphane-Yves Barroux.
The driver's travels take in the Eiffel Tower and Sacré-Cœur. The story is well illustrated in pencil by Barroux, although his "blocky, abstract comics" have been considered to not do justice to famous landmarks.
The book was originally published in France in 2011 and was skilfully translated by Sarah Ardizzone. The translation is credited as giving a "British feel with American flair" although there is difficulty with some of the original word play.
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- "Barroux (jeunesse)". Lire en Pays Autunois website. Retrieved 27 May 2014.
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- Terri Schlichenmeyer (15 July 2013). "Mr Leon's Paris takes kids on an international trip". Las Vegas Review-Journal. Retrieved 27 May 2014.
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