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Charlie and his family are on the road again -- this time to spend a year in the South of France. Unhappy at first, not wanting to leave his friends, his school and big-city life, Charlie soon finds himself caught up in the new adventures in their little village of Celeriac. He runs through the streets chased by bulls, survives an autumn flood and a winter blizzard, and discovers the pleasures of French cuisine, including snails, donkey sausage and runny cheese that smells like the boys' locker room. Most of all, Charlie and his little brother, Max, grow fond of their neighbors -- the man who st.
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My Adventures; The big surprise 13; 1. Time Traveling: We lose my brother on the airplane 18; 2. Our Speck-of-Dust Village: A duck thief on the loose! 32; 3. Danger! Bulls!: How to have fun in France 44; 4. The Runaway River: We are almost washed away by a flood 58; 5. Back to School: Reading, writing and ... fighting! 71; 6. The Great Celeriac Blizzard: Christmas time in our village 85; 7. A Trip Inside a Trip: The never-ending journey 99; 8. A Sea of Sheep: Encounters of the wooly kind 116; 9. Our Going-Away Party: A year of good stories 129; EPILOGUE: My checklist 137.
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