The Mayor of
Chateauguay

The Musical Village Chateauguay

In a section of this town on the south shore of the bay, were the quaintest little streets named in a most unusual way.

The first mayor of the place (who knows when, and who knows why) thought composers' names for streets would be a novel thing to try.

So the village was soon built and the charming streets were made; forever linked to music by the names of those who played.

Welcome to 174 Wagner Street

Sela lived on Wagner Street,
One hundred and seventy-four.
The shiny painted numbers
Hung above the Blue's front door.

Illustration of 174 Wagner Street
Illustration of Sela Blue

Sela Blue

Wagner Street was Sela's world, the only place she knew.

Each day was full of magic for our six-year-old Sela Blue.

Illustration of Sela Blue's sisters Susie and Sophie Blue

Susie and Sophie Blue

Sela had two sisters,
And their names? Well can you guess?
Miss Susie and Miss Sophie Blue;
Two names that start with "S"!

Illustration of Mom and Dad

Mom and Dad

Mom and Dad chose Chateauguay,
A place so full of charm.
Their daughters would grow up there,
In the care of loving arms.

Illustration of Lucy Loo

Lucy Loo

Sela had a dolly
And her name was Lucy Loo.
She was never left behind
Like a fourth young Lady Blue.

Illustration of Jolin

Jolin

Best Friend

Illustration of Natalee

Natalee

Best Friend

Illustration of Timmmy

Timmy

Neighbour

Illustration of Mr. Carr

Mr. Carr

Store Owner

Illustration of Neighbour

Mrs. Karela

Neighbour

Illustration of Busy Builder

Mrs. Rockly

Jolin's mom

Illustration of Lise

Lise

School Bus Driver

Illustration of Fifi

Fifi

Neighbour's Pet

Order Sela Blue

Sela Blue and
the First Day of School


Print length:
67 pages
Format:
Hardcover
Publisher:
Huckleberry
Language:
English
Size:
8.6" x 0.5" x 11.1"
ISBN:
978-1-942537-01-4

$26.95 CDN $19.95 USD £16.99 €18.95