PDF ❤ The Strongest Man in the World Author Lucie Papineau – Thomashillier.co.uk

The Strongest Man in the World North America, Late Nineteenth Century A Little Boy Is Born Whose Destiny Will Prove Exceptional Travelling Across The Northeast, He Will Show Extraordinary Physical Strength Soon, His Exploits Will Spread Around The North American Continent, Then Europe, Making Him Truly The Strongest Man In The World Ladies And Gentlemen, Boys And Girls, Open This Book And Be Amazed By This Incredible Story Award Winner Lucie Papineau Lives In Quebec, Where She Has Spent The Past Twenty Years Writing For Children.Five Time Recipient Of Lux Award In Quebec Which Honors The Best Professional Achievements In Photography And Illustration , Caroline Hamel Lives In Montreal With Her Family.


About the Author: Lucie Papineau

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Strongest Man in the World book, this is one of the most wanted Lucie Papineau author readers around the world.



10 thoughts on “The Strongest Man in the World

  1. says:

    A picture book biography, translated from French, of the Qu b cois strong man Louis Cyr He was born in poverty in 1863, the oldest of 17 children By the time he was twelve, he was a lumberjack stronger than men twice his age He was famous for a stunt he performed in Boston where he lifted 14 large men sitting on a plank which was resting on his back It comprised a weight of 4,337 pounds, which is a record even today The cartoon illustrations are done in a muted forest y palette of red, yellow, green, brown and black, which channels the Canadian village where Cyr was born, and the bygone age All of the people are drawn in this amusing style stumpy, round and neckless, with the nose off to the side regardless of the perspective It gives the book a homey feel, and reminded me of the Fisher Price Little People toys from the 1950 s Som...


  2. says:

    Long a fan of extremes and records as touted in Ripley s Believe It or Not or the Guinness Book of World Records, naturally, I was intrigued by this one Born near Quebec in 1863 Cyprien Noe later renamed Louis Cyr was strong even during his formative years Eventually, he could lay claim to the title of strongest man in the world The book describes his many feats of heroism and strength and how he landed his first job After moving briefly to the United States and marrying, he returned to Canada and joined a circus I was impressed at his ability to hold four draft horses, all headed in different directions, steady as well as his other stunt of lifting a large board on which stood several men weighing a total of 4,337 pounds Like me, young readers will be curious about the origin of his strength Unlike Samson whose strength st...


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *